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High traffic drove a change

September 14, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: I’m sure I am not the first to comment on the wonderful photo of the arched trees that lined Bennett Road in the days of old, shown above. The caption from Aug. more »»

Scamming the younger generation

September 14, 2014 By TOM?KIRKPATRICK All my life I have heard stories about how we older folks seem to be targets for various types of scams designed to separate us from our money. more »»

A message for other victims

September 14, 2014 Whether or not you are a sports fan, chances are you’ve heard about Ray Rice, former Baltimore Ravens running back, and his wife Janay. more »»

Uniting to build character

September 13, 2014 It’s so encouraging to me when people are thinking like I am. I’ll give you some examples. I talked to Vicki Westling and Richard Westlund (OBSERVER columnists) and we’re going to keep in touc. more »»

Help local firms give back in area

September 13, 2014 It has come to my attention that we live in a society that is quick to outsource goods and services and that loyalty has been displace. more »»

Not splurging on the spurge

September 12, 2014 Funny. Some things I want to write about seem to have little information readily available. more »»

Is it time to deliver mail changes?

September 10, 2014 Every now and then things just become so out of line that one is forced to speak out. Such is the case with regard to the United States Post Office. more »»

State workers reap bigger salary rewards

September 8, 2014 I would like to comment on the OBSERVER’s front page article Aug. 17 of salaries comparing county employees to city employees. more »»

A chance for upstate to help itself

September 7, 2014 If you live in New York City or the suburban counties that surround it, you need not worry that a drilling rig will pull up to explore for natural gas. more »»

Man against machine

September 7, 2014 My name was going to be Emma. Then my father took my mother to see “The Terminator” when she was eight-months pregnant with me. Sarah stuck. I can see why the film inspired them. It’s a good stor. more »»

Family Court candidate seeking support

September 6, 2014 On Tuesday, Chautauqua County voters affiliated with every major political party will be going to the polls to determine your choice to be the November nominee of your political party for Chautauqua... more »»

Can region speak in one voice?

September 5, 2014 Only in Chautauqua County could downtrodden Buffalo be looked upon as a model for economic development. Starting with the annual State of the State address in January, Gov. more »»

The magic door

September 5, 2014 It really isn’t magic, you know. I doubt if even Quillow would have that to say. And Minor simply takes it for granted. more »»

If Bills stay, new stadium inevitable

September 4, 2014 You know the old saying, that the only certainties in life are death and taxes. There’s actually a third part to this adage: if the National Football League wants a new stadium, it will get one. more »»

Mideast ‘threat’ not our business

September 3, 2014 As the U.S. more »»

Seeing some signs of progress

September 2, 2014 A public note of thanks to county, state and federal Departments of Transportation. more »»

Start of school is new beginning

September 1, 2014 Friedrich August von Hayek set a tone for today’s schools. Hayek, a well-known economist and philosopher of the 1900s, said so brilliantly, “The mind cannot foresee its own advanc. more »»

Lots of helping hands appreciated in benefit

August 31, 2014 On behalf of Mikey Edwards and family, I would like to take this opportunity to simply say thank you. more »»

In fast-paced world, take a break for memories

August 31, 2014 In sharing the historical significance of World War I from my book, “My Dear Jen” at the Fredonia Farm Festival last weekend surprisingly turned into an interesting study of peopl. more »»

No science backs up alarmists

August 31, 2014 This is in response to the commentary “A few degrees matter a lot” in the OBSERVER Aug.9. I have a few comments. I also believe our education system is “dumbing down the nation. more »»

 
 

 

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