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Deadline Approaching For Lease Agreement With Village, Fire Company

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By Rich Place The Village of Springville and Springville Volunteer Fire Company Inc. have yet to reach an agreement on rental payments for space at the fire hall, located at 405 W. Main St., for the village’s fire apparatus. After updating the village board on Monday about a recent meeting in which the two sides failed to come to an ... Read More »

Concord Town Board Addresses Spring Break Storm

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By Alicia Dziak Following the recent power outage throughout much of the Town of Concord, the town’s regular board meeting on Thursday, April 12 began with public comment from a resident questioning whether there is a central location for residents to get information in case of emergency. Supervisor Clyde Drake said there is an emergency protocol, also noting that the ... Read More »

A Look Back: Springville’s Roots in Music History

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By Jolene Hawkins Looking back to music in our area, to the good ‘ole days, did you know that Springville was originally called Fiddler’s Green?  As early as 1815, there were fiddlers that played in a log tavern in town, which adjoined the “green” area. This tavern was a favorite resort for fiddlers who came to learn and practice the ... Read More »

Student-Led Presentations Highlight School Board Meeting

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By Rich Place If there was ever a time for SGI Superintendent Kimberly Moritz to tell the board she is headed to the U.S. Department of Education to present ways Springville is “reimagining education,” perhaps following three student-led presentations was a good time to do it. Moritz told the board at its Tuesday meeting that she, along with high school ... Read More »

Carpet World Owners Bid Farewell to Main Street

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By Rich Place For 25 years, greeting customers and helping them with their flooring needs — all while raising a family — has been the lives of Joe and Stacie Decker. And although it’s been a fruitful and worthwhile endeavor, new opportunities for the couple, who own Carpet World on East Main Street in Springville, have led them to the ... Read More »

Girls Track, Franklinville Invitational Results

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Photo by Jaime Dickinson 1st Place Finishes: 4 x 200 Relay: Payton Rowe, Evelyn Smith, Brooke Walker, Lexi Moriarty Steeplechase Relay: Sonya Krezmien, Hannah Goetz, Lizzy Miranda, Elle Russell Distance Medley: Lizzy Miranda, Hannah Goetz, Sonya Krezmien, Elle Russell Discus Relay: Mackenzie Engel, Marinna Heichberger 2nd Place Finishes: 4 x 800: Elle Russell, Sonya Krezmien, Lizzy Miranda, Jamie Dickinson 4 ... Read More »

SGI Middle Schoolers Take to the Ice

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By Alicia Dziak This time of year, SGI spring sports include baseball, softball, lacrosse, track and tennis. But for some other dedicated athletes, their sport of choice is one that involves ice. Yes, that’s right — hockey. Brooke Judkiewicz is a seventh grader who plays for the 12U Buffalo Regals, an all-girls team made up of 16 12-year-olds and two ... Read More »

Krebs Earns Eagle Scout Award

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Sam Krebs, an SGI senior, has recently achieved the highlight of his scouting career. A journey that began in 2006 when Sam joined scouts as a Tiger Cub reached a climax on a snowy April afternoon in Sprague Brook Park. On Saturday, April 7, a Court of Honor was held at the Casino Pavilion in the park to award Sam ... Read More »

SGI Senior Chooses Air Force Over West Point

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By Rich Place You could hear a pin drop in the SGI High School Library for a few moments last Wednesday afternoon, as senior Benn Smith paused briefly with two letters of intent in front of him. Nearly four dozen family members, friends and school faculty gathered for a unique ceremony for Benn, who was presented a rare decision of ... Read More »

Sign Language Class at the Concord Senior Center

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By Carlee Frank Sign language is a beautiful and often times misunderstood language. American Sign Language –or ASL for short –is not English or an English equivalent. The language has its own grammar system, dialects and rules. It was developed by French monks in the 1500s who used gestures as a way to bypass their “vow of silence”. Later on, ... Read More »

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