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Good Luck Hunters! Opening Day Nov. 18

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By Hannes Dziak Well, it’s that time of year. Alarm goes of at 4:15 a.m.— not that it matters because you were awake all night with heavy anticipation of what the morning might bring. Nope, I’m not referring to Christmas, but to the other “holiday” that many western New Yorkers can’t wait for—opening day of regular season for big game. ... Read More »

WNY Bucket List: Coffee Shops

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By Jennifer Weber Some people need a cup or two to jump start their day. Double double? Black? Or even non-fat, no whipped flat white with one shot of caramel and two shots of vanilla and a few ice cubes? No matter how you like it, you know where to find your favorite coffee shop and nearest coffee fix. Here ... Read More »

Gobble for Groceries This Thanksgiving

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By Alicia Dziak Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks for everything you have, and also a time to give back to those who might not have as much. In Springville, a great way to give back on Thanksgiving morning is Gobble for Groceries, a 5K and fun walk to benefit the Trading Post. Located at 38 Franklin Street in ... Read More »

Spc. Baker’s Name Nominated for New Bridge Over Catt. Creek

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By Rich Place Last week, the Concord Town Board nominated Spc. Brian K. Baker, a Springville native who died in 2004 while serving during Operation Iraqi Freedom, to be honored by naming the new bridge over the Cattaraugus Creek in his memory. The town board, during its Nov. 9 meeting, unanimously approved the nomination, which is part of Assemblyman David ... Read More »

Serving Up Amazing Pies at The Pizza Glen

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By Carlee Frank During the 16th century, tomatoes were brought to Europe from Peru and were widely believed to be poisonous. They eventually entered the diets of the poor of Naples, Italy and were placed as toppings on flat yeast dough. The dough has a longer history, but this Napolitano dish is accepted as the first simple pizza. Since then, ... Read More »

SYI Indoor Soccer 2018

Once again this year, Springville Youth Inc. (SYI) will be offering a winter indoor soccer program for students in grades 3-6. Games will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, January through March 2018 and the Springville Middle School. Cost is $25 and includes a t-shirt. Registration is now open at www.syionline.org, and closes Dec. 15. Read More »

SGI Board Announces Timeline for Capital Project, New Director of Facilities

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By Jennifer Weber The Springville-Griffth Institute Board of Education held their monthly business meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 6:30 p.m. and opened with a presentation of the fall sports season report given by student athletes. School Board President Allison Duwe gave a recap of issues the board discussed at their workshop meeting held on Oct. 24 regarding the future ... Read More »

DEC Announces Summer Camp Registration Dates

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos announced today that online registration for the agency’s 2018 Summer Camps program will open Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018, at 10 a.m. Applications should be submitted through the online registration program available through a link from the Summer Camps website. Parents and guardians are encouraged to register early since some ... Read More »

Vet Talks Pets: Thanksgiving Safety for Your Pets

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By Sheila Fitzpatrick, DVM Thanksgiving is a fabulous, food- fille” holiday for families, but not necessarily the best  holiday for your pet! As you are preparing the most delicious meal of the year in your kitchen, while the rest of the family is enjoying football and a relaxing day off, your pet may be contemplating just what table scraps he/she ... Read More »

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