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Friday, November 8  Gin Mill, 9 p.m. RT & FJ Live Rod Tucker & Freddie Joseph return to the stage after last night’s triumphant musical extravaganza! After all that buildup, you’re going to HAVE to stop in and see (and hear) what they’re all about. Balloons, 7 p.m. The Ozone Rangers They’ve been doing their ZZ Top tribute stuff for ... Read More »

Great Ski and Boarding Flicks Coming Soon

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by Eva Potter Winter 2013-2014 is proving to be another year for great snow flicks! According to Pat Morgan, youth marketing manager at Holiday Valley, “We have two exciting events so far on the schedule.” The movie “McConkey” produced by MSP Films & Red Bull Media House, will be shown at The Depot on Nov. 23 at 8 p.m., with ... Read More »

You know you’re from Wainfleet if …

I didn’t want to do it, I really didn’t want to do it, you made me … No, not you. Former advertising genius and now a Fleeter, Wayne Hughes sent me an email yesterday that read: “You know you’re from Wainfleet if you notice all the recycled cans have bullet holes in them.” No, not this year I said to ... Read More »

CCB Asks: Can You Help Us Keep Kids Warm This Winter?

LITTLE VALLEY, NY — During the month of November, all eight CCB (Cattaraugus County Bank) locations will display red wagons. The red wagon is the national symbol of “America’s Promise” (a nationwide program that focuses on improving the lives of America’s youth). The wagons will serve as depositories for public donations of new hats and mittens. Local groups and schools ... Read More »

Connections: Wars and Conspiracies Make for Chilling Reading

  By Jeff Martin If youíre a JFK buff like me, 2013 marks 50 years since he was gunned down in Dallas on a sunny day. I like conspiracy theories, and anyone with a passing interest in such theories canít help but be fascinated by the JFK assassination. Was he killed by the lone gunman Lee Oswald, or was he ... Read More »

Sheriff’s Office Participates in Underage Drinking Initiative

Funded by Healthy Cattaraugus County: A Drug Free Coalition By Jann Wiswall Law enforcement has a major role to play in the county’s efforts to reduce underage drinking, but until recently, the Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Department has had limited resources to put toward the task. Now, with a $100,000 grant from Healthy Cattaraugus County (HCC): A Drug Free Coalition, the ... Read More »

Megan Young – Paying it Forward

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Ten year old Megan Young and her family have a vacation home in Ellicottville. During Fall Festival, Megan and her friends, Millard Young, Nick Critelli, Natalie Critelli and Alayna Susfolk, sold lemonade to people walking into town.  She raised $236.64 which she is donating to the Holiday Valley Lounsbury Adaptive Program. When asked why she was doing this Megan said, ... Read More »

Aidan Wilson Wins Poster Contest

Forever Plain, Plaid Tidings Congratulations to Aidan Wilson (ECS Grade 11) for winning the “Forever Plaid, Plaid Tidings” poster contest conducted by the Ellicottville Memorial Library.  His design will be used on posters and flyers to promote our upcoming show. He designed the artwork by looking at images of the original performances on a drawing tablet using Autodesk Sketchbook Pro ... Read More »

Upcoming Arts Events

  Nov. 8 • Opening Reception 6–8 p.m. “Fragments of Memory: Heather Kanazawa and Angela To” The Center Gallery, Jamestown Community College 260 N. Union St., Olean Wonderful examples of the excellent contemporary work being produced in the Southern Tier today. Free and open to the public. On view until Dec. 13.   Nov. 15 • Opening Reception 7–9 p.m. ... Read More »

Call for Artists!  Arts Council’s 5×7 Exhibition & Sale

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The Cattaraugus County Arts Council is encouraging artists and artisans to donate 5×7 works in any media for their fall fundraiser to be held Dec. 7, 2013, at 100 West Main St. in Allegany. Any works that are hangable are welcome, such as paintings, drawings, jewelry, glass, tiles, ornaments, sculpture, fabric, mixed media, etc. Three dimensional works, like jewelry and ... Read More »

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