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Breast Cancer Awareness Month Winner Announced

Breast Cancer Awareness Month Drawing Winner

Congratulations to Tina Knight who won the drawing at Medina Memorial Hospital as part of October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Pictured from left to right – Jenifer Maynard – Director of Imaging, Tina Knight and Sue Knutson lead mammographer.

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Watch Far West Regionals Live

You can watch the High School Football Far West Regionals LIVE all day on Saturday.  Click here to watch the live stream of all three championship games from All High Stadium in Buffalo and to participate in a live chat.

Don't miss a single play of the action as the Western New York championship teams face off against their rivals from Section V in Rochester to try and advance onto the state semifinals.

Holley Boys Gain Class C finals

HOLLEY, N.Y.  —  A lightning quick goal just 36 seconds into the second half keyed No. 2 seed Holley to a 2-0 victory over No. 3 Greece Odyssey on Monday in a Section V Class C semifinal at Byron-Bergen.

Breaking away from a scoreless deadlock, Caleb Orbaker netted what proved to be the game winner for Holley at the 39:24 mark as he pounded in a rebound off an initial shot by Brandon Comden.

 Read the complete story at The Journal Register website.

Carlton Death Deemed Accidental

CARLTON — The Monroe County Medical Examiner’s Office has determined that the death of a Town of Carlton man on Tuesday was due to natural causes, the Orleans County Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday.

 

Read the complete story at The Journal-Register website.

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Maelstrom in WNY: We Are Who We Are Because of Veterans

How can we pay back Veterans for what they have given the United States? You often hear that question on this day as the various ceremonies around the community celebrate and honor those who served for their country. For some the debt owed is greater than others.

There are those Veterans who served in WW II, Korea, Vietnam, Dessert Storm, Iraqi Freedom and Afghanistan. Men and women who were in the heart of the action and have images that will haunt them until the day they die.

We have all watched the films, TV shows and read the books. There are stories of great heroism and tragic outcomes. Young men, barely out of high school put into situations that would test any ones heart and soul. Many left behind in graveyards bearing names we could not even pronounce. Then there are those who returned but left much of their selves behind.

Orleans County Man Killed in Farm Mishap

TOWN OF CARLTON, NY-An Orleans County man was killed in a farm accident while working on his property Tuesday afternoon. 

John F. Clark, 48, was clearing farm land on his property at 12728 Stillwater Road, Carlton, about 5 p.m., when he fell off the tractor he was using to haul a brush hog mower and became pinned under the tractor, Orleans County Sheriff Scott Hess said today. 

Clark was pinned under the right rear tire of the tractor as the machine was about 200 yards off Stillwater Road, behind Clark's house, deputies said.

He was pronounced dead at the scene. His body was taken to the Monroe County Medical Examiner's Office for an autopsy.  

Orleans County Man Killed in Tractor Accident

By Victoria E. Freile, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

CARLTON, N.Y. -- An Orleans County man was killed in a farm accident while working on his property Tuesday afternoon.

John F. Clark, 48, was clearing farm land on his property at 12728 Stillwater Road, Carlton, about 5 p.m., when he fell off the tractor he was using to haul a brush hog mower and became pinned under the tractor, Orleans County Sheriff Scott Hess said today.

Clark was pinned under the right rear tire of the tractor as the machine was about 200 yards off Stillwater Road, behind Clark’s house, deputies said.

He was pronounced dead at the scene. His body was taken to the Monroe County Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy

The incident is not considered suspicious and deputies are investigating to determine whether Clark suffered some sort of medical condition that led to his fall.