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Current Edition:
January 23, 2014
Vol. 33  No. 28
 
Breaking Online News
Basom man arrested on Seneca Nation Reservation

Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard has announced the early morning arrest of a Town of Basom man for DWI following his property damage vehicle accident with a parked car.

 
State Police arrest Village of Akron resident

A Village of Akron man was arrested yesterday for possession of a taser during a search of a Skyline Rd. residence by State Police and Border Patrol officers.

 
 
Annual Cake Bake held

ANNUAL CAKE BAKE – Akron Cub Scout Pack 531 held their annual Cake Bake at the Akron Elementary cafeteria on Thursday, January 15.


Ice Rescue training conducted in realistic conditions

An ice covered pond, snow covered surroundings, and bitter cold temperatures created the perfect setting for ice rescue training last Saturday. Akron and Newstead volunteer fire company members gathered indoors for the “academics” and then crawled into the appropriate outerwear to test their skills outside in the elements.


As temperatures drop, Recreation Dept. programs heat up

With frigid temperatures expected across WNY this week, the Newstead Recreation Department programs are still heating up with a variety of opportunities for youth and adults alike in the community to get out of the house and get into some “fitness and fun!”


Community involvement in afterschool program sought

Help from the community is welcome as the C. Dee Wright Community Center revisits introducing a Homework/afterschool program.


Computer Coding class suggested at Akron Central

Over 110 students participated in an “Hour of Code” initiative at Akron Central which was part of a national effort to create awareness among students of computer code and its applications. Teacher Bob Meek organized the local event and reported to Board of Education members at their meeting on January 15 that the response of students who participated was 96 percent positive.


Dates to Note

This column features a summary of dates and activities you may want to note. It is our hope the column will help you plan your personal and your organization’s calendars to minimize conflicts. Submit dates to Akron Bugle, P.O. Box 464, Akron, NY 14001 or email to news@akronbugle.com


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Elementary students sing well at county festival

Akron Central Elementary students participated in the Elementary Erie County Solo Festival on Saturday, January 11, for an opportunity to be chosen to an All-County performing group.


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Leaping Lizards! Akron Central presents musical production of ANNIE

Just as the musical wrapped up its Broadway revival in New York City this January, Annie, one of the best-loved family musicals of all time, will hit the stage of the Edward Allen Auditorium of Akron Central Schools on Friday and Saturday, February 7 and 8 at 7:00 p.m.


Minor league sports offer their own level of innocence, eh?

Sherman Says Overpaid athletes ruined the show during the pro football playoff games on Sunday. It’s a sad reflection on a slice of society that used to be universally worthy of admiration and respect.


Newstead Historical Society Update

Membership Dues Due The Newstead Historical Society will soon begin its 56th year! Be sure to send in your membership dues so that the Society can continue to bring its monthly programs to the community, continue to operate two fabulous museums and continue its mission to preserve our local history. We are looking for new members, too!


Newstead Public Library plans programs in January

The Newstead Public Library, Main Street, Akron is planning programs in January. Among them are:


Senior Center - Chair volleyball new in January


The Bugler

This column features a variety of personal interest items, including On the Campus, Business Beat, Births, Anniversaries, and more. Send items to Akron Bugle, P.O. Box 464, Akron, NY 14001 or email to news@akronbugle.com


Tonawanda Braves earn National Lacrosse Championship

The Tonawanda Braves returned from the IMG Nationals, an indoor lacrosse national championship event run by IMG and the American Indoor Lacrosse Association, champions.


Two Akron residents arrested for drug possession in Buffalo

Clarence Troopers working with the Buffalo Strike Force Detail arrested three subjects with numerous charges after traffic stop on January 20, two of whom were Akron, New York residents.


Winter coping/survival tips offered as New York in deep freeze again

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo declared a state of emergency as a major winter storm moved into the New York City metropolitan area on Tuesday and offered winter safety tips.

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