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January 17, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 Members of the Dunkirk Housing Authority approved the demolition of a vacant house at 18 North Main St., across the street from the Steger Apartment complex. more »»

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January 16, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 Members of the African-American community, civic leaders and area educators turned out yesterday for the 10th annual Dunkirk-Fredonia NAACP luncheon to celebrate the birth of... more »»

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January 15, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 The best scheme for Westfield Memorial Hospital, according to its architect, is demolition of the historic Spencer House at its entrance. more »»

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January 14, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 The Silver Creek Village Board has officially named Louis Pelletter as its permanent police chief, pending the approval of county and state personnel agencies. more »»

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January 13, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 Young people in the city of Dunkirk will soon have a place to go for recreational, social and educational opportunities in the downtown area. more »»

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January 12, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 It appears the city of Dunkirk and the Dunkirk School District will once again be squaring off in court with the Niagara Mohawk Power Cor. more »»

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January 11, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 And the winner is ... Marjorie Foxton. more »»

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January 10, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 They’ve only been in office for 10 days, but new Councilmen Don Stoyle and Paul Van Den Vouver admit the experience has changed them already. more »»

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January 9, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 The 1996 Spirit of Gowanda Award winners are no strangers to the award. Janet Vogtli and Dan Gernatt Jr. more »»

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January 7, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 Welch’s has announced a plan to restructure and re-engineer its businesses that will affect about 60 positions at its Westfield plant. more »»

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January 6, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 Chautauqua County Executive Andrew Goodell will not be going to Albany to head the state Department of Social Services, although he had been a candidate for that position. more »»

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January 5, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 After an extended leave of absence, the Fredonia-Dunkirk basketball series finally returns to the Fredonia State campus with two new looks. more »»

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January 4, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 During its first regular meeting of the year, the Dunkirk Common Council agreed to spend $285,00 for the purchase of several properties in the city. more »»

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January 3, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 In many ways, Tony’s Shoe Repair & Sales in Westfield is a throwback to an earlier era with the craft of shoe repair being passed down from generation to generation. more »»

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January 2, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 A piece of Dunkirk’s history may have a date with the wrecking ball, but the memories will live on. more »»

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January 1, 2016 Twenty years ago — 1996 Efforts to bring a factory outlet store and the National Warplane Museum to the Dunkirk area has received the support of the common counci. more »»

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December 31, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 Unless a new lender can be secured or a new plan of reorganization is presented, the Four Points Harborfront Hotel in Dunkirk is facing foreclosure in Februar. more »»

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December 30, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 Local and state lawmakers, road officials and various business leaders are expected to attend a special meeting on the state’s plan to rebuild Route 60 from Route 20 north to... more »»

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December 29, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 The fate of the Spencer House at the entrance of Westfield Hospital is up in the air, perhaps literally. more »»

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December 28, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 The Dunkirk Police Department has added a two-officer car to the regular patrol shifts, Acting Police Chief John Yannie announced today. more »»

 
 

 

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