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Filling the pulpit

November 16, 2016 Having come to Westfield to fill the position of temporary minister for the First Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Catherine Rieley-Goddard says she is excited to be with the congregation. more »»

Westfield-Mayville Rotary Club honors its Scholars of the Month

November 2, 2016 At the October 18 meeting of the Rotary Club of Westfield-Mayville, three outstanding high school senior students were recognized for their many accomplishments. more »»

Fire alarm upgrades needed at Ripley Central School

November 2, 2016 By David Prenatt editorial@westfieldrepublican. more »»

Ripley teachers become the students on expedition

November 2, 2016 RIPLEY — Forty members of Ripley Central School’s faculty and staff put on their “student hats” on Oct. 20 and 21 in order to experience a slice of an expedition in EL Education. more »»

Sherman students perform original musical

November 2, 2016 SHERMAN — It ain’t Shakespeare… well, actually it kind of is. And just like many of the Bard’s plays, the characters are drawn from real life. On Oct. more »»

Tough decisions

November 2, 2016 The large percentage of students who are opting out of state assessments is making it difficult for teachers to acquire sufficient data, Westfield Academy and Central School board members learned at... more »»

Happy 90th birthday Edward L. Sunday

November 2, 2016 Edward L. Sunday was born on November 5, 1926, and has lived in Brocton, NY his whole life. more »»

WACS to aid students struggling to eat outside school

October 19, 2016 Westfield Academy and Central School District will be in a better position to help students who struggle to obtain adequate food on weekends and school vacations, board of education members learned... more »»

Ripley afterschool Garden Club seeing fruits of its labor

October 19, 2016 RIPLEY — Many parents struggle to get their children to eat vegetables, but the members of the Ripley Elementary Garden Club had no objection to enthusiastically sampling the produce they had grown... more »»

Sherman looking into Neighborhood Watch program

October 19, 2016 SHERMAN—Residents of the town and village of Sherman learned about what is involved in starting a Neighborhood Watch Program at a presentation given by Chautauqua County Undersheriff Charles Holder... more »»

Emergeny upgrades

October 19, 2016 Following the recent announcement of the upcoming renovation of the Emergency Department at Westfield Memorial Hospital, the WMH Foundation has begun a $500,000 RED (Renovate our Emergency... more »»

Westfield Police hailed by church community

October 12, 2016 The Westfield Ministerial Association, representing seven local churches in Westfield, provided dinner for officers of the Westfield Police Department at Eason Hall in appreciation of their service. more »»

Late Army Sergeant honored by Senator Young

October 12, 2016 RIPLEY — U.S. Army Sergeant Phillip Freligh was killed in Kuwait on March 12, 2001, yet his heroism has been mostly unacknowledged and uncelebrated - until now. more »»

Saying goodbye

October 12, 2016 Submitted photo Westfield residents Harry Barton (left) and his spouse Connie Barton (center) were honored by Rotary Club of Westfield-Mayville President Mike Harrington (right) at the club’s Octobe... more »»

Village’s fate to be determined by referendum

October 12, 2016 SHERMAN — The future of the village of Sherman will now be decided at a public referendum in December. However, Mayor John Patterson made it clear that he is adamantly opposed to dissolution. more »»

Ward publishes book on Chautauqua Lake’s ice industry

October 5, 2016 BEMUS POINT — Despite its agrarian economy, one of Chautauqua County’s most booming industries at the turn of the 20th century was harvested from the frozen waters of Chautauqua Lake in the winter... more »»

Chautauqua Lake to participate in an International microplastics citizen science study

October 5, 2016 Plastics in the environment are typically broken down into ever-smaller pieces, rather than into their component molecules, by exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light through a process known as... more »»

Sheman Central sees benefits of tuition policy

October 5, 2016 SHERMAN — Enrollment has taken a big jump at Sherman Central School, largely due to a change in the tuition policy, board of education members learned at their regular meeting on September 19. more »»

Rotary’s best

October 5, 2016 Leadership, volunteer service and academic achievement are some of the common aspects that three local high school senior students shar. more »»



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