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Savor the Flavors of Fall


Crisp Apples, Bright Pumpkins, Tangy Cider Excite the Senses By Eva Potter The leaves have turned brilliant shades of crimson, gold and purple, which can only mean one thing — it’s time to enjoy the specialty foods that only fall can offer. Take a leisurely drive down the scenic backroads of Ellicottville, Great Valley, Springville and other small towns, and ... Read More »

Ready, Set, Go! EVL Half and 5K Oct. 29

EVL Half

By Alicia Dziak On Saturday, Oct. 29, the EVL Half and 5K makes its way to the Village for the third year in a row. Costumed runners will compete in races of two distances. Both the half marathon (11 a.m. start) and the 5K (11:15 a.m. start) begin and end in the heart of town at 5 Monroe Street. “We ... Read More »

Fly Fishing Film Tour at Holiday Valley Nov. 5


By Stephanie Timblin Adventure Bound on the Fly and Holiday Valley Resort have teamed up to bring the 2016 Fly Fishing Film Tour to WNY on Saturday, Nov. 5. Now in its 10th year as the preeminent exhibition of fly fishing cinema, this event celebrates the much-anticipated arrival of steelhead season in this part of the world by bringing together ... Read More »

Lady Eagles Soar Again At CLV Volleyball Tourney


By Indrek Kongats On Saturday, Oct. 15, the Ellicottville JV Volleyball team made its all the way to the championship game at the Cattaraugus-Little Valley Volleyball Tournament, losing in a tie breaker to the Southwestern Trojans from Jamestown, NY. The JV squad started the morning off slowly, losing close battles in their first four games against Catt Little Valley (CLV) ... Read More »

#ALEX41STRONG: ECS Student Battles Cancer


By Stephanie Timblin Alex Newark, and 11-year-old boy from Great Valley, is undergoing week number 5 of 29 weeks of chemotherapy treatments at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. Diagnosed in August with Stage 2 Osteosarcoma of the leg, Alex is in the battle of his life. What started as mild pain has turned out to be an aggressive form of rare ... Read More »

Village Amends Local Laws, New ‘Finnerty’s Tap Room’ Restaurant Planned


By Jennie Acklin On Oct. 17, Mayor John Burrell opened the Village of Ellicottville meeting by updating the board on the Cattaraugus County Municipal Officials Assoc. meeting held last week at Holiday Valley. The program was presented by Peter Baynes and Barbara VanEpps from the NY conference of Mayor’s and Municipal Officials (NYCOM). Baynes was very complimentary of Ellicottville in ... Read More »

Dave Golley Memorial Open House


An open house was held Saturday, Oct. 15 to honor Dave Golley for his many years of service to the Town of Ellicottville. A sign was unveiled, naming the entrance to the Highway Barns “David Golley Drive.” A memorial patio in front of the building includes a bench with a plaque that says “In Memory of Dave Golley.” Steve Crowley ... Read More »

Ellicottville Entertainment October 21-October 27, 2016

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21 Gin Mill, 9 p.m. • Freddie & Friends Balloons, 7 p.m. •  Tommy Z SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22 Gin Mill, 9 p.m. • JB Martin & The Smokin’ Dogs Balloons, 6 p.m. • Charlie Wheeler Band WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26 Gin Mill, 8 p.m.  • Wagner & Winston THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27 Gin Mill, 8 p.m. • Freddie & Friends Read More »

Eagles Headed to Super Bowl Saturday, Oct. 22


By Stephanie Timblin The Ellicottville Eagles Midget Football team is headed to the Cattaraugus County Midget Football League “A” Super Bowl. In a 25-16 defeat of the Salamanca Sabers during round two of the playoffs, the Eagles front seven, led by Harrison Newark, worked hard to move the ball every play against a much bigger defensive line. Touchdowns were scored ... Read More »

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