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Camp Merz hosts Scouts from England

August 9, 2017 It’s been some time since Camp Merz has been involved in foreign affairs, but Mayville’s Boy Scouts of America campgrounds are once again playing host to some visitors from across the pond. more »»

 
 
 
Cooler temperatures, rain doesn’t stop annual festival

August 9, 2017 SHERMAN — Neither rain nor wind nor cold could keep Sherman Days 2017 from being a success and a well-attended community event. Sherman Days kicked off Friday, Aug. more »»

Trustees hear about boundaries, Dollar General

August 9, 2017 SHERMAN — Sherman Village Board of Trustees learned at their regular meeting Wednesday, Aug 2, that the village boundaries are slightly incorrect. more »»

Saluting the volunteers

August 9, 2017 Almost a year and a half later, Dewittville firefighters Burl Swanson and Furlough Francis were recognized for their brave efforts last March. March 8, 2016, was cold. more »»

From heavy metal to hardwood

August 9, 2017 SHERMAN — When Walt Covert is outside, building new stock or checking on his display inventory, large trucks often pass by his house at 209 Park St. more »»

24-year-old leads Ripley Machine & Tool Co.

July 9, 2017 RIPLEY — “A lot of the stuff we do, we don’t even know where it’s going,” said Andy Reinwald, the owner of Ripley Machine & Tool, sitting in his office last month. more »»

Busy times during Shearing Day at Alpacaville

July 9, 2017 BEMUS POINT — It was a cool and somewhat drizzly day recently when Dan and Shauna Anderson and a small group of friends gathered at their small farm on Mahanna Road in Bemus Point for Shearing Day. more »»

School dedicates outdoor classroom

July 9, 2017 SHERMAN — Sherman Central School board of education members, PTO, staff, and several teachers gathered on the front lawn June 19 to officially dedicate the district’s outdoor classroom. more »»

Sherman gets update on Breakfast in the Classroom, remembers late board member

July 9, 2017 SHERMAN — Sherman Central School District principal Bryna Booth gave board of education members an update on the “Breakfast in the Classroom” program at their regular meeting on June 19, “Breakfast... more »»

Sherman’s Stone Milk House to be relocated

July 9, 2017 Editor’s note: Connie Dean is helping relocate the stone milk house 1.9 miles. Below is her story of the milk house and also the plans for it to be move. more »»

Brocton kindergartners hold a circus celebration

June 25, 2017 BROCTON — At Brocton Elementary, the circus came to town — Mrs. Bates’ Kindergarten Circus, that is! The students in Mrs. more »»

Chautauqua Lake principal gives annual report to school board

June 25, 2017 Chautauqua Lake High School Principal Josh Liddell began his end of the year report during June’s school board meeting, showing off a student-constructed Thunderbird mascot made from upcycled... more »»

Backpack food program going well in Ripley

June 25, 2017 RIPLEY — The Ripley School Board of Education learned it was another successful year, providing food for students and their families in need. more »»

Super heroes take over WACS

June 25, 2017 Westfield Academy and Central School’s PBIS Team (Positive Behavioral Interventions Support) hosted a PAWSITIVELY Powerful Super Hero themed elementary incentive day recently. more »»

Ripley Laundromat serves residents, tourists

June 20, 2017 RIPLEY — The westernmost self-service laundry on U.S. Route 20 before the Pennsylvania line is in a little building with a brick face and a strange sign. more »»

Re-enacting the Civil War in Westfield

June 15, 2017 History came to life in Westfield last weekend! The 9th New York Cavalry encampment was constructed in Moore Park. The “Standing Ground: a Civil War Living History Event” featured many events. more »»

Westfield may combine softball team with Brocton

June 15, 2017 Westfield may be combining its softball team with Brocto. more »»

Ripley Laundromat serves residents, tourists

June 15, 2017 RIPLEY — The westernmost self-service laundry on U.S. Route 20 before the Pennsylvania line is in a little building with a brick face and a strange sign. more »»

Citing health issues, Sherman mayor resigns

June 15, 2017 SHERMAN — After 10 years of service, Sherman Village Mayor John Patterson has decided to retire. more »»

How two from South Carolina ended up running The Parkview

June 8, 2017 The November 2012 relocation of David D’Amico and Edward Tkach from Charleston, S.C., to Westfield was not the result of careful socioeconomic analysis. more »»

 
 
 

 

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