More than 400 rainbow trout will be swimming downstream with cash bounty on their heads at the first annual Tri-County Trout Derby the weekend of April 11 and 12. Sponsored by the Arcade Area Chamber of Commerce, the derby is set to welcome fishing enthusiasts to try their luck at winning big bucks. NYS fishing license rules apply.
Councilman James Foley's seat on the Warsaw Town Board is still left vacant for the time being, after the board tabled the vote for his replacement during its Jan. 14 meeting.
The Tuesday, Jan. 20 Board of Supervisors meeting doubled as a public hearing for Local Law No. 3, which provided salary raises for some county department heads.
Approximately 80 Wyoming County Community Hospital nursing home residents were temporarily relocated after the facility suffered structural damage Wednesday, Jan. 14.
More than 400 rainbow trout will swim downstream with cash bounty on their heads at the inaugural Tri-County Trout Derby the weekend of April 11 and 12. Sponsored by the Arcade Area Chamber of Commerce, the derby is set to welcome fishing enthusiasts to try their luck at winning big bucks. New York State fishing license rules apply.
The Arts Council for Wyoming County invites the public to see the work of our local and regional artists at the annual ACWC Members' Exhibition, Local Color. The group exhibition will feature diverse media and interpretation of the ACWC's 40th anniversary theme, “Picture This.” The shows opened Jan. 9 and continues through Feb. 27, with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. that features artists' talks and the presentation of the 2015 awards.
The Town of Castile started the new year getting to business in its first meeting of 2015.
Beside the many exhilarating outdoor winter activities enjoyed in our area like snowmobiling, sledding and skiing, what else is there to do this time of the year to fight the boredom and winter blues? The 4 X Cue (Four Times Cue) pool hall and game room is ready to provide that entertainment, in a warm and friendly atmosphere.
An executive session lasting a mere six minutes kicked off the Town of Rushford board meeting on January 12.
Town of Eagle Highway Superintendent Randy Williams met with officials from FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) recently, regarding the possibility of receiving funding to help defray expenses the town incurred during the November storm referred to as “Snowvember.” Williams said the overtime highway employees accrued during the two days of significant snowfall can be claimed, at about $70 per hour.
Architect Heather Nemec presented Town of Java lawmakers with three separate plans for conversion of the Five Star Bank building in North Java into the new town hall and court. Some of the residents at the January meeting were upset because they initially couldn't hear the presentation — or enough of it — as board members were circled around the table during the discussion. Afterward, though, the plans were passed around for the public to see.
Warsaw native and Xavier University freshman Karmen Auble tied for 12th place with three other athletes in the pole vault at the Kentucky Track & Field Invitational over the weekend.
On Monday January 20, representatives from the New York State AMVETS (American Veterans), were on hand to officially award a Post Charter from the National Commander.