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Historic Edition:
July 22nd, 2004
Vol. 24  No. 4
 

Parzych/Hahn engagement announced

Joseph and Kate Parzych of Akron announce the engagement of their son, Joseph R. Parzych III to Alison Diane Hahn, daughter of Randall and Christine Hahn of Chatham, New York.


Cutting Deep

Erie County highway crews are cutting deep into Bloomingdale Avenue this week as they prepare to improve drainage and repave that roadway from John Street to the Village of Akron line. When completed, the road surface will be lower and curbs visible. The project is being facilitated with the use of specialized equipment. Traffic patterns and parking will be disrupted as the project continues.


New Knee Replacement Option

Some time back, I read your column about a new hip replacement procedure that has patients up and recovering sooner, has them spending less time in the hospital and may even cost less money. Sounds great. But I don't have a hip problem, I have a knee problem, and I wonder if there's a similar knee replacement surgery. I'm an active senior who pastors a large church and I'm dreading the lengthy recovery, not to mention pain that is part of the conventional remedy. Can you help?


Partnership with Hilbert expands college options for Senecas

A partnership between the Seneca Nation and Hilbert College will make higher education opportunities more accessible to college-bound Senecas and help improve their chance for academic and job success. It's the only agreement of its kind the Seneca Nation has established with a Western New York college.


Town Board supports Medicaid Reform

Newstead Town Board members adopted resolutions supporting a request for Medicaid Reform at their July 12 meeting.


Village Board begins work on sewer system

Village Board members voted last week to expand VRI wastewater management services in an effort to move toward solving several problems in the collection system.


We need to follow through on more great ideas

It’s hard to believe what can happen sometimes when colleagues share a beer and some wings. Or, in the case of Ulrich’s Tavern, sausage and a side of sauerkraut.


Wet audience enjoys All Hank band

Despite a soggy, crisp, rainy day, the performance of the All Hank Band went on last week for a group of hardy souls. Although they had to come out with their umbrellas and rain gear, sit under trees to keep dry or step up to a front row seat under the gazebo roof to stay out of the weather, they were rewarded for their efforts with a good dose of Hank Williams music, including an encore!

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