2020-04-01

Face Mask Crafters Rise to the Challenge of Covid-19


They are the grassroots sewing coterie, an army of volunteer quilters, seamstresses, hobbyists and even a 3-D printer operator, right here in East Aurora and the surrounding area.

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Iroquois Looking at 2 Percent Tax Cap Limit


While much is in flux regarding school budgets and elections, at this time the Iroquois Central School Board is moving forward with its financial discussions. 

Whaley Bridge Work is Following Projected Timeline


In addition to replacing the culvert under the bridge, the creek banks are also going to get attention with new rocks, trees and other native vegetation, and everything has a timeline.

Spotlight on Jeannet de Jong


Jeannet de Jong of East Aurora is a hardworking and creative woman who loves art, educating young ones, and helping the environment. 

Column: Hunters and Fishers are Bakers and Eaters…the Modern Sportsman 


If you’re a New York hunter or fisherman, it’s a good time to check your gear (most of us have some time now) and take stock of freeing up some storage in your freezer. 

Student from South Wales Awarded American Legion Scholarship

Vada Kirsch from South Wales is one of ten scholars selected to receive the scholarship.

Obituary: Stan J. Stanley, Jr., Veteran, Former Parade Grand Marshall

Stan J. Stanley, Jr. a longtime resident of East Aurora, died on Friday, March 20.

Obituary: Diane E. Rohl, Active Community and Church Member

Diane E. Rohl (née. Spink) died on March 26, from complications of severe rheumatoid arthritis. She was 83.

Obituary: Catherine A. Kopp, Treasured Daughter, Sister

Catherine A. Kopp of Jamestown died at home on Wednesday, March 18. She was 52.