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It’s ‘Your Turn’ for a Girls Ski Day at Holiday Valley

By Kellen M. Quigley Professional skier Lisa Densmore Ballard will lead a ski clinic exclusively for women beginning next Thursday at Holiday Valley. Holiday Valley Snowsports School is featuring the seventh annual “Your Turn” women’s clinic on Thursday and Friday, Jan. 30 and 31, led by Ballard, a widely acclaimed coach, instructor and ski racer and assisted by several of ... Read More »

Three generations make a home at HoliMont

By Deb Everts The HoliMont experience has been a tradition with an Ontario, Canada, family for over 50 years.  Seeking an ideal winter vacation spot for their family, the late Gord and late Stella Wilkinson joined HoliMont Ski Resort the second year it was open. For three generations, the family has traveled from Burlington, Ontario, to enjoy winter sports at ... Read More »

Week 3: HoliMont U16 Ladies sweep podium at Toggenburg

By Caitlin Croft U21/19/16 Alpine Racing continued with the second weekend of the Page Cup Series. Athletes traveled to Cortland to race a Giant Slalom at Greek Peak and a Slalom at Toggenburg in Fabius. HoliMont and Holiday Valley athletes are racing in hopes of qualifying for the annual Empire State Games. Day One – Giant Slalom U21/19 Ladies: Rory ... Read More »

Animals large and small feel clean and loved at Rover Makeovers

By Ginna Hensel Clients become family at the local Rover Makeovers at 16 Elizabeth St. in Ellicottville. A family-run business by Teresa Wagner and her daughter, Rover Makeovers has been part of the community for over a decade. Here, an emphasis is placed on pet comfort and safety. Rover Makeovers puts an emphasis on safety and comfort by allowing owners ... Read More »

Board of Education bids farewell to long-time BOCES staffer Tom Potter

By Ginna Hensel During the Ellicottville Board of Education’s Jan. 14 meeting, Superintendent Bob Miller and the board gave a farewell to long-time BOCES staffer Tom Potter. Miller said Potter is “a fair man who always looked out for the district.” Potter is retiring from BOCES this year and he will be “dearly missed” by the Ellicottville school district.   ... Read More »

Clymer, Wiggers stop Ellicottville’s four-game win streak

And in the end, it was Wiggers’ Pirates who came out on top.  Emilee Ruiz caught fire for the Ellicottville girls basketball team. Emma Wiggers eventually did the same for Clymer.  The 5-foot-8 junior forward scored 18 points, including 11 in a momentum-swinging second quarter, and pulled down 11 rebounds to guide Clymer to a 53-42 non-league victory on Tuesday ... Read More »

Auditions for ‘Southern Tier’s Got Talent’ coming Feb. 8

By Deb Everts Auditions for the second annual “Southern Tier’s Got Talent” competition will take place Saturday, Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. at the Ray Evans Seneca Theater on Main Street. Organizer Glenn Wahl said this year’s talent show will have a couple of changes. He said auditions will be closed to the public so contestants will not perform in ... Read More »

Ellicottville Chamber thankful for village tree lights support

Several years ago, the Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce took on the responsibility of providing and installing the beautiful tree lighting on Washington and Monroe streets. Since then, the chamber has been experimenting with various types of lights and, unfortunately, they have had their hands full keeping them working. Weather conditions have been the major factor in the failures and the ... Read More »

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