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Silo Fire Causes Brief Closure Of Route 62 In Kennedy

August 10, 2016 KENNEDY — A stretch of Route 62 between Harman and Scott Hill roads was closed for approximately three hours Tuesday morning due to a structure fire. At 7:45 a.. more »»

Dairy Princess Reigns Over Catt. Co. Fair

August 10, 2016 LITTLE VALLEY — This year’s Cattaraugus County Dairy Princess, Elle Russell, reigned over the Cattaraugus County Fair all week long. more »»

Community Helping Hands To Host Block Party Friday

August 10, 2016 Not just a handout, but a hand up — Community Helping Hands has been supporting and encouraging the community for 15 years. more »»

Campfire Stories

August 9, 2016 “C’mon up and find a word you can read,” said Patrick Cunningham, inviting his students to cross over their “campsite” and circle a word. “All of you are doing it, and you’re doing a great job. more »»

Salaries, Term Top Local Law Public Hearings Set For Today In Mayville

August 9, 2016 MAYVILLE — Three public hearings are set today for three local laws that received the County Legislature’s approval last month. The first public hearing will take place at 1 p.m. more »»

Cherry Creek Gazebo To Host Big Band Swing Thursday

August 9, 2016 CHERRY CREEK — In keeping with this year’s theme, “ Swingin’ In The Country,” the 2016 Cherry Creek Summer Gazebo Concert Series will continue Thursday with the music of Chautauqua Big Band Sw. more »»

Chautauqua Institution Presents ‘The Taming Of The Shrew’

August 9, 2016 CHAUTAUQUA — The Chautauqua Theater Company, under the co-leadership of Andrew Borba and Vivienne Benesch, artistic directors, will bring its 33rd season to a close with William Shakespeare’s “The... more »»

Auctions Scribe The Circles Of Our Lives

August 9, 2016 I like auctions that qualify as “estate sales,” or nearly so, when the auctioneers repeatedly offer “lots” of items taken from attics, basements, closets, garages - the stuff we stuff away for a... more »»

Ashville Library Suffers $800 Theft During Book Sale

August 9, 2016 ASHVILLE—The recent theft of $800 from the Ashville Free Library has shone a spotlight on just how much small, rural libraries depend on fundraisers to survive. more »»

Comedian Delivers With Clean Humor

August 8, 2016 Flashing lights, police barricades, people walking freely down the street, the band TPT playing “Uptown Funk,” in the background. more »»

YMCA CEO Discusses Eastside YMCA

August 8, 2016 The evolution of the Eastside YMCA will continue next yea. more »»

Agency Has Dealt With Staff, Agency Turnover Throughout 2016

August 7, 2016 WESTFIELD — In less than six months, a community non-profit institution serving the southwest portion of the county has undergone some major changes that has many in this tight-knit area asking... more »»

Dragon Boat Races Draw Large Crowd In Celoron

August 7, 2016 CELORON — Chautauqua Lake had a bit of a dragon infestation on Saturday, but not the dangerous kind. Beginning at 7 a.m. with registration and races beginning at 9 a.m. more »»

Governor Expands ‘Move Over’ Law

August 7, 2016 Trying to catch a glimpse of a roadside car accident is often the norm for passing drivers. more »»

County Sheriff’s Deputies Attend Funeral Of Slain Officers In Dallas

August 7, 2016 Shortly after last month’s sniper attack in which five Dallas police officers were murdered, a wave of officers from around the country made their way to Texa. more »»

Restored Falconer Community Building Doors Unveiled To Public

August 6, 2016 FALCONER — The old, wooden doors of Falconer’s Community Building have weathered nearly a century of changing seasons. more »»

Randolph To Honor Vets Aug. 13

August 6, 2016 RANDOLPH — On Saturday, Aug. more »»

Dragon Boats Practice On Chadakoin River; Races Begin Saturday

August 5, 2016 There were ‘‘Dragons’’ on the Chadakoin River Thursday who were preparing to conquer Chautauqua Lake this weekend. more »»

Falconer Children’s Author Pens Second Book; Book Signing Planned For Saturday

August 5, 2016 FALCONER — Retired art teacher turned children’s author James Vincent is back with a sequel to his 2015 debut, “Back When And For Now. more »»

United Way’s Pacesetter Campaign Begins

August 5, 2016 United Way of Southern Chautauqua County, along with a dozen representatives from local companies and organizations, came together to kick off the Pacesetter portion of the 2016 Campaign recently. more »»



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