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Students Present Innovators Showcase at SGI Board Meeting


Rachel O’Neal (left) and Lexi Blesy present videos they created to promote SGI’s winter sports. The project was done for the sports marketing class. By Alicia Dziak The SGI school board held its regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 16 after the December meeting was canceled due to weather. During the opening public comment session, Mary Jane Miess announced a donation ... Read More »

A LOOK BACK- The Jureller Murder: Part Two


By Jolene Hawkins Last week, this column looked back on the mysterious 1936 death of Christina Mary Jureller of Springville. Her body was found on the Indian Reservation, appearing to have been severely beaten, and it was discovered that she had been pregnant, despite being described by everyone that knew her as a home body who never left the house. ... Read More »

Springville Area Chamber Announces 2018 Annual Award Winners

By Jennifer Weber The Springville Area Chamber of Commerce 2018 Annual Award Dinner will be held on Saturday, Feb. 3 from 6 -9 p.m. at St. Aloysius Hall, 190 Franklin Street in Springville. This year’s winners that will be honored at the event are: • Business of the Year – Emerling Dealerships • Nonprofit of the Year – Concord Historical ... Read More »

Springville Native Offers Counseling Services


By Alicia Dziak In life, everyone comes across times when they might feel “stuck.” When that happens, counseling can be one way of getting back to where one wants to be. A new therapeutic venue is now available right in Springville that offers a variety of services that can help during difficult times. Meaghan Heighway, LMHC, has recently opened up ... Read More »

Meals on Wheels Seeks Volunteers in Springville


By Alicia Dziak If you are looking for a way to truly make a difference right here in Springville, Meals and Wheels for WNY is in need of volunteers. Since 1969, Meals on Wheels for WNY, a non-profit agency, has been serving the Greater Buffalo area, to provide homebound seniors and disabled individuals with hot, healthy meals every day. The ... Read More »

A Healthier 2018 You: The Art of Stretching


By Carlee Frank Hello there! Have you stayed on track with your health and fitness goals this week? So far, we’ve discussed the first steps to a healthy diet, figured out how to fit exercise into our busy weeks and talked about the realities of the current food industry. While these challenges might seem overwhelming now, remain dedicated and you ... Read More »

Winter Olympics 101: Biathlon, Cross Country and Nordic Combined

By Alicia Dziak Only a few more weeks before the XXIII Olympic Winter Games kick off in PyeongChang, South Korea. The Olympics offer something for everyone — whether you’re an athlete or not, who doesn’t love a little international competition among the world’s finest athletes? The bonus is that they’re competing in sports we don’t usually get to watch live. ... Read More »

Local Ski Racing: Goetz Sweeps the Weekend in Excelsior Cup Opener

By Caitlin Croft U14 Athletes from the west side of the state traveled to Kissing Bridge and Holiday Valley for a Slalom and Giant Slalom, respectively. This was the first weekend of competition for this age group. To qualify for State Championships, each race is scored as three individual results: First Run, Second and Overall. To qualify for States, the ... Read More »

WNY Farm Show Feb. 1-3

Bringing together the region’s farming community and the services necessary for daily operations is the goal of the eighth annual Western New York Farm Show, scheduled to be held Feb. 1 to 3 at the Erie County Fairgrounds. The exposition is sponsored by the Erie County Agricultural Society. The Western New York Farm Show strives to educate farmers from around ... Read More »

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