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AT THE GIN MILL ‘Everything Old is New Again’

By Deb Everts Later this summer, the tradition will continue in Ellicottville when The Gin Mill reopens at its new home on the corner of Monroe and Washington streets. The establishment’s summer motto is, “Everything Old is New Again. August is coming.” The new Gin Mill building complex once housed the former DJ’s Restaurant, A Touch of Ellicottville and Bike ... Read More »

Slip on down to the Holiday Valley Mudslide this weekend

By Kellen M. Quigley It’s time to break out the running clothes and sneakers you don’t mind getting muddy, because it’s going to be a slip-sliding good time at Holiday Valley this weekend Holiday Valley Resort will host its eighth annual Mudslide Obstacle Trail Run on Saturday, June 15, and there’s a lot of fun in store for anyone looking ... Read More »

Great Valley Town Board approves potential food pantry at town hall

By Kellen M. Quigley A new place for area residents in need of a little extra food at the end of the month could soon be coming to the town of Great Valley. At its Monday meeting, the Great Valley Town Board approved a request by representatives from St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Ellicottville to pursue setting up a community ... Read More »

Ellicottville Cornell Cooperative Extension hosts WNY fashion show

Cattaraugus County hosted the Western New York District 4-H Fashion Revue at Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) in Ellicottville on Saturday, June 1. Twenty-one participants from Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Wyoming and Orleans counties modeled garments that they created. Leah Olejniczak, a member of the Creative Cardinals 4-H Club in Randolph, represented Cattaraugus County in the junior division showing a summer shirt and ... Read More »

Symposium at HV tackles marijuana legalization’s public health impact

By Tom Dinki While legalizing recreational marijuana use may seem like a yes or no question, the questions become a bit more complicated when thinking about it from a public health perspective.  What can research actually prove about the benefits and adverse side effects of marijuana? What’s the best way to store marijuana in a home with children? And just ... Read More »

We Are Tired A Collective Sigh from the Class of 2019

By Louisa Benatovich Student Reporter We don’t know when it became too much, but it did. It’s unbearable now. Every bit of it. We are itching to say goodbye, aching for it to be over. Every morning is a battle between duty and desire. We have played the game, rolling the dice and moving our pawns accordingly. The black-and-white checkers ... Read More »

Marsh moves back into head coaching role at F/E Former Salamanca boss hopes to continue Titans’ success

By Sam Wilson The Franklinville/Ellicottville football program didn’t have to look far for an experienced candidate to fill its coaching vacancy. Nor should the Titans have to look far to fill out their coaching staff. F/E happened to have a long-tenured former varsity coach with recent experience on staff when Chad Bartoszek chose to step down and accept a job ... Read More »

WVDP workers finish demo of treatment plant

Workers finished the last step in a demolition project by digging out and removing a concrete pad used to hold equipment for a facility that treated low-level waste at the West Valley Demonstration Project (WVDP) Site. “The WVDP team continues their demolition work in a safe and deliberate manner,” said Bryan Bower, EM WVDP director. “It is this methodical approach ... Read More »

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