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Outdoor Adventure: Oh Deer! What to Do With You?

By Indrek Kongats Regular season deer hunting will be over next weekend. So what will you do after the season ends? And what will you do with your deer, (hopefully you got one!)? Well, here is an idea. Besides the venison, which we all savor, the deer’s hide is also of value, especially to a fisherman. For the fly fisherman, ... Read More »

Health & Fitness: Tips for a Healthier Holiday Season

By Kim Duke, NETA & AAFA Certified Trainer Well, it’s that time again – the holidays!  Time to eat, drink and be merry.  I am certainly not going to preach to my readers about what to eat or how much to drink.  But, what I will do is share some tips I have been trying to follow to avoid the inevitable ... Read More »

Ellicottville Seeks Grant to Digitize Cemetery Records

By Christopher Gordon In an attempt to make finding someone who is deceased easier, the Ellicottville Town Board is seeking to obtain a grant which would digitize records and make finding the person in question one click away. “It will be searchable and can be put on the website,” Ellicottville Town Clerk Robyn George said during the Town Board meeting ... Read More »

Local Hoops Scene: ECS and College Basketball

By Indrek Kongats The season has begun for ECS hoops teams, starting with modified girls playing one game this past week and two the next. This past Tuesday, the girls played away at Franklinville and this coming Monday, will have their home opener against Olean, start time is 5 p.m. They will also play at home on Wednesday, Nov. 30 ... Read More »

Ellicottville Food Pantry Provides Assistance to Those in Need

By Daniel Meyer The holiday season is here and for those who are less fortunate for any reason, a small but extremely dedicated team of volunteers is making an effort to help provide comfort and hope to people who need just a little something extra not only during the holidays, but throughout the year. The Ellicottville Food Pantry helps hundreds ... Read More »

Outdoor Adventure: First Tracks

By Indrek Kongats With the first snow sticking to the ground, it is a sure sign that the ski season is close behind. I enjoy snowshoeing, cross country skiing and, most importantly, skiing and snowboarding. When the slopes get covered with that first significant blanket of white stuff, enough to make the first run down the hill it’s like being ... Read More »

Health & Fitness- Exercising When Sick: Should You or Shouldn’t You?

By Kim Duke, NETA & AAFA Certified Trainer You have been so great about your new exercise routine, rarely missing a day since you started up again. Then, all of a sudden, you are waylaid by a cold or flu. What should you do? Should you skip the treadmill or forsake that Pilates class for a late afternoon nap? Will it ... Read More »

Outdoor Adventure: Ellicottville Earns Nickname Televille, USA

By Indrek Kongats Telemark skiing is not only a technique, it’s a lifestyle adopted by the purest skier, whose motto is ‘Free Your Heel, Free Your Mind.” It’s what meditation is to yoga— at peace with your inner self and connection with nature with minimal equipment in between. The term “Telemark” originates from Norway from the region of Telemark, made ... Read More »

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