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Attic and Seller Days underway in Fredonia

June 6, 2015 By TAREN CROUSE OBSERVER Correspondent Friday had great weather for Attic and Seller Days in Fredonia. The annual yard-selling day started with sunshine and smiles bright and early at 8 a.m. more »»

Back in time

June 6, 2015 By GIB SNYDER OBSERVER City Editor The season finale of “TURN: Washington’s Spies” will give area residents a chance to see a local man playing the role of a Redcoat soldier, one of the enemy. more »»

POW status, other info emerges on Gowanda soldier

June 6, 2015 By CHRIS CAROLA Associated Press ALBANY — Sisters Barbara Thompson Hutchinson and Joyce Thompson Vallone have long known that their distant cousin Carroll Heath died in the Philippines during World... more »»

Collins Center summer rec program moving

June 6, 2015 By SAMANTHA MCDONNELL OBSERVER Staff Writer COLLINS — The summer recreation program in Collins Center will have a different format for this upcoming year. more »»

Chamber gets plenty to digest

June 6, 2015 By SAMANTHA MCDONNELL OBSERVER Staff Writer Chautauqua County is “on the move,” according to County Executive Vince Horrigan. more »»

Chautauqua Lake falls in Far West Regionals

June 5, 2015 The Chautauqua Lake Lady Thunderbirds were upended by the Addison Lady Knights, 7-1, in the Class C Far West Regional. For complete game coverage, see Saturday's edition of the OBSERVER. more »»

Andover tops Pine Valley in Class D

June 5, 2015 Andover defeated Pine Valley, 3-2, Friday in the Class D Far West Regional softball game. For complete coverage, see Saturday's edition of the OBSERVER. more »»

Educating abroad

June 5, 2015 Sometimes educating is a two-way street, as a handful of students from the United Kingdom are now finding out in the local area. more »»

EPA: Fracking activities not impacting drinking water

June 5, 2015 An assessment by the U.S. Environmental Protec-tion Agency found hydraulic fracturing activities pose no threat to public drinking water. more »»

Family working with Schumer to add name to Vietnam Wall

June 5, 2015 Two Chautauqua County residents are working with U.S. Senator Schumer to get the name of a family member added to the Vietnam Wall. On June 3, 1969, the USS Frank . more »»

Cassadaga talks next steps in opening beach, swimming lessons

June 5, 2015 CASSADAGA — After finding a solution to the water safety instructor issue in the waning days, the Cassadaga Village Board has moved on to officially getting Cassadaga Beach in order for its June 27... more »»

Alzheimer’s presentation

June 5, 2015 JAMESTOWN — “We’ve been married for 32 years,” said Kim Campbell, wife of Glenn Campbell, the Rhinestone Cowboy himsel. more »»

Info for vets will be available near pier

June 4, 2015 Veterans will be able to get information about programs and services available to them during the city of Dunkirk Music on the Pier series after all. more »»

Town of Dunkirk critical of library plan, lack of transparency

June 4, 2015 After requesting more information from the Dunkirk Free Library regarding its upcoming public referendum, Dunkirk Town Supervisor Richard Purol shared his findings with the board during a recent... more »»

Reading & more

June 4, 2015 SILVER CREEK — Bigger is sometimes better. When it comes to celebrating reading and writing, Silver Creek Elementary School would tend to agree. more »»

Schumer aims to protect funding for DWI program

June 4, 2015 A growing number of drunk driving-related deaths in New York state has compelled Sen. more »»

Cuomo urges Legislature to extend property tax cap

June 4, 2015 New York property owners pay some of the highest taxes in the U.S, resulting in apparent negative effects to the state’s business climate and quality of life. However, a report released by Gov. more »»

Six state legislators receive death threats

June 3, 2015 ALBANY — A number of female state legislators, including state Sen. Cathy Young, reportedly received multiple death threats last month, according to a report by The Buffalo News. more »»

Man wanted in California slaying caught in Ripley

June 3, 2015 RIPLEY — A California man wanted in connection to a shooting death last month was taken into custody Monday near Ripley. more »»

Mourer withdraws name for trustee seat

June 3, 2015 The pool of candidates for a vacant trustee seat on the Fredonia Village Board has lessened by one, leaving six vying for the position vacated by Janel Subjack in April. more »»



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