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Maren Bush is the new elementary principal at ECS

By Deb Everts A new principal is at the helm of the Ellicottville Elementary School. Maren Bush started her dual position as Elementary Principal/Director of Curriculum on Dec. 3. Bush was appointed to the position upon the recommendation of Robert Miller, Superintendent of Schools, at a board of education meeting held Nov. 6. The appointment came after William Delity, who ... Read More »

Village Planning Board approves medical office site plan for Park Square

By Caitlin Croft Plans for a new medical office at 5 Park Square was approved by the Ellicottville Village Planning Board at its most recent meeting. This would be a proposed first-floor office with residence on the second floor. A handicap ramp would be built on the east side and exterior exit from the second floor would be added on ... Read More »

Outdoor Adventure Cross Country Ski and Social at ASP

What better way to start the new year than to try a new sport? On Wednesday, Jan. 2, Allegany Nordic Ski Patrol and the Environmental Education Department have teamed up to host an evening cross country ski on the Art Roscoe trails of Allegany State Park followed by a social in the Summit Warming Hut. Cross country skiing is an ... Read More »

Great Valley to have tree lighting in memorial park

By Kellen M. Quigley A tree lighting in the memorial park at the corner of Route 98 and Humphrey Road will help celebrate the holidays in Great Valley, the town board recently decided. The “Lighting the Tree Event” was established Dec. 10 at the Great Valley Town Board meeting with plans to make it an annual event with an official ... Read More »

Merry Christmas Break Time For Fun

By Kellen Quigley It’s the most wonderful time of the year, especially for the kids (and hopefully some adults) who have the rest of 2018 off from school or work. In between times of family and community celebration, there’s plenty of opportunities for seemingly endless fun over this holiday break. You can hit the slopes at HoliMont or Holiday Valley. ... Read More »

Holiday Valley Tubing set for Friday opening

By Kellen M. Quigley Looking for something that’s fun for everyone and all you have to do is sit down, hang on and experience the exhilaration of pure winter fun? There’s no better way to celebrate the first day of winter and the start of the school recess than by spending the afternoon at Holiday Valley Tubing Co. on its ... Read More »

The Birdwalk reopens Thursday, offering same fine dining and unique atmosphere

By Deb Everts After nearly half a century of serving the public fine food – and after a year’s hiatus – local eatery The Birdwalk restaurant has opened its doors again. The popular dining establishment reopened for the dinner crowd on Dec. 20. The interior hasn’t changed much and still has the same unique rustic atmosphere with antiques on display. ... Read More »

Ellicottville students get in the holiday spirit

By Louisa Benatovich, Student Reporter Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but ECS is so delightful! There’s nothing more pleasurable than the happiness and good-nature that come with the holidays. Christmas not only means a vacation from school but also potlucks, movies in class, assemblies and gift exchanges. As the holiday draws nearer, ECS students enjoy the school’s wintery magic. ... Read More »

New coach hopes to keep up consistency with ECS girls hoops

By Sam Wilson There’s a new face on the bench leading the Ellicottville girls basketball team, but Chelsea Cole hopes to keep things as familiar as possible for the Eagles. As the school’s JV girls coach last year, Cole has a familiarity with the program and its players. And she hopes to keep up consistency with how her predecessor, Chad ... Read More »

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