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(Update: 8:05 a.m.)
A contingent of Genesee County fire departments were pressed into service this morning for a house fire in Attica.
That fire is now out; Genesee County fire companies are back in service.
Wyoming County volunteers were the first to respond at 218 Exchange Street just before 5:30 this morning.
No further information is available.

Batavia Police crash an underage drinking party.
Police responded to 25 Trumbull Parkway late Friday and arrested four people who hosted the gathering. They were all under 21.
16 other party goers were ticketed for underage drinking. They ranged in age from 17 to 20.

An Attica High School football player is home today and presumably doing OK.
The unidentified player was flown to Erie County Medical Center Friday night following a game at Alexander.
The young man was reported unconscious at the time, but was released from ECMC the next Morning.
The Western New York football community is on high alert for head injuries following the death of a player in Brocton earlier this month.

Over 600 people partied in a Batavia parking lot to celebrate OktoberFest.
The Rotary Club of Batavia held their annual Brewfest Saturday night under the big tent in the Alva Place Parking lot.
The night was capped with the drawing for a brand new Corvette or 40-thosuand dollars cash. 
The grand prize was won by an Alabama man…not the Town of Alabama, the state of Alabama.
The Batavia Rotary Club sells the tickets for the drawing across the country. 
It is the club’s primary fundraiser of the year.
It supports many charitable and youth programs in Batavia.

Supermarket chain Wegmans says the Teamsters union is responsible for an airplane banner that flew over Ralph Wilson Stadium.  
The banner read "Wegmans wants Buffalo to lose," an apparent reference to the union's ongoing contract dispute with the supermarket chain.  


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