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Snocross returns to Salamanca for seventh year

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A snowmobiler makes their way over a jump during a heat last year at the annual AMSOIL Championship Snocross race series at the Seneca Allegany Resort and Casino in Salamanca. The annual event will be held Feb. 22 and 23.

By Kellen M. Quigley As many as 15,000 people are expected to visit Salamanca during the fourth weekend in February for the AMSOIL Championship Snocross snowmobile racing series’s seventh annual visit. Snowmaking machines at the east parking lot of the Seneca Allegany Resort and Casino have produced mountains of the white stuff in preparation for races Feb. 22 and 23. ... Read More »

HoliMont to host ‘Frosty CX’ fat bike races next weekend

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HoliMont Ski Resort is bringing the “Frosty CX” fat bike race to the area, Feb. 23. The new, non-skiing event will take place at the bottom of Sunset area.

By Deb Everts Winter fun at HoliMont Ski Resort is going to be even more exciting when the inaugural “Frosty CX” fat bike race comes to the resort Feb. 23. The new, non-skiing event features hardy souls who set out to conquer the snow on their fat bikes, which are basically mountain bikes with huge tires that are made for ... Read More »

SCA to host Art’s Cafe info session Saturday

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The Art's Cafe committee and volunteers are preparing to open the building at 5 East Main St. for the first time. Springville Center for the Arts will host an info session Saturday, Feb. 16 concerning opening the building.

The Art’s Cafe project offers a unique way to help the community and reap financial benefits. The project will host a happy hour and information session on Class C Membership, which combines support for the project with the distribution of historic tax credits. “This is really appropriate for any taxpayer who would rather keep their taxes local and save a ... Read More »

Letter to the Editor: Dairy Fest ‘Moos’-letter, February 2019

“Hay” Springville — the 30th anniversary Dairy Festival is on the “moooove” again! Music acts and entertainers are signing up, ready to delight young and old. Friday evening will “kick off” with Gene Hilts and the Rustic Ramblers. Later that night, the Ozone Rangers take the stage. Also appearing that weekend will be: The Springville Jazz Orchestra, Down Home Country ... Read More »

A Look Back: Having fun in the snow

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By Jolene Hawkins Looking back into the past when the cold winds blew and snow fell, and we were in deep winter, what did our forefathers and families do for fun? Well, of course, there was always sleighing — that was a popular event. It could be a sleigh for one to a toboggan that several people could ride on ... Read More »

Jusiak podiums three times at Empire State Games

By Caitlin Croft The first race of the season for U12/10/8 athletes opened with a Dual Giant Slalom at Holiday Valley. U12 Girls: Abigail Duff of Kissing Bridge took 16th, Mary Doyle (BSC) 20th and Lauren La Salle (BSC) 21st. U12 Boys: Buffalo Ski Club’s Owen Gray finished 11th, Joey Hogenkamp (KB) 13th, Zack Benczkowski (BSC) 15th and Nathan Zanner ... Read More »

Springville boys top Eden, improve to 8-8 (7-3 league)

The Springville-Griffith Institute varsity boys basketball climbed its way back to a .500 overall record with its latest triumph in ECIC Div. IV league play Tuesday night. The Griffins defeated Eden, 74-55, improving to 7-3 in the league and 8-8 overall. Springville has now won six out of seven games after starting the season 2-7. Mason Goodridge paced Springville with ... Read More »

Green Springville kicks off 2019 speaker series

Green Springville will be kicking off its second year of speakers this month with a talk on Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV) by Michael Scinta, a local ZEV driver and founder of WNY Drive Electric Facebook group. The talk is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Feb. 12 at 29 Mechanic St. in Springville. As an advocate for electric vehicles, Scinta has been ... Read More »

Possible ice jam flooding on Cattaraugus Creek minimal after thaw

By Rick Miller Much of Western New York remained under a flood watch until early Thursday as expected rain will mixed with melting snow and ice as the week progressed and temperatures dropped. One of the biggest fears for local emergency officials in a flood watch is always the water in the Cattaraugus Creek exceeding the banks. Chris Baker, director ... Read More »

Making time for music in spite of polar conditions

By Alex Simmons Amidst the virtual shutdown of Western New York thanks to last week’s sub-zero conditions threats of a blizzard, a village hot spot still held its weekly tradition of bringing people together through music. On Feb. 1, the 49 Cafe, located at 49 E. Main St. in Springville, hosted Friday Night “Flights,” a karaoke night where community members ... Read More »

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