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Smaller schools have higher graduation rates

July 13, 2014 Now that graduation season has drawn to a close, Chautauqua County graduates may not realize how they set the bar for advancing students. more »»

Many area graduates planning on attending local colleges

July 13, 2014 If this year’s preliminary enrollment numbers are any indication, area colleges can expect more of the same when it comes to retaining local high school graduates. more »»

United Way gives books to Dunkirk children

July 13, 2014 The United Way of Northern Chautauqua County set out to keep young minds sharp and spread awareness of its mission with its Day of Action. more »»

Former attorney general talks post-9/11 security

July 12, 2014 CHAUTAUQUA — The government and journalists have opposing views when it comes to national security and the public’s right to know. That was made clear by Alberto . more »»

New speaker system stolen from Little League

July 12, 2014 In the midst of hosting two tournaments Dunkirk Little League suffered a loss, although not on the playing field. Sometime between 8 p.m. Thursday and 8 a.m. more »»

Dunkirk man prison bound for burglary, knife incident

July 12, 2014 A Dunkirk man has been sentenced to state prison after a robbery and pulling a knife on police last year. According to District Attorney David Foley, Jonathan Davis, 26, of Pike S. more »»

Schumer pushes for funding plan

July 12, 2014 MAYVILLE — Federal funding could soon run dry for capital projects underway in New York state if Congress doesn’t come up with a plan. The Highway Trust Fund, which provides more than $1. more »»

Carriage House WARN notice amended

July 12, 2014 When Carriage House workers were notified in March the company would be shutting down its local operations, layoffs were scheduled to begin Oct. 24, with the plant to close by May 24, 201. more »»

New food pantry coming to Fredonia

July 12, 2014 A new food pantry is coming to Fredonia. On Saturday, July 19, the Fredonia Presbyterian Church will open the Fredonia Food Pantry to serve the residents of Fredonia and area communitie. more »»

Warm welcome

July 11, 2014 More than 40 years ago city of Dunkirk residents hosted Peter Wolf Toth as he carved a statue from a tree near Washington Par. more »»

From elected to appointed

July 11, 2014 VILLENOVA — Officials in Villenova are considering making the highway superintendent an appointed position instead of an elected one. The Town of Villenova held a public hearing on Local Law No. more »»

Horrigan to hold shared services forum

July 11, 2014 MAYVILLE — Local municipal leaders will soon have the opportunity to gain a better understanding of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s property tax freeze plan. more »»

State maple tour to be hosted in Mayville

July 11, 2014 MAYVILLE — The Chautauqua County Maple Producers Association and Cornell Cooperative Extension will host the 2014 New York State Maple Tour from July 13-15. more »»

Forestville school looking for superintendent

July 11, 2014 FORESTVILLE — Forestville Central School will work with BOCES to find an interim superintendent by the start of the school year. more »»

Pa. woman drowns in Westfield

July 10, 2014 WESTFIELD — What was meant to be a family fun vacation turned into a tragic loss near Barcelona Harbor Wednesday around 2:30 p.m. more »»

Paper route for Laurel

July 10, 2014 From Gowanda to the busy streets of Dunkirk, Fredonia, Irving and Silver Creek, morning commuters saw volunteers in several locations working for a cause. more »»

Jury completed for Fredonia murder trial

July 10, 2014 All 12 seats have now been filled on the jury in the Fredonia murder trial for former One Temple Square resident Jason P. Wells. more »»

Fly-in Breakfast to hold special dedication

July 10, 2014 An annual event will include a special dedication for a man who helped build an airport on Sunda. more »»

Two new members begin terms on Fredonia School Board

July 10, 2014 A returning Fredonia Board of Education member and a newcomer who ran in the most recent school election have officially joined the rest of the current members. more »»

Half of jury seated in Fredonia murder trial

July 9, 2014 Six out of 12 seats have already been filled on the jury in the Fredonia murder trial for former One Temple Square resident Jason P. Wells. more »»



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