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Making progress

March 20, 2014 It was a slow start, but in November Nowinski Pierogies began production at its manufacturing plant in Westfield. more »»

Area village results announced

March 20, 2014 Residents who live in select villages in New York state once again hit the polls Tuesday. Polls were open from noon to 9 p.m. at most polling sites as mayors and trustees were decided upon. more »»

Fundraising continues

March 13, 2014 Chautauqua Institution looks to engage the public and move forward with a campaign to improve its buildings and programming. more »»

Sherman board discusses shared service building

March 13, 2014 SHERMAN — Sherman Mayor John Patterson told the village council Thursday, March 6 that he feels they should pass on a proposal to build a new shared service building on Route 430. more »»

Austin Anderson voted winner of Chautauqua’s Got Talent

March 13, 2014 Austin Anderson has been crowned the winner of the 2014 season of Chautauqua’s Got Talent. more »»

CLCS alum watches as history unfolds

March 13, 2014 As the world remains honed on the future of Ukraine and the specter of a full-scale Russian invasion, a young Chautauqua County native finds herself strikingly close to the precipice of history. more »»

Institution rehab

March 6, 2014 With more than $15 million already raised, area residents could potentially see a rehabilitated Chautauqua Institution Amphitheater as early as the summer of 2016. more »»

Ripley school board approves plans for repairs

March 6, 2014 RIPLEY — Ripley Central School Board of Education approved plans at its regular February meeting to go ahead with plans to repair and upgrade its facilities. more »»

Sherman Central School determined in face of adversity

March 6, 2014 SHERMAN — In the face of decreasing funding and increasing costs, Sherman Central School is determined to hang on to all of its current programs. more »»

Chautauqua County loses a passionate historian

March 6, 2014 When Judy Hess died last week, the community lost a passionate advocate for Barcelona history. Over the course of decades, Judy collected and preserved the history of her beloved Barcelona. more »»

Wellness Day

February 27, 2014 Chautauqua Lake Central School welcomed guest presenters from the University of Rochester, Buffalo State University, SUNY Fredonia and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, along with... more »»

Local wineries produce ice, late harvest wines

February 27, 2014 Although some may hate the winter weather and the cold temperatures, it is the season of frozen grapes and ice wine. more »»

Schumer shows concern for area

February 27, 2014 The United States Army Corps of Engineers has received a $200 million increase in its 2014 budget over the 2013 funding level and one senator is calling on the Corps to put the money to its best us. more »»

US. Senator visits Portland, calls for grape assistance

February 27, 2014 PORTLAND — Area wine grape growers are bracing for a severely damaged crop this year, resulting in New York state’s senior senator to call upon the U.S. more »»

Frozen fortress

February 20, 2014 It’s been a couple of years in the making, but an ice castle is once again the centerpiece of the annual Presidents’ Day Weekend Winter Festival in Mayville. more »»

Grant funds available for Town of Ripley records storage

February 20, 2014 Ripley Town Council learned Thursday that there are grant funds available to have all of its vital records stored off-site for safety purposes. more »»

Board says WACS upgrades could exceed $3 million

February 20, 2014 The cost of basic upgrades to Westfield Academy and Central School exceeds $3 million, board of education members learned last Monday, Feb. more »»

Sherman native named firefighter of the year

February 20, 2014 A Sherman native has recently been awarded the title of firefighter of the year in Texa. more »»

‘Tiny house’ effort builds at area church

February 20, 2014 It’s stating the obvious to say that a small village church congregation can’t do anything about the frigid temperatures terrorizing the region this year. more »»

Fire and ice

February 13, 2014 ­Bitter cold temperatures did nothing to cool down the fun experienced by more than 100 area Cub Scouts. more »»



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