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Penguin Paddle Saturday, Feb. 25!


By Alicia Dziak It’s that time of year again when the annual Penguin Paddle makes its way to Holiday Valley. On Saturday, Feb. 25, you too can be part of the fun in this fundraiser for HV’s Lounsbury Adaptive program. The Lounsbury Adaptive Ski Program (LASP) was founded by dedicated ski patrollers with the cooperation and support of Holiday Valley ... Read More »

Town/Village Boards to Hire Engineer for DPW Plan


By Jann Wiswall The Town of Ellicottville’s board continues to work with the Village board to create a new department of public works. The department will be headed by a director who will oversee a joint water/sewer district, as well as the town’s highway department and the village’s existing public works department. During its board meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 15, ... Read More »

March Into Randolph


By Mary Heyl Has the weather driven you to the point of cabin fever? Have you been shopping online to avoid long and potentially dangerous trips in the car? Has it been awhile since you took a leisurely walk through Randolph’s downtown? If you answered “yes” to at least one of these questions, then it’s time to visit Randolph, and ... Read More »

Winter Outdoors at Allegany State Park


By Indrek Kongats There are so many great outdoor activities during the winter months at ASP that you hardly know where to begin. First and foremost are the great many accommodations that are offered. Staying in the park is peaceful in the winter time and an opportunity to just relax. If you do start getting cabin fever, think about going ... Read More »

Ellicottville Wedding Accommodations


By Mary Heyl Delicious restaurants, beautiful venues, and scenic views—these are just a few great reasons to plan your wedding in Ellicottville! As you’re planning your big day, don’t forget one of the best reasons to say “I do” in Ellicottville: the village’s variety of beautiful accommodations for the bride and groom, their guests and the bridal party. There are ... Read More »

Help Find Hope for Grace


Little Grace was recently found abandoned outside Salamanca, NY. The veterinarian estimates her to be an eight- week-old shepherd mix. Grace has already lost one limb and may lose a second. It’s the vet’s best guess that her injuries are at least two weeks old, which means this poor little girl was left alone in the middle of winter to ... Read More »

May Lineup at Seneca Allegany Features Sports and Entertainment, Tickets On Sale Feb. 24

The power of sports and the timelessness of classic entertainment highlight the May 2017 schedule announced for the Seneca Allegany Events Center at Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino. Seneca Fight Night: King of the Cage MMA comes to the Seneca Allegany Events Center for the first time on Saturday, May 6 at 7 p.m. This will be the first mixed ... Read More »

Ellicottville Entertainment, Feb. 24-March 2, 2017

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24 Gin Mill 9 p.m. • Joseph & Johnson Balloons 7 p.m. • Jason Ricci and the Bad Kind 10 p.m. • Ade Adu Villaggio 8 p.m. • Geno McManus The River Bar – Seneca Allegany 10 p.m. • Past Masters SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25 Main Lodge – T-Bar 3 p.m.• Jay MacDonald Balloons 6 p.m. • The Paul ... Read More »

The March Into March and to the Big Dance

By Indrek Kongats If you are a basketball player, parent of a player or just a loyal fan, this time of year is what it’s all about, to determine who is the best of the best. How do you stack up as a team and as a player to the rest of the state? There are no do-overs, no second ... Read More »

ECS PTO Seeks Volunteers to Benefit Students

By Elizabeth Riggs Fresh off the heels of a record turnout for the second annual Talent Show, the Ellicottville Central School’s PTO is running on all cylinders with events planned to benefit the school this spring. This year’s Talent Show, which took place on Wednesday, Feb. 15, featured nearly 40 student performances with everything from hula hoop acts to stand-up ... Read More »

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