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Paul McCutcheon seeks re-election in Ripley

May 13, 2016 RIPLEY — Paul McCutcheon is a 1988 graduate of Ripley Central School. more »»

Nathan Davis seeks seat on Ripley School Board

May 13, 2016 RIPLEY — Nathan Davis is seeking a three-year term on the Ripley Central School board of education. “I grew up here and enjoyed my time in Ripley Central,” Davis said in a press release. more »»

Sixto Rosario runs for Dunkirk Board of Education seat

May 13, 2016 Sixto Rosario of Dunkirk has announced his candidacy for one of four available seats on the Dunkirk School Board to be decided on May 17. more »»

Boil water advisory lifted for Sinclairville

May 13, 2016 MAYVILLE — The Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services announced Thursday that the boil water order in effect since Monday, May 9 for all customers served by the village of... more »»

Chautauqua County drinking water contest Saturday

May 13, 2016 MAYVILLE — Who will earn the title of Best Tasting Drinking Water in Chautau-qua County for 2016? This will be decided on Saturday at Chautauqua Mall when drinking water from seven municipal water... more »»

Part-timers avoiding doomsday

May 13, 2016 Easy streets of the last 24 months seem to be headed for a screeching halt for 19 Chautauqua County legislators. more »»

‘Rediscover Gowanda’ carnival set for Memorial Day weekend

May 12, 2016 GOWANDA — Residents and visitors alike are invited to the Rediscover Gowanda carnival Memorial Day weekend. Festivities kick off May 26 with sidewalk sales, food vendors, rides and mor. more »»

Investigation into human remains stays open

May 12, 2016 CHERRY CREEK—Attempts to identify the century-old human remains found last month in Cherry Creek have proven fruitless so far. more »»

Waterline and bridge project taking shape

May 12, 2016 BROCTON — Travelers along County Route 380 or Lake Avenue in the village of Brocton have probably noticed increased activity at the Peerless Street Bridge sit. more »»

Record crowd on hand for Diamond Dinner Auction

May 12, 2016 MAYVILLE — The Child Advocacy Program hosted a record 380 attendees at the Sixth Annual Diamond Dinner Auction to benefit CAP services, held at Chautauqua Suites on April 30. more »»

Now-former Cassadaga trustee confirms resignation

May 12, 2016 By AMANDA DEDIE OBSERVER Staff Writer CASSADAGA — At an April 20 Cassadaga Village Board meeting, trustee Mike Lehnen stood up unexpectedly, after giving his trustee’s report, and verbally resigned... more »»

Hospice to hold memorial butterfly release June 5

May 12, 2016 Chautauqua Hospice and Palliative Care will hold its annual Service of Remembrance and Butterfly Release on June 5 at 2 p.m. on the SUNY Fredonia Campus at the Science Building Courtyard. more »»

Verizon strike

May 12, 2016 A strike, consisting of the Communications Workers of America (CWA), Verizon workers, steel workers union and former Bell Atlantic retirees (Bell Atlantic merged with GTE to eventually form Verizon)... more »»

Chautauqua Lake Central School Honor Roll

May 11, 2016 MAYVILLE — Chautau-qua Lake Central School District has announced its honor roll students for the third quarter of the 2015-16 school year. more »»

Senate OKs new penalties against child predators

May 11, 2016 ALBANY — The New York Senate passed legislation this week creating new penalties for predators who use technology to promote sex crimes against children. more »»

Learning about robots at A.J. Schmidt Elementary

May 11, 2016 ANGOLA — Students in fourth and fifth grade at A.J. Schmidt Elementary school recently participated in a robotics and coding club, where they were exposed to early facets of STEM education. more »»

Grant program assists rural fire departments

May 11, 2016 ALBANY — Senator Catharine Young (R,C,I- 57th District) is encouraging local volunteer fire departments to apply for the Volunteer Fire Assistance Grant program before the May 31 deadline. more »»

State announces new domestic incident report

May 11, 2016 Police agencies statewide will adopt a revised Domestic Incident Report this month to more thoroughly collect information, enhance investigations and assist prosecutions. more »»

Board mulls options for grease traps

May 11, 2016 BROCTON — Members of the Brocton Board of Trustees recently revisited a discussion topic in hopes of cutting down on sludge collected from local pump stations in the villag. more »»

Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy gets $80K grant

May 11, 2016 The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has announced that the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy of Jamestown has been awarded an $80,000 NYS Conservation Partnership Program gran... more »»



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