Saturday, February 6, 2021

News Briefs

THE WYOMING COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT will be hosting the “2nd Dose COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics” next week. The clinics are only for second dose administration, county officials said in a news release. Those interested must have an appointment. If you received your first dose of Moderna vaccine in January you may be eligible for your second. Call to be sure Clinic is open and supplied with adequate doses.
A CHILD SAFETY SEAT FITTING STATION will be conducted Tuesday at the Warsaw Fire Department. Call (585) 786-8890 to make an appointment and for further details. Free replacement seats may be available to those with financial need. Additional clinics will be set through out the year.

COMMUNITY COLLEGES brace for COVID cut backs — Community colleges owned by the State University of New York will prioritize cutting administrative jobs and staff to offset revenue gaps caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, officials said, as executives proposed $46 million cuts to state community colleges over the next two years.

A CASTILE MAN accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting two toddlers may be able to face trial after he was released from a psychiatric center. The predatory assault charge is New York's most severe sex-related charge and carries a maximum sentence of 25 years to life in prison. 2 days ago

TO CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH, the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism is sharing the unique history that took place within the county. America’s first anti-slavery political party was organized in Wyoming County at the Warsaw Presbyterian Church in 1839. 

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