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Ripley Fall Fest benefits Bicentennial Committee

October 1, 2015 By David Prenatt RIPLEY —?“Berry pickin’ woman, Root diggin’ man, They’ve hunted wild food since time began. more »»

Mayville Library’s community room opens

October 1, 2015 The Mayville Library held a grand opening for a new community room Friday. The addition to the library was completed in mid-July after construction started last winter. more »»

Mysterious items getting sorted out at Yorker Museum

September 24, 2015 SHERMAN — The Sherman Historical Society has been meeting regularly in an effort to sort through long stored donated items to the Yorker Museum. more »»

A tribute to ‘an exceptional gentleman’

September 24, 2015 Marmaduke is surely lying at the foot of Brad’s empty chair. His mournful sigh and somber eyes mirror his heavy heart because he knows his creator is gone. more »»

Efforts to honor ‘Marmaduke’ creator Anderson continue

September 24, 2015 BROCTON - The Brad Anderson Recognition Committee has been actively pursuing an appropriate honor to recognize the creator of the famed Marmaduke cartoon strip, even in light of Anderson’s recent... more »»

Resident tows Chautauqua Belle off sand bar

September 24, 2015 Sept. 12 didn’t turn out at all like I’d planned. more »»

Mayville Village Green fountain reconstructed

September 17, 2015 After undergoing a monthslong reconstruction, the fountain in the village green in Mayville has been completed. more »»

The Grape Discovery Center plans special event

September 17, 2015 The Grape Discovery Center announces a special evening of Harvest Wines and Craft Beers on Oct. 3 from 6 to10 p.. more »»

‘Gold Rush’ coming to Westfield

September 17, 2015 A favorite of many, the Westfield/Mayville Rotary Gold Rush is being planned for Saturday, Nov. 7, and will be held in Westfield’s Eason Hall, Rotary President Adele Harrington has announced. more »»

Sons of the American Legion Squadron 434 refurbish Brocton benches

September 17, 2015 BROCTON — Folks in the Village of Brocton can now stop and sit a spell in beautiful splendor, thanks to members of the Sons of the American Legion Squadron 434. more »»

Westfield Fire Department honors chaplain

September 10, 2015 The Fire Department of Westfield responded to 53 calls for service during the month of August 2015. more »»

Peanut butter, travel and college

September 10, 2015 Peanut butter can destroy malnutrition for African children; a year in Spain charms a high school graduate; and first-year college introduction to a sorority hooks a freshma. more »»

Ripley students embark on an ‘expedition’ for new school year

September 10, 2015 RIPLEY — Students at Ripley Central School didn’t just go back to school on Sept. 1. They embarked on an expeditio. more »»

Sherman to seek independent contractor to study options for dissolution

September 10, 2015 SHERMAN — Sherman Village Board of Trustee members debated whether or not to accept a bid to conduct a study to determine the feasibility of a merger between the village and town. more »»

Bringing it back

September 3, 2015 For many years a number of individuals in the Westfield area have wanted to restore the fountain to Moore Park and now it’s finally happening! A fountain in front of the McClurg Mansion, which sits... more »»

Mayville native raising funds for food pantry in memory of father

September 3, 2015 Some of Anne Saxton Smith’s fondest childhood memories are of watching her father, Dr. Harold Saxton, working in the vegetable garden behind her childhood home. more »»

Pharmacy participates in flu shot clinic

September 3, 2015 On Tuesday, Aug. 25, pharmacists Paige and Greg Nelson from the Westfield Community Pharmacy in Westfield held a successful flu shot clinic at the local YWCA. more »»

Johnson Estate Winery seeks grape pickers

September 3, 2015 It has been several decades since the “Grape Pickers WANTED” sign was seen in front of Johnson Estate Winery. more »»

Eagle University touches down following strong summer

September 3, 2015 RIPLEY — The eagle is flying higher than ever at Ripley. Ripley Central School’s summer program, Eagle University, expanded in several ways this summer. Session 4 concluded on Friday, Aug. more »»

A D'Vine Experience

August 27, 2015 The D’Vine Experience will have something for the whole family to enjoy. The event organized by the United Way of Northern Chautauqua County and Enactus will be held Sept. more »»



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