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More coal in stockings from capital

December 18, 2014 Winter weariness is setting in and it’s not even Christmas. more »»

Sparrows take songs ‘seriously’

December 18, 2014 It is amazing, when one starts to look at them closely, how strongly the various sparrows vary in their markings. (At least those I can identify; there are exceptions. more »»

A time for celebration

December 17, 2014 What does Christmas mean to you? Does it mean family gatherings around a tree decorated with lights and fragile ornaments? Does it mean holding your breath hoping that Santa doesn’t know of the “bad... more »»

Your mind is your life

December 16, 2014 Many of you may decide that in this article I am exceeding the qualifications of my pay grade. You are no doubt right. more »»

When authority is not enough, chaos begins

December 15, 2014 To resist, oppose, exert physical or moral force against, withstand, make opposition to. The terminology, the vocabulary of terms. Resisting arrest would fall into that category. more »»

Army takes control

December 14, 2014 Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of articles. A supreme romantic landscape painter, Thomas Moran, had been a member of the 1871 expeditio. more »»

Water agency addresses deficiencies

December 14, 2014 Plans for a Regional Water System in Northern Chautauqua County took a huge step forward at the Oct. 30 meeting of the Northern Chautauqua Water Agency Board held at the SUNY Fredonia Incubator. more »»

Learning to love during the holidays

December 14, 2014 ’Tis the Season for love, kindness, giving and forgiveness, right? If you’ve already mastered these four things, or have no interest in pursuing them, move on to your other Grinchy activities. more »»

Life at the WCA Home

December 13, 2014 I can’t believe how my life has changed. Here it is 7:15 a.m., I am bathed, all dressed and waiting for breakfast. I never got up this early. But it’s OK. more »»

Public can count on police officers

December 13, 2014 In recent reporting of incidents from around the country, some have questioned whether police are held accountable when they break the law, particularly in the case of excessive force. more »»

Holiday spirit takes a toll on the elves

December 13, 2014 We received our first Christmas card this week and it contained one of those popular Christmas letters. Some people like to present a summary of the past year’s events. more »»

Government spares no expense

December 12, 2014 Fredonia’s approval of two additional full-time firefighters to its payroll brings with it some questions regarding the status of emergency transport services in our regio. more »»

The Christmas flower

December 12, 2014 Ah, yes. Yet another Christmas legend. I wonder if there’s a plant that doesn’t come with its story – and, generally, a propensity to heal as wel. more »»

Health, hazards create a fine line

December 11, 2014 I am ticked off. Why, you say? I am so sick of hearing or seeing these bad commercials on TV about smoking and what it does to your healt. more »»

Garner case spotlights policing

December 10, 2014 Most readers are familiar with Eric Garner’s death. In Staten Island on July 17, Eric Garner was approached by a police officer for allegedly selling untaxed cigarette. more »»

Affordable Care Act a healthy choice

December 9, 2014 The Affordable Care Act (ACA) or health care reform has changed the history in America. more »»

Lost in the facts in Ferguson, Missouri

December 9, 2014 Everyone seems to have an opinion about the tragic events in Ferguson, Missouri. more »»

Resilient spirit evident in storm

December 8, 2014 Recently, we have seen locally in Western New York a spirit of tremendous resilience and determined perseverance at its best! And with that resilience, we have seen neighborly helpfulness at the ver... more »»

U.S. had a vision with Yellowstone

December 7, 2014 Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of articles. By MAC NELSON We have no record of what the first human beings thought of the strange place we now call Yellowstone. more »»

Gowanda wants a hospital

December 7, 2014 A Gowanda commentator wrote in 2007 about elected officials that would go along with measures closing Southern Tier rural emergency rooms calling them: “treasonous to the citizens who’s interests... more »»



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