2018-05-11

Elizabeth A. Schultz-Bliss, self-employed property manager in Franklinville; enjoyed spending time with grandchildren



Elizabeth A. Schultz-Bliss of Route 98S in Franklinville died Monday, May 7, 2018, at Olean General Hospital following a sudden illness. She was 63. Born July 26, 1954 in Waco, Texas, she was the daughter of Paul E. and Ruth E. Schultz. Elizabeth was a 1972 graduate of Wilson Central High School and a 1976 graduate of the University of […]

Marlene Ann Spaulding-Luther, caregiver to senior citizens, foster kids; member of Curriers Seventh Day Adventist Church



Marlene Ann Spaulding-Luther of East Concord died Saturday, May 5, 2018 at her residence. She was 78. Born Aug. 23, 1939 in Gowanda, she was a daughter of the late Fred Max and Florence Ruth Rogers Ortel. Marlene married Calvin Luther in 1995; he survives. Having worked in the laundry department at the Gowanda State Hospital, she was also a […]

Connecting Caregivers To Local Resources And Support



The Eldercare Locator connects caregivers to local resources. (NAPS)

No signal: Tower relocation causing issues



A closer look at the Tri-County area under the new signal reach from WIVB-TV’s tower in Grand Island according to rabbitears.info.

Understanding unmet needs in uncontrolled persistent asthma [Infographic]



(BPT) – National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month is the perfect time to educate yourself, family, friends, co-workers and others about asthma, the impact of uncontrolled disease and available resources. <div class=”InfographicContainer” style=”max-height: 2400px; overflow: hidden; width: 600px;”><a href=”www.aafa.org/page/asthma-and-allergy-awareness-month.aspx&#8221; target=”_blank” rel=”nofollow”><img src=”www.brandpointcontent.com/InfoGraphics//18298010101.jpg&#8221; width=”600″ border=”0″ /></a></div> <a href=”www.centraljournal.com/Infographic.aspx?dc=18298010101&#8243; rel=”nofollow”><img class=”btnEnlarge” src=”www.brandpointcontent.com/Infographics/enlargeButton.gif&#8221; width=”143″ /></a> <img src=”www.brandpointcontent.com/printsite/ImageWriter.ashx?memberid=72417&amp;articleid=33160&#8243; border=”0″ width=”1″ height=”1″ />

Chronicles of Yesteryear: Auto Dealer Marks 30th Year in the Village Recalls “Wanting to Quit” in 1924



An automobile agency that began during the horse and buggy days in Delevan, N.Y., celebrates its 30<sup>th</sup> anniversary in the village of Franklinville this month. William B. Hunt, owner of the Hunt Chevrolet Company acknowledged to be the oldest Chevrolet dealer in Cattaraugus County, this week announced a year-long observance of the anniversary. Starting from a door-to-door sale of 1917 […]

Electronics recycling in Wyoming County



Senator Patrick M. Gallivan, officials from Wyoming County, and Sunnking announce a free electronics recycling event on Saturday, May 12. Wyoming County residents can drop-off and properly dispose of electronic devices free of charge between 9 a.m. and Noon at the following locations: • Town of Attica Highway Barns, 700 Route 98 • Town of Arcade Highway Barns, 7340 Route […]

7th Annual Walking With Heroes recognizes Arcade’s “Doughboys”



In conjunction with the World War I exhibit at the Arcade Historical Society, the veterans of World War I buried in Arcade Rural Cemetery will be honored this Memorial Day weekend, at the 7th Annual Walking With Heroes. On Sunday, May 27, from 2-3:30 p.m., the Walking With Heroes free, self-guided tour will be held. Veterans of today will join […]

Shirley J. Martin, member of Arcade United Methodist Church, enjoyed bowling



Shirley J. Martin of Hamburg died Saturday, May 5, 2018 at Elderwood at Hamburg. She was 81. Born Oct. 29, 1936 in Arcade, she was a daughter of the late Leland Bray and Doris Whiting Hayes. She was an office worker for National Fuel in West Seneca. A member of the Arcade United Methodist Church, Shirley enjoyed bowling, cross-stitching and […]

Holland Middle School building to reopen with new vision



“We are calling this a transition year,” Holland Superintendent Cathy Fabiatos said. After a few years of discussing reopening the abandoned Holland Middle School building on Route 16, with committees formed and even board members running their campaigns on the topic, Fabiatos wants to make something clear to the public: the building is indeed reopening, but plans have changed. “We […]