Letter from United Church

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“Thank You” for Community Effort Making LED Lights Possible The United Church, would like to heartily thank Bob McCarthy for hosting his food drive at the Gin Mill again this year. Also, a special thanks to Cub Scout Pack #652 for filling their truck that sat in the parking lot at TOPS on Saturday, 13 […]

Architectural Digest

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Slope Side Charm The leaves are off the trees, there is a chill in the air, and if anything good can be said about the coming of winter’s snow and cold, it’s that soon we’ll be able to slap a board or two on our feet and slide down a hill. If it wasn’t for […]

Holiday Valley Plans To Relocate Road

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Town Planning Board Discusses Proposal to Move The Town Planning Board meeting for the month of November was called to order this Monday, November 15, 2010 at 6:00 pm. After a brief discussion on scheduling the December meeting for December 20th at 6:00 pm, the committee moved on to the first and only item of […]

Inside Business Track

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Winery of Ellicottville Pouring a Family Tradition It’s not a stretch to say that making and enjoying wine is in Dominic Spicola’s blood. Ever since he was a young boy his family has been crushing, fermenting, and bottling their own wine since arriving here from the old country. At first the family’s product was strictly […]

Movie Screening: Wintervention

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Warren Miller’s Newest Invention Comes to Local Theatres this Month, Giving Audiences a Global Tour on Skis Addicted to snow? Always fiending for that alluring white powder? Well, you’re not the only one. Some crazy skiers and snow boarders do almost anything to get the high that only snow provides. Within the next two weeks, […]

Inside Business Track

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Bruce Candles of Ellicottville Makes National Presentation A local business will have their products featured during a broadcast Midnight Mass in New York City. Bruce Candles of Ellicottville will have their Advent candles featured in a Midnight Mass at Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew United Methodist New York, NY 10024. Owner Laurie Dux […]

ECS New Music Program

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Lesson Become “Smart” with New Computerized Tool It’s called “Smart Music.” And no, you don’t have to be a Mozart, Beethoven, or a studio wizard like Todd Rundgren to use it. The “Smart” is aimed at school students set on learning to play an instrument or to make better use of that ultimate instrument, the […]

Irish Christmas Event

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An Opportunity for teh Community to Get Together in the Spirit of the Holidays, Dec. 3 Friday, Dec. 3, is an opportunity for the community to come together in the spirit of the holiday season for the sixth annual celebration of an Irish Christmas at the Gin Mill. Gathering for the celebration will begin around […]

Publisher’s Word

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“Is Mother Nature on Break? I’ll Take this Time to Go Shopping!” Dreary November… Rain, grey skies, blustery, cold and usually quite wet. This is what we normally have to endure every year while we patiently wait for the white gold. Ole’ Mom Nature did a fine job with summer and we had a beautiful […]

Editorial: Truth Or Consequences

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And So It Begins And so it begins. The upcoming Tea Party vs. GOP civil war has begun and, I have to tell you, it’s going to be a real hoot. Last week I wrote about the difficulties that were facing the newly elected, Tea Party supported GOP congressional freshmen in their fight to right, […]