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State Sen. Ortt, R-North Tonawanda, is urging the federal government to fast-track visas to assist Afghan people attempting to evacuate from the country which has been taken over by the Taliban following the U. When Taliban forces took the city just a few days ago, my first thought was of the men and women I served with and those Afghans we so proudly worked with to help protect and build a safer, more stable, and more peaceful Afghanistan.

I worried for their lives and the well-being of their families and contemplated the risk they took to help support our mission. Those concerns are amplified today. This is a crisis and all solutions must be considered.

I will specifically be working with my partners in the New York State legislature and throughout New York State government to support an increase in the of Afghan Special Immigrant Visa recipients. His administration failed to plan for that exact scenario, despite the warning s, and has now handed Afghanistan over to the Taliban. Photos by Tom Rivers: U. Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer met with local officials today to celebrate progress in the effort to close high-speed internets gaps in Orleans and rural Niagara counties.

The counties are using part of their federal American Rescue Plan funds for the build out. Schumer was instrumental in the American Rescue Plan being passed in the Senate. That project should be complete in Orleans County Legislature Chairwoman Lynne Johnson said the federal funds will solve the high-speed internet crisis for thousands of homes in the county.

There are 1, addresses without access to high-speed internet and another 6, out of 22, total addresses with only access to low-speed meeting and keeping a Orleans IN man. In Orleans, RTO will co-locate their technology on existing county-owned communication towers. Orleans and Niagara have been working together for a decade on the project. The Niagara-Orleans Regional Alliance made it a priority but only now has it had the funds to proceed with closing the internet gaps.

Schumer also said broadband internet access is a key to reversing the population decline in rural areas. The U. Census Bureau last week released population counts for each county in the United States. The data shows a 5. Orleans shrunk by 2, people in the 10 years, according to the U. Census Bureau, dropping from 42, in to 40, in Lots of people want to live in a beautiful place like this.

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He was influential in the redevelopment of the former Holley High School as well as the cleanup of the former Diaz Chemical site in Holley. Schumer said there will also be funding available to help people pay the costs to connect to the internet, and there will be assistance to help pay for the service. Lynne Johnson also highlighted a new program through the Federal Communications Commission that offers financial assistance for monthly internet. for more information. This map from the CDC shows the levels of transmission for each of the counties in the state.

Red means there is high transmission, while orange the next level down shows substantial transmission and yellow means moderate community spread of Covid The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now lists Orleans County in the red zone as a community with high transmission. Wyoming and Livingston counties are at moderate levels or the yellow zone.

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The CDC map shows nearly the entire state is in either a red or orange zone. The of active cases in each county has increased 26 a week ago in Orleans to 48 today, and 21 in Genesee a week ago to 33 today.

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Of the 19 new cases in Orleans, the individuals are in the age groups of20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s. Orleans also is reporting 17 more of the positive individuals have completed their day isolation and been removed from mandatory isolation.

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In Genesee County there are 27 new positive cases and they are in the age groups of20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. Genesee is reporting 16 more of the positive individuals have completed their day isolation and have been removed from mandatory isolation. According to the State Department of Health, there have been Covid-related deaths in Genesee County and 83 in Orleans during the pandemic.

The Genesee and Orleans County Health Departments issued a news release this afternoon about the community Covid spread:. It is important for those who are not currently vaccinated to talk with their primary care provider to determine whether getting vaccinated is right for them.

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Home tests that need verification will have to complete a follow-up test with an approved provider for documentation and state reporting purposes. If you do either a home test or a test at approved provider, it is important to remember to self-isolate until you receive test .

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For home testing, you are to self-isolate for a minimum of 10 days from onset of symptoms or getting your test result. Contact your primary care physician for further instructions. This double-sided stone commemorates Anna Smith who died in She was 1 year old. It is a small cemetery, about three-quarters of an acre, with some recorded burials. The plot of land originally belonged to the Stevens family, and indeed, the oldest stone is that of Jesse Stevens, dated The last recorded burials were inthose of Malissa Foote and Caroline Bristol.

Cemeteries honor families, each stone was deliberately purchased and inscribed to record the passing of a family member. The earliest stones at Knowlesville, from the s and s, are simple, upright slabs, with basic information — name, date of death, age.

Henry Sawyer died in at the age of They are made of fieldstone and would have been inscribed by a local mason. Later stones are more elaborate, with rounded or curved tops. They generally feature a religious image at the top, a symbol for mourning willow tree or the afterlife finger pointing upwards. Name, birth and death date, or specific age at death are recorded in the center. There is frequently an inscription at the bottom, this was either sentimental or religious.

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Of the three hundred souls buried at Knowlesville, almost a quarter are children. There was a noticeable spike in child mortality between and Some families lost more than one child: the Banister family lost John, aged 10 months in ; Sarah, aged 7 in ; Frances, aged 11, also in ; and Cynthia, aged 18, in William Knowlesfor whom Knowlesville was named in in recognition of his role in the inception and development of the village, is buried at the Knowlesville Cemetery.

He was an early land purchaser, having moved to the area in from Berkshire County, Mass. He built an ashery in The Erie Canal went through his land. He organized the first shipment of wheat on the newly opened Canal and built a warehouse. The impact of the Canal on shipping costs and shipping times was obvious from the very beginning.

With the advent of the Canal, Oak Orchard ceased to be a hub of activity as trade moved to Knowlesville. Soon it was bustling, with stores, blacksmith shops, a cooperage, hotels, taverns and five doctors.

William Knowles funded the construction of the first school in the locality. He was a founding member of the Presbyterian Church. At first, services were held at his home.


He funded half the cost for the construction of the first Presbyterian Church and was a Deacon and ruling member for over forty years. He did not have children of his own, but he and his wife took in and educated eight children.

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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced today that all healthcare workers in New York State, including staff at hospitals and long-term care facilities, including nursing homes, adult care, and other congregate care settings, will be required to be vaccinated against Covid by Monday, September The State Department of Health will issue Section 16 Orders requiring all hospital, long-term care facilities, and nursing homes to develop and implement a policy mandating employee vaccinations, with limited exceptions for those with religious or medical reasons.

Our healthcare heroes led the battle against the virus, and now we need them to lead the battle between the variant and the vaccine. Eligible New Yorkers can receive their third dose 28 days after the completion of their two-dose vaccine series, effective immediately.

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The CDC is currently recommending that moderately to severely immunocompromised people receive an additional dose, including people who have:. New Yorkers should contact their healthcare provider about whether getting an additional dose is appropriate for them at this time. It made for a picturesque setting in a competitive race for 10 sailboats. They raced for 4 miles, having to change directions frequently. Hodgins, 67, of Alexander has been sailing since he was a kid. He is the commodore or the leader of the Oak Orchard Yacht Club this year.

He is enjoys competing in the Thursday evening sailboat races. The Gallivant had a five-person crew, which included the helmsman or helmswoman.