- Local News
Don Heupel/For The News Workers were installing curbs this week and preparing for paving as part of the Parker Fries sewer project. The town is currently in the midst of the third phase of the endeavor, a step that's costing $9.9 million.
- Canal Fest
MIA SUMMERSON/FOR THE NEWS The consolation race took place after the final race to see which boat would be the last one floating. This event was won by the Amherst Marine Center, Inc. boat, built by Brett Getz and Matt Kanaley.
DUVALL: On lines blurred, crossed and nonexistent
It strikes me more and more how blurry the lines have gotten in all facets of our world, large and small.
TUCKER: Oh, the joys of Sound Off
Never thought the words "Thank goodness for Sound Off" would ever be printed here.
ADAMCZYK: And now for something completely different...
Last weekend I attended a local movie theater (a plushy, posh experience; they design these places now to get you out of your living room and away from your home electronics) to watch the sun set on the British Empire.
- DUVALL: On lines blurred, crossed and nonexistent
Camper Joslynn Bullget rides her horse Katie during equine camp at the Niagara County Fairgrounds. The fair begins Wednesday.
More than rides & food
When the Niagara County Fair opens Wednesday, hundreds of people will enter the county fairgrounds in Lockport for the first of five days of exhibits, shows, rides and food.
But what not all of the visitors may realize is that much of this summer tradition is the result of months of hard work by 4-H Club members and their leaders and families, all focused on the words of the 4-H motto: “Learn By Doing.”
- COLUMN: Behind the tattoo gun
- CRIB NOTES: No matter what, the kids just want to play the game
- CRITTER COMPANIONS: Visiting the neighbors
- Stop and smell the flowers
- For the love of nature
- More than rides & food