The former deputy clerk at the Department of Motor Vehicles has been indicted by a Wyoming County Grand Jury in connection to the alleged theft of more than $90,000 from the DMV office in Warsaw.
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Despite the fact that no one — including Budget Officer Janis Cook, multiple supervisors and members of the public — seemed happy with the 2015 Wyoming County budget, it was passed with only one dissenting vote at a special meeting on Tuesday, November 25.
The performing arts may not be the first association that pops into anyone’s head when talking about Wyoming County, but that hasn’t stopped the Wyoming County Bicentennial Singers from being a part of their community.
State Sen. Patrick M. Gallivan is being honored by the New York Farm Bureau for his ongoing support of agriculture issues, including sponsorship of bills that the organization has either supported or opposed during the most recent legislative session. The New York Farm Bureau had included Gallivan in its Circle of Friends.
Local developer Jim Rutowski’s latest project, the Agriculture and Business Center for Excellence, is about 25 percent complete.
National non-profit Wreaths Across America is working to ensure no veteran is forgotten this holiday season.
The Wyoming County Board of Supervisors’ Tuesday, Dec. 9 meeting began with a moment of silence for former Secretary to the Public Defender Cheryl Krull, who passed away Thursday, Dec. 4.
John Clayson, agricultural educator at Pioneer Central School in Yorkshire, is one of only six individuals nationwide who received the 2014 National Association of Agricultural Educators Teacher Mentor Award at the NAAE annual convention in Nashville, Tennessee November 18-22.
Pioneer High School will present "12 Angry Jurors" on Thursday, December 11, and Friday, December 12, at 7:00 p.m., inside George C. Crawford Auditorium at the high school.
Gretta M. Hartung of North Street in Arcade died Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at Wyoming County Skilled Nursing Facility in Warsaw. She was 51.
In a tight contest that featured a pair of teams who relied heavily on their defenses, the Warsaw girls basketball team picked up its first win of the season in a 39-36 comeback win over LeRoy Friday, Dec. 5.
A new gym recently opened in Warsaw that offers a variety of martial arts and physical fitness classes.