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Steelbound of Springville moves closer to opening with sneak peek fundraiser

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  By Kellen M. Quigley The Steelbound name known so well in Ellicottville will soon be a household word in Springville when Bill Bursee expands his brewery and restaurant business with a second location this fall. Located in the old Robinson Knife Factory that stood on the site at 243 West Main St. about a century ago, Steelbound Brewery & ... Read More »

SGI school board hears update on capital project

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The Springville-Griffith Institute Board of Education had much to discuss at its latest meeting as the new school year approaches, including the status of the ongoing capital project.

By Ely Schosek Student Reporter The Springville-Griffith Institute Board of Education met Aug. 6 for its second monthly meeting of the summer, and with the start of a new school year approaching, there was much to discuss. Following the opening of the meeting, there was a formal motion to approve Jessica Schuster as the board’s representative to the Erie County ... Read More »

Springville Center for the Arts has plenty planned for September

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By Alex Simmons As the weather and the leaves start to change and the fall season comes upon us, Springville Center for the Arts offers many workshops and opportunities for you to get involved with your local theater. For a little something to occupy you from colder temperatures, you can come check out The Gallery, which is open for the ... Read More »

SGI school board hears update on capital project

Photo by Ely Schosek
The Springville-Griffith Institute Board of Education had much to discuss at its latest meeting as the new school year approaches, including the status of the ongoing capital project.

By Ely Schosek Student Reporter   The Springville-Griffith Institute Board of Education met Aug. 6 for its second monthly meeting of the summer, and with the start of a new school year approaching, there was much to discuss. Following the opening of the meeting, there was a formal motion to approve Jessica Schuster as the board’s representative to the Erie ... Read More »

Fine artists, artisan crafters wanted for Colden Festival

The annual Colden Festival has a few spots left for fine artists and artisan crafter makers.  Festival dates are Sept. 7 and 8 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Colden. Fine artistes 10 linear feet of snow fence is only $30. Artisan crafters can display their goods in a 10-by-10-foot space for $60. Attendance for both days is required. ... Read More »

Presentation to be held Wednesday on medical aspects of the Civil War

The Western New York Civil War Society, in conjunction with Echoes Through Time and the Lucy Bensley Center, will host a presentation by Henry Pogodzinski on the medical aspects of the Civil War. Pogodzinski, a former president of the Buffalo Civil War Roundtable, will talk about various facets of the Civil War medical field. The presentation will be held at ... Read More »

Concord Senior Center to celebrate 3rd anniversary Saturday

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The Concord Senior Center is celebrating its third anniversary this weekend and is inviting the public to stop down and see all that the center offers to the community.

By Kellen M. Quigley A staple in the Springville community for three years now, the Concord Senior Center will celebrate its third anniversary this Saturday with a special open house. From 4 to 6 p.m. on Aug. 17, all are welcome to visit the center at 40 Commerce Drive in Springville to see all that the seniors are up to, ... Read More »

Reed visits West Valley site to view results of funds

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Bryan Bower (left), U.S. Department of Energy director at the West Valley Demonstration Project site speaks with U.S. Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning, during 
at site tour Tuesday.

By Rick Miller U.S. Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning, visited the West Valley Demonstration Project Tuesday, saying it helps justify his support for the nuclear cleanup. “They wanted to show us the results of what $75 million a year for seven years looks like,” Reed said after what has become an annual tour. “To see firsthand the results of the investments ... Read More »

Concord Town Board sets upcoming budget session times

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By Kellen M. Quigley The August meeting for the Concord Town Board was a relatively quiet one. When accepting the monthly reports, Town Supervisor Clyde Drake said the code enforcement officer is doing a great job, and the dog control officer had to serve 11 summons in the past month and is also working hard. From the courts reports, Drake ... Read More »

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