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Hit the links in Ellicottville and beyond

By Kellen M. Quigley With summer-like temperatures and blue skies on the horizon, it’s the perfect time to hit the links for a round or two in the Enchanted Mountains must-play golf courses. Whether looking for a weekend getaway with family or friends, or just a quick nine after work some weekday, there are several courses just a short drive ... Read More »

Work on EVGV Trail to begin soon

By Deb Everts Construction on the Ellicottville-Great Valley Trail is expected to begin this summer. Mark Alainello, of MDA Engineering, said they now have written land rights on all the properties that they need to work on the trail from the Ellicottville town center over to Tim Hortons on Route 219. So far, the only thing that has been completed ... Read More »

ECS presents $13.1 million school budget with 2 percent tax increase

By Louisa Benatovich Student Reporter A $13.1 million budget with a 2 percent increase in the tax levy will be presented to Ellicottville Central School District voters when they attend the polls on May 21. The levy, now under the jurisdiction of the statewide 2 percent tax cap, assures Ellicottville residents the second lowest tax rate in Western New York. ... Read More »

Corporate Cup coaches eager to put on a show, compete for victories

By Sam Wilson The Corporate Cup Soccer Showcase keeps growing, and the coaches involved hope their teams can put on another pair of exciting fans for the area’s soccer supporters to watch. The third annual NY/PA Corporate Cup Soccer Showcase starts at 1 p.m. with a girls game, followed by a boys game at 4, on Saturday at Pitt-Bradford’s Kessel ... Read More »

M&T Bank of Ellicottville helping sponsor Tuscan Moon 2019

For the fifth year in a row, M&T Bank is sponsoring Tuscan Moon 2019. This fabulous event is held on the last Saturday before Labor Day every year. M&T, as a Silver Sponsor, helps Rotary’s Foundation for Youth and Family Support for Ellicottville carry out their mission in Ellicottville. Whether it is helping those in need or special youth programs, ... Read More »

Ellicottville Students Venture Abroad A Weekend at the Rotary Club’s SLAPSHOT Leadership Camp

By Louisa Benatovich Student Reporter None of us knew what to expect when we exited the car. The air was colder than in Ellicottville, a consequence of being further north, but the surrounding trees and hills were reminiscent of home. Canterbury Hills, the campground in Ancaster, Ontario, was much smaller than we had expected. There were 10 cabins littered across ... Read More »

ECS begins year-end preparations

By Louisa Benatovich Student Reporter The May 7 Board of Education meeting got off to a slow and relaxed start in the Ellicottville High School library. With no special presentations, Superintendent Bob Miller was yielded the floor.  According to his report, testing for the Emergency Capital Project tiling is soon set to proceed. Still transitioning from the flooding that occurred ... Read More »

Ellicottville’s Nannen Arboretum sees cleanup work from CTE class

By Deb Everts Thanks to the Natural Resources class at Ellicottville’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) Center, the Nannen Arboretum in Ellicottville is getting a good clean up and a fresh start for the spring and summer season.  Instructor Dave Swaciak said his students in the junior class went to the arboretum behind Ellicottville’s town center May 8 to work ... Read More »

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