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July 18, 2018 RSS feed / Editorial

Trails provide access, benefit a healthy lifestyle

Bee Editorial

There are many reasons why attending an open house can be useful, especially in relation to a town plan or project. It can provide you with more information, and you can find out plans that you may not otherwise know much about.  More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago July 20, 1893   A three-year-old colt was being driven through the village Sunday, attached to a light-covered buggy. More...

Legislative efforts seek protection from Lyme, tick-borne diseases

Lyme and tick-borne diseases cause debilitating, sometimes deadly, results. Across the United States, the number of people being diagnosed with diseases transmitted by mosquito, tick and flea bites has tripled. More...

Spindle items

• SCOUTS — Congratulations to Jacob Hourigan and Trey Perry, from Troop 445 in Getzville, who were honored this spring for achieving the Eagle Scout rank, the highest in Boy Scouting.   More...

Proposed newsprint tariffs a disaster waiting to happen

Auto racing is a sport. One of the commodities on which it relies the most is fuel. Imagine if a major American petroleum supplier decided it wanted the U.S. More...

BIRTHDAY GALA

— Kirby Snyder sits with his mom, Gladys Leighton, during her 104th birthday celebration, which took place with family and friends on July 7 at Beechwood Homes in Getzville. More...