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  1. Host Chautauqua Lake wins Ripley InvitationalRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 7 | Observer

    ... Chautauqua Lake in the team standings were Fredonia (175.5), Randolph (174), Orchard Park (165.5), Canisius (148.5), Dunkirk (124), Southwestern (101.5), Cattaraugus-Little Valley (81.5), East (75.5), Iroquois (50), Strong Vincent (40, Ashtabula ...

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  2. Blue Devil women, men earn road sweepsRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 7 | Observer

    ... Eleven different players scored, led by 15 apiece from Jenna Einink (Westfield/Chautauqua Lake) and Khee Nance (Dunkirk). Einink added eight rebounds. The win completed a 4-0 weekend for the men's and women's teams, the first time both squads ...

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  3. Agreements with dissentRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 7 | Observer

    Right before the Christmas holiday, it was the tale of two contracts with public employee unions. One, in Dunkirk, that came before council for a third time.

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  4. Robert W. Bates Sr. and Helen "Jean" Rounds BatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 7 | Observer

    ... a small fruit farm (1964 1970). After that, Robert went on to work as a furniture salesman at Ehler's Furniture in Dunkirk until 1986, when he joined with his son Walter to open a sleep shop as part of D&K Furniture. Helen enjoyed making a home for ...

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  5. Controversial city building buys stallRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 7 | Observer

    The announcement of a nonprofit buying up six parcels in the city of Dunkirk caused a stir back in June, but since July little news has come of its grand plans and documents show it may be in default on its mortgage. In April, the United Secular American Center for the Disabled Inc. - a nonreligious, nonpolitical not-for-profit based out of New Jersey with a mission of helping individuals with disabilities, especially those who do not speak English - purchased 324-330, 332, 334-336, 338 and 609 Central Ave. and 605 Lark St. Rumors arose that the center planned to evict existing tenants of the buildings in Dunkirk's business district and bring in Section 8 housing.

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  6. 9-11 tribute painting finds home at Exempts ClubRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 7 | Observer

    OBSERVER Photo by Rebecca Cuthbert Recently, Cody Stoyle's 9-11 tribute painting was installed permanently at the Exempts Club in Dunkirk. Before that, it hung in the lobby of Dunkirk High School for many years.

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  7. Mark James TrussoRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 7 | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York

    ... Fla.; brother to Lynn (Jody) Bennett of Hastings, Mich., Matthew (Jill) Trusso of Mayville, N.Y., Michael Trusso of Dunkirk, N.Y., and Teresa Oshlick, Ashville, N.Y.; father to Tara (Jason) VandeVelde of Falconer, N.Y., Amber (David) Seekings of Las ...

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  8. Some of the best, worst of the weekRead the original story

    Friday Jan 6 | Observer

    ... like a conflict of interest. This year, the season looks more appealing. The team is now owned by Sixto Rosario of Dunkirk. On the roster is Edwin Ubiles, who played six games with the NBA's Washington Wizards in 2012. He's also played in a number ...

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  9. Dunkirk royaltyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | Observer

    OBSERVER Photo by Andrew Kuczkowski The city of Dunkirk celebrated Three King's Day with a cavalcade of gifts along with donated food and beverages. Above are the three kings with Mayor Willie Rosas on the right.

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  10. Dedication held for new ski trailRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | Observer

    ... ould get so colorful? In City Hall last month, at the Department of Public Works committee ... The Salvation Army of Dunkirk fell short of its goal to raise $52,000 this past Christmas season through their ...

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  11. County Dress Down To Benefit CharityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York

    ... office, the Department of Weights and Measures, the County Historian, Records Management and the DMV offices in Dunkirk, Mayville and Jamestown, nominated local charities to compete for donations throughout the year. Donations are collected by staff ...

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  12. Pencek shines at Festival of Lights TournamentRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 27 | Observer

    The Dunkirk girls and boys varsity bowling teams competed in the Festival of Lights Tournament on Tuesday, which was held at Tonawanda Lanes. After the morning round, the girls were in 12th place out of 18 teams.

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  13. Jack B. SommerRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 27 | Observer

    Jack B. Sommer, 87, died Tuesday morning, Dec. 27, 2016, at Brooks Memorial Hospital. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced in Thursday's OBSERVER by the R. Mackowiak Funeral Home Inc., 56 East Doughty Street in Dunkirk.

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  14. Dorothy Link FitchRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 27 | Observer

    Dorothy Link Fitch, of Fredonia, NY, age 93, died Friday, December 23, 2016 at Brooks Memorial Hospital. Dorothy was born July 22, 1923 in Dunkirk, NY to the late Conrad and May Elizabeth Link.

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  15. Westfield looking to engage in Complete Streets initiativeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 27 | Observer

    ... slow traffic down." Wells and Schmidtfrerick-Miller also gave examples of future projects, such as the pier by Dunkirk, where they hope to implement crosswalks, building murals, bicycle racks, road islands (so people can cross halfway and be able to ...

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  16. League of Women Voters luncheon set for Jan. 10Read the original story

    Jan 10, 2016 | Observer

    The League of Women Voters will hold a brown bag lunch at noon at the Alumni House at the State University of New York at Fredonia, 286 Central Ave., on Jan. 10. Coffee, tea and dessert will be provided. This endeavor is a vision to connect and strengthen the communities of Dunkirk and Fredonia and to raise awareness of the unique assets that both communities have to offer.

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  17. Seneca Nation banishes sixRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 27 | Observer

    ... OBSERVER the Seneca Nation Marshals called for assistance with a vehicle stopped on Route 438. Eileen Oliver, 50, of Dunkirk was allegedly found in posession of three glass pipes containing cocaine and prescription medication outside its original ...

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  18. Making more than smilesRead the original story

    Monday Dec 26 | Observer

    ... shopping and families remain together - sometimes in tight quarters. One of our subscribers, Clem Worosz of Dunkirk, brought us a reminder of the benefits that come with laughter - today and every day. Those include: Of all the holidays people ...

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  19. Jean M. WiersRead the original story

    Monday Dec 26 | Observer

    Jean M. Wiers, 72, of Center Road, Fredonia, died Sunday, December 25, 2016 at Brooks Memorial Hospital in Dunkirk. She was born in Buffalo, on February 9, 1944.

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  20. Club Association sets installation banquetRead the original story

    Monday Dec 26 | Observer

    The Northern Chautauqua County Club Association recently held its regular monthly meeting at the Dunkirk Moose Lodge 89, Lake Shore Drive W., in Dunkirk. Ray Lewandowski of the Moose gave the welcoming speech.

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