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A battle for freedom

July 7, 2013 Brother against brother” was as true last weekend as it was 150 years ago. more »»

Get grilling

July 7, 2013 With all the rain we’ve had recently, and now that the summer sun is shining down upon the abundant fields in our area, fabulous fruits and vegetables are sprouting up all over Western New Yor. more »»

A profile in positivity

July 7, 2013 SILVER CREEK — Kathy Jones is proof that life is what you make of it. Jones, a resident of Silver Creek who had never been a smoker, was diagnosed with lung cancer in October 2002. more »»

Five generations

July 7, 2013 Five generations of the Nowak family gathered in Dunkirk recently to celebrate the 97th birthday of Louise V. Nowak of the Chautauqua County Home. more »»

Military news

July 7, 2013 Nathen S. Novelli Air National Guard Airman First Class Nathen S. Novelli graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. more »»

Do you remember?

July 7, 2013 The movie was filmed during late August 1983 in the village and took place where the current fire department is now located. more »»

Available for adoption

July 7, 2013 Northern Chautauqua Canine Rescue “Alondra” This easygoing girl is ready for some peace and quiet after having all her pups adopted out. more »»

Just between us

July 7, 2013 .....Benjamin Holt of Westfield earned a bachelor’s degree from Wells College in Aurora, N.Y. Holt majored in philosophy, graduating with distinction. more »»

Bella Danzaco of Danza! Performing Arts Academy achieves first-place wins

July 7, 2013 Bella Danzaco, one of the student Dance companies at Danza! Performing Arts Academy has recently returned from National Dance Competitio. more »»

History comes alive

June 30, 2013 “Sleep tight and don’t let the bed bugs bite” comes to mind along with “Pease porridge hot, pease porridge cold, pease porridge in the pot, nine days old. more »»

School’s out for summer

June 30, 2013 By JULIE DUDGEON Striders Academic Coordinator  September to June — time has flown. more »»

The music master

June 30, 2013 By DIANE R. CHODAN OBSERVER Staff Writer John Krestic’s life story could easily become a book. As Krestic explained, in nearly 99 years, there is a lot to remember. more »»

‘Don’t give up the ship’

June 23, 2013 “Don’t give up the ship” speaks of perseverance in completing a task or mission, particularly in the face of great challenge. more »»

Author bestows 'Kindness' on his fans

June 23, 2013 By REBECCA SCHWAB OBSERVER Staff Writer “Kindness for Weakness” is not Shawn Goodman’s first literary rodeo. more »»

Local landmarks

June 23, 2013 OBSERVER Staff Report Ralph Waldo Emerson said “the ornament of a house is the friends who frequent it. more »»

‘Niaweh for strawberries’

June 16, 2013 June is, without question, one of the best months of the year. School is out and vacation has begun. The aroma of cookouts permeates throughout the neighborhood. more »»

History and heritage

June 16, 2013 By REBECCA SCHWAB OBSERVER Staff Writer John McGlarry, an alumnus of SUNY Fredonia and a first generation Irish-American, has completed his first book, “The Leaving,” a historical romance that... more »»

Dedicated duo

June 16, 2013 By SKEETER TOWER Special to the OBSERVER Some remarkable people just fly beneath the radar, quietly and steadily doing a job and being there in service to others. more »»

Patriotism alive and well – a Flag Day tribute

June 9, 2013 Glitzy, flashy and extravagant in both dress and action describes many entertainers when singing the national anthem at various venues, particularly sporting events. more »»

Rescue a feline friend

June 9, 2013 According to the ASPCA and the American Humane Society, June is Adopt a Cat Month. more »»

 
 

 

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