David Bojanoski of the Genesee Valley Land Conservancy came before the Perry Town Board on July 9 to ask for members’ support while his organization sought a land protection easement.
A decision concerning an older vehicle the Perry Fire Department's vehicle fleet was made during a meeting of the Perry Village Board on Monday, July 7.
The Wyoming County Community Hospital has received a $1.9 million grant from the New York State Department of Health in order to sustain necessary health care services and promote collaborations among facilities.
Bruce Fontaine posed with his award next to one of the Jaguar forage harvesters he is an expert at repairing.
With the need for additional food supplies at the Warsaw food pantry, two Warsaw 7-year-olds, Ellie Tangerman and Bella Noon, decided to help meet the need by holding a yard sale, advertised as Ellie’s and Bella’s Yard Sale. The two friends initially set a goal of $300; when that was met they raised the goal to $500, and when that was met raised it again to $700 to $900. At the end of the day, they netted a total of $884.25.
A week and a half into the culvert project at the West Hill on State Route 20A, things are going well, according to the New York State Department of Transportation.
Members of the Wyoming County 4-H goat program are currently raising funds to build new goat pens at the Wyoming County Fairgrounds, and they are just one-third short of their $6,000 goal.
Another year, another tax cap override.
During its last meeting, the Holland Central School Board adopted several approvals and appointments, including a continued partnership for the pre-kindergarten program.
A part-time lifeguard was hired for the Town of Yorkshire's recreation program, at a special board meeting on Tuesday, July 14. This was in response to the due great turnout the program is experiencing.
Allison and Danielle Herrick of Bliss, along with their teammates Tracy Rudgers of Attica and Tucker True of Perry, traveled to Dubuque, Iowa to compete at the National Holstein Convention. With Allison as the captain of their Junior Dairy Bowl Team, the team ended up third in the nation, losing to California by only three points. Allison and Danielle also competed in a prepared speaking contest. Allison, who is 15, has won this contest for the past two years — so she was moved up to the senior division of 18 to 21-year-olds. She continued her winning record and won the senior division with her speech on "Milk — the World's Drink."
Each year the top gridiron seniors in Section V put on their pads for one last time to do battle in the Eddie Meath All-Star game. And while Wyoming County was represented by just one athlete, the game featured several twists and turns where each team had a lead in the game’s final minute.
Youth soccer has taken off over the last three decades and players between the ages of 6 and 12 have benefited from the early introduction of town leagues. But as players get older, their opportunities to play are limited to travel soccer, which is not always accessible for all players during the busy summer months.
Bruce Fontaine, a CLAAS Jaguar service technician for Lamb and Webster in North Java, was recently selected as one of only eight people in all of North America to participate in a competition/training in Omaha, Nebraska this past May. Jaguar is a self-propelled forage harvester built by German farm machinery company CLAAS, and powered by a DaimlerChrysler diesel engine.