Weekly Feature

March 22, 2017 RSS feed / Editorial

Poverty workshop puts participants in ‘new shoes’

In the Ken-Ton School District, 13.4 percent of children live in poverty. Although this number may seem small, it affects many families on a daily basis. More...

Out of the Past

24 Years Ago March 25, 1992   More...

OUCH MOMENT —

St. John the Baptist second-graders Emma Piwko, front, and Ella Simonian hold their writing projects, which were inspired by an “ouch moment” or a time they were hurt. More...

School District looks at 2017-18 budget challenges

Interim Superintendent of Ken-Ton School District

Work continues on the Ken-Ton School District budget for the 2017-18 school year, and many school districts in New York State continue to face challenges. More...

Spindle items

Ken-Ton Editor

FREE TEST — Students can get ready for the SAT and/or ACT exam by taking a free, simulated test. Testing is held on the first Saturday of each month and is open to all high school students across Western New York. More...

Laws from long ago overlooked White House accountability

Managing Editor

America, and New York State in particular, have both been known for outdated, unenforceable laws. We should heed the words of President Ronald Reagan. More...

Expanding NY’s Tuition Assistance Program may be a better choice

Assemblyman, 140th District

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal for increasing access to one sector of higher education has received much publicity. More...

Funding to help offset Huntley Power Plant losses

Assemblyman Robin Schimminger and Sen. Chris Jacobs announced what they called a “major win” for taxpayers in the Town of Tonawanda and the Ken-Ton School District in their one-house budget bills, which were approved last week.  More...