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Learn to Ride at the Outpost Holiday Valley Burton Riglet Park Opens Dec. 21 • Great for Grommets

By Jon Barlow You’re 3 feet tall and have never strapped a plank of wood to either of your feet. The reason for this is that you are also very young. Secondly, this is the first time you have been introduced to a world-class ski area. Now imagine, if you will, finding a magical log house that “slid” down the ... Read More »

Village Holds Off Again on Hughey Alley One-Way Designation

By Jann Wiswall Ellicottville Mayor Charlie Coolidge was welcomed back by the Village Board on Monday, Dec. 9, after a health-related absence kept him from attending November’s meeting. Change to Local Law: His first action at the meeting was to open a second public hearing in as many months on the proposed amendment to Local Law #4 to change Hughey ... Read More »

E-Ville Spirits Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary on Dec. 18

Upstairs Tasting & Education Room Ready for Scotch Tasting Event Jan. 10 E-Ville Spirits Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary on Dec. 18 Upstairs Tasting & Education Room Ready for Scotch Tasting Event Jan. 10 By Jennie Acklin Shannon Carscallen is a busy person, always looking for new and innovative ways to bring the latest trends in wines and liquors to her customers. ... Read More »

Need Help Getting NY Health Insurance?

Healthy Community Alliance Is Here For You By Jann Wiswall If you’re a Cattaraugus County resident and are having difficulty enrolling for health insurance through New York’s insurance exchange — New York State of Health (NYSH) — you’re in luck. With a grant from the state, Healthy Community Alliance (HCA) in Gowanda is running an invaluable countywide “facilitated enrollment” program ... Read More »

New Event: Cycling Weekend at Holiday Valley

Distance Rides June 6–8 by Eva Potter Get ready for some rolling and steep hill riding during Holiday Valley’s new Cycling Weekend June 6–8, 2014. “We are targeting experienced cyclists who are comfortable riding 30–100+ miles per week and are able to ride 25+ miles per day,” said Katie DiDonato, general manager of the Inn at Holiday Valley and one ... Read More »

Irish Christmas Donations Top $4,000 Santa’s Workshop to Benefit • $475 Top Pie Auction Bid

By Jennie Acklin It was an evening of Christmas spirit to be remembered for many seasons to come. Bob McCarthy’s Irish Christmas fundraiser will only be truly appreciated by those who were there last Friday evening at the Gin Mill. It’s just too hard to believe that pies, albeit “celebrity pies,” were awarded to top bidders of $475, $450, $375, ... Read More »

CCIDA Approves Former American Locker Site at 16 Martha St.

  Resolution, Recapture Policy By Jann Wiswall The Cattaraugus County Industrial Development Agency’s board met on Tuesday, Dec. 10 for its last meeting of the calendar year. Members approved a SEQR (State Environmental Quality Review) and approving resolution for the property at 16 Martha Street (the former American Locker site) that is being developed for seasonal apartment rentals. It also ... Read More »

Ellicottville Entertainment Dec 13-19, 2013

Friday, Dec. 13 Gin Mill, 9 p.m. 2 Guys Drinkin’ Beer The “guys” are back in town … Ron & Terry will be playin’, singin’, and sippin’ some brewskis between their well-rounded assortment of classic hits from the past and present. Balloons, 7 p.m. The Porcelain Busdrivers Everyone’s favorite “big” band, these six “busdrivers” will rock the joint with their ... Read More »

Great Valley Town Board Discusses Stricter Zoning Laws

By Mary Fox The December Great Valley Town Board Meeting on Dec. 9 was preceded by a public hearing on updating zoning laws and possible changes to the Town of Great Valley Comprehensive Plan.  Items included looking into the use of trailers and campers as permanent residences, creating a mining district, fracking roads should they become necessary, windmills, property setbacks ... Read More »

Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign Needs Volunteers

Almost as big a part of the season as the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping is the sound of people ringing that familiar bell, hoping you’ll drop your change into the red kettle. The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign is in full swing, and if you can spare a couple hours, volunteering is a great way to give back ... Read More »

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