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Bigger problems than hedges face the city

December 29, 2013 By SHEILA THOMAS Where are the priorities in the city of Dunkirk? It seems as though having hedges too high is more important than the safety of our community. more »»

Good advice for all lives

December 28, 2013 Please put on your thinking caps because today we’re going to talk about a serious subjec. more »»

Yes, they know it’s Christmas

December 25, 2013 Africa is home to 350 million Christians out of a population of one billion, with Christianity first appearing there in the middle of the first century AD. more »»

The spirit of a Merry Christmas

December 24, 2013 Peace on earth; Goodwill to all. Joy to the world! Those are but samples of the spirit … the feelings that Christmas in-spires. “By their fruits ye shall know them. more »»

Christmas is about love

December 24, 2013 ’Tis the season to be: shopping frantically, making cookies for holiday cheer, rushing about for best bargains, using the Internet, sending cards via the Internet or regular mail, decorating the hom... more »»

Some wishes for the holidays

December 23, 2013 Ah, yes, the joy of the Christmas season in our area of rural America, with several small cites, hills, valleys and lake plains. more »»

Area man was ‘best dairy farmer’

December 22, 2013 It was with profound sadness I noted the passing of Hugh Oag (Nov. 27). Hugh’s life was a true American success story. more »»

Holy but human: the saint and us

December 22, 2013 I’m thinking a lot about holiness these days. Perhaps it’s Pope Francis’s intention to canonize Popes John XXIII and John Paul II in April. more »»

Thoughts of Christmas

December 21, 2013 A week from today (when I’m writing the column) will be Christmas. Today is very stormy. This morning it snowed lots of big flakes. I know that for a lot of people, they dread these conditions. more »»

The cheerless sun

December 20, 2013 James Greenleaf Whittier was more poetic than I: The sun that brief December day Rose cheerless over hills of gray, And, darkly circled, gave at noon A sadder light than waning moon. more »»

Tripp tourney salutes assistance

December 19, 2013 Editor, OBSERVER: The Gary Tripp Memorial Golf Tournament committee is very thankful at this special time of the yea. more »»

Magical time is upon us

December 18, 2013 Is it Christmas yet? It is certainly white enough. We have enough snow to cover Sam from paws to nose, and it was like Santa opening his pack when we heard the news about NR. more »»

Our dilemma with Congress

December 18, 2013 Editor, OBSERVER: It was reported this week that the House of Representatives worked for only 126 days this year in Washington with 239 days off; passing only 55 bills. more »»

City is confused over its priorities

December 16, 2013 By RICHARD MAKUCH I would like to commend Mayor Anthony J. Dolce for recently standing up to Councilwoman Stacy Szukala. more »»

City penalizes seniors with parking

December 15, 2013 There are around 12,000 inhabitants living in the city of Dunkirk. Of those, 15.4 percent or 1,906 are seniors 65 and older. During the winter the alternate parking rule takes effect. more »»

A holiday wish for schools

December 15, 2013 This is a follow-up letter to the Westfield-Brocton school merger vote. more »»

Fredonia’s unwilling ways fan fire pact dispute

December 15, 2013 Are we in the town of Pomfret being misled and blindsided with an amplified cost in our fire protection? This dialogue continues to be evaded with a one-sided last minute increased proposal from th... more »»

Our dilemma with Congress

December 15, 2013 Editor, OBSERVER: It was reported this week that the House of Representatives worked for only 126 days this year in Washington with 239 days off; passing only 55 bills. more »»

Reed's honesty missing on policy

December 15, 2013 I went to U.S. Rep. Tom Reed’s Town Hall meeting in Bath on a Saturday in November. more »»



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