Anyone interested in becoming a school board member throughout the Genesee Valley BOCES District can attend an informational meeting Wednesday, March 27, 7 p.m. at the Nunda Building board conference room in Keshequa Central School.
Glenn R. Burns, 77, died Feb. 26, 2013. Born Sept. 19, 1935, in Dansville to the late Benjamin and Hulda Burns.
The village of Nunda’s business district will be getting a facelift this summer thanks to the New York Main Street program. The NYMS program has awarded the village of Nunda $250,000 to renovate business appearances as well as the landscape in the village.
It’s time for the seventh annual Christmas in Nunda, coming up Dec. 7 and 8.
The state Class C girls soccer title came down to one goal Sunday as freshman Jordyn Haynes claimed Hoosick Falls’ second trophy in two years.
Veterans Day seemed to extend into the middle of the week as Nunda Historical Society hosted Steve Rapp for its monthly program on Nov. 14.
Rapp is a lifelong Nunda resident who has volunteered to attend eight trips with the Rochester hub of Honor Flight Network. His service includes four times as a guardian, twice as an assistant trip leader and twice as trip leader.
Nunda adopted its 2013 budget Nov. 13.
Including the general townwide, highway, Dalton lighting and Nunda fire districts, total appropriations come to just less than $1.4 million.
After two goals in two overtimes Saturday, Keshequa will see two state playoffs in two years.
The Nunda-Dalton girls’ soccer team is again headed back to Cortland to compete in the Class C girls’ soccer state championship next weekend. The Indians bested Addison 2-1 in the Class C playdowns on Nov. 7 and held onto the Far West Regional title by defeating Holland 2-0 Saturday at Webster Thomas High School.
The Keshequa girls’ soccer squad brought home another Section V, Class C championship trophy following a 3-0 win over Wheatland-Chili in Caledonia.
The Nunda Historical Society will salute local veterans at their Nov. 14 meeting with the special program “Honoring our Veterans: The story of Honor Flights” by Steve Rapp.
Nunda folks are planning ahead by getting the word out on its seventh annual Christmas in Nunda, now organized by an independent committee, and letting the public know there is still time to participate.
The third annual Fall in Nunda has attracted a number of scarecrows to the small Livingston County town.
No, not for a scarecrow convention, but as Cindy Welch, Nunda Area Chamber of Commerce president said, it’s “just something we tried to do to dude up Nunda.”
The Nunda Historical Society's fourth Biennial History Days offers two days of history adventures for the whole family on Oct. 10 and 11.
October 1, the village of Nunda will be quietly kicking off a campaign to encourage its residents to make a pledge to shop locally with an initiative called Local First.
As the summer season is now over, camps have quieted down, and youth returned back to school. It’s an opportunity to reflect on the successes that the Camp Cherith volunteers enjoyed.
Changes are afoot at Keshequa Middle School / High School, starting with new principal Kermit Moyer. Moyer, a school administrator who comes from Chenango Valley Central School District in Binghamton, brings new ideas and a fresh perspective to the long-established school.
Kristina Mileham was approved by the Keshequa Central School Board on July 11 as the new Pupil Personnel Services director for the Keshequa Central School District, but did not officially start until Aug. 22. She is a current resident in Wyoming, in neighboring Wyoming County with her family. Her son attends the Wyoming school.
When Bill’s Restaurant closed, even those in other communities expressed their disappointment. But in just a few weeks, it will be resurrected as Bill’s Outpost Restaurant.
Residents and traveling visitors need to come through Nunda during the month of October and the community’s annual Fall in Nunda celebration. The leaves are already starting to change, the first day of Autumn was Sept. 22 and the celebration begins Oct. 1.
Nunda Historical Society will be hosting a presentation by author and filmmaker Michael Keene of Rochester, titled, “Steeped In Legends, and Haunted by a Curse.”