countrycourier-2002-02-06

LSI, INC. UPBEAT ABOUT 2002, PROFITS AND PROJECTS



On the heels of President George Bush’s State of the Union address about seeking more military spending, a record year for parent company Astronics Corporation and a major contract for F-16 fighters, Luminescent Systems, Inc. (LSI) of East Aurora expressed optimism about 2002. Housed at 130 Commerce Way, LSI, Inc. will provide parts for the US Air Force’s F-16 fleet […]

VILLAGE CREWS CLEAN UP STORM DAMAGE

Ice storm hits parts of Buffalo and Northtowns

Please see article entitled “EA STORM DAMGE LINGERS, DECLARATION EXPRIES” below “REFINANCING SOUGHT FOR EA VILLAGE WASTE WATER PLANT” on Advertiser Home Page.

VILLAGE CREWS CLEAN UP STORM DAMAGE



Ice storm hits parts of Buffalo and Northtowns Please see article entitled “EA STORM DAMGE LINGERS, DECLARATION EXPRIES” below “REFINANCING SOUGHT FOR EA VILLAGE WASTE WATER PLANT” on Advertiser Home Page.

Results of Poll on Hotel



Do you believe an 80-room hotel on Olean St. at the old LSI factory site is a good use of the property? There were 75 votes with 76 percent saying “yes” and 24 percent saying “no.”

“ANYTHING GOES” MUSICAL SET AT HOLLAND HIGH



Holland High School will produce Cole Porter’s musical “Anything Goes” at 7:30 p.m. Fri. Feb. 22 and Sat., Feb. 23 as well as 2 p.m. Sun., Feb. 24. The story takes place on an ocean liner sailing from New York heading towards England. There is a crazy cast of young women and men, some in love, some engaged, some in […]

TOUGHER VENDOR LAWS WANTED AT MARILLA CARNIVAL

Newly-elected Marilla Town Councilman George Gertz wants the town board to consider adopting tougher laws for vendors selling their wares at the annual Marilla Volunteer Firemen's Carnival in June.

Newly-elected Marilla Town Councilman George Gertz wants the town board to consider adopting tougher laws for vendors selling their wares at the annual Marilla Volunteer Firemen’s Carnival in June. At a recent work session, Gertz, who also is a member of the Marilla Fire Company, said a major problem erupted at last year’s event when vendors were caught selling small […]

REFINANCING SOUGHT FOR EA VILLAGE WASTE WATER PLANT



Despite regional studies on water, solid waste and planning, it appears the only option for East Aurora’s wastewater treatment is to go it alone. Village trustees heard Monday that connecting with an Erie County system is not feasible, and that Erie County’s cost to operate the local plant would be higher than what residents now pay using a private contractor. […]

EA WRESTLERS LOSE TO TONAWANDA, BEAT LACAKAWANA

Host Ray Kron Memorial Moose Tourney Feb. 9th

The Varsity Wrestling team lost to visitng Tonawanda 33-25 in a Dual Match last Wednesday. The Blue Devils gave up 12 points in forfeits due to no wrestlers in two classes. The EAHS team bounced back against Lackawanna 54-6, benefiting from six Steeler forfeits on Monday. The Devils host the annual Ray Kron Memorial Moose Wrestling Tournament Saturday, Feb. 9th.

EAHS DEFEATS EDEN, HOLLAND AND LACKAWANNA

Record is now 10-5 after Beating Lackawanna 71-60 Monday night

The Varsity Basketball teamed avenged an earlier loss and defeated Lackawanna by 11 points, 71-60 at the Steelers gym Monday night. Dave Mallon’s 18 points paced the 6th ranked Small School Blue Devils as Lackawanna, formerly ranked No. 2 in the same division, suffered their first loss. EAHS hosted and coasted past Eden 72-53 last Friday then beat Holland on […]

IROQUOIS SCHOOLS TO VOTE ON NEW CHIEF’S LOGO



The Iroquois School District will have a new logo by March 1 after a vote by current students and staff the week of Feb. 25 the Board of Education reported during its meeting Feb. 4 at the high school library. During the session, which included a tour of the new, $7 million addition at the high school, Superintendent Dr. Michael […]