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October 7, 2012
It’s car-deer collision season: Slow down to reduce the damage

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that about 1 million deer-car accidents occur on American roads each year, killing 200 people, injuring almost 10,000 more and causing about $1 billion in vehicle damage. The peak time for these collisions comes each fall. Cornell University experts in both animal-human interactions and highway safety are providing […]

October 4, 2012
Lyons Elks Club Soccer Shoot Out Winners

Pictured (L-R): Alison Cook, Erin Mammano, and Jenna Stone Three students from Lyons Elementary School recently competed in the District Soccer Shoot Out competition sponsored by the New York State Elks Association. Participating as representatives from Lyons Elks Lodge #869 were elementary students, Jenna Stone, Alison Cook, and Erin Mammano. Jenna Stone is a fourth […]

September 30, 2012
WCHS Pets of the Week

Dog - Festus Festus is a 9 year old neutered male tri-colored Beagle/Basset mix. He was a stray that arrived at our shelter a couple of weeks ago. He likes other dogs and would most likely be all right with cats. Fetus loves to go for walk and does well on a leash. He doesn’t […]

September 27, 2012
Annual Apple Tasting Tour kicks off October 1st

This October marks Wayne County’s 15th annual Apple Tasting Tour. Families and apple lovers alike are invited to come spend time outdoors this fall, enjoying the crisp autumn air, taking in the colors of the season, picking their favorite apples and discovering all the different orchards and apple-related businesses that make up this vibrant agricultural […]

September 10, 2012
Fresh Air and Warm Hearts in Macedon

The Nichols family likes to give back. They are involved with their church, and perform community service through the many organizations to which they belong. Terri and Wayne Nichols and their children Jeremy, Jordan and Jess must not have felt their lives were full enough, because back in 2005, they decided they would also sponsor […]

August 30, 2012
Wayne County appoints Haitz Director of Mental Health

The County of Wayne has announced that James M. Haitz, MSW, LCSW-R has been appointed to the position of Director of Community Mental Health Services for the Wayne County Department of Mental Health and Wayne Behavioral Health Network. Haitz served as the County Mental Health Director for nearly seven years from June 2005 to March […]

August 13, 2012
Walworth Scout renounces his Eagle Scout Rank over Gay Ban

“My name is Britton Lense, an Eagle Scout from Walworth, NY Troop 113. I was honored in April of 2006 to receive the rank of Eagle Scout and proud to set an example for others. I joined Cub Scouts when I was 6 years old and continued on the trail to an Eagle Scout because […]

July 19, 2012
The World of Magic - The Card Game

They don’t put on wizard costumes or dress up as goblins, werewolves, vampires or angels, but the crowd that gathers at Crimson Imp Games, Inc. in downtown Seneca Falls each Friday night still enters a world of Magic. “Every Friday, face a greater challenge,” is the catchphrase of Friday Night Magic, a card game that […]

July 7, 2012
“A Ride with Matt” on two coasts to learn and teach about Huntington’s Disease

            With plenty of fanfare and media coverage, the bike riding duo of Matthew Austin and his uncle Adam Austin thanked supporters in Palmyra Park, on June 27th. Their dual-coast bicycle journey, which will be documented on film, is being held to provide awareness for Huntington’s Disease. Huntington’s Disease, a […]

June 30, 2012
Riding Away from Cancer

When Evelyn Debadts of Sodus met her upstairs neighbor at her Florida getaway property, she immediately liked her. She learned over time that her neighbor, Sharon was an athlete from Canada. She was soon to learn so much more about Sharon’s life, struggles and determination, that they became close friends. Sharon Ingle is a 52 […]

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