BUFFALO BILLS TO FACE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS in 2021 AFC Divisional Round this Sunday, 1-23-22, 6:30 pm at Arrowhead Stadium and on the CBS television network.
ATTICA AND MEDINA topped region's snowfall totals -- Medina topped the GLOW region with 22 inches of snow accumulations, according to the National Weather Service in Buffalo. Attica was second with 18 inches, followed by Batavia and Leicester with 17 inches apiece. Those numbers were based on official NWS data. One person contacted The Daily News to report more than 20 inches outside Warsaw. Several school closings were reported Tuesday, including Lyndonville, Medina and Dansville. Richmond Memorial Library in Batavia was also closed Tuesday due to an unexpected heating problem.
PERRY CHEERLEADERS WIN Schylar Hyer Memorial Cheerleading Competition -- For the second straight week, Perry cheerleaders competed without three team members, who were out with an illness, but still managed to take home a first place finish at the Schylar Hyer Memorial held at Bath Haverling High School last Saturday. Perry, coached by Cheryl Hayes, won the Varsity Division 4 class. Members of the first place team were Peyton Leitten, Madison Bradley, Destiny Hopkins, Anabel Bucknam, Emily Wagner, Julissa Vazquez, Makayla Leitten, and Jayda Hank.
THE SLEDDING HILL IN ARCADE -- The sled hill at the Village Park’s east end is open as weather permits. The hill is lit and available until 10 p.m. daily, officials said The hill is unsupervised, so sledding is at people’s own risk.
MORE INFORMATION on the tractor-trailer ramming into the back of the garbage truck on Rt. 63 Tuesday, catching fire and burning: