Pike

Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 1:44 pm

Two firefighters sustained injuries during a barn fire Wednesday afternoon at 5622 Broughton Road, Gainesville. One firefighter suffered a broken wrist and the other with exhaustion. Both members were treated and released from Wyoming County Community Hospital.

Crews from Silver Springs, Castile, Perry, Gainesville, Perry Center, Pike, Bliss, North Java, Warsaw, Nunda, Cuylerville, and Pavilion fire departments were on the scene of the blaze for eight hours.

Fire Chief in Charge Silver Springs Fire Chief John Proper and crew were assisted at the scene by Wyoming County Emergency Services, Wyoming Correctional Facility and Monroe Ambulance. Companies standing by at empty fire stations included Wyoming, Mount Morris, Cuylerville, Wiscoy Rossburg fire departments, and Mount Morris Emergency Medical Services.

The fire at Broughton Farms caused an estimated $350,000 in damages and remains under investigation.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 2:43 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, agriculture, announcements, Pike, 4-H.

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Information sourced from a press release, photos submitted:

A total of 1,040 exhibits were judged and awarded ribbons this year at the Wyoming County Fair in Pike. Additionally, 153 4-H Cloverbud exhibits were on display and awarded participation ribbons. Several displays and activities in the Youth Building reflected this year’s fair theme – Hometown Pride Shared County Wide.

Castile County Kids 4-H Club received First Place Blue for their 4-H Club educational exhibit. Master Builders 4-H Club won Second Place Blue and The Zoo Crew 4-H Club earned Third Place Blue.

Throughout the week, 32 4-H’ers repeated their public presentations and 22 mannequin-modeled in the Youth Building at the Pike Fair.

There were 160 exhibits from Wyoming County 4-H'ers at the New York State Fair in Syracuse Sept. 1-4. At State Fair, Wyoming County 4-H'ers were awarded 106 Blue Ribbons, 34 Red Ribbons, four White Ribbons and 13 Participation Ribbons (for Cloverbud exhibits).

The following 4-H member's projects were chosen to represent Wyoming County at the Pike fair and were on exhibit at this year’s New York State Fair:

Communications & Expressive Arts

    • Elliana Wolcott

Food & Nutrition (including Preserved Foods)

    • Jack Heppner

    • Allison Herrick

    • Derek Ikeler

    • Jodilee Ikeler

    • Aidan Kimpel

    • Lilah Stroud

    • Nathan Zywiczynski

    • Macy Boss

    • Danielle Herrick

    • Noelle Milhollen

    • Morgan Milhollen

    • Autumn Milhollen

    • Dylan Mirrione

    • Autumn Patterson

    • David Zywiczynski

    • Abigail Parker (3 items)

    • Grace Zywiczynski

    • Nathan Perl

    • Rachel Zielinski

    • Kelsey Arnold

    • Katie Fisher

    • Mya Hardie

    • Gae Mysliwiec

    • Isabella Noon

    • Elliana Wolcott

Fine Arts & Crafts

    • Rebecca Semmel

    • Emelyn Bell

    • Grace Kunze (2 items)

    • Megan Minkel (3 items)

    • Payton Romance

    • Grace Zywiczynski

    • Ashley Peila

    • Sorrell Brown

    • Bridgette Deer

    • Sylvia Waligora

    • Alexis Johnson

    • Katie Fisher

    • Danielle Herrick

    • Mary Jane Mathis (2 items)

    • Abigail Schreiber (2 items)

Hobby Crafts & Home Environment

    • Mary Jane Mathis (2 items)

    • Abigail Schreiber

    • Alexa Wolcott

    • Elliana Wolcott

    • Kelsey Arnold

    • Katelyn Hardie

    • Macy Boss

    • Rebecca Semmel (2 items)

Child Development/Care

    • Rebecca Semmel

Wearable Art

    • Emily Brown

    • Abigail Skillman

Textile & Clothing

    • Katie Fisher

    • Lilly Auger

    • Alexa Wolcott

    • Carlee Fisher

    • Linsey Rissinger

    • Katie Terry (2 items)

    • Miriam Shepard

    • Lea Tokarczyk

***Additionally, Abigail Parker had her dress selected for State Fair but could not have it formally judged due to her participation in the NYS Fair Fashion Revue.

Visual Arts/Photography

    • Nate Zywiczynski (2 items)

    • Rebecca Semmel

    • Noah Almeter

    • Caleigh Castlevetere

    • Alexa Domes (2 items)

    • Isabella Noon

    • Katie O’Hare (2 items)

    • Sarah Phillips (2 items)

    • Rebekah Spicer (2 items)

    • Katie Terry

    • Meredyth Weaver

    • David Zywiczynski

Vegetables

    • Elizabeth Skrzpek (4 items)

    • David Zywiczynski (8 items)

    • Grace Zywiczynski (8 items)

    • Joe Zielinski (5 items)

    • Mary Zielinski (4 items)

    • Rachel Zielinski (5 items)

Cut Flowers

    • Erika Conrad (3 items)

    • Rachel Hatch (4 items)

    • Grace Kunze (6 items)

    • Addison Zielenieski (4 items)

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)

    • Abby Lewandowski

    • Colton Auger

    • Ella Szucs

    • Alexa Wolcott

    • Naomi Shepard

Cloverbud Exhibits

    • Eleanor Perl

    • Mary Harwood

    • Emily Harwood

    • Trinity Smith (2 items)

    • Abilene Foss

    • Owen Norton

    • Ashley Youngers

    • Madison Youngers

    • Izabelle Carmichael

    • Kaylee Powell

    • Charlotte Kirsch

Below are 4-H'ers who represented Wyoming County in the following events at the State Fair:

State Fair Fashion Revue

    • Caleigh Castlevetere

    • Genevieve Homac

    • Abigail Parker

    • Hannah Spicer

    • Rebekah Spicer

    • Natalie Standish

    • Margot Treadwell

    • Mary Zielinski

State Fair Produced in NYS Foods Presentation

    • Macy Boss

    • Alexa Wolcott

    • Elliana Wolcott

Teen Evaluators

    • Caleigh Castlevetere

    • Genevieve Homac

    • Abigail Parker

    • Mary Zielinski

    • Aurora Mysliwiec

County Booth Teen Leaders

    • Abigail Schreiber

    • Aurora Mysliwiec

    • Mary Zielinski

    • Caleigh Castlevetere

    • Genevieve Homac

    • Abigail Parker

    • Hannah Spicer

    • Rebekah Spicer

    • Natalie Standish

    • Margot Treadwell

Iron Chef Competition Wyoming County 4-Her’s

    • Abigail Schreiber

    • Caleigh Castlevetere

    • Abby Parker

    • Natalie Standish

Adult Volunteer Helper

    • Kay Swyers

The following Wyoming County 4-H’ers for received purple “Special Recognition” rosettes at the State Fair:

    • Nathan Perl – maple syrup

    • Danielle Herrick – basket

    • Abigail Schreiber – genealogy

    • Mary Jane Mathis – crocheted wool slouch hat

    • Emily Brown – knitted cable hat

    • Katie Fisher – lined Jacket

    • Katie Terry – prom dress

For more information about 4-H, call the CCE of Wyoming County 4-H office at (585) 786- 2251 or visit http://wyoming.cce.cornell.edu/

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Top photo: Castile County Kids 4-H Club members and their First Place education booth at the Wyoming County Fair.

Second photo: Wyoming County 4-H'ers mannaquin model at the NY State Fair. First row: Margot Treadwell. Second row, seated from left: Hannah Spicer, Rebekah Spicer, Natalie Standish. From left, standing are: Mary Zielinski, Caleigh Castlevetere and Abby Parker.

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Below: NYS Fair Produced in NYS Foods Contest participants, from left: Elliana Wolcott, Macy Boss and Alexa Wolcott.

Bottom: Wyoming County 4-H'ers who participated in the NYS Fair Iron Chef Competition, from left: Natalie Standish, Abigail Schreiber, Caleigh Castlevetere and Abby Parker.

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 10:53 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, news, events, announcements, Castile, Pike, government.

Information sourced from a press release:

Town of Castile Supervisor Keith Granger is being honored by the New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC) tonight for graduating from the NYSAC County Government Institute. The ceremony will be held at the NYSAC Fall Seminar in Syracuse.

Granger is not only the supervisor for the Town of Castile but also serves as a member of the Wyoming County Board of Supervisors.

The County Government Institute is a collaboration between NYSAC and Cornell University to provide training to county leaders. Curriculum includes required courses on building consensus, financial management, ethics, management, and the foundations of county government.

Granger says that he learned a lot from the Institute, particularly in areas of county finance and the many aspects of the budgeting process.

“I appreciated the learning experience to acquire personal skills and understanding of county issues,” Granger said.

“The County Government Institute equips county officials with the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to address the challenges and opportunities of leadership, and to engage in civil dialogue with constituents as well as fellow leaders,” said NYSAC President and Schoharie County Treasurer William E. Cherry.

Born and raised in the town of Pike, Granger served for a combined 13 years as mayor for the villages of Pike and Castile and as trustee for a combined 14 years. Additionally, he retired at the rank of Sargent in 2014 after 25 years as a corrections officer at the Livingston Correctional Facility.

“The Institute’s vigorous curriculum prepares county leaders with the skills and knowledge necessary to meet the increasing demands of local government leadership in now and in the future,” said NYSAC Executive Director Stephen J. Acquario.

The courses are offered at NYSAC’s upcoming Fall Seminar in addition to an annual Legislative Conference in February, and Finance School in May. Courses are also offered regionally throughout the year, and enable county leaders to stay up-to-date on timely issues and opportunities in local government.

For more information about the County Government Institute visit www.nysac.org/cgi

The New York State Association of Counties is a bipartisan municipal association serving the counties of New York State including the City of New York. Organized in 1925, NYSAC’s mission is to represent, educate and advocate for member counties and the thousands of elected and appointed county officials who serve the public.

Monday, September 4, 2017 at 3:04 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, Ridin' Shotgun, photos, Pike, Gainesville, Perry, Castile.

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There are those rare occasions where I am truly "riding shotgun" during my photo excursions. This latest post is one of them.

It all started with a flat tire and my need to go to the grocery store.

Needless to say, a text to a friend, a nice day, and almost two hours later, we finally made our way to the store. But not until after driving on a few unfamiliar, "limited maintenance" roads ridin' shotgun somewhere in East Wyoming County.

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Monday, September 4, 2017 at 12:26 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Gainesville, Pike.
Event Date and Time: 
September 30, 2017 - 4:30pm

The Gainesville Fire Department and Rescue Squad is holding a fundraising raffle at 6 p.m. Sept. 30, 67 E. Main St., Pike. Doors open at 4:30.

Tickets are required to the event and include food and beverages.

The grand prize is a 4-day trip for two to Cancun, Mexico. Five additional “mega” floor raffles will also be available and include dining out, family fun, party package, an adult beverage package, and a kayak package.

For more information ask any Gainesville Fire Department member or call (585) 493-2273.

Monday, September 4, 2017 at 12:16 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Gainesville, Pike.

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The Gainesville Fire Department and Rescue Squad is holding a fundraising raffle at 6 p.m. Sept. 30, 67 E. Main St., Pike. Doors open at 4:30.

Tickets are required to the event and include food and beverages.

The grand prize is a four-day trip for two to Cancun, Mexico. Five additional “mega” floor raffles will also be available and include dining out, family fun, party package, an adult beverage package, and a kayak package.

For more information ask any Gainesville Fire Department member or call (585) 493-2273.

Friday, September 1, 2017 at 5:21 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, news, Pike, Warsaw.
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      Richard Gargula

A Pike man with a host of drug charges under his belt pled guilty to a more recent set of drug charges while in Wyoming County Court Thursday.

On Aug. 31, Richard Gargula waived indictment on: criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree, criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree, both Class B felonies; tampering with physical evidence, a Class E felony; and the following as misdemeanors -- two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree; driving while ability impaired by the combined influence of drugs or of drugs and alcohol; driving while ability impaired by drugs; and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree.

He pled guilty to criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree, a Class B felony; driving while ability impaired by drugs as a misdemeanor.

However, this latest batch of charges is one of many the 34-year-old has acquired during the past couple of years.

On Aug. 11 Gargula, of Pike, was accused of driving with a suspended license when he was stopped on Shearing Road in the Town of Gainesville. At the time of his arrest he allegedly failed field sobriety testing, was found to be in possession of suspected cocaine and heroin, and was determined to be impaired by multiple drug categories following an evaluation by a drug recognition expert.

Gargula is also being accused of tossing suspected cocaine inside a nearby residence in an attempt to conceal evidence.

He was put in Wyoming County Jail on $10,000 cash bail or $20,000 bond.

Previous arrests and charges include:

    • On Sept. 14, 2015, Gargula, then 32, was charged with criminally possessing a hypodermic instrument and speed in zone. Gargula was stopped on Telegraph Road Sept. 11 for allegedly driving 63 in a 35-mph zone. During the traffic stop, it is alleged that Gargula was in possession of a hypodermic syringe used for heroin injection.

    • On March 19, Gargula, then 33, was charged with criminal solicitation in the fourth degree. He is accused of soliciting Melissa Preen to commit the felony of criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree.

Due to Gargula being an inmate at the time of his arrest, his personal belongings were searched by jail staff. Officials say a narcotic preparation was found within his clothing. Subsequently, he was also charged with introduction of dangerous contraband in the first degree, a Class D felony, and criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fifth degree – more than 500 mgs. of cocaine, a Class D felony. 

He was jailed on $1,000 cash bail or $2,000 bond for the solicitation charge and $10,000 cash bail or $20,000 bond for the felony charges. 

    • On May 25, he pled guilty to attempted promoting prison contraband in the first degree, a Class E felony. He was scheduled to be sentenced Aug. 17.

    • On Aug. 17, he was charged with one count of criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree and one count of criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree.

    • On Aug. 18, he admitted to violating his sentencing cap. Bail was revoked and he was held without bail in the Wyoming County Jail.

Sentencing is scheduled Sept. 14. He is being held without bail in the Wyoming County Jail.

Friday, August 18, 2017 at 12:08 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Pike Fair, Pike, Food.

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Generally speaking, when people think of the fair, the food is typically one of the first things that comes to mind. 

As the 2017 Wyoming County Fair in Pike winds down, food vendors continue to be at the ready to serve favorite fair fare, as well as new treats.

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 12:51 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, news, Warsaw, Pike, Perry, Wyoming.
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   Richard F. Gargula

Richard F. Gargula, 34, of Pike, was charged Aug. 17 with one count of criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree and one count of criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree. Gargula is accused of selling heroin to an agent of the Wyoming County Drug Task Force in May while in the Village of Warsaw. He was arraigned in Warsaw Village Court and returned to the Wyoming County Jail in lieu of $50,000 cash bail on this new charge. He was already in jail on an unrelated charge. The Task Force includes members from the Sheriff’s Office as well as the Arcade, Attica, Perry, and Warsaw Police departments. Task Force members remind residents that suspected illegal drug activity can be reported to the confidential drug tip line, (585) 786-8965.

Jeffrey Rigerman, 33, of Jamestown, was arrested Aug. 10 on a Family Court warrant for failure to obey a support order. Rigerman was found at his residence by the Jamestown Police Department and then turned over to the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office. He was put in Wyoming County Jail on $5,000 bail.

Franklin Cook, 35, of Wyoming, was arrested Aug. 16 on a Wyoming County Superior Court violation of probation warrant. Cook was found at his home in the Town of Middlebury and taken into custody without incident. He was put in Wyoming County Jail where he will be held until the next available Superior Court date.

Matthew Wendt, 31, of Angelica, was arrested on a Failure to Pay Fine warrant issued by the Village of Warsaw Court. Wendt was taken into custody at a home on Water Street in the Village of Perry without incident. He was then taken to the Village of Warsaw Court where he was arraigned and released after paying the remaining balance on his fines.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 4:33 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, news, Pike, heroin.

Richard Gargula, 34, of Pike, was charged Aug. 11 with: tampering with physical evidence, a Class E felony; two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, a Class A misdemeanor; and driving while ability impaired by drugs and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree, both as misdemeanors. Following a traffic stop on Shearing Road, Gainesville, Gargula is accused of driving with a suspended license. During the stop he was asked to perform field sobriety testing, which he allegedly failed. Additionally, deputies say he was found to be in possession of suspected cocaine and heroin. After being evaluated by a drug recognition expert, who determined him to be impaired by multiple drug categories. Also during the stop, Gargula allegedly attempted to conceal evidence by getting out of his car and tossing suspected cocaine inside a nearby residence. He was arraigned in the Village of Warsaw Court and put in Wyoming County Jail on $10,000 cash bail or $20,000 bond. He is due in court at a later date.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 3:42 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Pike Fair, Pike, firefighters.

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A couple hundred firefighters from 38 fire departments from Wyoming and surrounding counties, of which 19 hail from Wyoming County, showed off their finest at the annual Fireman's Parade Tuesday night at the Pike Fair. 

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Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 2:57 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Pike Fair, Pike, Wyoming County Fair.

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A throng of spectators lined Main and Water streets Monday night for the Wyoming County Fair Grand Parade. 

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at 12:34 pm

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The cause of the fire that decimated a home at 3700 Telegraph Road, Eagle, remains under investigation, fire officials say.

Early Thursday morning firefighters from Bliss, Pike, Gainesville, and Centerville fire departments responded to the home in Eagle under the direction of Fire Chief in Charge Bliss Fire Chief Clarence George.

Assisting at the scene included Wyoming County Emergency Management, the Sheriff’s Department, the Red Cross, and RG&E. Standing by at empty fire stations were Arcade, Castile and Silver Springs fire departments.

Crews were on the scene for three hours.

Although no injuries were reported, the fire is blamed for the total loss of the home and contents, along with a dog and a bird.

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Thursday, July 20, 2017 at 10:10 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, news, fire, Pike, Bliss, Gainesville, Arcade, Castile, Silver Springs.

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Firefighters from Pike, Bliss, Gainesville, and Centerville fire departments scrambled to an early morning fire on Telegraph Road – between Lyonsburg and Centerville roads – in Eagle today.

The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.

No injuries were reported at the time of this post.

Assisting at the scene included the Wyoming County Sheriff's Department and Emergency Management. Standing by at empty stations were Arcade, Castile and Silver Springs fire departments.

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Thursday, July 13, 2017 at 4:47 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, weather, flood, Pike.

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Wyoming County Sheriff's deputies urge caution when traveling Route 39 at Hardys Road in Pike due to heavy flooding on the roadway. 

New York State Department of Transportation crews have been dispatched to the scene.

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Friday, June 9, 2017 at 11:52 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, announcements, education, Pike.

Anthony Butler, of Pike, has been named to the dean's list for the spring semester 2017 at Youngstown State University (YSU), Ohio. Butler is a exercise science major.

The dean's list recognizes the university’s best and brightest students. The list includes those full-time undergraduate students who have earned at least a 3.4 grade point average while carrying a course load of 12 or more credit hours.

Youngstown State University, an urban research university, offers nearly 13,000 students more than 135 undergraduate and graduate programs. As a major educational and economic development resource in the region, YSU is known for its focus on academic research and creative programs. For more information, visit www.ysu.edu.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at 3:55 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, fire, news, Silver Springs, Castile, Perry, Gainesville, Pike.

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No injuries were reported in the fire in Castile Tuesday that cause an estimated $65,000 in damages. The cause of the fire at 4294 Fairview Road, Castile, remains under investigation.

Crews from Silver Springs, Castile, Perry, Gainesville, and Perry Center fire departments were on the scene for two hours yesterday afternoon. 

Assisting Fire Chief in Charge Silver Springs Chief John Proper, was Wyoming County Emergency Services. Standing by at empty fire stations included Pike, Gainesville and Mount Morris fire departments.

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