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We see what we look for

November 4, 2014 If we launched a space probe to some distant planet, and upon landing we found a large skyscraper there such as those in our cities, complete with elevators, and whatever else makes it complete, or... more »»

Science of selection

November 2, 2014 I have spent the last 50 years touring universities on three continents, often working in them, sometimes alongside Nobel Prize winners in physiology and medicine. On Oct. more »»

With major county events, incumbent comes through

November 2, 2014 An important part of being effective as a local elected official is having access to, and partnering with, our state and federal representatives. more »»

‘Heartwarming’ response seen after loss of son

November 2, 2014 My son Billy was many things. He was kind, good hearted, caring and a friend to all. He was a son, a brother, a fiance, a grandson, a nephew, a friend and a serviceman. more »»

Traveler captivated community

November 2, 2014 Hikers are a hardy lot. This was demonstrated during the recent rescue of five stranded hikers in Chautauqua Gorg. more »»

We’re being watched ... far too often

November 2, 2014 The little green video camera light on my laptop turned on by itself last week. This isn’t the first time this has happened. It freaked me out so much that I taped a piece of paper over the lens. more »»

Columnist shares with readers the good thoughts she has collected

November 1, 2014 Editor’s note: This column was originally published in 2010 I want to give you some good thoughts I’ve collected. Chatter without charity is sound without soul. Love makes eloquence meaningful. more »»

Closing thoughts on campaigns

October 31, 2014 It is the final countdown for Election 2014 as voters prepare to make their choices on Tuesday across our county, state and nation. more »»

Trick or treats

October 31, 2014 I don’t make these things up. I couldn’t. My imagination does not run in that direction. There truly is a National Family Pajama Night. more »»

Avoid costly health care surprises in 2015

October 30, 2014 When Halloween’s tricks or treats are finally over and the spooky decorations are put away for another year, focus your attention on the annual health insurance open enrollment season. more »»

Knowing the issues, candidates in voting

October 29, 2014 I registered with the Independence Party because I can clearly see the good and bad from both sides of the political fence. more »»

Our open-door policy hits the pocketbook

October 29, 2014 The election less than a week away is about two issues: amnesty for illegal aliens and Obamacare. The U.S. more »»

Women matter in Congressional race

October 28, 2014 Attention all men of the 23rd Congressional district of New York state: The upcoming election at the federal level will be a referendum not only in the direction of the country, but also on the... more »»

Two leaders making it happen

October 28, 2014 These are some of the comments I read recently during a Revitalize Dunkirk meeting: To begin, I am so grateful, as I am sure our other members are, that this meeting was publicized this month of Oc. more »»

Getting America to believe

October 27, 2014 Election Day is only a matter of days away. A candidate for public office may be able to be elected on charm the first time around but, to be reelected? Charm runs thin. more »»

Good sports, great game

October 26, 2014 I am writing in the wake of what is arguably the greatest game in the 115-year rivalry of Dunkirk- Fredonia Football. more »»

An option to help pay the heat bills

October 26, 2014 As temperatures drop, heating costs rise for all New Yorkers. more »»

Early detection best way to save a life

October 26, 2014 October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a good time for women to take the opportunity to be screened for breast, as well as ovarian and colorectal, cancer. more »»

All science is not created equal

October 26, 2014 Science has been tremendously important in the development of modern, advanced society. We wouldn’t be where we are today without the scientific metho. more »»

It’s funny how some things are meant to be

October 25, 2014 I wrote about everybody’s history except mine. I’ve been very visible for a long time, but it’s funny how some things are meant to be. In 1945, I finished my second year at SUNY. more »»



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