Boys and Girls Club of EA Receives Grant from Kelly for Kids

The club will earmark funds to implement specialized services for special-needs youth

Wales Approves Appointments and Makes Donations in 2020

Most town officers who held a position last year were reappointed in the new year.

Obituary: Edith Mildred Barnes, Beloved Mother and Grandmother

Born Edith Dorsch on January 28, 1928, Mrs. Barnes was the wife and dance partner of the late Harry Barnes for 65 years.

Bond Refinancing to Save Village Money

The board made the adjustment to a bond that was taken out for fixing the village’s water system around a decade ago.

Spotlight: The Meaning of Music for Dominic Myers

“The whole reason you’re out there is to entertain the folks who come out,” he said. 

Column: About No Ice, Some Folks are Disappointed!

Indeed, many of us have dearly enjoyed the late start to winter this year, but there is an actual army of anglers that fish only when they can walk on water, our ice anglers. They have been quite disappointed. Just a week ago, inland lakes like Chautauqua Lake were open to boaters, no ice. Indeed, there have been a few […]

A League On Its Own

Baseball and softball fans know that there are only two seasons in Western New York: the playing season and the other nine months when you are anxiously awaiting the return of the playing season.

Organizational Meeting in Marilla Sees Few Changes for 2020

The Town of Marilla started the new year off with a reorganizational meeting that does not have many appointment changes from 2019. 

Proposed Vaccine Mandate Discussed at School Meeting

Several community voices at the Iroquois Central School Board meeting in December raised concerns about the state government’s most recent vaccine mandate.

Iroquois Middle School Presents Beauty and the Beast, Jr.


Shows are in the Middle School auditorium this Friday, Jan. 24 at 7 p.m., and Saturday, Jan. 25 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.