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September 28, 2014 Don’t overlook our scenery Editor, OBSERVER: A senior citizen recommends: ¯ State Route 5 hugs the eastern shore of Lake Erie as it meanders southward through Chautauqua County’s famous vineyards. more »»

Many have climate concerns

September 28, 2014 The new organization, Chautauqua Citizens Respond to Climate Crisis, greatly appreciated your featuring our climate rally on the front page of the OBSERVER (Sept. 21). more »»

Loan rates still too high

September 27, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: In June 2013, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. more »»

‘Brave step’ by CVS with tobacco

September 25, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: CVS removing tobacco from their shelves is a huge step in improving public healt. more »»

People's Column

September 21, 2014 Sinclairville’s big party Editor, OBSERVER: Saturday was my village’s “History Fair Days” event. I spent the hours of 7 to 9 a.m. more »»

People's Column

September 13, 2014 Trial headline in poor taste Editor, OBSERVER: I am writing in regard to your coverage over the summer of the trial of Jason Wells, who was found guilty in the death of a Fredonia woman. more »»

Saluting a worker from Gunnard’s

September 11, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: Here’s a poem for Mamie Criscione: A staple at Gunnard’s Store Who would help to pick the perfect gift For any occasion that was in need. more »»

Auxiliary sold on rummage sale help

September 9, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER The Cherry Creek Auxiliary would like to thank all who donated and supported our recent rummage sale. more »»

Plenty of jabs in race for Congress

September 7, 2014 U.S. Rep. Tom Reed has consistently voted with the GOP to eliminate benefits for working folks. more »»

Bipartisan actions help area, nation move ahead

September 7, 2014 At a time when Congress cannot agree on much, U.S. Rep. more »»

Ignoring climate change won’t reduce future impact

September 7, 2014 This is in response to “No science backs up alarmists” published Aug. 31. If only ... most scientists didn’t believe that climate change is occurring, due largely to human activity. more »»

People's column

September 7, 2014 Spann is best choice for Dems Editor, OBSERVER: Tuesday is Primary Election Day in Chautauqua County. more »»

People's Column

August 30, 2014 Another out for the region Editor, OBSERVER: I just can’t believe the Jamestown Jammers are moving out. Jamestown has had a team since I was a kid back in the ’50s (probably even longer then that). more »»

Americans are not the priority

August 25, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: Barack Hussein Obama, pay attention! You seem to feel that you are the president of the illegals in this country, rather than the true American citizens! Fort Hood was an act of... more »»

People's Column

August 23, 2014 Fixing ills, one family at a time Editor, OBSERVER: They hit the nail on the head. If you missed Vicki Westling and Christine Jacobson’s articles (July 30 and Aug. more »»

Breakfast assistance was appreciated

August 21, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: Thank you to all who supported our Cherry Creek Junior Firefighter Breakfast. We do appreciate it. Special thanks to Kenny Chase for his fresh maple syrup donation. more »»

Westfield partnership is an opportunity

August 18, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: In a recent article about Brooks Memorial Hospital (Aug. 10), there was a confusing statement concerning Westfield Memorial Hospital. more »»

Generosity benefits Brocton Fire Co.

August 16, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: The Brocton Fire Company would like to thank all those who donated to our annual fund drive. more »»

Facility is more like a clinic

August 14, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: The urgent care facility in Gowanda is not an emergency room for dealing with life-threatening trauma or injuries. There’s nothing urgent about what is handled at this facility. more »»

Giving credit for winning catch

August 12, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: Your editorial in Saturday’s paper incorrectly noted that Bob Kaus caught the 10.92-pound winning walleye during the Conservation Club’s recent contest. more »»

 
 

 

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