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After finishing first in his class in the 400 meters at the U.S. Paralympic Team Trials in Minneapolis on Saturday, Rayven Sample is very, very... [Read More]
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The Robert H. Jackson Center and the Roger Tory Peterson Institute (RTPI) are offering a panel discussion on the impact of environmental laws on the... [Read More]
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The Chautauqua Lake Fishing Association recently presented a check for $2,000 to the Chautauqua Lake Association to help with annual operational expenses. The CLFA has... [Read More]
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Conditions proved ideal for a rainbow to appear Saturday evening in southern Chautauqua County. Martha Anderson captured this beautiful image over Chautauqua Lake while on... [Read More]
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Top seeds can often win with good pitching, solid defense and timely hitting. That's exactly what No. 1 Falconer did on Monday in a 7-0... [Read More]
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Chautauqua Lake lost its home-field advantage. But the Thunderbirds didn't lose their game. No. 3 Chautauqua Lake used a three-run fourth inning to take a... [Read More]
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A five-run second inning followed by a three-run third helped No. 4 Gowanda put away No. 5 Randolph in a 15-8 Section VI Class C... [Read More]
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Legislation regulating "symbols of hate" at the local government level is on its way to Gov. Andrew Cuomo for signature. A.5402 was passed during an... [Read More]
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A Pennsylvania state lawmaker wants to allow local municipalities to have more control over consumer use of fireworks. Rep. Robert Freeman, D-Northampton, recently introduced House... [Read More]
The Jamestown Fire Department will potentially no longer be using paper when it comes to its annual reports. On Monday, the council discussed entering into... [Read More]
State Sen. George Borrello isn't the only state legislator who wants to see limits on elected officials' profiting from their literary careers. Assemblywoman Yuh-Line Niou,... [Read More]
The entrance to the Ellicott Police Department has received a colorful upgrade thanks to a handful of Falconer high schoolers. The students, including Natalie Kinney,... [Read More]
Chautauqua County officials are poised to take a good step to expand membership on the Chautauqua Lake Protection and Rehabilitation Agency. On Wednesday, legislators will... [Read More]
Kenneth B. Strong, 90 of Jamestown passed away June 20, 2021. at his home. He was born Feb. 21, 1931, in Sinclairville, N.Y., the son... [Read More]
A Memorial Service for Maj-Britt S. Traynor, 95, of Bemus Point, who passed away April 5, 2021, will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, June... [Read More]
Barry E. Leyman, 74, of Kennedy, passed away unexpectedly Saturday (June 19, 2021) in Hamot, Hospital. The family will receive friends Thursday 5-8 p.m. in... [Read More]
Swirling winds were blamed for a portion of a maple tree collapsing and possibly totalling a property owner's car. On Monday around noon, George Gustafson... [Read More]
Police continue to investigate the June 11 shooting death of a 41-year-old man whose body was found in the early morning hours outside a town... [Read More]
Gabe Roth is just a sophomore and had only one official at-bat in Monday's Section VI Class C quarterfinal. But the Clymer/Sherman/Panama right-hander made as... [Read More]
Jamestown competed in the Class AA Track & Field Championship on Saturday. Drew Carlson turned in the best Red Raider performance for the boys, placing... [Read More]
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