2020-04-29

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Waldorf School Plans Wildlife Meadow

While Aurora Waldorf School students and teachers are continuing their lessons remotely, the school marked the 50th anniversary of Earth Day with a new “green” project.  The school will transform its large front lawn of mowed grass into a natural meadow and pollinator habitat, to attract butterflies, birds, insects, and other wildlife. Plans are underway to introduce local ecotype grasses, […]

Column: Hunting and Fishing Opportunities Are So Welcome this Year


This Friday, May 1 marks the opening day of the New York State wild turkey season, with legal hunting permitted from 30 minutes before sunrise through noon each day.

Obituary: George Weber, World Traveler, Cherished Husband and Father

George Weber, a 49 year resident of Elma, died on Sunday, April 27 at Orchard Heights Senior Living from complications of dementia.

Obituary: Bernice Possinger, Centenarian, Owner of Fruit Farm, Avid Amateur Musician 

Bernice Possinger (nee Bodekor) passed away peacefully on April 3.

Obituary: Bruce R. Crawford, Active Community Member, Beloved Family Man

Bruce R. Crawford, a longtime resident of East Aurora, died on Monday, April 20.

Lions Continue to Step Up for Food Pantries

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The club has long been a supporter of area food kitchens, with periodic financial assistance and a food collection each fall.

Holland Resident Hand-Making Face Masks


For weeks now, many of us have been looking for ways to help out our community while we quarantine at home. Holland resident Sharon DeGroat found a way to put her skills to good use from home.

Healthcare Workers Near and Far Share New Conditions on the Job


When you are a healthcare worker during a global pandemic, some days are harder than the next.

Historian’s Corner: A Visit from the Census Taker Stirred Confusion, Controversy


As is the case a century later, government officials and media outlets in 1920 went to great lengths to increase public participation in the census.