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“What’s the Hoopla?”

Thu, May 6, 11:00 AM

Olean Public Library, Olean

“What’s the Hoopla?”

Education

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Stories, songs, and movement. Each family will have their own hula-hoop bubble, their own bin of supplies and their own sanitizer, so they can stay apart and stay safe. Masks will be required.

134 N. Second St. Olean, NY 14760
Reading Can Be Ruff

Thu, May 6, 3:30 PM

Olean Public Library, Olean

Reading Can Be Ruff

Education

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Reading out loud with a “Paws”itive friend can reduce stress and make practice fun.

The library invites folk to read with furry friends and to join super active story time. Persons can register by calling and are expected to wear masks in library.

134 N. Second St. Olean, NY 14760
Family Cook-Along

Tue, May 11, 7:00 PM

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Cattaraugus County, Ellicottville

Family Cook-Along

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The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Cattaraugus County will host a cook-along for families, with a “nutrition fun” theme via Zoom. Call (716) 699-2377, ext 109 or email gsp72@gmail.com to sign up.

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Mother Teresa, SBU and Cake: TAP Alum Recalls Tommy Lasorda

If the phrase “legends never die” held any truth, Tommy Lasorda would have been well past immortal.

Reality is, though, that legends do die, and the world of baseball lost Lasorda, the longtime Dodgers manager and all-around Los Angeles icon, at the age of 93 on Thursday.

Tommy was a legend in every sense of the word. He racked up a record of 1,599-1,439 as a manager, won World ...

Even in a Pandemic, Investigative Journalism Continues

It would have been difficult enough to do the project in the field.

Investigative journalism, as it turns out, is even harder to do while staring through a computer screen. Being surrounded by talented journalists in the Arizona desert, however, lightened that burden.

When I applied for the Carnegie-Knight News21 fellowship program in November of 2019, I knew the challenge that presented ...

That Itch You Can’t Scratch

You know how when somebody tells you not to touch your face while you are going outside with your face mask? That is when you suddenly become conscious of an itch. Don’t you just hate that? With the coronavirus still raging on and giving us a reason to wear a face mask and keep six feet apart from strangers, it is starting to become annoying.

Therefore, it is a really scary time. If ...

IRS: Some people get more time to file without asking; Anyone else can request an automatic extension

April 29, 2021

WASHINGTON − Anyone can request an automatic tax-filing extension, but some people get extra time without asking, according to the Internal Revenue Service.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, this year the IRS postponed the usual April 15 deadline for filing individual income tax returns until May 17, 2021. Even so, as is the case every year, many Americans will still need more time to meet ...

Here’s why some people got more than one notice about their Economic Impact Payments

After each of the three Economic Impact Payments is issued, the IRS is required to mail a notice to each recipient's last known address. The notice provides information about the amount of the payment, how it was made and how to report any payment that wasn't received. Some people may receive multiple notices about each payment. Most people will simply file the notice with their tax ...

Wolfinger Family Fund provides $5,500 in grants to family supported area nonprofits

The Wolfinger family recently decided to expand the philanthropic scope of the Wolfinger Family Fund and have made possible $5,500 in grants to organizations and projects chosen by the family.

The fund was originally established by area residents Sandy and Connie Wolfinger to support projects and equipment purchases in the Ellicottville, Smethport (PA) and Coudersport (PA) School districts.