2019-04-30

Letter to the Editor: Remain Vigilant on News Sources

Dear Editor, Recently I wrote a letter commenting on an article in The New Yorker magazine. That article, entitled “Trump TV” (in the 3/11/19 issue of The New Yorker), was by prominent investigative journalist Jane Mayer and was about the history and manipulative inaccuracy of Fox News. Subsequent to my letter’s publication, I tackled some research about news sources in […]

Letter to the Editor: School Budget Committee Deserves Praise for Its Work

Dear Editor, April means tax season but for schools it is also budget season. Over the past decade East Aurora schools have struggled with budgets. We always wanted to plan more than a year out but the state made that impossible with the inconsistent state aid, tax cap and other challenges we had no control over. Yet, a committee was […]

Column: Diamond in the Rough


The poor shape of Hamlin Park’s baseball field brings out memories for Rick Ohler in his column this week.

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Obituary: George A. Fayett, Philanthropist, Retired from Moog

George A. Fayett Jan. 27, 1935 – April 23, 2019 George A. Fayett, a lifelong resident of East Aurora, died peacefully on Tuesday, April 23. He was 84. He attended Immaculate Conception School and was a 1952 graduate of East Aurora High School. At the age of 19, Mr. Fayett joined a small local start up company that is now […]

Obituary: Mike Edington, Finance Manager, Loving Family Man

Mike Edington Nov. 8, 1954 – April 23, 2019 Mike Edington of Holland died Tuesday, April 23. He was 64. The son of the late Glen Edington and Betty Biringer Edington, Mr. Edington was born on Nov. 8, 1954. He attended Holland Central School and Alfred State College. He held a career in finance, working for M&T Bank, Independent Funding […]

May Events Planned at Marilla Library

The Marilla Free Library will have a library discard book sale from Saturday, May 4 to Saturday May 25 during regular library hours. The sale will take place in the meeting room of the library, located at 11637 Bullis Road. Proceeds from the event will benefit the library. The library staff asks that people do not bring items for this […]

Knox Farm Spring Art and Garden Show Cancelled

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The Friends of Knox Farm State Farm announced that the Spring Art and Garden Show scheduled for May

Iroquois Grad and School Board Member Honored at University

Last month, Iroquois School Board member and University at Buffalo student Gunnar Haberl was awarded the 2019 Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence.

Iroquois Board Approves BOCES Budget


The Iroquois Central Board of Education approved the tentative Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES administrative budget.