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Retrospective

August 28, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 On Aug. 25, the Rev. David R. Reitmeyer gave his last sermon in Fredonia, after 10 years of ministry. Rev. more »»

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August 27, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 Starting next year, customers at the tiny Versailles Post Office may notice something missing behind the counter — U.S. postal workers. In an effort to reduce costs, the U.S. more »»

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August 26, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 Fredonia State University College continues to climb in Money magazine’s Top 100 ranking for best college values nationwide. more »»

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August 25, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 While many of its counterparts have struck out in recent years, Dunkirk’s City Softball League is still going strong. more »»

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August 24, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 At the recent 97th annual session of the Rebekah Assembly State of New York held at the Granit Hotel in the Catskills, Jeanette Horlak of Fredonia was elected and installed a... more »»

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August 23, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 Former Dunkirk resident Van Miller was the master of ceremonies for the unveiling of the Chadwick Bay Region “It’s Better By The Bay” marketing plan. more »»

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August 22, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 A month after it announced plans to close its Dunkirk plant, M. Wile & Co. said it will shut down a coat factory in Buffalo, costing 650 workers their jobs. M. more »»

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August 21, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 Details of a proposed $866,000 infrastructure project at Cliffstar Corp. in Dunkirk were discussed during a public hearing held at city hall. more »»

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August 20, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 Ground was broken recently, which marked the beginning of the first new roads in Brocton since 1929. And the new homes that come with the roads won’t be far behind. more »»

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August 18, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 Train buffs flocked to Cherry Creek to be part of the Centennial Train Festival Rail Fair ‘96. more »»

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August 18, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 The first shovelful of dirt has been turned over in the construction of the new Portland Town Hall at 87 West Main St. in Brocton. more »»

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August 17, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 A community spirit prevailed at the “blue moon party” held at the Town of Pomfret playground in Laona. more »»

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August 16, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 The first Steak House reunion was held August 3 at the Exempts Club Pavilion in Dunkirk. More than 125 former Steak House customers attended the event. more »»

Community Notebook

August 15, 2016 Maker Faire Meetup set for Wednesday Join a social gathering of Makers in the atrium of the new Science Center on the campus of Fredonia, the State University of New York, on Wednesday from 6 p.m. more »»

Douglas L. Newman

August 15, 2016 Douglas L. Newman, 74, of Dunkirk died unexpectedly Friday morning (Aug. 12, 2016) at home. He was born March 30, 1942 in Buffalo, the son of the late Harold and Alice (Eilenberger) Newman. more »»

Costly city car fire under investigation

August 15, 2016 A car fire which extensively damaged two city houses remains under investigation. more »»

Au revoir, reservoir

August 15, 2016 SILVER CREEK — The beavers and bald eagles that make their home at Silver Creek’s old upper reservoir in the town of Hanover may have to find new digs. more »»

A ‘lot’ to think about

August 15, 2016 WESTFIELD — West-field Village Board officials are looking for input from residents regarding the parking lot behind Main Street. more »»

Thompson sentencing Tuesday

August 15, 2016 On Tuesday, Andrew Thompson, chief operator of the wastewater treatment plant in Westfield, will be sentenced in a case brought against him regarding the dumping of raw sewage into Chautauqua Creek... more »»

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August 15, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 This year, Brocton Central School teachers Jody Ann Cave and Karen MacIntyre became members of a select group of people in their profession. more »»

 
 

 

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