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Historic Edition:
April 14th, 2005
Vol. 24  No. 41
 

Reporter's Instinct

REPORTER’S INSTINCT was evident with Mrs. Grefrath’s Akron Central School Kindergarten class Tuesday morning. The class, on their way to visit the Newstead Public Library saw something new at 67 Main Street and stopped in to check it out. The class was the first group to visit the new home of the AKRON BUGLE. Publishers Ken and Marilyn Kasperek took a few minutes to show students how a newspaper is put together and to answer a few questions, and the class treated the Kaspereks to a great “Thank You Song.” The Grand Opening of the new office is planned for early July, but if you see the lights on you are welcome to stop in. The AKRON BUGLE drop off box continues to be at the Akron Pharmacy, also on Main Street, and news can be sent to PO Box 464, Akron, NY, or to editor@akronbugle.com.


Lockport Triangle installs new Beloved Queen

Miss Kristina Little ended her term and Miss Megan Cummings began her term as Beloved Queen of the Lockport Triangle #128 during the Public Installation of Officers on April 2, 2005.


Relay team breaks school record in season opener

Akron’s Varsity Boys 4 x 100 relay team set a school record in the Track team’s ffirst dual meet of the 2005 track season.


Borrowing increases under new state budget

While Erie County’s fiscal mess continues to be attacked by a synergistic thumb-twiddle, it has at least served to obscure other major stories of note in these parts, including Albany’s euphoric spasm over passing a state budget in name only.


Nature Pilgrimage planned in Allegany State Park

Nature lovers of all ages are invited to heed the call of the wild by attending the 46th Annual Allegany Nature Pilgrimage in Allegany State Park. Reservations are now being accepted for this year's celebration of nature, which is scheduled for Friday, June 3, 2005 through Sunday, June 5, 2005. Register at: http://www.alleganynaturepilgrimage.org


News district designed to improve planning process for drainage

Supervisor Summe said the Drainage Committee will stay the recommending board for the District. Arlene Richardson asked how the committee will assess and determine priorities. “Cost, need, feasibility will go into the assessment,” Mr. Casolini responded.


No comments from public over new development in town

Three site plans received attention at the Newstead Town Board meeting Monday night with two receiving approval and one put on hold until all the information for the application is available.


Stroke Screenings

My best friend who just turned 60 had a stroke recently and is now living out the rest of his days in a wheel chair and can hardly speak. What happened to him scares me more than anything. I can't think of anything worse than a disabling stroke. Is there any new health test out there that can help predict or prevent a stroke? I've seen first hand what a stroke can do, and I don't want it to happen to me.

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