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Eat Healthy and Stay On Budget

By Kim Duke Do you feel like as an adult, life seems like an endless array of bills?  That we continuously move forward so that we can keep up with the arrival of the endless amount of mail/bills that need to be paid? AND, on top of bills, it feels like the price of everything you need in life continuously ... Read More »

Rock and Roll & Awesome Cars

By Alicia Dziak Do you want to rock and roll all night and party every day this weekend? Rock and roll is here to stay Friday, Saturday and Sunday when all of Ellicottville turns into a stage for Rock and Roll Weekend. Whether you like your rock classic, modern, bluesy or something in between, this celebration of all things rock ... Read More »

Pumpkinville Opens This Weekend

By Mary Heyl It’s finally here: the opening weekend of Pumpkinville! Enjoyed by over 100,000 visitors each year, the area’s most beloved fall destination opens on Saturday, Sept. 16 at 9 a.m. For the next six weeks, Pumpkinville will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. until Halloween.  This year, the Pawlowski family is excited to announce that ... Read More »


By Alicia Dziak If you’ve been waiting for an excuse to check out Griffis Sculpture Park, that excuse is here. NIGHT LIGHTS at the park are back and run on select evenings through Sunday, Oct. 8. Griffis Sculpture Park will again be illuminated with colorful and theatrical lighting for the fifth consecutive year. “We are thrilled to welcome back NIGHT ... Read More »

An Interview with New ECS Supt. Bob Miller

By Elizabeth Riggs New ECS Superintendent Bob Miller first started working in the Ellicottville School District in July 2005 as the Middle School/High School Principal. On July 1, he began his term as the Superintendent, filling the shoes of former Superintendent Mark Ward, who retired after 42 years in education. As the torch is passed from one leader to the ... Read More »

National Alpaca Farm Days Sept. 23-24

By Mary Heyl Enjoy the first full weekend of autumn by exploring a local alpaca farm (or two!) during National Alpaca Farm Days on Saturday, Sept. 23 and Sunday, Sept. 24! Although any weekend is a great weekend to visit with these soft, gentle animals, National Alpaca Farm Days is unique in that it is a nation-wide event when alpaca ... Read More »

CLAWS Update

By Caitlin Croft Cats Lives Are Worth Saving (CLAWS), a local organization, is looking for donations. They have been working for a year now trapping, spaying or neutering stray cats in the village and then releasing them. About 12 cats have been spayed or neutered thus far by Dr. Tim O’Leary of the Almost Home Animal Sanctuary. The organization is run by ... Read More »

Memorial Plaque to be Presented Sept. 21 at Ellicottville American Legion Post 659

By Jennie Acklin Bill O’Brien, Third Vice-Commander of the Concord American Legion Post 431, and a Vietnam War veteran will be presenting a memorial plaque at the Ellicottville American Legion on Thursday, Sept. 21 at 8 p.m. He has been working on this project for several months, researching the names and stories of servicemen who died in service during World ... Read More »

Health & Fitness: Boot Camp at Core Performance

By Kim Duke BOOT CAMP.  Words to describe how our military train.  There are no better role models for strong bodies than our men and women in the military.  Boot camp is comprised of four key principles: fortitude, endurance, agility and power. The goal is to improve mobility, speed and stamina to outwork and outlast the opposition. Every summer, Core ... Read More »

Three EVL Races Coming Up

By Alicia Dziak On your mark, get set, go! The fall race season is just getting started and now’s the time to sign up! Right here in Ellicottville, you have your pick. On Saturday, Oct. 7, the Annual Fall Festival 5K Run kicks off at 9:30 a.m. from Holiday Valley, when runners take to the local streets on this fun, ... Read More »

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