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The Rundown on Spring Races and Walks

By Kellen M. Quigley If you need that extra push to get out and hit the trails or the pavement, this spring is chock full of running opportunities for a great cause. Whether you prefer a half marathon or a fun walk, there’s something for everyone for all levels and abilities to take part in this season. April 28, SAPS ... Read More »

HoliMont members to hit the slopes one last time this weekend

By Deb Everts HoliMont Ski Resort has not wrapped up its ski season in Ellicottville just yet. The slopes are closed this week, April 7–12, but Marketing Director Greg Culver said they will reopen this coming weekend, Saturday, April 13 and Sunday, April 14 for members to have one last “hurrah.”  Culver said he’s guessing there will be 12 to ... Read More »

Town of E’ville Bicentennial planning moving along

By Deb Everts Plans for the Town of Ellicottville Bicentennial are moving along but, with 2020 less than a year away, there is still much to do. The planning committee met March 27 and welcomes anyone who would like to help out. Dawn Westfall, president of the Ellicottville Historical Society, said they had a good crowd of 10 at their ... Read More »

Easter Egg hunt in Ellicottville April 20

The Ellicottville Fire Department will hold their annual Easter Egg hunt at 1 p.m. April 20at the Village Park, weather permitting. In case of bad weather, it will be at the Ellicottville Fire Department All ages welcome to participate. Organizers will have 2,000 filled plastic eggs as well as special prize eggs in the different age categories who will win ... Read More »

Eagles looking to develop young baseball players in 2019

By Sam Wilson  There’s no denying it for Chris Mendell: his Ellicottville varsity baseball squad is young and inexperienced. The Eagles return four starters, and two other letterwinners, from last season’s team, which went 7-10 with a first-round playoff loss. In their its two games, Ellicottville started five sophomore and two freshman. “We definitely lack in experience and that’s something ... Read More »

Great Valley Town Board approves mowing bid for ’19

By Kellen M. Quigley In preparation for the nice weather, the Great Valley Town Board at its regular meeting April 8 awarded the mowing contract for town properties for 2019. Marshal DePonceau of MAD Property Management, of Salamanca, was awarded the maintenance of seven of the town’s properties with the low bid of $7,250. Town Supervisor Daniel Brown said DePonceau ... Read More »

Gas prices continue to climb with spring travel increases

As more cars are on the road this month for spring travel, New York gas prices have risen more than 5 cents per gallon in the past two weeks, averaging $2.74 per gallon earlier this week. In Ellicottville Tuesday, gas prices at the Kwik Fill on Washington Street were $2.73 per gallon, just once cent below the state average. Gas ... Read More »

Ski season meets golf season

Hit the slopes and play a quick nine at Holiday Valley this April By Kellen M. Quigley Nearly every year, there comes a short time frame when those who really take advantage of all Holiday Valley has to offer can enjoy both winter and summer activities in the same weekend. April marks not only the end of the ski season ... Read More »

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