On Oct. 8, the Pioneer Wildcat cheerleaders and mascots attended the annual Olean Midget Football League Cheerleading Competition; it was conducted at the Reilly Center on the campus of St. Bonaventure University near Olean. All Wildcat squads placed in the top three.
The home located at 1247 Route 39 in the Town of Arcade was deemed a complete loss following a fire there on Sunday, Oct. 23; Mike George owns the property, and Burt Osgood occupied the residence.
At its Monday, Oct. 24 meeting, the Perry Board of Education approved a resolution to put the next stages of its capital project in the hands of voters.
The Wyoming County District Attorney’s Office has received $24,677 to purchase equipment enabling it to video record criminal interrogations. The funds are part of $508,492 allocated statewide to 20 agencies. Half of the funding will be provided by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr.’s office from criminal asset forfeiture funds obtained through settlements with international banks for violating U.S. sanctions. Funding will be matched by federal funds administered by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services.
U.S. Rep. Chris Collins, NY-27, is recognizing United States Air Force veteran Frank Fraser, of Pike, as New York’s 27th Congressional District’s “Veteran of the Month” for October. The “Veteran of the Month” is a new program established by Collins’ office to recognize the dedication and service of NY-27’s veterans.
State Sen. Patrick M. Gallivan, R-Elma, joins the New York State Tax Department and the New State Department of Agriculture and Markets in reminding farmers of money-saving tax credits available. The new and existing credits provide farmers with additional resources to reinvest in their business by improving or expanding operations.
Arcade Electric’s new bucket truck will have a fiberglass body
Village of Arcade
A public hearing on Tuesday, August 5 will tell whether or not Arcade residents are in favor of changing the traffic pattern at the Arcade Village Park.
Traffic and zoning issues dominated the June 16 meeting of the Arcade Town Board, with little resolution to either.
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.
Community member gathered Saturday, Oct. 22 at the soccer fields by the old middle school in Holland to raise funds for the Sam Pagano Scholarship.