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Business Basics Course Offered by CCBVOC

Have you ever wanted to start your own business? If so, you’ll want to sign up and attend the Fall 2013 Business Basics course being offered by the Cattaraugus County Business & Veteran Outreach Center (CCBVOC). The CCBVOC, a service of the Cattaraugus County Economic Development, Planning & Tourism Department, provides entrepreneurial training to individuals with little or no prior ... Read More »

Save Money on Property Tax

Register for 2014 STAR Exemptions by Dec. 31 By Eva Potter If you are a homeowner, there is a tax-saving opportunity you won’t want to miss. If you own a house, condominium, cooperative apartment, manufactured home, farmhouse, mixed-use property (including apartment buildings, but only the owner-occupied portion) and it is your primary residence, then you may be eligible for Basic ... Read More »

Public Invited to Wilma Woolly Bear Weekend

WILMA the Woolly Bear Weekend is a new event created by the Department of Economic Development, Planning & Tourism of Cattaraugus County that we hope will become a yearly one! The buy local/shop local, family-orientated expo event, WILMA — We Invite Local Manufacturers & Artisans — will include items handmade or manufactured in Cattaraugus County by our local artisans, crafters ... Read More »

Healthy Cattaraugus County: A Drug Free Coalition Promotes Education and Awareness of Underage Drinking

By Eva Potter We all know about the dangers and consequences of drunk driving, but what about the risks of underage drinking? That’s where Healthy Cattaraugus County (HCC): A Drug Free Coalition comes in. “The Healthy Cattaraugus County (HCC) Drug Free Coalition’s purpose is to prevent underage drinking in Cattaraugus County and to promote healthy alternatives for youth in grades ... Read More »

Have You Heard About the New Alpaca Adventure Trail?

Regional Farms Welcome Visitors By Eva Potter Every year, the last weekend in September is designated National Alpaca Farm Days when regional alpaca farms open their doors to visitors, and this year the Ellicottville Times added a new local twist — the Alpaca Adventure Trail. It’s a fun way to experience many of the region’s alpaca farms, learn about the alpaca lifestyle, ... Read More »

East Otto Country Associates Holiday Open House November 2-3

by Jennie Acklin We are fortunate to live in an area where driving is a pleasure this time of year. There is no rush hour, no honking horns, and only an occasional traffic light or stop sign. The scenic hillsides are just waiting for their first dusting of snow. No malls, no crowds, just a quiet afternoon drive. Sounds idyllic, ... Read More »

Let Your Smartphone Do the Walking You’re Only an App Away from EVL Adventures

By Victoria Detmering  Welcome to Ellicottville, let the adventure begin! You’re only a click away from navigating new adventures. To help make your decision easier, why not use one of the dozens of apps available on your smartphone? Do you have an adventurous spirit? More into shopping? Of course there’s an app for that! Want to learn more about beer ... Read More »

EVL Cheese Now Open in the Heart of Ellicottville

By Alicia Dziak Ellicottville is now home to a fabulous new cheese shop. EVL Cheese Company is located at 5 Washington St., in the plaza next to Kwik Fill. The company’s tag line of “Sliced from the Cuba Cheese Shoppe” is very fitting. EVL Cheese Company is owned by Sarah Bradley, whose parents, Jeff and Jane Bradley, have owned Cuba ... Read More »

The Kinzua Sky Walk Experience

By Eva Potter It was a gorgeous, top-down, convertible kind of day in the mid-70s with a gentle breeze—a rare and perfect Indian Summer day in October. The kind of day where you drop everything and head outside to enjoy every last ray of sunshine. So, my husband and I, along with some friends, set out on a trip to ... Read More »

Holiday Art Sale at Holiday Valley

Routes to Art Annual Event on Nov. 16 This holiday season, there’s no better way to find unique gifts and to support local artisans than to shop the fourth annual Routes to Art Holiday Sale on Saturday, Nov. 16. Produced by the Cattaraugus County Arts Council, the Holiday Sale moves this year to the new Lodge at Holiday Valley in ... Read More »

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