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Retrospective

June 8, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 The Chautauqua County Rural Ministry Inc. recently appointed Kathleen G. Peterson as its new executive director. Mrs. more »»

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June 7, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 Dunkirk native Deacon Karl E. Loeb, a transitional deacon serving at Sts. Peter and Paul Parish in Jamestown, was ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Edward . more »»

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June 6, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 Louis Mancuso was recognized for his co-founding and leadership of the Northern Chautauqua Council of Governments. more »»

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June 5, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 The face of the man accused in the Oklahoma City bombing case is very familiar to Jim Mills. Mr. Mills was the man who handed Timothy McVeigh his high school diploma. Mr. more »»

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June 4, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 The Ripley Central School Key Club attended the New York District Key Club Convention at the Pine Hotel in South Fallsburg, NY. more »»

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June 3, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 The National Honor Society of Professional Surveyors announced Dunkirk High School junior Ted Lutz as the area winner of the 1995 Trig-Star contest. more »»

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June 2, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 Larry C. Petrella, formerly of Fredonia, was recently appointed as a senior vice-president with the Wall Street, New York investment firm, Lehman Brothers Inc. more »»

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June 1, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 The South Dayton Board of Trustees will try to enact a local law imposing a curfew on persons under the age of 18 in an attempt to curb after dark juvenile-related incidents. more »»

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May 31, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 From Sunday “Observations:” According to Village Historian Agnes Pfleuger, the very first people to settle in what is now Silver Creek were Abel Cleveland and David Dickinson... more »»

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May 30, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 The winner of the Sunday OBSERVER coloring contest for kids is a 9-year-old natural. more »»

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May 29, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 Hauling freight via rail has become a cost-efficient, environmentally friendly and profitable busines. more »»

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May 28, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 It’s still the day of the corner grocery. more »»

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May 27, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 Howard “Monk” Schafer felt honored to make the Canisius College Hall of Fame this month. more »»

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May 26, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 The Stock Car Racing Fan Club of the Lake Erie Region, held its second annual Anniversary Banquet recently at the Rainbow Inn in Dunkirk. more »»

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May 25, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 An air of distrust smoldered among an estimated 200 people who attended a recent informational session concerning the Route 60 tire dump fire. more »»

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May 24, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 Joseph A. Gullo has been named grand marshal of the second annual Dunkirk Harborfest Parade planned for Sunday, July 2. A Dunkirk resident his entire life, Mr. more »»

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May 23, 2015 Twenty years ago — 1995 Chautauqua Opportunities Inc. recently celebrated its 30th anniversary at Chautauqua Institution with friends and guests from the community. more »»

Forestville makes payment

May 23, 2015 OBSERVER Photo by Nicole Gugino Forestville Village Mayor Kevin Johnson (left) hands a check to Legislator George Borrello recently in the village’s first repayment of a county loan. more »»

Community notebook

May 23, 2015 The community notebook is compiled by the OBSERVER staff. To send in an event or listing, e-mail us at editorial@observertoday or call us at 366-3000. more »»

Hispanic Coalition to hold employment events in June

May 23, 2015 MAYVILLE — The Hispanic Coalition of Chautauqua County is partnering with local employers to hold two employment exploration events in the county. more »»

 
 

 

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