The Iroquois Foundation will host its annual 4-mile race on Nov. 11.
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Paul M. Westfall May 23, 1924 – Oct. 24, 2018 Paul M. Westfall of East Aurora died on Wednesday, October 24. He was 94. Mr. Westfall is survived by his wife of 74 years, Millie; sons Bill (late Nancy) and Gregg (Sue); grandchildren Michael (Sue), Jill Westfall Misenheimer, Eric, and John (Jacqui); great-grandchildren Amanda (Matt) Czajka, Melissa (Robert) Russell, Ryan […]
Betty L. Kuhn Aug. 30, 1924 – Oct. 19, 2018 Betty Lang Kuhn of Orchard Park, a former longtime resident of East Aurora, died peacefully Friday, October 19, after a long and joyously purposeful life. She was 94. Mrs. Kuhn was born in Buffalo, the daughter of the late Mildred (née Schwartz) and Harry H. Lang. Mrs. Kuhn graduated from […]
John Preston Halstead May 10, 1923-Oct. 24, 2018 John Preston Halstead of Orchard Park and East Aurora died on Wednesday, October 24. He was 95. Dr. Halstead was born in Rome, N.Y., the son of Frances Underwood Halstead and John Preston Halstead. He attended Nichols School, Dartmouth College, Tuck Business School, and received his graduate degrees from Harvard University. He […]
Teresa Fabian Bausch died at home on Thursday, October 25. A resident of East Aurora for 62 years, she was 94. The daughter of John W. and Teresa C. Denison, Mrs. Bausch was born on Oct. 3, 1924 in Evanston, Ill. Mrs. Bausch was a 1947 graduate of Smith College, where she earned a bachelor’s degree. She married Gardner “Jack” […]
There are several contested races in the East Aurora Advertiser and Elma Review’s coverage area. Voting takes place Nov. 6 from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Explore our coverage, see a sample ballot and learn about your polling location in the towns of Aurora, Elma, Holland, Marilla and Wales.
The Chiefs finished up their season this past Wednesday, when they traveled to Williamsville East and defeated the Flames 28-6 to finish the season with a 6-0-1 record. The season was highlighted by a hard fought 7-7 tie against Sweet Home – who also finished their season 6-0-1. The Chiefs recorded a 99 yard drive late in the fourth quarter […]
For the final football game of the season, the Iroquois Chiefs came out on top against Kennedy School in a high scoring, high yardage match. Kennedy kicked off to Iroquois to begin the contest. Senior running back Cory Day burst up the middle and carried the pigskin all the way to the Bears’ 35-yard line. On the first offensive play, […]