2021-09-29

Gow School Announces Headmaster’s Retirement

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The Gow School, a college preparatory school for students with dyslexia and other learning disabilities, has announced that Headmaster M. Bradley Rogers, Jr. will retire, effective June 2023.

Cross Country Finds Growing Success as Season Continues

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The East Aurora cross country program took advantage of some great weather this past weekend as they hosted their home invitational where many season best performances were turned in. Leading the way for East Aurora was the modified team, which started the day with the boys team taking top honors, out running Clarence by 5 points to win with a […]

Football Team Returns Home Oct. 1

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East Aurora-Holland football co-captain Bryce Clothier set an all-time Blue Devils record when he blocked three extra point attempts by the Olean Huskies last Friday at Bradner Stadium. Of course, the bad news is that in order for Clothier to block three point-after attempts, the opposition must have scored at least three touchdowns. The Huskies actually punched into the end […]

Mercy Flight Celebrates 40th Anniversary

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Starting with one base in Buffalo with one helicopter staffed by two pilots and three LaSalle Ambulance paramedics 12 hours a day, the organization has grown to include a fleet of four state-of-the-art helicopters, 200 employees and four air bases of operation, which has transported nearly 30,000 patients. 

Art Society Exhibition Celebrates Ongoing Legacy

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Thumb Box Exhibition, the first exhibition of the Fall 2021 season at Meibohm Fine Arts, started on Sept. 17 and will continue to Oct. 16. The group exhibition features artists from the Buffalo Society of Artists (BSA) during its 130th anniversary year. 

Capital Project Bids Favorable for School District

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In October 2020, district residents approved a $19.5 million capital project. That total includes money that would also cover costs for architecture and design work, along with the general construction aspect.  The district reports that they have received a record number of bids. Masks and quarantining for COVID-19 exposures students were also discussed.

Boys & Girls Club of Holland Celebrates 50 years

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The Holland Boys & Girls Club celebrated its 50th anniversary on Tuesday, Sept. 14.

Historian’s Corner Main Street’s Culvert Woes Date Back to at Least 1899 

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The saga of the issues with the Tannery Brook Culvert is a long story, and nothing new. In fact, it’s been a persistent problem that dates all the way back to 1899.