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Historic Edition:
October 30th, 2003
Vol. 23  No. 18

Taking God's word to the people

Many who see the Tonawanda Indian Baptist Church sign will never stop in to worship at the church on the hill, but that is alright with its members.

Akron Mini Tigers bring home the ‘Big’ trophy form League Championship

The Akron Mini Tigers brought home the "BIG' trophy beating Bar-Lyn for the League Championship 19 to 8.

Chinese auction raises funds for research

Anna Jake displays some of the items which will be offered in a Chinese Auction this Sunday, November 2 at 1:30 p.m. in the Masonic Lodge #527, 63 John St.

Akron Fire Co. truck purchase approved

Newstead Town Board members cleared the way for the Akron Fire Company, Inc. to purchase a new truck with the adoption of a resolution Monday night.

Attorney to draft cat ordinance for Village of Akron

Akron Village Board members have asked Village Attorney Don Shonn to perfect a cat ordinance for the Village of Akron reflecting their input.

Numerous conditions assigned as Town approves AT&T tower

Twenty terms and conditions were attached as the Newstead Town Board approved a cellular communications tower on Rapids Road Monday night.

Town and Village Boards seek Community Development Funds for local projects

The Village of Akron and Town of Newstead are supporting each other’s applications for Community Development Funds.

Town Board resolution seeks protection of local jobs

In a resolution passed by the Newstead Town Board at their October 27 meeting, the Board asks the Federal government to take steps to save jobs in the United States by working to restore equity and fairness to the international economic playing field.

Town of Newstead candidates respond to questions

Candidates for Supervisor and Councilperson seats in the Town of Newstead next Tuesday, November 4 recently accepted an invitation to answer questions posed by AKRON BUGLE editor/publisher Marilyn Kasperek.

Village looking at a study of drainage and water service on portions of Skyline Drive

Mayor Ray Perkins has asked for an engineering study on drainage and municipal water service on Skyline Drive.

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