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Sheriff’s VIPS keeps watch on county’s senior citizens

Helping hand

Lester Johns doesn’t seem to need anyone to watch over him. The 94-year-old veteran of World War II tills his own garden each spring and mows a large lawn. He jumps into his truck routinely and shops after taking part in the activities at the senior center. But with nine decades under his belt and a daughter who lives in Morral, it is no doubt a comfort to know someone back home is watching Lester.

Prayers answered in Dunkirk

Happy new owners

DUNKIRK — When the Price Funeral Home closed its Dunkirk location in 2010, it appeared to be a loss for the community. But in the past five years, the church community led an effort to convert the location into a center dedicated to meeting the needs of the people in the community.

Tacos to go

A crew this morning began demolition of the Kenton Taco Bell. Owner George Kentris has announced the old site will be replaced with a building more traditional to the chain. The restaurant is expected to reopen for the Memorial Day weekend. Prior to the building being used as a Taco Bell for about 20 years, it was a Traditions Restaurant. …

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