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  • 'Polar bears' plunge into Seneca Lake
  • 2013 Graduation Photo Galleries
  • 2014 budget shows 1.59 percent levy increase
  • 2014 issues for Yates Legislature include connectivity, waterfront development, budget
  • 9-year-old dies in Barrington accident
  • REVIEW&EXPRESS marks 160 years
  • Access to schools–now more limited
  • After abrupt closing, Glen Theater will reopen
  • After residents object, tax cap override passes
  • Annual Montour Falls carnival is this weekend
  • Arc of Schuyler honors volunteers, employees
  • Archaeology talk digs up big turnout
  • Area breweries use local farm produce
  • Area code won’t change for now
  • Area counties lag state traveler spending
  • Area farms participate in annual Farm Day
  • Area gun owners join thousands in Albany
  • Area post offices will reduce hours
  • Area wineries earn symposium awards
  • Arts festival starts Saturday in Penn Yan
  • Attorney: County can bypass bidding process
  • Audit: ‘Financial managers lacking’
  • ‘Sound of Music’ set for this weekend
  • ‘Sweeney Todd’ coming to Penn Yan
  • Barrington votes ‘No’ to override tax cap
  • Benton tables bulk fuel storage permit application
  • Blauvelt wins Miss Penn Yan 2014
  • Board approves State Route 14 apartment plan
  • Board hears results of bridge study
  • Board reviews sewer inspection work
  • Boat museum board seeks Urbana site
  • Boating museum gets a new home
  • Boating museum opens its doors
  • Boating safety courses will be required for all
  • Budget includes 2.05 percent increase
  • Building collapses in Penn Yan
  • Candidates discuss stances on budget, fracking
  • Candidates file for school board election
  • Cardboard boat races: Will it float?
  • Cargill gives $22.5K to food project
  • Catharine Trail: A terrific autumn walk
  • Cayuta crash results in one fatality
  • Chamber helps with holiday shopping
  • Christensen resigns his village post
  • Classic boats are coming to Keuka
  • Cold weather will be here for awhile
  • Collins family attends royal garden party
  • Commander honors Dundee’s Holly Trueman
  • Committee presents ideas for downtown revitalization
  • Community honors Shaw, 'A real life hero'
  • Counties choose Rochester firm for services study
  • Counties prepare for shared services study
  • County allocates $200k for site engineering
  • County applies for cleanup at marine site
  • County approves four story hotel site plan
  • County approves Hampton Inn hotel site
  • County approves marina contract extension
  • County budget: Legislators talk 5-7 percent
  • County fills deputy sheriff position
  • County pushes back against Monterey closing
  • County reaches agreement with Captain Bill’s
  • County will seek consolidation consultants
  • County will share taxes with village
  • Crops are soaking up the summer heat
  • Cuomo announces delay with fracking decision
  • Cuomo tours area wineries; Keuka Spring Vineyards wins Governor’s Cup
  • Curtiss school back on the market, again
  • CVS pharmacies will stop selling tobacco products
  • Dandy Mart plans additional diesel pumps in Dundee
  • Deer harvest numbers are increasing
  • Dennis is new Yates County chairman
  • Developers reduce proposed apartment units
  • Development center reviews condo project
  • Diner reopens after ‘fantastic’ assistance
  • Discovery Campus opening day moved to 2014
  • District attorney candidates debate SAFE Act
  • Dix resident receives life sentence
  • Does Tyrone need an audit?
  • Dundee appoints Houck superintendent
  • Dundee bands compete in Seneca Falls
  • Dundee board approves search consultant
  • Dundee budget shows 9.8 percent increase
  • Dundee celebrates hero’s homecoming with procession
  • Dundee cemetery rates up sharply
  • Dundee Foods building has $1.75M price tag
  • Dundee fund reaches 15 organizations
  • Dundee gets $600K award for upgrades
  • Dundee gets their new $524K fire truck
  • Dundee holds graduation for 54 seniors
  • Dundee names new interim superintendent
  • Dundee parents: Review the dress code
  • Dundee presents ‘Willy Wonka!’ musical
  • Dundee pulls out of solar project
  • Dundee rope team recovers deceased victim
  • Dundee school approves new dress code
  • Dundee takes first look at new budget
  • Dundee village, school discuss sharing services
  • Dundee woman dies in three car accident
  • Dundee, Hammondsport plan holiday events
  • Dundee, Penn Yan, Odessa-Montour and Hammondsport celebrate senior graduations
  • Economic council touts business growth
  • Economic impact of grape, juice, wine: $4.8B
  • Election petitions are due Feb. 11
  • Election set for next Tuesday, Nov. 5
  • Elmira Psychiatric Center will remain open
  • Emergency funds will be available
  • Emergency responders celebrate training success
  • Engineering complete for gas building upgrades
  • Engineers: waste plant may be $31M
  • Extended middle school day starts Dec. 2
  • Federal agency approves gas storage
  • Federal assistance now available
  • Festival features parades, food, music and more
  • Finalists named for school superintendent
  • Finance group will review village options
  • Finger Lakes receive more media attention
  • Finger Lakes Wine festival opens with toga party
  • Finger Lakes Wine Festival starts Friday
  • Fire department’s carnival is set for the weekend
  • Firefighters plan festival
  • Firefighters plan open house times
  • Firefighters rescue man from gorge
  • Flood damage: Christmas toys will be replaced
  • For spring sports, no more winter weather
  • Former mayor is ready to serve again
  • Friends, family gather for Watkins graduation
  • Garrett building may lose tax incentive
  • Gas Free Seneca group protests project
  • Glenora owners purchase Hector winery
  • GOP group doesn’t endorse District 1 winners
  • Governor declares emergency for Yates County
  • Governor requests federal disaster declaration
  • Grand Prix celebrates the Mini
  • Grapes, apples may have record harvest
  • Group will provide team equipment
  • Gun sales are up after shootings, new legislation
  • Hall of Fame will induct new members
  • Hamilton resigns in Penn Yan
  • Hammondsport accepts $50K purchase offer
  • Hammondsport bids farewell to the class of 2013
  • Hammondsport earns silver medal award
  • Hayden earns ‘Prosecutor of the Year’ award
  • Hazlitt raises more Seneca Santa funds
  • Hazlitts win conservation award
  • Hearing dates set for hotel, tax relief
  • Heavy rain prompts flash flood warning
  • Hector Fair is this weekend
  • Hector Fair starts this Thursday
  • High water prompts ‘no wake’ order
  • Himrod names Parish Firefighter of the Year
  • Home energy assistance funds go quickly
  • Home sale prices are up by double-digits
  • Hospital receives $657K grant
  • How did Gardner unseat incumbent Cook?
  • How do 2013 county budget increases compare?
  • How will you mark Earth Day?
  • How’s your business this summer?
  • Humane Society seeks donations, grant
  • Ice damage hits Keuka Lake docks
  • Icy Keuka Lake jolts ‘polar bears’
  • Inergy gas project supporters speak up
  • Inergy will get $7M property tax cut
  • It’s a holiday weekend
  • It’s commencement for the Class of 2014
  • It’s ice wine season
  • Iversen plans 72 room hotel project in Penn Yan
  • Jones withdraws his name for Jerusalem seat
  • Judge sentences Trappler 25 years to life
  • Judge strikes down portions of SAFE Act
  • June 29 and 30 are free fishing days in New York State
  • Jury finds Trappler guilty of murder
  • Kathy Ring announces retirement
  • Keeping more local money in counties
  • Keuka Arts Festival starts Saturday
  • Keuka College president outlines projects
  • Keuka Lake rates first for area trout fishing
  • Keuka Lake School will move from Lake Street
  • Keuka Maid will stay in pieces for now
  • King points out regional plant details
  • Koehler, Vazquez named first Highlander, Lady Scot
  • Lake Country Players perform ‘Tom Sawyer’
  • Lake group calls conditions ‘abnormal’
  • Lake levels are going down, slowly
  • Legislative term limit vote fails
  • Legislators discuss public transit options
  • Legislators hear marina lease comments
  • Legislators set additional budget workshop
  • Legislature approves 5.41 percent levy increase
  • Legislature approves service limits
  • Legislature doesn’t vote on term limits
  • Legislature honors Purple Heart veterans
  • Legislature rejects invasive species law
  • Legislature renews sales, use tax rate
  • Legislature votes to reopen marina negotiations
  • Legislature will focus on shared services, budget
  • Liberty owners will reopen former Sarrasin’s restaurant
  • Library vote will be April 8
  • Lifetime Care will add Dundee office
  • Local groups provide weekend entertainment
  • Local wineries earn top state awards
  • Mace Street work begins
  • Maguire purchases Learn Motor Company
  • Memorial Day: A tribute for heroes
  • Memorial Day: Honor the fallen heroes
  • Microsoft, Sony recognize Himrod gamer
  • Milo approves sewer bypass contract plan
  • Milo defers action on fence law
  • Milo has 11 watershed violations
  • Monterey closing: Village sees new expenses
  • Montour Falls approves sewer study
  • Montour Falls completes community project
  • Most of Outlet Trail closed for repairs
  • Musical events set for this weekend
  • NASCAR page wins national award
  • NASCAR race ends with action
  • NASCAR returns to Watkins Glen
  • Neighbors purchase proposed site
  • New boat will help with area water rescues
  • New Microtel approved, with conditions
  • New promoter changes speedway name
  • New state laws start Jan. 1, 2013
  • No tax rate increase, tax levy up 2 percent
  • Now is the time for ice wine
  • O’Hearn offers alternative to tax freeze
  • O’Mara honors local seniors in Albany
  • O’Mara joins task force on heroin addiction
  • O’Mara will honor Lauren Snyder in Albany
  • Obituary / death notice page now on www.observer-review.com
  • Odessa approves new program
  • Odessa graduates look from past to future
  • Odessa plans ‘The Sound of Music’
  • Odessa-Montour receives $190K school grant
  • Odessa-Montour retains football, swimming
  • Officials consider county options
  • Officials see results with lake treatment
  • Organizations bring in funds for flood relief
  • Outlet board elects new members
  • Outlet group delays elections until April
  • Panel discusses race, justice, health care
  • Park gets $5 million for redevelopment
  • Penn Yan Airport receives $1M runway grant
  • Penn Yan benefits from construction
  • Penn Yan budget includes levy increase
  • Penn Yan estimates millions in damage
  • Penn Yan flood damage totals $261K
  • Penn Yan middle school needs a new roof
  • Penn Yan Rotary Radio Day is Saturday, May 10
  • Penn Yan school budget has 2.49 percent increase
  • Penn Yan school budget up 1.3 percent
  • Penn Yan school reviews budget increase
  • Penn Yan seniors celebrate graduation
  • Penn Yan will add 50 new jobs
  • Penn Yan woman dies in accident
  • Philips plant plans to close yearend 2013
  • Phillips talks about Common Core program
  • Phillips: Curriculum delay is ‘not clear’
  • Phillips: State curriculum implementation is a 'disaster'
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Antique boat show in Hammondsport
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Dundee Scottish Festival parade
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Independence Day celebrations in the Finger Lakes
  • PHOTO GALLERY: It's time for the car shows
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Regatta tests cardboard boat builders
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Snow graces weekend events
  • PHOTO GALLERY: The rain stops, but water problems continue
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Veterans Day honors service
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Village Christmas features Santa
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Vintage racing takes over Watkins Glen
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Yates County honors emergency responders
  • Planning board approves Benton facility
  • Plans are set for the Green Grand Prix
  • Police arrest fourth person in burglaries
  • Potential storms continue to threaten flood area
  • Preliminary village budget below cap
  • President Obama will serve local wine
  • Principals report tests are ‘stressful,’ ‘intensive’
  • Pro golfers visit Oak Hill in Rochester
  • Professor: Heavy rain causes ‘huge’ impact
  • Protest fleet rallies on Seneca Lake
  • Protestors demand resolution repeal
  • Public forum set for waterfront information
  • Reading approves gas project, amid concerns
  • Redevelopment of marina would cost $5M
  • Redistricting starts with November election
  • Reed holds town hall meetings in Watkins and Penn Yan
  • Reed supports gas storage, fracking
  • Reed talks food stamps, health care
  • Reed will participate in regional roundtable
  • Resident asks attorney to review sale
  • Residents approve area school budgets
  • Residents consider options for cemetery
  • Residents disapprove of building projects
  • Residents discuss waterfront options
  • Residents hear wastewater plant details
  • Residents must reapply for STAR credit
  • Residents sound off on Saturday delivery
  • Residents support village police
  • Residents vote down appointed treasurer position
  • Results from the Tuesday, March 18 election
  • Rite Aid plans store renovations in Penn Yan
  • SAFE Act deadline requires registration
  • SAFE Act regulations are now in place
  • Sahlen’s kicks off racing action
  • Sahlen’s weekend expands racing entries
  • Saturday is set for Dundee Day
  • School board candidates offer ideas
  • School consolidation project starts
  • School district, attorneys are reviewing sale
  • School holds informational presentation
  • School reaches officer agreement with village
  • School reserves: how much is enough?
  • School starts next week, with some changes
  • School uncovers forgotten fallout shelters
  • School vote will be May 20
  • Schools delay veterans tax exemption
  • Schools making ‘Common Core’ progress
  • Schumer discusses crop damage
  • Schuyler agrees to reduce Wal-Mart assessment
  • Schuyler Candidate Profiles for the Nov. 5 general election
  • Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office issues boater advisory
  • Schuyler Farm Bureau opposes horizontal fracking
  • Schuyler hires Welliver, Hunt for repairs
  • Schuyler legislature supports gas storage
  • Schuyler men sentenced on drug charges
  • Schuyler offers smartphone app for alerts
  • Schuyler party candidates file for the primary
  • Schuyler resident wins $1 million
  • Schuyler Transit opens bus run to Corning
  • Schuyler unemployment rate 7.8 percent, Yates is 6.6 percent
  • Schuyler, Yates awarded $50K consolidation grant
  • Schuyler, Yates to pursue consolidation study
  • Scots’ drumline, band take first place
  • Scott highway dedication will be Sept. 7
  • Scottish Festival set for Saturday
  • Section of 14A designated 'Christopher J. Scott Memorial Highway'
  • Sen. Schumer visits Rooster Fish in Watkins
  • Senate names Beverly Stamp ‘Woman of Distinction’
  • Seneca Lake winery makes a Yankee tie-in
  • Seneca Lake: Algae may become toxic
  • Seneca Santa will help 400 needy children
  • Sheriff enacts boating ban on Keuka Lake
  • Sheriff plans to rearrange duties, positions
  • Sheriff responds to threat at Keuka College
  • Sheriffs: New state gun law needs changes
  • Shutdown has local impact
  • Significant fine may stop wastewater plan
  • Slideshow: 2012 holiday celebrations
  • So, how cold has it been?
  • Soil, water group receives $1.6 million
  • SPECIAL REPORT: Keuka Outlet Trail
  • Springtime is the season for potholes
  • Starkey extends industrial fracking moratorium
  • Starkey will again consider moratorium
  • State delays Common Core plan details
  • State extends deadline for comments
  • State flood relief: ‘Together, we will rebuild’
  • State funds museum, waterfront development
  • State grape harvest shows big increases
  • State honors Specchio with Hall of Fame
  • State increases penalty for driver texting
  • State investigates Hammondsport man’s death
  • State legislators address business, early voting
  • State legislators discuss mandate relief, gun law
  • State of Emergency remains in effect
  • State park attracts 529K visitors
  • State park reaches all-time high
  • State paves Route 230 in Tyrone, Barrington
  • State seeks comments on 315 area code
  • State will close Monterey Shock facility
  • State: Monterey ‘negligent’ in oversight
  • States receive jail time for stolen funds
  • Stun gun gets teacher arrested
  • Superintendents: Looking for feedback
  • Survey: Don’t disband village police
  • Tax cap proposal divides legislature
  • Tentative budget shows 10.9 percent tax increase
  • The Observer earns national photo award
  • The rising popularity of craft brews
  • Theater group presents ‘Guys and Dolls’
  • Three arrests made from burglary investigation
  • Tight propane supply means price increase
  • Tornado hits, wind damages Reading home
  • Two-county group reviews benchmarks
  • Two-year-old dies at home
  • Tyrone man completes 15 year aviation project
  • Tyrone names Jean Kosty the supervisor
  • Tyrone residents petition for audit
  • Tyrone supervisor announces resignation
  • Unofficial election results are in
  • Veterans Day services set
  • Veterans Park raising funds
  • Village board tables hotel site plan approval
  • Village considers more gas project questions
  • Village introduces draft noise ordinance
  • Village planning board details hotel conditions
  • Village works toward wastewater compliance
  • Village, county discuss revenue sharing options
  • Village, owner consider rebuilding options
  • Village, workers reach tentative agreement
  • Villages are ready for holiday celebrations
  • Villages plan holiday celebrations
  • Vonneida gets another 21 years
  • Voters approve school budgets
  • Voters will decide school budgets May 20
  • Voters will decide trustees next Tuesday
  • Voters will decide trustees next Tuesday
  • Waneta Lake: ‘Worse every year’
  • Waterfront development deal is coming next week
  • Waterfront development deal is official
  • Waterfront festival set for this weekend
  • Watkins approves two grant amendments
  • Watkins bids are $2.3M under budget
  • Watkins candidates address resident concerns
  • Watkins expects $513K more in state aid
  • Watkins Glen commemorates graduates
  • Watkins Glen graduate passes away
  • Watkins Glen is ready for 'No, No, Nanette'
  • Watkins Glen school gets $442K grant
  • Watkins Glen State Park gets $5M for entrance redevelopment
  • Watkins Glen track gets international attention
  • Watkins holds school closing event
  • Watkins middle school project gets $3.8M grant
  • Watkins police post festival parade routes
  • Watkins receives $1M student fitness grant
  • Watkins school adopts $24 million budget proposal
  • Watkins school board appoints Myers president
  • Watkins seeks plans for lakefront
  • Watkins selects developer for middle school
  • Watkins sets hearing on consolidation
  • Watkins students protest gas storage
  • Watkins track must change security details
  • Watkins wants school to cover officer cost
  • Watkins wastewater plant fine is $20K
  • Watkins, Odessa pursue joint bus service
  • Watkins, Odessa set for holiday celebrations
  • Watkins’ $24.6M school expansion is underway
  • Weekend events include Glorious Garlic Festival, Italian-American Festival and motorcycle show
  • Who will be the 2014 Miss Penn Yan?
  • Why are student test scores dropping?
  • Whyman resigns county treasurer post
  • Will village oppose the gas project?
  • Windmill will open for the 27th season
  • Wine, food event ready for the weekend
  • Wineries promote Finger Lakes Riesling
  • Winter grape damage gets disaster relief
  • Yates approves 6.9 percent tax levy increase
  • Yates ARC will merge with Schuyler
  • Yates candidates file primary paperwork
  • Yates County Candidate Profiles for the Nov. 5 general election
  • Yates County continues budget review
  • Yates County planning board approves Taco Bell site plan
  • Yates County Red Cross office to close
  • Yates county unemployment at 6.4 percent; Schuyler 7.8
  • Yates fair plans fireworks, tractor pulls
  • Yates homes sales are down 16 percent; Schuyler down 10
  • Yates marine reports are region’s highest
  • Yates opposes ‘clean water’ restrictions
  • Yates Sheriff investigates burglaries
  • Yates, Schuyler and Steuben unofficial primary results are in
  • Yates, Schuyler real estate sales are down
  • Yates, Schuyler see median home prices increase
  • Yuhasz resigns from legislature
    SPORTS
  • ‘Krossin’ Keuka’ finish line is sweet!
  • Ballard and Webb face-off in Geneva
  • Dundee beats Honeoye 71-44
  • Dundee beats Marcus Whitman, 55-32
  • Dundee beats South Seneca
  • Dundee boys take league crown
  • Dundee boys win against Harley, 69-58
  • Dundee boys win, 64-14
  • Dundee crowns Samantha Clark and Paul Pollack queen and king
  • Dundee defeats Naples
  • Dundee defeats Naples, 51-37
  • Dundee falls in sectional quarterfinals
  • Dundee falls to Kendall, 46-38
  • Dundee finishes season 5-2 with shutout win over Lyons
  • Dundee girls beat Naples
  • Dundee girls beat Naples, 14-4
  • Dundee girls beat Red Jacket, 68-51
  • Dundee goes to 13-1 with Red Jacket win
  • Dundee goes to 5-0
  • Dundee is Class D Connors and Ferris Bowl champion
  • Dundee loses to South Seneca
  • Dundee loses, moves to 14-2
  • Dundee tops Naples
  • Dundee varsity spring sports schedule
  • Dundee wrestlers beat Sodus, 51-27
  • Dundee wrestlers fall, 59-27
  • Dundee’s Irwin second at sectionals
  • Girls fall to Waterloo; boys lacrosse game cancelled
  • Gould, Chedzoy champions at Watson Invitational
  • Hammondsport beats Alfred
  • Hammondsport defeats Prattsburgh
  • Hammondsport honors 2013-14 athletes
  • Hammondsport loses to Genesee Valley
  • Hammondsport spring sports schedule
  • Hundreds run in Penn Yan Turkey Trot
  • Indians fall 43-41 in close game
  • Indians fall to Newfield
  • Keselowski wins Zippo 200; Ambrose takes pole at Watkins Glen
  • Kyle Busch claims Cheez-It 355 at The Glen victory
  • Lady Mustangs end regular season with a loss
  • Lady Mustangs win sectional quarterfinals game
  • Lady Scots beat Mustangs, 45-38
  • Lady Scots fall to Red Jacket
  • Lady Scots fall to Romulus
  • Lady Scots fall to South Seneca, 8-1
  • Lady Scots lose to Harley, 57-20
  • Lady Scots top Bloomfield
  • Lady Scots win first sectional round
  • Lakers advance to sectional semifinals
  • Lakers lose in overtime
  • Lakers open sectionals with a win
  • Lakers take county title
  • Lakers top Dundee volleyball
  • Mustangs baseball tops Hornell
  • Mustangs beat Geneva, 5-3
  • Mustangs end baseball season with 9-5 loss
  • Mustangs fall to Geneva
  • Mustangs fall to Wayne
  • Mustangs take Class C sectional title
  • Mustangs win Sectional opener, 3-1
  • Mustangs' wrestlers fall to Newark
  • Newark eliminates Penn Yan in sectional game
  • Odessa advances in sectionals
  • Odessa boys beat Marathon, 4-0
  • Odessa falls in championship game
  • Odessa girls lose to Newfield
  • Odessa hosts wrestling duals
  • Odessa swimmers beat Southern Cayuga
  • Odessa, Watkins compete in 'Legends of the Night'
  • Odessa-Montour holds 46th annual sports boosters banquet
  • Odessa-Montour varsity spring sports schedule
  • Penn Yan advances in sectionals
  • Penn Yan advances to state semi-finals
  • Penn Yan beats Geneva
  • Penn Yan beats Pal-Mac
  • Penn Yan beats Waterloo
  • Penn Yan bowlers top Geneva
  • Penn Yan boys top Webster Thomas
  • Penn Yan defeats Aquinas
  • Penn Yan edges Canandaigua in overtime
  • Penn Yan ends season with 53-51 loss
  • Penn Yan falls in state semifinals
  • Penn Yan finishes regular season with a win
  • Penn Yan girls fall in sectional championship
  • Penn Yan girls lose in finale
  • Penn Yan girls lose, 3-0
  • Penn Yan lacrosse advances to semifinal
  • Penn Yan lacrosse players sign letter of intent
  • Penn Yan lacrosse tops Livonia
  • Penn Yan lax beats Bath, 19-5
  • Penn Yan loses to Cazenovia, 8-6, in state semifinal game
  • Penn Yan loses to Midlakes
  • Penn Yan softball falls to Midlakes
  • Penn Yan to play in finals on Tuesday
  • Penn Yan track hosts home meet
  • Penn Yan varsity spring sports schedule
  • Penn Yan volleyball tops Geneva
  • PHOTO GALLERY: DCS Faculty vs Alumni basketball game
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Dundee, Penn Yan and Watkins Glen basketball teams scrimmage
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Friday at The Glen
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Peasantman Steel Distance Triathlon
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Penn Yan lacrosse scrimmage
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Penn Yan wins 19th sectional lacrosse championship
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Scrimmages begin for Penn Yan lacrosse
  • Photo Gallery: Watkins Glen modified lacrosse holds home opener
  • Recent sports photo galleries
  • Repeat winners capture Sahlen's victory
  • Sahlen's concludes with six hour winners
  • Scots advance in sectionals
  • Scots fall to Naples, 5-1
  • Scots top Lakers, 11-6
  • Scots top South Seneca, 63-44
  • Scots win in extra innings
  • Scots' bowlers fall to Bloomfield
  • Sectionals: Penn Yan softball, girls lacrosse advance
  • Senecas beat Lansing, 38-27
  • Senecas blank Indians, 15-0
  • Sports Recap: Week of 4/23/14
  • Sports Recap: Week of 4/30/14
  • Sports Recap: Week of 5/7/14
  • Spring sports photo galleries 2013
  • Three Penn Yan wrestlers place fourth

  • Watkins beats Moravia in sectionals, 39-38
  • Watkins beats Seton, 1-0
  • Watkins boys beat Odessa
  • Watkins boys beat Odessa, 61-24
  • Watkins boys claim large school championship
  • Watkins boys, girls claim sectional titles
  • Watkins ends regular season with loss
  • Watkins ends season at sectional finals
  • Watkins girls beat Edison, 51-30
  • Watkins girls golf finishes second at sectionals
  • Watkins girls top Odessa, 46-24
  • Watkins girls top Tioga
  • Watkins girls win at Odessa
  • Watkins Glen tops Waverly
  • Watkins Glen varsity spring sports schedule
  • Watkins Glen wrestlers host Odessa, Dundee
  • Watkins Glen, Dundee and Penn Yan honor top athletes
  • Watkins holds annual Spud Run
  • Watkins swimmers beat Odessa
  • Watkins swimmers beat Odessa, 87-77
  • Watkins swimmers place third, Odessa fifth
  • Watkins swimmers take third, Odessa fifth
  • Watkins volleyball posts a win
  • Watkins' girls blank Lansing bowlers
  • Webb breaks three career records in Hobart win
    Additional News
  • 'I Love NY' campaign features Finger Lakes
  • A hero’s tribute for Christopher J. Scott
  • Agency releases new fracking pollution rules
  • Area post office hours will change
  • Beating last year's wine sales? It depends
  • Classic cars will roll into Dundee June 27
  • Court adjourns until July in burglary case
  • Dundee, Penn Yan and Hammondsport seniors celebrate their accomplishments at graduation
  • Farmers have early, compressed harvest
  • Finger Lakes wines take gold awards
  • Giant hogweed can be a giant problem
  • How does your hospital compare?
  • It's a festive holiday weekend
  • Landowners exercise lease options
  • Memorial Day honors the fallen soldiers
  • New study says Seneca Lake is declining
  • New trail promotes area breweries
  • Propane prices down 14.3 percent
  • Reed, Shinagawa debate fracking, job creation
  • Residents cast their vote
  • Residents pressure town for moratorium
  • Sahlen's weekend begins
  • School official: New assessments are 'a nightmare'
  • Slow down, road work season is here
  • State issues air quality advisory for Wednesday
  • State warns public about ash borer
  • Ten year trend: Fewer students and teachers
  • Thousands line the street for Scott procession
  • Two people stabbed in Penn Yan
  • Watkins Glen, Odessa-Montour hold graduations
    Barrington
  • 'Confusing' detour hurts winery businesses
  • Barrington appoints fracking committee
  • Barrington approves hydrofracking moratorium
  • Barrington approves tax levy cap override
  • Barrington fracking forum draws 45 people
  • Barrington has concerns about 'flying lanterns'
  • Barrington meeting 01/05
  • Barrington meeting 12/10
  • Barrington town board 01/05/10
  • Barrington town board 01/27/10
  • Barrington town board 02/11/09
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  • Barrington town board 2/22/12
  • Barrington town board 2/23/11
  • Barrington town board 3/21/11
  • Barrington town board 3/28/12
  • Barrington town board 4/25/12
  • Barrington town board 5/26/10
  • Barrington town board 6/23/10
  • Barrington town board 7/25/12
  • Barrington town board 7/28/10
  • Barrington town board 8/24/11
  • Barrington town board 8/25/10
  • Barrington town board 9/29/11
  • Barrington village board 01/28/09
  • Barrington wants new contract
  • Barrington wants wastewater storage ban
  • Barrington workers want union by April 5
  • County catalogs Barrington culverts
  • Farnan will not run for reelection
  • Republican primary election set for Sept. 13
  • Residents remember the Keuka Hotel
  • Route 54 bridge replacement is underway
  • Sheriff blames weather for crash
  • The Windmill market opens this Saturday
    Burdett
  • Burdett builds new playground
  • Burdett fire department plans 2012 construction start
  • Charges filed in Burdett for attempted murder
  • Finger Lakes Distilling will double in size
  • Odessa, Burdett want public input
    Catharine
  • Catharine approves society's permit
  • Catharine Creek is now conservation area
  • County will check property in Catharine
    DIX
  • Police bust Schuyler meth lab
  • Police make second arrest in Dix murder
  • Train, truck collide in Benton
    DRESDEN
  • AES closes Dresden plant, now for sale
  • AES future is still uncertain
  • AES Greenidge turns to biomass burning
  • AES submits plan to shut down plant in March 2011
  • Counselor drowns in Seneca Lake
  • Dresden meeting 1/07/09
  • Dresden trustee resigns, another returns
  • Dresden village board 01/06/10
  • Dresden village board 01/27/09
  • Dresden village board 02/03/10
  • Dresden village board 04/07/10
  • Dresden village board 04/08/09
  • Dresden village board 05/05/10
  • Dresden village board 05/27/09
  • Dresden village board 07/01/09
  • Dresden village board 08/05/09
  • Dresden village board 1/24/11
  • Dresden village board 1/4/12
  • Dresden village board 10/08/09
  • Dresden village board 10/5/11
  • Dresden village board 10/6/10
  • Dresden village board 11/04/09
  • Dresden village board 11/3/10
  • Dresden village board 12/2/09
  • Dresden village board 12/7/11
  • Dresden village board 2/8/12
  • Dresden village board 4/6/11
  • Dresden village board 5/4/11
  • Dresden village board 5/9/12
  • Dresden village board 6/2/10
  • Dresden village board 6/6/12
  • Dresden village board 9/1/10
  • Dresden wants to increase fire contract
  • Dresden will consider smoke-free parks
  • Is AES part of a trend for coal-fired plants?
  • Johns is Dresden's new mayor
  • New Jersey company buys former AES plant
  • Residents object to street name change
  • Trustee questions process, spending
  • Wood burning plant battles weather
    DUNDEE
  • $900,000 extra in Dundee reserve funds
  • 'Gray muck' is a natural occurrence
  • Aceyt Food’s plan delayed—building empty
  • Aceyt Foods delays Dundee operations
  • After 31 years, dentist closes Dundee office
  • Area firefighters assist with Irene recovery
  • Attorneys will appeal Coleman ruling
  • Authorities arrest Dundee man on sexual abuse charges
  • Authorities investigate Dundee burglaries
  • Authorities make Dundee drug arrests
  • Back Pack Program will set up in Dundee
  • Board approves Dundee Day bed races
  • Boorom appears in Dundee court
  • Business grants are still available in Dundee
  • Business owners can apply for grant
  • Capurso, Koehler will lead Dundee
  • Chairperson, two members resign from board
  • Coleman must pay back premiums
  • Company submits offer for Dundee Foods
  • Concerns presented to village board
  • Construction vs. Dundee graduation tradition?
  • Crocodile Mercantile gets ready to open
  • Crosswalk safety is a concern in Dundee
  • Dandy Mart offers to buy adjacent Dundee property
  • Deer runs through Dundee youth center, restaurant
  • Door to door surveys ready for Dundee
  • Dundee adopts 2.8 percent school tax levy
  • Dundee adopts budget: Up 6.3 percent
  • Dundee approves 3 percent tax levy increase
  • Dundee approves bids for park work
  • Dundee area improvement plan gets early approval
  • Dundee bands are champions, again
  • Dundee bands bring home more wins
  • Dundee bands claim another championship
  • Dundee bands take class championship
  • Dundee bands win Class C crown
  • Dundee board approves $14.4M budget
  • Dundee budget hearing draws few comments
  • Dundee budget shows 6.4 percent increase
  • Dundee Central presents ‘White Christmas’
  • Dundee Central School meeting watch 11/13
  • Dundee changes roofing project construction date
  • Dundee considers solar power
  • Dundee considers virtual website
  • Dundee Days bed races are back
  • Dundee discusses fire assistance
  • Dundee district faces budget cuts
  • Dundee district schedule is ready for the school year
  • Dundee earns state award for character
  • Dundee fails to get grant
  • Dundee fire chief proposes changes for department
  • Dundee fire department wants to incorporate
  • Dundee fire department wants to incorporate
  • Dundee focuses on cemetery maintenance
  • Dundee Foods continues production moves
  • Dundee Foods is reducing employment
  • Dundee Foods will relocate 10 employees
  • Dundee fund starts 55th year
  • Dundee gives contracts for capital project
  • Dundee grocery will convert to Save-A-Lot
  • Dundee has an August court date for Coleman
  • Dundee helps 'Sandy' storm victims
  • Dundee honors firefighters, emergency squad
  • Dundee honors firefighters, first responders
  • Dundee honors years of service
  • Dundee is mailing water data to residents
  • Dundee is unsure of school budget revenue
  • Dundee loses $400,000 grant
  • Dundee makes more cuts to school budget
  • Dundee may cut funds for athletic teams
  • Dundee merchants prepare Main Street grant
  • Dundee moves football, soccer practice fields
  • Dundee names new school administrators
  • Dundee now estimates a $548K deficit
  • Dundee officials praise projects
  • Dundee outlines complaint process
  • Dundee parents hear from officials
  • Dundee plans 59 percent sewer rate increase
  • Dundee plans April budget vote
  • Dundee plans cemetery improvements
  • Dundee plans hearing for tax override
  • Dundee plans new sports Web site
  • Dundee playground is on the way
  • Dundee reports project is on schedule
  • Dundee residents now pay school taxes at Five Star Bank
  • Dundee roadwork kicks up dust
  • Dundee Rotary honors Carley
  • Dundee school board 01/14/10
  • Dundee school board 02/12/09
  • Dundee school board 04/02/09
  • Dundee school board 05/14/09
  • Dundee school board 06/11/09
  • Dundee school board 08/06/09
  • Dundee school board 1/12/11
  • Dundee school board 10/08/09
  • Dundee school board 11/12/09
  • Dundee school board 6/10/10
  • Dundee school board 7/12/12
  • Dundee school board 8/12/10
  • Dundee school district begins work on budget
  • Dundee school project is on track
  • Dundee school surplus is a 'surprise'
  • Dundee school work comes in underbid
  • Dundee seeks help for comprehensive plan
  • Dundee seeks reserve fund information
  • Dundee sees $592K school budget gap
  • Dundee sets hearing for light industry
  • Dundee sewer district created $50K deficit
  • Dundee solar facility will be done Dec. 31
  • Dundee squad has its own emergency
  • Dundee students get funds to start businesses
  • Dundee students promote community values
  • Dundee students raise food for charity
  • Dundee supports villages in fracking court cases
  • Dundee suspends teacher, wants to terminate
  • Dundee tax levy increases 2.5 percent
  • Dundee threatens to lock station gates
  • Dundee village approves new budget
  • Dundee village board 02/10/09
  • Dundee village board 02/23/10
  • Dundee village board 08/11/09
  • Dundee village board 2/14/12
  • Dundee village board 2/28/12
  • Dundee village board 7/27/10
  • Dundee village board 8/10/10
  • Dundee village budget is 16K over tax cap
  • Dundee village tackles financial issues
  • Dundee voters approve $18,036,881 Capital Project
  • Dundee wastewater project gets extension
  • Dundee water tank needs replacement
  • Dundee will go with pagers
  • Dundee will play football in Penn Yan
  • Dundee will purchase new emergency radios
  • Dundee will seek a Main Street grant
  • Dundee will vote on 3 percent tax levy increase
  • Dundee woman goes to jail for protesting
  • Dundee's tax levy is three percent
  • Dundee's Water Street looks a bit different
  • Dundee's welcome signs will get a new look
  • Dundee: Regional powerhouse for bands
  • Dundee’s Hill earns Firefighter of the Year
  • Economic program focus is on Dundee
  • Elections have many unopposed candidates
  • Fire chief proposes buying used gear
  • Fire chief resigns
  • Firefighter aid tops agenda
  • Firm will address Dundee structural concerns
  • Forum warns of Internet dangers for children
  • Foundation donates two laptops to Dundee center
  • Gas leaks in Dundee are increasing
  • Graduation on the lawn, the back lawn
  • Grants available for Dundee area businesses
  • Health improvement project moves into new phase
  • Highland apartments will undergo $3.8M renovations
  • Job eliminated for 'Teacher of the Year'
  • Judge drops charges against Boorom
  • Jury finds Dundee teen guilty in burglaries
  • LiDestri will move some Dundee jobs
  • Miller questions Dundee budget items
  • Mobile bottling unit will get $250K upgrade
  • More trees are needed in Dundee
  • New food company is ready for business
  • New hearing officer will review Coleman case
  • New owner will purchase Giles food store
  • Nine-year-old caught in bomb threat
  • No change in Coleman case
  • Officials will cancel tax plan for Aceyt Foods
  • Reed gets hydrofracking resistance in Dundee
  • Reed visits Dundee early in his new post
  • Report: Dundee company gets purchase offer
  • Residents complain about speed, noise
  • Residents have questions for museum officials
  • Rotarians honor Taylor, Washburn
  • Rotary names Koehler a Paul Harris Fellow
  • Runners, walkers raise $715
  • School board continues planning capital project
  • School boards agree on shared services
  • School budget includes a 2.8 percent levy
  • School project won't raise taxes
  • School roof is next Dundee project
  • Scottish Festival needs volunteers
  • Second student makes bomb threat
  • Sheriff arrests three for Dundee burglary
  • Snyder reports on health care project
  • St. Andrew's Church will close its doors
  • Starkey discusses fracking concerns
  • State has plans for Dundee school project
  • Student joins Dundee school board
  • The changing face of Dundee's main street
  • The Dundee water tank needs replacement
  • The Observer will relocate to 7 Main St., Dundee
  • Three former mayors attend Dundee meeting
  • Towns help with Dundee water line
  • Towns weigh-in with concerns about waste
  • Tri-board discusses fire department
  • Two trustee seats on ballot in Dundee in March
  • Vandalism mars pavilion project
  • Veteran asks for tax exemptions
  • Village looks for input on walking trail
  • Village work leaves some residents unhappy
  • Village: Utilities slow with emergency response
  • Volunteers secretly restore 1969 Cougar
  • Wellness Center needs money, equipment
  • Work begins on historical society building
    HAMMONDSPORT
  • Antique boats power into Hammondsport
  • Authorities find victim in Keuka Lake drowning
  • Boat owner appeals Keuka Maid eviction
  • Chamber wants to create brochure for lake
  • Condo project has new look, new name
  • Curtiss alumni celebrate school
  • Curtiss museum helps solve mystery for show
  • Curtiss museum looks to recreate history
  • Curtiss pilot still in critical condition
  • Curtiss plane crashes, pilot is uninjured
  • Curtiss School will start merge in fall
  • Fate of the Keuka Maid rests in two court cases
  • Getting ready for trout season, April 1
  • Hammondsport apartments are almost full
  • Hammondsport approves condominium site plan
  • Hammondsport approves Curtiss school sale, with objections
  • Hammondsport approves school sale