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Light up your life

May 18, 2014 It’s that time of year again. more »»

Awaiting word in wartime

May 11, 2014 Recently Juli (Pauszek)Root came to my office with a treasure: copies of two letters that her Uncle Don Pauszek wrote to her grandmother — one dated May 11, 1945 and one dated May 14, 1945. more »»

Mothers’ hands make a difference

May 11, 2014 A gentle caress and wiping a tear across the cheek of her child are just two tender acts of a mother’s hands. more »»

Tales of a ‘Pet Mom’

May 11, 2014 “Emmy” I was only a teenager when you were born 23 years ago. We stayed out in the barn all night long sleeping on bales of hay waiting for you to come. more »»

Motorcycle maintenance 21st century style

May 11, 2014 The motorcycle riding season is upon us with the weather becoming mild once again. more »»

Striders summer track & field development begins June 9

May 11, 2014 Special to the OBSERVER In 2014, Chautauqua Striders is celebrating 35 years of youth development in Chautauqua County. more »»

Faux finishes all the rage since Grecian times

May 11, 2014 BY TERRY AND KIM KOVEL Expensive woods like teak or mahogany, marble, stone and other materials used to make expensive furniture are often imitated by a painted surface. more »»

Climbing in Grand Teton National Park

May 4, 2014 Editor’s Note: Last week Seth Hogan explained about his college training in expeditionary studies and getting ready for his senior experience, an expedition to Grand Teton National Park This week, h... more »»

Gardening —getting back to your roots — part 2

May 4, 2014 What’s a sweet and crispy snack that is actually good for you? Not a potato chip or candy, although it snaps like a Kit Kat bar. It’s found outside and can be enjoyed right from the vine in its pod. more »»

Playing with your food

May 4, 2014 Getting kids to eat more vegetables can be a real challenge. more »»

Do you Remember?

May 4, 2014 Submitted by Patrick Minehan and Charles Cutrona In April 1976, three DHS math students outscored 423 students from 43 schools in a tri-state math contest at Edinboro (Pa.) College. more »»

From the automotive news desk at America’s Car Show

May 4, 2014 Well once again the automotive headlines stream from the news desk at America’s Car Show! Read on … Fire risk prompts 2014 Mazda6 recall Mazda has issued a recall for certain 2014-model-year Mazda6... more »»

Homes away from home

April 27, 2014 Year ‘round, people look for a magical place along a long stretch of road to unwind and have a good time. For some a luxury hotel with all the bells and whistles is that plac. more »»

Reaching for the summits

April 27, 2014 Editor’s Note: Seth Hogan grew up in Brocton, and graduated from Brocton High School in 2005 with an Advanced Regents Diploma. more »»

Do you Remember?

April 27, 2014 In April 1961, the third and fourth grades at School 4 taught by Mrs. Wolfe and Mrs. Allenza presented “The Frog Prince. more »»

Gardening – getting back to your roots

April 25, 2014 Digging through sun-warmed soil with one’s bare hands is what a gardener looks forward to feeling each and every spring. more »»

Resurrecting hope

April 20, 2014 Editor’s note: Last week the writer focused on internship with the Dunkirk Drug Treatment Court. This week the writer relates how court is conducted locally. more »»

He is risen!

April 20, 2014 “He is not here, but is risen.” This simple yet profound declaration from the Bible is the pinnacle of all Christianity; it is when Christians believe ancient scriptures were fulfilled. more »»

Restoring the Coburn Block

April 20, 2014 HISTORY The Coburn Block (127-133 Central Avenue) in Dunkirk stands alone as a last and remaining intact tribute to the class and refinement reflected in the business community of Dunkirk of the pas... more »»

Do you Remember?

April 20, 2014 OBSERVER File Photo This picture from the Aug. 1, 1980 EVENING OBSERVER shows the forsythia shrubs that provided a mass of color each spring on the John D. Koch property at Harrysbourg. more »»



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