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‘Evidence + Advocacy’

November 28, 2015 James Colby’s post-retirement life has been rewarding thus far. more »»

Genealogy Mystery

November 27, 2015 Recently a nicely laid out, hand-written, six- and seven-generation family tree arrived at the Research Center of the Fenton History Center. It includes many names and dates, but no places. more »»

Fighting Off The Pounds

November 27, 2015 As the sun begins to set in the west, a shadow is cast upon a building located at 101 E. Fourth. St. more »»

Take Caution When Shoveling Snow

November 27, 2015 Snow shoveling is a repetitive activity that can cause muscle strain to the lower back and shoulders. more »»

Wonders Of Wales

November 25, 2015 I am Welsh on my father’s side, so anything connected with Wales has instant appeal: Pembroke Welsh corgis, Cardigan Welsh corgis, the Welsh language, Welsh cakes, bara brith (speckled bread),... more »»

Volunteers Needed For Randolph Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign

November 25, 2015 RANDOLPH — With the holiday season approaching, it’s time for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign. Beginning the first week of December until Dec. more »»

I Am Not The Only Hunter Out Here

November 24, 2015 “I think one of the turkeys got out,” said my wife. She referred to the two live “heritage” turkeys kept in with our chickens pending ... umm ... How to put this delicately? ... Thanksgiving. more »»

Christmas Season

November 24, 2015 WESTFIELD — Santa Claus traded his reindeer for a fire truck on Friday night as he kicked off the Christmas season in Westfield with the tree lighting in Moore Park. more »»

Heritage Park Resident Celebrates Five Generations

November 24, 2015 Arlene Freeman, a resident at Heritage Park Rehabilitation Facility, recently posed with family, representing five generations. Family traveled far and wide for the generations to gather. more »»

Giving Honor

November 22, 2015 RANDOLPH — Randolph Central School recently inducted four new members into its “Wall of Fame” during the National Honor Society’s induction ceremon. more »»

Lending A Hand

November 21, 2015 While the first prize of the 2014 fundraiser Pieces of Eight is being planned, the Board of Directors of WCA Foundation have launched Pieces of Eight No. . more »»

Portrait In Bubble Glass

November 20, 2015 A recent donation to the Fenton History Center sparked a bit of research. The item is a portrait of Arthur R. Anderson, who resided at 138 Prospect St. in Jamestown. more »»

Chemistry Of Bread

November 20, 2015 Mathematics and science belong not only in a classroom but in the kitchen as well, as some students recently learned. more »»

A Lesson In Survival

November 18, 2015 Several teachers from the Jamestown area received a lesson in survival at the Robert H. Jackson Center Tuesday. The Robert H. more »»

RHJ Elementary Drama Club Performs For Frewsburg Rest Home Residents

November 18, 2015 FREWSBURG — In preparation for their upcoming fall musical, members of the Robert H. more »»

A Longstanding Tradition

November 15, 2015 After six decades and numerous venue changes, the What’s New Fair is continuing its longstanding tradition of assisting young women in continuing their path through higher education. more »»

Give It Your Best Shot

November 15, 2015 Ann Iuculano was driving north recently on Route 60 toward Dunkirk when she came across “the biggest, most amazing rainbow” she had ever seen. more »»

Protect Lands Upstream For Healthy Lakes

November 15, 2015 What do outbreaks of Eurasian watermilfoil, the most problematic invasive plant in our lakes, excessive lake sedimentation at creek mouths and flooding all have in common? These problems are all... more »»

Annual Endeavor

November 14, 2015 The venue has changed, but the premise of Court Appointed Special Advocates of Chautauqua County’s annual Holiday on the Hill shopping boutique remains the same. more »»

Youth Symphony Holiday Chamber Concert Set For Nov. 22

November 14, 2015 The Chautauqua Regional Youth Symphony is opening its 2015-16 season with the Holiday Chamber Concert on Sunday, Nov. 22. The string players of the Youth Symphony will perform at 7 p.m. in the Ss. more »»



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