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Fire destroys livestock auction house

November 5, 2015 SHERMAN — A livestock auction house in Sherman was destroyed Oct. 29 after an early morning fire ripped through its structure in 20 minutes. more »»

Fun’s in their vocabulary

November 5, 2015 SHERMAN — “The zombies were having fun, the party had just begun. more »»

Locals help develop, write Pittsburgh stage show

November 5, 2015 Some local residents are currently helping produce a new show in the Pittsburgh area. “Kitty” will be a stage reading presentation on Monday, Nov. more »»

CL’s Jantzi wins Teacher of the Year award

October 29, 2015 Mary Jantzi, a biology teacher at Chautauqua Lake Central School, was presented the Teacher of the Year award during the annual College Connections professional development day at Jamestown Communit... more »»

Former Rae Foods site could have new owner soon

October 29, 2015 By A.J. Rao editorial@westfieldrepublican.com The 15,000-square-foot facility in Westfield that once housed Rae Foods Inc. more »»

Sea Lion headed for historical park

October 29, 2015 A renowned ship sitting idle for years is en route to a new destination and a brighter future. Work to transport the Sea Lion from Barcelona Harbor began Oc. more »»

Westfield senior day care program giving back

October 29, 2015 Care is a not for profit United Way Community Partner. more »»

Patterson Library volunteers get award

October 22, 2015 Patterson Library is pleased to announce that our volunteer group ‘The Hands’ has received the Above and Beyond award from the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System (CCLS) in recognition of their... more »»

Nine-year-old ‘Dude’ describes papal Mass experience in New York

October 22, 2015 ditor’s note: Last week Natalie Hoebener wrote about winning tickets to the Mass celebrated by Pope Francis at Madison Square Garden in New York City. more »»

Colorful parade stares down cancer

October 22, 2015 There’s nothing like balloons, beads and kids of all ages in brightly colored costumes to raise awareness for an important cause. more »»

Sherman to hold public meeting on dissolution

October 15, 2015 SHERMAN — The question about consolidation is still a hot topic in Sherman as village officials plan to seek input from residents in a special informational meeting. more »»

Student directs church’s choir

October 15, 2015 A Voice Performance major at SUNY Fredonia, David Waterland has gone from singing in Westfield First Presbyterian choir last year to leading the choir this year — and he’s loving it! Now a junior,... more »»

Rotarians welcome Scholars of Month and their parents

October 15, 2015 It was a pleasant day near the end of September when the Westfield/Mayville Rotarians welcomed their favorite teenage guests, the Scholars of the Month, one from each of four schools. more »»

A miracle trip

October 15, 2015 Editor’s note: Westfield residents Natalie Hoebener and her son Karl, affectionately known as Dude, attended the Papal Mass in New York City. more »»

Westfield Senior Day Program remembers 9/11

October 8, 2015 On Sept. 11, Westfield Senior Day Program remembered the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Much like the rest of the nation, participants watched the news coverage about 9/11. more »»

Grape juice surplus hurting prices

October 8, 2015 NORTH EAST, Pa. — The Concord grape harvest is under way, but North East Township farmer Chester Sceiford isn’t expecting big thing. more »»

Grape Discovery Center offers regional beverages

October 8, 2015 An Evening of Harvest Wines and Craft Beers was the first in a series of special events at the Grape Discovery Center presenting Lake Erie regional wine and craft beverages in a seasonal context. more »»

Hollywood comes to Mayville

October 8, 2015 Actors took to the skies over Mayville on Thursday, Sept. 10 to shoot the finale of an upcoming spy movie called “The Secret Garde. more »»

Ex-Mayville resident attends Mass led by Pope Francis in NYC

October 1, 2015 By Katrina Fuller editorial@westfieldrepublican.com Madison Square Garden has been many things to many people, but for a few hours on Friday night, it was a sanctuary. more »»

Dinner to assist people impacted by flash floodi

October 1, 2015 As most locals probably already know, the Westfield/Brocton area and beyond was severely impacted by flash flooding in July. more »»

 
 
 

 

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