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Rock ‘n’ Roll in Ellicottville This Weekend

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By Deb Everts Visitors to Ellicottville this weekend will once again have the opportunity to take a step back in time when the greaser look was in, their cars were hot rods and rock ‘n’ roll was king. The village’s annual Rock ‘n’ Roll Weekend begins Friday, Sept. 14 and continues through Sunday, Sept. 16. Presented by Northtown Automotive Group, ... Read More »

Springville’s GSA Makes Plans for School Year

By Rowan Potzler SGI Student Reporter Springville’s Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA), which meets on Thursdays right after school in Ms. Flint’s Room 146, met on Sept. 6 and elected its student officers. The club is run by Mrs. Degenfelder. The GSA at Springville, like every other one, is run by students. The club at Springville was started by its current president, ... Read More »

Griffins Strike Quick But Lose In Final Quarter

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By Rich Place Things couldn’t have gone any worse for Medina in the opening moments of their game last Friday against Springville. But then again, nothing could have been better than how it ended for them. After fumbling away their first two possessions, the Mustangs scored a go-ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter and an interception halted any opportunity for ... Read More »

Village Board Discusses Food Truck Regulations

By Rich Place The Springville Village Board on Monday spent the first hour of its meeting discussing potential food truck regulations, most notably where the vehicles can park and the fees to operate such a business. The village board reviewed recommendations from the Village Planning Board that added a section to village code specifically for mobile food vendors. The board agreed ... Read More »

Concord Mercantile Brings Together Springville History

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By Jolene Hawkins Do you ever wonder about where some of the buildings and businesses were located in Springville? Well, I am going to give you a history of the Concord Mercantile property, located on Franklin Street. Originally, Rufus Eaton purchased it in 1810 and a map from 1818 shows a distillery located there. What else has been there? Well, ... Read More »

SGI Junior Auditions for American Idol

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By Alicia Dziak Last weekend, SGI junior Alexandrea (Alex) Simmons celebrated her Sweet 16th in a big way—auditioning for American Idol. While she said she had always hoped to try out for the reality singing show, she had always been too young. “When they canceled the show I figured I’d never get my chance,” she said. “Then they brought it ... Read More »

Local Resident Celebrates 102nd Birthday

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By Rich Place Although reaching 100 years old is an accomplishment for anyone, lifelong Springville area resident Marion Ahles continues to remain active as she celebrated her 102nd birthday this week. This past summer she attended the Erie, Cattaraugus and Wyoming County Fairs, headed down to Fiddler’s Green Park for the Concerts in the Park and remains an active member of ... Read More »

XC Boys Win Small School Race at the Red Dragon Invitational

Submitted by Coach Chad Russell On Saturday, the Springville Cross Country Team competed in the Red Dragon Invitational.  The race was held at the Bemus Point golf course hosted by Maple Grove School. The course for the race is the same course that will be used for Sectionals, which is the end of the year race to see who will ... Read More »

SGI Golf Team Tees Off

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By Alicia Dziak As September continues to produce warm temps, it’s a great time for fall sports. At SGI, one of the sports offered this time of year is golf. “This year’s golf team consists of 16 players,” said golf coach and SES teacher Frank Noeson. “There are five seniors, one junior, four sophomores, three freshmen, two eighth graders and ... Read More »

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