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We’re not all equal in gym class

April 24, 2014 This month I’d like to take a break from the plethora of global catastrophes and just tackle an underreported phenomenon that is near and dear to my “personal repertoire of sermons,” a shocking... more »»

It really should be about him

April 23, 2014 So much has been said recently about Easter, Passover and the rising of Christ that it seems almost redundant to mention it again, but I am going to anyway. more »»

President McPhee and making a personal visit to India

April 22, 2014 Editor’s note: This is a series of columns by John Malcolm on his “50 years at Fredonia.” Retired, he is a professor emeritus at SUNY Fredonia. I want to segue to the McPhee years. more »»

Dunkirk residents should vote on fracking

April 21, 2014 To frack, or not to frack, that is the question! A decision to that question should only come from the residents of the city of Dunkirk, not from the city council, not from a resident from Fredonia... more »»

‘Buckets for Brett’ was a success

April 20, 2014 By TERRY MANSFIELD and BRYELLE CORTRIGHT We would like to extend sincere gratitude to all the Pine Valley staff, administration, students, and community volunteers who helped to make “Buckets for... more »»

My place

April 20, 2014 Of all of the places, in all of the world, I would like to take you to a field. It is a place that completes me. As a child I ran and grew with the wild milk weed at my side. more »»

Westfield Board of Fire Commissioners wrongly blamed for fire department woes

April 20, 2014 By BARRY UNDERWOOD I was a former member of the village of Westfield Fire Department for 15 years. more »»

Does Government spend enough?

April 19, 2014 The solution to the problems in America is for government agencies to spend more money. At least that seems to be the widely held belief. more »»

I have a lot to say

April 19, 2014 Happy Easter! I have a lot to say today and we’ll start with Easter. Someone asked me, “What’s the big deal about Easter?” I couldn’t believe my ears. Easter is all about Chris. more »»

Admiration for the Hell-diver

April 18, 2014 I love April for it brings the promise (if not the actuality) of spring. As the snows fade (yet again), one does sense that its ultimate disappearance won’t be too long in coming. more »»

Holder’s race card

April 17, 2014 Last week, the president’s lap dog blew his dog whistle. more »»

Longing for entertainment of the past

April 17, 2014 Now that nostalgia has entered the light of scientific acceptability, I must confess to regular bouts of longing for the television shows and movies of yesteryear. more »»

Memories of meaningless

April 15, 2014 People want to give their lives meaning. more »»

Climbing every mountain

April 14, 2014 Most steep hills, tops of cliffs and even mountain tops are within reach, but you need to keep climbing, step by step. more »»

Attack by dog wrecks bike ride

April 13, 2014 By RALPH BURKE On Tuesday, April 1, April Fools’ Day, the temperature was in the lower 60s and quite welcome after months of cold and snow. It was a good day for a bike ride. more »»

Ripley’s ‘Top Ten’ made their mark

April 13, 2014 A classmate of my mother’s, Charles Carris, passed away recently. more »»

Creativity, passion drive education

April 13, 2014 By LAUREN ORMSBY and KAREN KONDRICK As students enter the classroom, they begin to discuss the learning targets displayed on the Smartboard. more »»

Criticism in life is to be expected

April 12, 2014 Tomorrow is Palm Sunday. When I think of the welcome Jesus had on Sunday and the same crowd was yelling, “Crucify Him! Crucify Him!” on Friday, I think of my father. more »»

Illegal insults are kicked around by NFL

April 12, 2014 There are a couple stories in recent news that caught my attention. The first attraction deals with enlightened minds who are running the NFL. more »»

A haunting folly in Forestville

April 11, 2014 On Friday, March 28, the village of Forestville took over the top half of our newspaper with an eye-catching, unthinkable headline. It also was the most read story on our Web site that day. more »»



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