Two Wyoming County youths were honored by State Sen. Patrick Gallivan for their outstanding artistic abilities at the Arts Council for Wyoming County in Perry on Friday, Sept. 19.
Assemblyman David DiPietro hosted a NYS SAFE Act seminar at the Arcade VFW on Thursday, September 18. From left are the assemblyman, emcee Bill Walters, SCOPE Chairman Budd Schroeder, and Scott Miller Esq., director of legal affairs for SCOPE.
“A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the People to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” Second Amendment to the US Constitution
Bright skies and happy faces shone throughout downtown Warsaw last weekend for the second annual Wine in the Valley.
The Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce will present a health insurance informational meeting from 9 to 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 10 at the Byrncliff Resort & Conference Center, 2357 Humphrey Rd., Varysburg.
Eighteen residents at The Cloisters assisted living facility enjoyed a quilt display presented by the Ladies of Charity Sewing Group from Mary Immaculate Parish in Pavilion/East Bethany on Wednesday, September 17. Donna Mellander and Nellie Colvin, members of the sewing group, not only displayed a variety of quilts, but shared the type and purpose of various quilts along with anecdotes from their personal lives that influenced their interest in sewing and quilting.
The Summer Saturdays Arts Series comes to a close Sept. 27 with traditional American music performed by Folk O’ the Road. The free concert takes place at the Perry Farmers’ Market from 10 a.m. through noon on the Perry Festival Plaza in downtown Perry.
The Town of Castile received a report on its tentative 2015 budget, learned about new technology that could help its infrastructure and took action in a number of areas at its Thursday, Sept. 18 meeting.
Cattaraugus-Allegany BOCES and Pioneer Central School were among 29 school systems in five counties recognized by the WNY STEM Hub for demonstrating a commitment to enhancing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and related programming.
Several residents attended the August 18 meeting of the Farmersville Town Board to voice their concerns regarding the condition of town roads. Dennis Schwartz asked about junk cars and fill on Healy Road; and Jeff Brisky, George Duncan and Bob Maryanski were there to inquire about conditions on Pigeon Hill.
The Rushford Town Board flew through its regular meeting on Monday, September 8, approving payment of all general and highway fund bills right off the top. Then, board members quickly tabled old business matters — some that have been on the agenda since May — yet again.
A program on the rise over the course of the last three seasons, the Warsaw Tigers football team suffered a blow this week with a loss against Caledonia-Mumford. Having erased an early Red Raiders lead, the Tigers bounced back quickly to take a lead but could not hold on late in a 23-22 loss.