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Riches at hand

August 29, 2014 I’ve thought so much about the column I want to write on the riches the college campus has to offer that I admit to being surprised it wasn’t written – or even begu. more »»

Campaigns heat up after summer

August 29, 2014 Come Tuesday, the day after the final summer holiday, candidates will begin an even greater push for public office. First comes the primary elections, which take place Sept. more »»

Connections bring ‘Magic Moments’

August 28, 2014 “Sweeter than wine, softer than the summer night. Everything I want, I have — whenever I hold you tight. more »»

Signs ‘of something gone wrong’

August 27, 2014 Have you been to Ferguson, M. more »»

Holder needs to get an education

August 25, 2014 The Obama administration pressed for the nation’s schools to abandon what it described as “overly zealous discipline policies” that send students to court instead of the principal’s office. more »»

My wife, ‘Monie’

August 25, 2014 Monica, “Monie” (rhymes with Ronnie) was a strong, intelligent, independent woman. One thing that kept us together 61 years was a mutual respect for one another. more »»

Is your God too small?

August 24, 2014 Bishop John Robinson in his book “Honest to God” suggested that we retire the word “God.” The good Bishop would put the word to rest for a while because it just has too much baggage. more »»

Many to go ‘Paulstrong’ on Sept. 7

August 24, 2014 Most all of us have something to overcome in our lifetime. Forty-four-year-old Paul Szach, born and raised as a respectable hometown citizen, has certainly had much more than his share of adversi. more »»

Spinning our wheels with new law

August 24, 2014 By RALPH BURKE When I first read the Aug. more »»

Responsibility falls on board

August 24, 2014 People from this community, support your Brooks Hospital union workers. more »»

Happiness is contagious!

August 23, 2014 How many of you enter the sweepstakes? I have a story to tell you that I hope will make you laugh. more »»

The Cubs ... or naked croquet?

August 23, 2014 My “naked croquet” headline is also the title of a funny little story by Leslie Fiedler, who was much more famous for his literary criticism than for his fiction. more »»

Prosperity can eliminate Ebola virus

August 23, 2014 An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. more »»

Jiminy Cricket indeed ... or not

August 22, 2014 After struggling to describe a flower that gets no description even on the Internet, writing about a cricket is a snap. more »»

Looking back on football, bands

August 22, 2014 Training camps held by the Buffalo Bills at the State University of New York at Fredonia have become an almost distant memory. more »»

Helping, and thanking, our veterans

August 21, 2014 Finally, all three of our Congressional District representatives have managed to sign on to legislation that is good for a substantial group of American. more »»

Ivy League under fire

August 20, 2014 Ivy League schools and their cousins (for example, Stanford and Duke) have recently been criticized for being bad for students and for malicious discrimination. more »»

Written on a rainy day

August 19, 2014 It’s too bad that a rainy day has such a reputation for being the dismal times of our lives. more »»

Seeking likeability, honesty

August 18, 2014 Likeability is a treasure. And honesty is a component of likeability. Caring, engaging, speaking little about self, and showing much greater interest in others ... more »»

Different dance, but same tune for state

August 17, 2014 Something that always amuses me are current or wannabe officeholders who proclaim that if elected they will make job creation their number-one priorit. more »»



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