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Summer gala at the McClurg Mansion

June 1, 2014 Special to the OBSERVER WESTFIELD — The Chautauqua County Historical Society is inviting residents and supporters of local history to attend its annual fundraiser and gala on June 7 in Westfield. more »»

Eat better for less

June 1, 2014 Michelle Obama has been in the news a lot recently as she continues her fight to reduce childhood obesity through her “Let’s Move” campaign. more »»

Honoring the fallen – part 2

June 1, 2014 From Arkwright and Ashville to Villenova and Westfield, every Chautauqua County town suffered tragic losses of their husbands, fathers, and brothers during the Civil War from 1861 to 1865. more »»

Do you Remember?

May 31, 2014 OBSERVER?File Photo Members of the Dunkirk Firemen’s Association dedicate the Volunteer Firemen’s Memorial Monument on Saturday Aug. 15, 2009. more »»

Distinctly Dunkirk

May 25, 2014 Tim Pauszek, a graduate of Dunkirk High School class of 2010, is an artist with a creative outlook rooted in his experiences in Dunkir. more »»

Seven Springs provides scenic, championship course

May 25, 2014 Located in the scenic Laurel Highlands of Somerset County, Seven Springs Golf Course is just one of the many attractions located at Seven Springs Mountain Resort. more »»

The Rubbermade Brigade

May 25, 2014 David Van Wey is one of the founding fathers of the Rubbermade Brigade. more »»

Honoring the fallen

May 25, 2014 It is well that war is so terrible, otherwise we should grow too fond of it,” are the words of General Robert E. Le. more »»

Do you Remember?

May 23, 2014 From Pioneer Hook and Ladder Co. program 2003 The Supreme Bakery fire on Nov. more »»

Teaching in India

May 18, 2014 A Dunkirk native is helping to make a difference across the world. Jay Phillips, formerly of Dunkirk, traveled this winter to India to work with students who are visually impaired or blind. more »»

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

May 18, 2014 Editor’s note: Bill Fleeman, a Cassadaga resident, is sharing with the OBSERVER his novel. Each week, the Sunday OBSERVER will be running a portion of the novel. This is an introduction to the bo. more »»

A College is Born

May 18, 2014 Did you ever wonder what events and forces led to the establishment of a State College in the Village of Fredonia? It’s an interesting history and one which the people of the Village should be proud... more »»

Overcoming glossophobia

May 18, 2014 According to the Wall Street Journal, fear of public speaking (glossophobia) is the No. 1 fear in America. Fear of death is N. more »»

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 »»

 
 

 

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