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Dealing with devastation

Former area residents share about Moore

June 2, 2013

By GREG FOX OBSERVER Staff Writer Fate can sometimes throw people into situations of tragic consequences, as Chautauqua County natives Kristen Ortendahl Hoadley and Tyler Mathews recently witnessed....

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DKexpat

Jun-02-13 9:22 PM

Why am I not surprised it's Steiner who would stoop so low and politicize human tragedy.

Shame on you...

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HVANCDY

Jun-02-13 4:25 PM

Lets Politicize Natural Disasters. ~ The DOUCHBAGS Note: Kudos to judeye for taking the high road !

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Steiner

Jun-02-13 12:46 PM

Judeye, dont ya find it interesting that NY, which does not get such ferocious storms is in the economic doldrums, while areas of the country pelted by these F4 and F5 tornadoes keep rebuilding and we have blight ?I guess we lave the building destruction to our democrats in power ! They are better than nature as as far as i can tell there is no rebuilding going on here, just decline.

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judeye

Jun-02-13 8:08 AM

Many prayers...and hopefully many donations...sent to all in the areas affected by the tornadoes and the resulting floods.

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Steiner

Jun-02-13 8:01 AM

Interesting that obelisk looking thing is still there.is this due to global warming ?

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