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Lake Shore edges SGi 68-65 in holiday tournament

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Springville senior Tyler Atteberry dribbles around a defender during an Emerling Holiday Tournament game Friday against Lake Shore.

Senior Mason Goodridge poured in 31 points Friday afternoon, but Lake Shore bested the Springville-Griffith Institute varsity boys basketball team in the Emerling Holiday Tournament. Lake Shore won the consolation final game, 68-65. Goodridge also dished out four assists and had three steals in the game. Adam Pruitt added 14 points, five rebounds, three steals and two blocks for the ... Read More »

Springville 57, MEC 26

The varsity girls basketball team moved its record to 6-1 on the season after a victory over Middle Early College, 57-26, in the first round of the Emerling Holiday Tournament. After a slow shooting start, Springville outscored MEC by 10 in the second quarter and 24-12 in the second half. Kenz Owens had five steals while Kelsey Zabawa and Bella ... Read More »

Emerson 78, Springville 52

Adam Pruitt led Springville with 18 points, three assists and three rebounds in an opening-round loss Wednesday in the Emerling Holiday Tournament. Alex Fransisco had 11 points, four rebounds and three blocks for the Griffins. Austin Boies chipped in 12 points with five boards. Read More »

Kids experience nature at Camp Turner’s WinterCamp

Press photo by Deb Everts

Snow, or no snow, there were plenty of activities for children from all over the region to enjoy at “WinterCamp 2018,” held each year at Camp Turner in the Quaker area of Allegany State Park. As several campers look on, Foxfire Counselors Marguerite Mosher (kneeling) and Carolyn Allen (right) build a campfire in the woods to melt wax for a candlemaking activity. The three-day camp began Dec. 28 and concluded Dec. 30.

By Deb Everts Lack of snow and lots of mud didn’t stop the fun at “WinterCamp 2018” where children had the opportunity to experience a three-day, overnight camping excursion at Camp Turner. Held in the Quaker area of Allegany State Park, this year’s camping event ran Dec. 28–30. Camp Director John Mann said although the lack of snow prevented the ... Read More »

DEC seeks comment on Cattaraugus Creek fisheries plan

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An Upper Cattaraugus Creek fisheries draft plan provides a roadmap for fisheries management following the planned fish passage project at the Springville Dam. The DEC is accepting public comments on the draft plan until Jan. 25.

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has released the draft of a management plan for Upper Cattaraugus Creek fisheries for public comment. The draft plan provides a roadmap for fisheries management following the planned fish passage project at the Springville Dam. DEC is accepting public comments on the draft plan until Jan. 25. “Cattaraugus Creek provides some of the ... Read More »

‘Exercise for Cystic Fibrosis’ to support worthy cause Jan. 5

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Bradley Poole, who battles cystic fibrosis every day of his life, is presenting a fundraising benefit, “Exercise for Cystic Fibrosis,” Jan. 5 at Madigan’s.

By Deb Everts Local fitness trainer Bradley Poole invites the public to come out and support a worthy cause at his “Exercise for Cystic Fibrosis” fundraising event in Ellicottville Saturday, Jan. 5, upstairs at Madigan’s. At 4 p.m., Poole will lead attendees in a 30-minute cardio blast workout, which is a total body workout combining cardio, strength and agility movements. ... Read More »

SGI students discuss the cardboard boat races

Photos by Leesa Shelley
All competitors with Mr. Shelley, Mr. Vogel and Mr. Bialasik

By Elyana Schosek, Student Reporter Before the holiday break, students at Springville-Griffith High School participated in the annual cardboard boat races in the high school pool. Last week, we looked at the race itself and what goes into preparing for it. Now, we catch up with some of the students to hear why the enjoy this annual tradition so much. ... Read More »

How SGI students celebrate the new year

By Elyana Schosek, Student Reporter Every year on Dec. 31, families and friends gather to celebrate the coming of the new year. Everyone does something different to start off the new year, as can be seen from asking a few students from Springville-Griffith High School about their best New Year’s memories or favorite traditions surrounding the new year. Like Ben ... Read More »

Ringing in 2019 at Kissing Bridge

Photos by Alex Simmons

Photos by Alex Simmons The slopes at Kissing Bridge were busy Tuesday with skiers and snowboarders celebrating the first day of 2019 by racing and carving their way through the freshly fallen snow. Read More »

Springville mayor reflects on 2018, looking forward to 2019

Photo by Kellen M. Quigley

At the end of December, Springville Mayor William Krebs sat down with the Springville Times to discuss how 2018 was for the village and what to look forward to in 2019.

By Kellen M. Quigley With the new year officially here, the village of Springville is ready for a productive and exciting 2019. But while there’s plenty in the works for the upcoming months, 2018 was an important year for the community with projects from both civic and cultural groups paving the way for a bigger and better Springville. “As far ... Read More »

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