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Sunday storm causes only minor damage in Arcade

A bright, sunny – and humid – day gave way to dark, black clouds that would be brightened only by the by swift lightening strikes as the thunder boomed in the sky Sunday afternoon and early evening. While some trees lost limbs and a few minor power outages occurred, the Village of Arcade managed to weather the storm.

Town of Sardinia: Would cameras at Veterans Park in Sardinia violate privacy?
Updated: June 23, 2017 - 4:38 pm

“Big Brother doesn’t have to watch everywhere,” Councilman Cheryl Earl said at the Sardinia Town Board meeting Thursday, June 6, as she recounted reasons why she’s not in favor of installing security cameras at Veterans Park. 

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Rushford and surrounding areas recover from flash flood
Updated: June 23, 2017 - 4:26 pm

It rained, it poured, and then it flooded. Rains deluged the northwestern corner of Allegany County last Thursday, with the Town of Rushford receiving the brunt of the blow. Early reports stated that 2” of rain fell in the area in less than three hours time and that nine homes were flooded.

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Reed retiring from Letchworth
Posted: June 23, 2017

School will soon be out for the summer for Letchworth students, but for Letchworth Superintendent Julia Reed, school’s out forever.

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Warsaw Area News

Friday 06/23/2017
Artists to chalk ‘Here Today, Gone Tomorrow’
Posted: June 23, 2017

The Perry Chalk Art Festival returns for its 11th annual showing Saturday, July 8.

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Banjo, weaving to be featured at Series opening
Posted: June 23, 2017

Experience Banjo Bliss with Perry High School alum Jim Newman at the June 24 Summer Saturdays Arts Series.

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Chalk Festival names featured artist
Posted: June 23, 2017

Karen Flack of Spencerport will work her chalking magic as this year’s Perry Chalk Art Festival featured artist.

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Thursday 06/22/2017
Perry literacy programs aim to prevent ‘summer slide’
Posted: June 22, 2017

Read Around Perry, the Perry Family Literacy Center and Perry Public Library say to watch out for the “summer slide.” No, it’s not the latest new ride at an amusement park, but what educators call the loss that children may experience over a summer without books.

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Arcade Area News

Friday 06/23/2017
Carnival in Rushford to benefit Muscular Dystrophy
Updated: June 23, 2017 - 4:34 pm

A carnival to benefit muscular dystrophy took place at Legion Park in Rushford on Saturday, June 17 where attendees were given a variety of options for fun, including a bounce house and games. While the event created fun for all, the reason for hosting the carnival is a very serious one.  

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Delevan garden goes pink for the cause
Updated: June 23, 2017 - 4:29 pm

A popular Facebook meme says that being a father takes love, not just DNA.  That’s certainly true for Delevan’s Larry Bacon, whose step family feels a very strong connection to him.  Stepdaughter Jordan Cournan says he’s just like a Dad to wife Diane’s family, going above and beyond to show his caring and support.

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Farmersville supervisor resigns
Updated: June 23, 2017 - 4:23 pm

For the third time within a year, a member of the town board in Farmersville submitted a letter of resignation. The most recent resignation letter was from Town Supervisor Jerry Chmiel. In his letter, Chmiel wrote, “This was not a quick decision…This is a decision that is based on my personal belief that I cannot continue to represent the Town effectively or provide the necessary time to accurately and efficiently manage the responsibilities as Town Supervisor…I can no longer support the hours necessary to effectively perform the duties and responsibilities added to the position.”

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Friday 06/16/2017
Website coming to Franklinville
Updated: June 16, 2017 - 4:50 pm

In this age of smart phones, internet, and social media, the village of Franklinville board of trustees decided that it would be beneficial for the village to have a relevant presence online on both the village website and a Facebook page.

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Warsaw crowns three LCAA Champions on the track

The Warsaw Tigers seniors continue to put their stamp of excellence on the spring track season. This past weekend in Caledonia-Mumford at the LCAA Championships, the Tigers were led by a pair of familiar athletes who continue to climb towards the top once again.

Pioneer grad retires from United States Marine Corps after 30 years of service

Master Gunnery Sgt. Steven F. Rhoads was born Dec. 31, 1968 in Springville, and graduated from Pioneer Central High School in June of 1987. Friends and family will be celebrating his impressive career of 30 years in service to our country as he retires.

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  1. Pioneer grad retires from United States Marine Corps after 30 years of service

    Master Gunnery Sgt. Steven F. Rhoads was born Dec. 31, 1968 in Springville, and graduated from Pioneer Central High School in June of 1987. Friends and family will be celebrating his impressive career of 30 years in service to our country as he retires.
  2. Carnival in Rushford to benefit Muscular Dystrophy

    A carnival to benefit muscular dystrophy took place at Legion Park in Rushford on Saturday, June 17 where attendees were given a variety of options for fun, including a bounce house and games. While the event created fun for all, the reason for hosting the carnival is a very serious one.  
  3. Delevan garden goes pink for the cause

    A popular Facebook meme says that being a father takes love, not just DNA.  That’s certainly true for Delevan’s Larry Bacon, whose step family feels a very strong connection to him.  Stepdaughter Jordan Cournan says he’s just like a Dad to wife Diane’s family, going above and beyond to show his caring and support.
  4. Pioneer announces year-end athletic awards at FOPA night

    At Pioneer Senior High School on June 9, the year-end athletic awards were also announced.
  5. Pioneer and FOPA host Spring Sports Night

    On June 9, the Pioneer Central School Athletic Department and the Friends of the Pioneer Athletes (FOPA) hosted the annual Spring Sports Recognition Night at the George Crawford Memorial Auditorium at the Yorkshire Senior High School.
  6. Pioneer's Klimczak takes fifth in 400 IH

    Marissa Klimczak of Pioneer finished fifth in the girls' 400 intermediate hurdles in Division II (small schools) at the New York State Track and Field Championships that were hosted by Union-Endicott of Section IV (near Binghamton) on June 9-10.
  7. Freedom Motorsports Park June 9 results

    Freedom Motorsports Park is back in action on Friday, June 16 with the second annual $750 to win Bixby Hill Street Stock Shootout on Barnacle Brothers Reclaimed Lumber night.  Joining the Pioneer Ford Street stocks will be the Prime Time Energy Service Outlaw Modifieds, Tidds Towing DIRTcar Sportsman and the Danny Heineman & Sons Mini Stocks. Grandstands open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m.