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’Ere the winter storms begin

December 1, 2013 “Come, ye thankful people come; raise the song of harvest home. All is safely gathered in, ere the winter storms begin. more »»

Getting ready for a miracle

December 1, 2013 The twinkling of the lights on the tree, the jingle of sleigh bells in the air, the hustle and bustle of holiday shoppers, the smiles on the faces and in the hearts of children and adults alike —... more »»

‘Main Street’ events in Fredonia

December 1, 2013 Saturday, December 7 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. WCA Christmas Ornament Sale, WCA Home, 134 Temple St. Vintage and gently used ornaments on sale. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. more »»

Bring back common sense

November 24, 2013 For the last two Sundays, “Bringing back recess” ran. While I agreed with a good deal of the article, I also had some reservations. These are my thoughts. more »»

Giving thanks

November 24, 2013 There’s nothing better than the warmth of a fire, especially from a hearth that offers welcome relief from the outside chill and wind so common this time of year. more »»

Emily’s winning story about Catie Greene

November 24, 2013 Nine-year-old George Greene picked up his tiny sister and hung her by her Lamb Chop underwear from his parents’ canopy bed. There, 6-year-old Catie dangled helplessly for several minutes. more »»

On top of the world

November 24, 2013 By Emily Carson ‘14 St. Bonaventure University St. Bonaventure University junior Emily Steves has been named the school’s 10th Jim Murray Memorial Scholar. more »»

NCCS students learn from four-day outdoor education adventure

November 17, 2013 The seventh and eighth grade students from NCCS recently took part in a four-day outdoor educational camping adventure at beautiful Camp Gross in Cassadaga. more »»

Strong family copes with hardship

November 17, 2013 Thanksgiving is just around the corner and our thoughts turn to family and gratitude for our circle of friends, our community and the good fortune we have experienced throughout the year, or at leas... more »»

Lincoln’s short but powerful speech can still inspire a nation

November 17, 2013 One of the most famous speeches in history was given 150 years ago on Nov. 19, 1863 during the Civil War. President Abraham Lincoln stood in Gettysburg, Pa. more »»

Bringing back recess

November 17, 2013 Last week staff writer Rebecca Schwab used information provided by Kate Huber, coordinator of the Tri-County Healthy Schools NY program about the benefits of increased physical activity and better... more »»

Setting roots in Chautauqua County

November 10, 2013 Recently, 24 students taking the Environmental Literature class (ENG 333) at SUNY Fredonia came to Greystone Nature Preserve on Bear Lake Road in Fredonia for the day. Dr. more »»

Senior Pet Health

November 10, 2013 We called him our own personal alarm system. Nothing could compare to the deep hound dog howl that we heard on a regular basis. He lived for protecting our home. more »»

Bringing back recess

November 10, 2013 BY REBECCA SCHWAB OBSERVER?Staff Writer Many American children are facing a common health problem, and though the solution seems simple, implementation can be more complex. more »»

Remembering my dad on Veterans Day

November 10, 2013 My father used to tell me every so often how many World War II veterans die per day in our country. more »»

The tragedy of the Annabelle Wilson

November 3, 2013 The maxim “you can’t take it with you” is a caution that earthly possessions aren’t useful after death. “Lighthouse Dave,” a tour guide at the Dunkirk Historic Lighthouse disagrees. more »»

From Diane’s desk ...

November 3, 2013 By DIANE R. CHODAN Lifestyles Editor I recently received a phone message from a woman who wanted me to publicize a dinner for a community organization. She called early in the morning. more »»

Planning healthier holiday meals

November 3, 2013 Does your mouth start to water when you think about eating lots of delicious traditional dishes this holiday season? Are you also more likely to put on weight during this part of the year? Think... more »»

Historical music haunts author

October 27, 2013 SUNY Fredonia music professor Jim Davis sees dead people. more »»

Cadavers and chocolate slabs

October 27, 2013 The telling of old and chilling tales comes more naturally with the arrival of cold weather, ominous dark clouds, and the holiday of Halloween creeping up in just a few days. more »»

 
 

 

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