A movie made in Dunkirk in September by two local residents will premier on Dunkirk's local cable access Channel 12. Entitled "Stalemate," the movie was written and produced by Justin Skubis and Chuck Reed. The film is based on their play, "A Different Person," which was staged in May at Dunkirk High School. The plot centers around twin brothers separated at birth. The movie was shot at various locations in the Dunkirk area, including the Sheraton Harborfront Inn and along Central Avenue. The soundtrack was performed by the local band "Asylum."
Thirty years ago - 1982
In a rather surprising show of unification, the Dunkirk Common Council unanimously approved a resolution to go on record as favoring the Masonic building in Dunkirk as its first choice for the location of a county office building in northern Chautauqua County. Backers of this proposal reiterated their position that the Masonic building presents the best overall idea, especially in terms of what it will cost the county.
Forty years ago - 1972
Paul Schober, third-grade student at School 4, is this year's winner of the Fire Prevention Poster Contest sponsored by the W. L. Putnam Agency Inc. though the Junior Fire Marshal Program. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Schober, 604 Central Ave., Dunkirk.
Fifty years ago - 1962
A new business establishment will be opened in Silver Creek at 33 Main St. in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Parsons will open an office supply store.