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CIAO in retrospect

January 25, 2015 Now that 2015 has rung in and we are looking for new and exciting things to do for our members, I thought I would look back at what the Chautauqua Italian American Organization, better known as CIAO... more »»

Handwriting — Don’t write it off just yet

January 25, 2015 Asking for a “John Hancock” is synonymous to asking for a person’s signatur. more »»

Mom says dollhouse built with love isn’t up to code

January 25, 2015 DEAR ABBY: My 7-year-old granddaughter, “Kelly,” wanted a dollhouse for Christmas. I had a friend build a basic frame, shingled roof, chimney and shutters, then I decorated it. more »»

Winter indoor farmers’ market

January 18, 2015 Limp lettuce, mealy tomatoes and fruit so sour your face puckers when you bite into it. more »»

New view, new you

January 18, 2015 As the Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy group begins its sixth year in Dunkirk, coordinator Mike Tramuta is eager to share some of the principles that have helped the members. more »»

Getting off to a healthy start

January 18, 2015 Reading a food ingredient label can be both confusing and frustrating. Labels tend to be lengthy with words that are difficult to pronounce or identify. more »»

Find your fuel — digging deeper

January 18, 2015 You have motivation. You have something fueling your fire. Something unique to you and your being that keeps you going. It keeps you striving; reaching for more. more »»

Ballroom dancing: an enjoyable exercise

January 18, 2015 Now that the holiday season is wrapping up it is time to consider that dreaded New Year’s Resolution List. more »»

Seminar in Jamestown to focus on wellness

January 18, 2015 A free seminar is scheduled as part of a “Helping you help yourself” series called “New Year, New You 2015!” The event will be held Thursday, Jan. 22 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. more »»

Do you Remember?

January 18, 2015 File Photo Information on this photo identifies Patrolman Charles Graves, left, and Lieutenant Clem Lutz of the Dunkirk police department. more »»

William Barker Cushing — Poet?

January 11, 2015 The Historical Museum of the Darwin . more »»

New Year’s resolutions for you and your pet

January 11, 2015 Happy New Year! January has arrived not only with new snow, but also with the hope of new beginnings and New Year’s resolutions. Every year I make the resolution to eat better and exercise mor. more »»

Looking back in the future — What will 2015 become?

January 11, 2015 Editor’s note: This column continues last week’s discussion of journals. Monday, July 21, 1969 “Watched television. Saw the astronauts landing on the moon, etc. more »»

Four generations

January 11, 2015 Submitted Photo The Bullock/McKinney family recently celebrated the new year together at the home of Bert Bullock, seated, with his two great-granddaughters, Clara and Ellen, grandson Galen and... more »»

Serial novel: “The Plot to Kill Susan B. Anthony”

January 11, 2015 Editor’s note: “The Plot to Kill Susan B. Anthony” is a novel written by William Fleeman, a Cassadaga-area residen. more »»

Do you Remember?

January 10, 2015 OBSERVER?File Photo Long time weather predictor, the late Howard Sager is pictured with his dog, Bingo in 1991. He grew up in Brant and learned to speak Senec. more »»

Haulin’ out the holidays

January 4, 2015 For many, the holidays mean friends, family, gifts and good food. And they also mean clutter, debris, overflowing garbage bins and bulging closets. more »»

Onward and upward

January 4, 2015 Editor’s note: Last week, “Mancuso Misadventures” dealt with the travel misadventures of JoAnn and Sam Mancuso, ending with JoAnn’s latest — being airlifted from a cruise ship. more »»

Looking back in the future — what will 2015 become?

January 4, 2015 The beginning of a new year is a great time to look back at the old one while looking forward to the new one. People have done this since ancient times. more »»

Do you Remember?

January 4, 2015 Lois V. Harp was a tireless volunteer for at least eight different nursing homes and adult care facilities throughout northern Chautauqua County, including St. more »»



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