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Village takes step toward dissolution in Sherman

January 14, 2016 SHERMAN — After considerable debate, the Village Board chose Center for Governmental Research of Rochester to conduct the first phase of study exploring the possibility of dissolving the municipalit... more »»

Clerk questions surface in Westfield

January 14, 2016 WESTFIELD — The town of Westfield has been employing two town clerks through the first week of January. more »»

Holiday flower tradition still blooms

January 14, 2016 As part of a tradition spanning many years the Past Chief’s Association of the Fire Department of Westfield conducted its annual delivery of Christmas poinsettia’s to the widows of deceased... more »»

With end of historic Portage Inn, hopes rise for new beginning

January 14, 2016 Opened in April 1908, the Portage Inn was taken down 108 years later. more »»

Patterson Library operations to be affected by project

January 9, 2016 Patterson Library is set to have its floors sanded and refinished during a two-week period, starting Jan. 25. more »»

Westfield/Mayville Rotary honors four more Scholars of the Month

January 9, 2016 During school year, the Westfield/Mayville Rotary Club has the privilege of hosting Scholars of the Month from four schools. more »»

Westfield’s Cockram participates in state music association choir

January 9, 2016 Westfield Academy student Alaina Cockram, a junior, was chosen to participate in the The New York State School Music Association Mixed Choir performance on Dec. more »»

Portland man builds own nativity scene

December 31, 2015 PORTLAND — There are still people out there who would rather do it the old fashioned way rather than make a trip to their local big-box store. Portland’s Mike Maurer is one of those people. more »»

Unique Christmas Eve service held in Ripley

December 31, 2015 RIPLEY — The horses, goats, sheep, llamas, cats and dogs of the Double D.A.B. Riding Stable in Ripley made room in their barn on Christmas Eve for a group of special visitors. more »»

Brocton sophomore wins American Legion Oratorical Contest

December 31, 2015 David Skinner, sophomore at Brocton High School, has won the Chautauqua County American Legion Oratorical Contest held on Sunday, Dec. 13 at the Herman Kent Post 777 in Celoron. more »»

Mission of a lifetime

December 31, 2015 A Westfield youth set out Dec. 28 on what promises to be the journey of a lifetime. more »»

Puppy love

December 24, 2015 After a near-death experience and weeks of anguish, a little girl’s grateful new puppy is back home. Falling in love When Kate Stockton of Erie, Pa. more »»

Ripley’s flamingos ready for Christmas

December 24, 2015 RIPLEY — Jolly Old St. Nick made a stop at the Bob and Robyn Albright household in Ripley, where a flock of flamingos are ready for Santa. more »»

County Farm Bureau gets Gold Key; Dewittville’s Kimball named to board

December 24, 2015 ALBANY — The Chautauqua County Farm Bureau was presented with a Gold Key award at the New York Farm Bureau State Annual Meeting, held Dec. 8-10 in Albany. more »»

Artist revealed as St. Peter’s gets last Advent painting

December 24, 2015 All she needed was a little inspiration and a deadline. Both turned out to be divine. Artist Lori Bogdan, of Kenmore, N.Y. more »»

After injury in fall, hunter seeks community’s help

December 17, 2015 CLYMER — When 23-year-old Chris Parks set out to put up his tree stand for the coming hunting season he had no way of knowing it would change his life. more »»

State awards county more than $7.7M

December 17, 2015 Chautauqua County will receive more than $7.7 million from the state for 27 projects. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the funding of $750 million to the 10 state Regional Economic Development Councils. more »»

Christmas spirit, without the snow

December 17, 2015 Many people have had trouble getting into the Christmas spirit because of the warm weather. more »»



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