2021-03-03

Editorial: Independence? Some Are Wise to It

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Governor Andrew Cuomo, facing allegations of sexual harassment, proposed an “independent investigation” of the accusations. His critics knew better and pressured the governor to turn the inquiry over to Attorney General Letitia James. James, with the investigation of the nursing home death reporting cover-up, has shown she isn’t likely to back down or protect the governor. There actually may be […]

Letter to the Editor: Congressman Votes Against Any Democratic Proposal

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Dear Editor, It has become abundantly clear, Congressman Chris Jacobs has fully embraced the Party of “No.” Beginning in earnest during the Obama presidency, Republicans simply voted “No” on any legislation proposed by Democrats. That now appears to be how our own Chris Jacobs has decided to spend his time in Congress. On Feb. 25 he voted “No” on the […]

Obituary: David Edward Roth, Loving Father and Grandfather, Collector

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David Edward Roth of Deland, Fla., formerly of Holland, died on Wednesday, January 13, at his residence.

Obituary: James F. Lamond, Jr, Beloved Father, Husband, Grandfather

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James F. Lamond Jr. of East Aurora died Friday, Feb. 19, after a long illness.

Obituary: Jean A. Bugenhagen, Loved Family and Animals

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Jean A. Bugenhagen, of Avondale, Pa., died peacefully at her home on Sunday, February 21.

Obituary: Millie M. Westfall, Beloved Family Matriarch, Avid Yankees Fan

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Millie M. Westfall of East Aurora died on Monday, February 22.

Column: Taking Time for Special Kids this Special Winter

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To help discover the entertainment and fun of winter cold, ice-walking – and in support of extending wintertime smiles to special needs families – volunteers at the Rushford Lake Conservation Club (RLCC) conducted a unique annual ice-fishing event two weeks ago.

Iroquois Hockey Seniors Honored by Team

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The Lancaster/Iroquois/Depew (LID) girls hockey team held its senior night last week before a game against Clarence/Amherst/Sweet Home. The Iroquois seniors for the team are Dylan Gorski and Hailey Keppner. Keppner has played six years for the LID team since starting out as an eighth-grader. This year in three games she has scored three goals along with two assists out […]

Lady Chiefs Move to 7-1 With Three Lopsided Victories

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The Iroquois girls basketball team made sure that last week was not a good week to be an opponent of ICHS.

Iroquois Bowlers Show Growth While Having a Good Time Together

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“In a team sport, which relies heavily on individual performances, it can be a little difficult teaching the importance of team.” But the bowling team at Iroquois has built a team capable to achieving a milestone unreached since 2016 – winning a match.