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Sunday Lifestyles

South Dayton taking pride in Farmers’ Market

SOUTH DAYTON — On a recent Saturday, during the Farmers’ Market on the South Dayton Village Green and upon the arrival of the New York & Lake Erie Railroad Passenger Excursion, visitors were presented white and chocolate milk along with string cheese by the Cattaraugus County Dairy ...

Enablers are often those close to the home

Chemically dependent people always have families – wives, husbands, mother, father, son, daughter – and addiction to alcohol and other drugs touches all their lives. They have to live the pain and suffering of seeing their loved one destroyed by the addiction, and the disruption of family ...

Discovering history in hometown

Earlier this month, Amanda Kulig’s first-grade classroom at Dunkirk School 3 learned about the importance of Veterans Day and why we need to honor their heroics. This sparked a huge interest among the students on hometown heroes — veterans right here in Dunkirk — and American history. ...

Chanukah to shine its lights starting Nov. 28

It is the year 5782 on the Jewish calendar, and on the 25th of the Hebrew month of Kislev, the first day of Chanukah will arrive nipping at the heels of Thanksgiving. Also known as the Festival of Lights, Chanukah begins Sunday evening, Nov. 28 and ends at sundown on Monday, Dec. 6 on the ...

ON THE RADAR: Club donates to police

The First Ward Falcon Club recently made a generous donation to the city of Dunkirk Police Department to purchase all new radar units that replaced equipment that was more than 10 years old. With the donation we were able to purchase seven new units that are used for traffic enforcement ...

Cold War Spy is topic for Shakespeare Club

On this season’s Shakespeare Club theme “scandalous women,” Lisa Mertz presented “Hana Koecher, Cold War Spy.” Hana Koecher was married to the infamous Karl Koecher, the only known East Bloc spy ever in history to penetrate the CIA on behalf of the Soviet KGB. He worked for the CIA ...