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Eden upsets Fredonia in Class B2 softball semis

May 25, 2016 No. 3 Eden defeated No. 1 Fredonia, 6-1, Wednesday in the semifinals of the Section VI Class B2 high school softball playoffs. For complete coverage, see Thursday's edition of the OBSERVER. more »»

Dunkirk to host carnival for long holiday weekend

May 25, 2016 Teens to small children and everyone in the family can find something to enjoy at the Dunkirk Memorial Weekend Carnival running Thursday through Monda. more »»

Community Forum welcomes local input on college campus

May 25, 2016 A community forum held Tuesday at the State University of New York at Fredonia addressed the concerns of the college and the community in terms of their relationship, as well as the issue of... more »»

City looks to save with milling machine

May 25, 2016 The prospect of saving time, money and recycling was received favorably by Common Council members at a recent department of public works committee meeting. more »»

Dredging complete; Hanover eyes next project

May 24, 2016 HANOVER — With dredging of the recreational channel in Sunset Bay completed last week, Highway Superintendent Steve D’Angelo and officials have their eyes set on the next project on the list:... more »»

Time for citations

May 24, 2016 Collins residents: Clean it up! COLLINS — Most residents in the town of Collins take pride in their homes and in their community. more »»

Fredonia arrests combined station in its tracks

May 24, 2016 By GREG FOX OBSERVER Assistant News Editor Fredonia village officials have formally slammed the cell door on the idea of a combined police headquarters with the city of Dunkirk. more »»

County IDA looks at food manufacturer for Westfield

May 24, 2016 The Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency Board of Directors recently rolled out a tax agreement that will bring a food manufacturer to Westfield. more »»

Some lead pipes remain in county

May 24, 2016 Concerns over public drinking water supplies and contamination are on the rise after the recent events that unraveled in Flint, Michigan. more »»

Schools sharing more than just sports

May 23, 2016 Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series of articles put together by Sylvester Cleary of the Chautauqua County School Board Association. more »»

College holds annual math competition for area students

May 23, 2016 High school students got a little taste of SUNY Fredonia when they participated in this year’s Pi’nding Nemo themed 16th annual Math and Science Challeng. more »»

John Plumb: ‘Race picking up momentum’

May 23, 2016 Concerns from constituents within the 23rd Congressional District are evident for John Plumb since launching his campaign against U.S. Rep. Tom Reed in July. more »»

Veterans welcome to march, ride in city

May 23, 2016 Once again, the Dunkirk Joint Veterans Council is welcoming fellow veterans to join them next week in Memorial Day ceremonies. more »»

Bring your sense of adventure and ‘Rediscover Gowanda!’

May 23, 2016 GOWANDA — If train tours, Civil War re-enactors, carnival rides, sidewalk sales, fair food and free movies sounds like your idea of a great weekend, you’re in luck! All of this is happening and more... more »»

Police standoff in Jamestown ends with child unharmed

May 22, 2016 JAMESTOWN?— A police standoff involving a eight-month old child ended without incident on Friday night, thanks to the efforts of local law enforcement and emergency services. At 8:48 p.. more »»

JCC honors grads at 66th commencement

May 22, 2016 JAMESTOWN — The Physical Education Complex at Jamestown Community College was filled with a buzz of hope, excitement and intense pride as the 66th commencement kicked off. more »»

Finances, enrollment issues part of forum

May 22, 2016 The declining enrollment picture has cut into the State University of New York at Fredonia’s numbers, both in terms of students and dollars. more »»

City calls shared site ‘wise choice’

May 22, 2016 There are state funds for a shared Dunkirk-Fredonia police facility, according to a Department of State official, who visited Dunkirk recently. more »»

 
 

 

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