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  1. Dunkirk man charged after Jamestown high-speed chaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 26 | Observer

    Conrad K. Thomas, 32, of Dunkirk, faces a litany of charges after leading Jamestown police on a vehicle pursuit early Friday morning. Police report the Jamestown Police Department's K-9 Unit tried to pull over a vehicle for having a headlight out on Sprague Street near Front Street in Jamestown.

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  2. Spanos to retire from county in AugustRead the original story

    Saturday May 26 | Observer

    Chautauqua County Executive George Borrello recently announced Chautauqua County Department of Public Facilities Director George Spanos will retire from his position effective Aug. 15. Spanos first began his career with the county on March 23, 1987 as a junior engineer. Following a 17-year career with the Department of Public Facilities, he was appointed as director of public facilities on Aug. 28, 2004.

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  3. Marlene Joanne Herr-LutzRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | Observer

    Marlene Herr-Lutz, 86, formerly of Fredonia and Dunkirk, died peacefully at her home in New Smyrna Beach, FL, on May 21 after a courageous battle with Alzheimer's. Marlene was born on September 13, 1931, in Rochester, the second child and only daughter of the late Harold and Bertha Herr.

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  4. Several residents concerned over proposed changesRead the original story

    Friday May 25 | Observer

    OBSERVER Photo by Jimmy McCarthy Attendees at Thursday's forum inside the Dunkirk High School get a glimpse of an initial concept for improvements to the Dunkirk City Pier. More than 60 were in attendance to see an initial concept for improvements to the Dunkirk City Pier on Thursday inside Dunkirk High School.

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  5. Progress not the same to everyoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | Observer

    At mile marker 448 heading west on the New York State Thruway, motorists start to get a glimpse of Chautauqua County in the distance. Only one month ago, it was just the rolling hills of Arkwright.

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  6. Over $1 million secured for water service to Roberts RoadRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 24 | Observer

    A little over $1 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will go to supply water to residents in the area of Roberts Road in the town of Dunkirk. On Wednesday, U.S. Rep. Tom Reed announced that the town received $1.3 million in funding as part of the North County Water District project, specifically for the Roberts Road Service area No.

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  7. Arkwright wind project a quarter done; town sees improved roads, economyRead the original story

    Thursday May 24 | Observer

    Over 10 out of the 36 wind turbines are up, Brainard Road has got an upgrade and the local economic boost of the wind farm has been seen in the immediate area, the Arkwright Town Board discussed at its recent meeting. Brainard and Miller roads have been a difficult passage for local residents.

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  8. Dale L. WhiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 23 | Observer

    Dale L. White, 71, of Chautauqua Road, Fredonia, passed away Saturday, May 19th, 2018, at his residence, following a lengthy illness with his loved ones and pets at his side. He was born in Dunkirk, on September 25, 1946, the son of the late Earl and Gladys White.

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  9. Community NotebookRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 23 | Observer

    The Dunkirk Board of Education will hold its monthly workshop on Thursday, May 24, at 5:30 p.m. in the high school large group instruction room, 75 W. Sixth Street, Dunkirk. The workshop is open to the public.

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  10. North Collins beats Clymer in playoffsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 22 | Observer

    The North Collins Eagles softball team defeated Clymer in the Class D quarterfinals Monday by a score of 10-2. It was a tight ballgame through four innings as Clymer has jumped out in front to a 2-1 lead behind a couple of hits thanks to Emikala Einink and Kate Honey.

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  11. Fredonia does it againRead the original story

    Tuesday May 22 | Observer

    OBSERVERa SPhoto by Lisa Monacelli Dunkirk's Emilee Hanlon fields a ground ball at short during Monday's semifinal softball game against Fredonia. With so much hype surrounding Monday's game between Dunkirk and Fredonia, there is always a chance for a letdown in a game of that magnitude.

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  12. Chautauqua Lake shuts out RandolphRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 22 | Observer

    Chautauqua Lake made a statement in the quarterfinals of the Class C sectionals, with a 16-0 victory over Randolph. Olivia Anderson threw a complete game shutout with 11 strikeouts, while only allowing two hits and a walk.

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  13. Chautauqua Lake defeats Falconer in 10 inningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 22 | Observer

    With the game on the line in the bottom of the seventh inning Monday in Mayville, Falconer coach Chris Schrader didn't give Devin Pope a chance to beat his Golden Falcons. Pope tripled to lead off the bottom of the 10th inning and scored on Luke Waters' grounder one batter later as the sixth-seeded Thunderbirds beat No.

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  14. ON - STO - STHE - SFINALS: Fredonia tops Dunkirk in semisRead the original story

    Tuesday May 22 | Observer

    OBSERVERa SPhoto by Lisa Monacelli Fredonia's Sydney Bigelow, center, celebrates with her teammates after the Lady Hillbillies defeated rival Dunkirk, 7-5, Monday in the Sectiona SVIa SClass B1 softball semifinals.

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  15. Painted hydrants to commemorate historic characters associated with Academy Heights/Dutch HillRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 22 | Observer

    Edward R. Dotterweich is back holding forth at Swan and Sixth streets, not in the handsome house at 533 Swan St., where he once launched his School Sound System, and delighted children with his generous trips for ice cream and reliable support of their candy sales, but symbolically on the brightly painted fire hydrant on the corner. Not since the City Bicentennial Celebration have some of the hydrants in Dunkirk been painted with artistic intent.

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  16. Brewing workshop part of Thursday eventRead the original story

    Tuesday May 22 | Observer

    The Fredonia Technology Incubator is teaming up with the Dunkirk Historical Society and Academy Heights Neighborhood Association to celebrate the legacy of the Dotterweich family, their impact on the city of Dunkirk, as well as, to highlight the shared history with Koch's Brewery. The Dotterweich & Koch's Brewery History Exhibit is open to the public through June 22 at the Fredonia Technology Incubator.

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  17. Area policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 21 | Observer

    Deputies pulled over a vehicle Friday evening for allegedly speeding on Route 76. The driver, Robert N. Best, 77, of Ripley, parked his vehicle on private property during the stop. After receiving the initial citation for the infraction, Best allegedly refused to leave the scene.

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  18. Dunkirk, Fredonia meet in softball playoffs todayRead the original story

    Monday May 21 | Observer

    OBSERVERa SFile Photo Dunkirk's Kaitlyn Davis rounds the bases after hitting a home run during a regular season game this year. The year of the Dunkirk-Fredonia rivalry has one final chapter, as the Lady Marauders and the Lady 'Billies face off for a spot in the Class B1 softball final today in Fredonia.

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  19. Gowanda beats Dunkirk at MLB Hall of Fame on Doubleday FieldRead the original story

    May 13, 2018 | Observer

    The Gowanda Panthers and Dunkirk Marauders got to share a memorable baseball experience over the weekend, as the two teams traveled to Cooperstown to visit the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, before playing a non-league game, Sunday, on Doubleday Field. The two teams traveled on a bus together out to Cooperstown beginning Saturday morning and stayed overnight in a hotel together Saturday night.

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  20. Fredonia's Vince Gullo claims 300th win as coachRead the original story

    May 13, 2018 | Observer

    OBSERVER Photo by Ron Szot In this file photo, Fredonia Hillbillies baseball coach Vince Gullo warms up his team before a game. Last week, Gullo claimed his 300th win as Fredonia head coach in a win at Silver Creek on Tuesday.

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