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‘Silent Witnesses’ Signify National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October 24, 2015 Elizabeth Bracey, program manager of Project Crossroads, and John Rader, domestic violence officer, recently set up “Silent Witnesses” at Prendergast Librar. more »»

An Unanswered Prophecy

October 23, 2015 When performing research or arranging an archival collection, it is always “fun” to find a letter or document about a prophecy made by someone or a group. more »»

Make A Difference

October 23, 2015 Armed with blue trash bags, plastic gloves and a desire to give back, students can make quite an impact in the community. more »»

Tombstone From Wyoming County Found In Lake View Cemetery

October 23, 2015 The Fenton History Center’s recent Saints and Sinners tours at Lake View Cemetery in Jamestown had a little added attraction this year — a mystery tombstone which was on display outside the cemetery... more »»

Jamestown High School Names Homecoming Royalty

October 21, 2015 Aaron Watson, left, and Sydney Deppas, 2015 Jamestown High School Homecoming king and queen, are pictured. more »»

Fun 4 All

October 21, 2015 After five years of hard work and dedication, Ring Elementary School recently celebrated their new primary playground for their youngest students with a dedication, poem ceremony and first recess. more »»

Red House Renovation

October 17, 2015 RED HOUSE — The popular McIntosh Trail cabin loop at Allegany State Park has three thoroughly renovated cabins that are now available for rent, according to a recent announcement by the New York... more »»

Nielsen Says 15.8 Million Watched Democratic Debate

October 17, 2015 NEW YORK — They aren’t quite Trump numbers, but the 15.8 million people who watched the Democratic presidential debate on CNN was still the biggest TV audience ever for a Democratic debate. more »»

Soxey’s Army — The Real Story

October 16, 2015 Regular readers of this column may remember that the Oct. 2 Hometown History featured “Soxey’s Army” and encouraged people to come to the cemetery tours to hear more about the “army. more »»

Eclectic Collection

October 16, 2015 Jamestown glass bottles more than 100 years old were on display at the Fenton History Center this week. more »»

SUNY Fredonia Student Leads Church Choir

October 16, 2015 WESTFIELD — A voice performance major at the State University at Fredonia, David Waterland has gone from singing in the Westfield First Presbyterian choir last year to leading the choir this year. more »»

Four Generations Meet Following Birth Of Child

October 16, 2015 The Olson/Lombardo families recently gathered to celebrate four generations. The occasion was prompted by the birth of Becca Nicole Carter to Brendan and Erica Carter of Jamestow. more »»

Give It Your Best Shot

October 11, 2015 This photo submitted by Carol Keating is of an artist painting the Chautauqua County Courthouse from the Village Green park in Mayville. more »»

A Variety Of Questions

October 11, 2015 It is no secret that the Fenton History Center, like most other museums and archives, has a backlog of materials that have not been processed yet. more »»

Geared Up To Learn

October 11, 2015 ASHVILLE — With the focus on the future, the Raymond P. Hewes Center recently hosted an open house for high school students, parents and members of the community. more »»

Dairy Produced Locally 365 Days A Year

October 11, 2015 Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County is proud to be an integral part of the county’s agriculture industry — including the more 200 dairy farms that work to produce wholesome dairy... more »»

Capturing Excellence

October 10, 2015 FALCONER — The Falconer Public Library will be displaying the work of Maria Johnson Rosage for the month of October. more »»

Renaissance Block Challenge Hosts Cluster Tours

October 10, 2015 City officials and foundation investors were able to see first hand how neighborhoods are improving through exterior home renovations. more »»

A New View

October 9, 2015 Joy Behar is looking forward to her impending visit to the hometown of one of comedy’s most enduring legends: Lucille Ball. more »»

Young Recognized For Commitment To Veterans

October 9, 2015 OLEAN — In recognition of her efforts to assist area veterans, active duty service members and the families of those serving the country, the Military Order of the Purple Heart recently presented Sen. more »»



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