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New Olean eatery closes after short run

OLEAN - Smiley's restaurant, which had opened in early September on Wayne Street as "hometown family restaurant," has closed its doors. The restaurant, which had been located on Wayne Street in the former Silver Slipper restaurant, had been owned by Donald Williams of Cuba. A telephone message left

TIMES-HERALD - 2018-01-16 17:00:00

State & Union: Turning Back The Clock

From a new armory to a coal shortage, from NCAA hopes for the Bonnies to Marilyn Horne singing for Bill Clinton, here's a look back on the week that was 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago on this edition of Turning Back the Clock. 1918 Jan 16 - After months of discussions and queries, word was finally rec

TIMES-HERALD - 2018-01-16 04:13:00

RTW: Public libraries given short end for far too long

As president of the board of trustees, but also as a regular patron of the Olean Public Library, I am writing to publicly declare my support for our library, and for all the libraries in New York state. Our library, like so many others, is the cornerstone of our community. Libraries are for everyone

TIMES-HERALD - 2018-01-16 18:19:00

State & Union: Reader notes discrepancy of gas prices

John Artlip of Olean sent us a couple pictures Monday that illustrate the discrepancy that can exist regarding the price per gallon of gasoline - with the emphasis on the price in Olean often seeming high. On a recent trip to Buffalo, John noted a posted price for gasoline at a Springville Country F

TIMES-HERALD - 2018-01-16 17:00:00

Young: Work against SAFE Act continues 5 years later

It's been five years since sweeping gun law changes were approved, but local officials still hope that changes will come. The Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act of 2013, enacted Jan. 15, 2013, was approved with support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Assembly and Senate Democrats and 11 of 29 Repu

SALAMANCA PRESS - 2018-01-15 16:16:00

Motherhouse Gift Shop taps the talents of Sisters while helping charity

ALLEGANY - One of the Sisters uses her camera and computer to make beautiful, inspiring note cards, while others crochet and knit hats. lap robes, baby blankets and "mug rugs." Although the St. Elizabeth Motherhouse Gift Shop has been a fixture at the 115 E. Main St. facility for a number of years,

TIMES-HERALD - 2018-01-15 18:30:00

King's words on hate and love still resonate

Amid contentious political fights, one of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s memorable quotes from his book "Strength to Love" remains relevant. The AP asked notable people to consider his words and reflect on what they mean for today's world. (Jan. 14) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smart


Port Allegany Veterans donate to SPCA

The Port Allegany Veterans Memorial made a donation of $5,000, more than the organization has donated in the past, to the McKean County SPCA Sunday. From left are Wayne Thomas, Port Allegany Veterans Memorial president, and Mary Jo Corignani, a representative of the SPCA. "Maddie," center, smiles as

BRADFORD ERA - 2018-01-15 15:00:00

Laporte School Board starts new year with some good news on training grant

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THE PILOT-INDEPENDENT - 2018-01-16 13:00:00

Faith in Action offers new volunteer training session

Faith in Action is offering a new volunteer training session from 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Jan. 16, at the Faith in Action office in Hackensack. New volunteers are asked to attend one training to learn about the program policies and procedures, dealing with diversity and emergencies, and the fun of


Poor road conditions in Bemidji area result in 30 accidents, one fatal

WILTON -- A Solway woman died in one of 30 accidents in the Bemidji area on Monday, according to the Bemidji Police Department and the Minnesota State Patrol. "Drivers are encouraged to slow down and use extreme caution while traveling in the Bemidji area," Bemidji Police Chief Mike Mastin said in

BEMIDJI PIONEER - 2018-01-15 22:48:37

The Regional Report: State denies broadband grant for Mille Lacs

Streetlights in the city of Backus will transition to LEDs, the Echo Journal reported. The Backus City Council agreed to the switch in the interest of affordability. As the sodium vapor lights burn out, the city will replace them with LED bulbs. CROSSLAKE An update to the employee conflict of intere


Vocalmotive named Grand Champion at Onalaska Show Choir Classic

Bemidji High School students competed on Saturday in the Onalaska Show Choir Classic in Onalaska, Wis. BHS went on to win awards for both Grand Champion and Best Choreography. One of the Bemidji students, Alec White, also won the Showstopper Award. Altogether, there were around 70 Bemidji students w

BEMIDJI PIONEER - 2018-01-15 23:15:52

Panthers swim to another dual win

Todd Fritze had the opportunity to put some swimmers in different events for Thursday night's dual meet against Perham/New York Mills. The head coach of the Park Rapids boys swimming and diving team discovered some important things during the Panthers' 105-57 Mid-State Conference win. "I found out a

PARK RAPIDS ENTERPRISE - 2018-01-14 20:49:27

Jenkins: Council makes annual appointments

Jenkins City Council made its official appointments for the new year on Monday, Jan. 8. Appointments included city engineer, Widseth, Smith, Nolting's Dave Reese; city insurance agent, First National Insurance Agency; depository, First National Bank and 4M Fund; official newspaper, Northland Press;

PINE AND LAKES NEWS - 2018-01-16 09:30:01

Bergsven receives grant from PEO International Sisterhood

Trish Quistgaard (left) and Joann Gardner (right), representing Bemidji's Chapter CZ of the PEO International Sisterhood, recently presented Aryn Lee Bergsven with a grant check from the PEO Program for Continuing Education. PEO is a women's philanthropic organization that focuses on supporting wome

BEMIDJI PIONEER - 2018-01-14 20:16:01

Boy found off snowy Boyle County highway. Grandma charged.

A grandmother was arrested after her 4-year-old grandson wandered out from an apartment and onto a highway in Boyle County on Monday. The child was seen standing along Ky. 300 by a passing motorist at about 4:45 p.m. Monday, according to the grandmother's arrest citation. The temperature was reporte

LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER - 2018-01-16 15:05:00

Update: Main shut down Monday due to truck's fluid leak

Main Street was shut down Monday morning between Third Street and Wilderness Road, due to a garbage truck leaking hydraulic fluid onto the roadway. Danville Police and Fire departments received a call about the truck's leak around 6 a.m. and immediately placed barricades to prevent the spread of the

ADVOCATE MESSENGER - 2018-01-16 14:01:10

Preliminary P&Z budget has more expenses than revenue

Danville-Boyle County Planning and Zoning would spend about $23,000 more than it brings in next fiscal year, under a preliminary budget draft discussed by the P&Z Budget Committee this week. The draft budget plans for $218,003 in expenses, but anticipates only $194,850 in revenue, with most of that

ADVOCATE MESSENGER - 2018-01-15 16:54:48

First African-American extension agent to be honored at M. L. King Day celebration in Harrodsburg

A century ago in Mercer County, University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension welcomed its first African-American agriculture agent, Ananias Lorenzo Garvin. During this year's Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, the county and UK Cooperative Extension will recognize his contributions throughout h