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Ripley’s flamingos ready for Christmas

December 24, 2015 RIPLEY — Jolly Old St. Nick made a stop at the Bob and Robyn Albright household in Ripley, where a flock of flamingos are ready for Santa. more »»

County Farm Bureau gets Gold Key; Dewittville’s Kimball named to board

December 24, 2015 ALBANY — The Chautauqua County Farm Bureau was presented with a Gold Key award at the New York Farm Bureau State Annual Meeting, held Dec. 8-10 in Albany. more »»

Artist revealed as St. Peter’s gets last Advent painting

December 24, 2015 All she needed was a little inspiration and a deadline. Both turned out to be divine. Artist Lori Bogdan, of Kenmore, N.Y. more »»

After injury in fall, hunter seeks community’s help

December 17, 2015 CLYMER — When 23-year-old Chris Parks set out to put up his tree stand for the coming hunting season he had no way of knowing it would change his life. more »»

State awards county more than $7.7M

December 17, 2015 Chautauqua County will receive more than $7.7 million from the state for 27 projects. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the funding of $750 million to the 10 state Regional Economic Development Councils. more »»

Christmas spirit, without the snow

December 17, 2015 Many people have had trouble getting into the Christmas spirit because of the warm weather. more »»

Trudy Babcock: A gift to Ripley community

December 17, 2015 RIPLEY — They are called “movers and shakers” – people who are influential and make things happen. more »»

Laureate Alpha Pi does rituals for three

December 10, 2015 The Nov. 16 meeting of Laureate Alpha Pi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi in Westfield began with two Ritual of Jewels degrees for Laura Ondreako and Tonja Dodd and a Welcome Ritual for Carol Brown. more »»

Ripley schools now doing student-led conferences

December 10, 2015 RIPLEY — Everyone who has been though elementary school will remember sitting nervously on parent-teacher conference night, while the grown-ups discussed one’s academic strengths and weaknesses. more »»

Historical society’s Holiday Open House set for McClurg Museum

December 3, 2015 The Chautauqua County Historical Society will say goodbye to 2015 with its annual Holiday Open House on Sunday, Dec. 6 at the McClurg Museum in Westfield. more »»

Concord grape crop just shy of average

December 3, 2015 By Luke Haggerty and Kevin Martin Cornell Cooperative Extension PORTLAND — This year has been a year of extremes. more »»

Westfield elementary classes doing ‘Charlotte’s Web’ projects

December 3, 2015 If you walk through the hallways or visit an elementary classroom at Westfield Acaademy and Central School, you will notice the abundance of classroom barns, farm animals, and spider webs. more »»

Church gets Advent art as gifts

December 3, 2015 The walls of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Westfield will be brightened this month by a gift that is rooted in the spirit of the season. A Buffalo-based artist has bestowed upon St. more »»

Westfield Moose Lodge marks several milestones

November 26, 2015 In early November, the officers and members of Westfield Moose Lodge #118 celebrated their first Membership Appreciation and Awards Presentation. more »»

Brocton teachers’ group celebrates school-related professionals with treats

November 26, 2015 BROCTON — The third Tuesday of November is New York State School-Related Professionals Re-cognition Day. This year, the date was Nov. 17. more »»

Christmas tree lit up in Moore Park

November 26, 2015 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 »»

Holly Tour, bazaar, WACS dinner show fill a busy weekend

November 26, 2015 Snow showers and a chilly wind didn’t dampen the turnout Sunday for Westfield’s annual Holly Tour of homes, lovingly decorated for the holiday seaso. more »»



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