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Sunday Lifestyles

Shakespeare Club hears Dead Sea history

Last month, the Shakespeare Club heard from Linda Dunn regarding the Dead Sea. Here is a portion of the presentation: In 2017 a NASA satellite discovered that the Dead Sea was no longer the saltiest body of water in the world, but was the instead the third. The Dead Sea, a land locked salt ...

Orphans find some luck in tale of leprechauns

As he headed back to the Dublin Home for Orphaned Boys, Denny O’Toole was beside himself. After spending 10 hours selling long matches on what seemed like a thousand street corners, he had somehow lost his small pocketbook containing the day’s earnings. His eyes began to tear; in part from ...

Full-time JCC students from region named to Dean’s List

The following students from Jamestown Community College were placed on the Dean’s List for academic excellence during the fall 2022 semester. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, a student must achieve a minimum GPA of 3.50 during the semester while enrolled in at least 12 degree ...

Getting the dirt on mud

I get impatiently excited at this time of year as I eagerly await the arrival of my favorite season: spring. This year, however, I’m feeling somewhat disappointed. The Skunk Cabbage has started to bloom, and the Red-winged Blackbirds are back. Both are signs that spring is approaching. ...

Available for adoption

Lakeshore Humane Society Gypsy and Buffy are littermates that are about six years old and were surrendered together. Gypsy is a calico and Buffy is a dilute calico, which means that her colors are not quite as dark as Gypsy’s. They both have sizeable white “collars” and patterned ...

Area scout ceremony has lots of honor

Fredonia Cub Scout Pack 267’s Arrow of Light den recently completed their time with the Pack and crossed over to Troop 267. The Pack held a crossing over ceremony and celebrated the Cubs’ accomplishments during the Blue and Gold Ceremony on Jan. 31. The event was held at the American ...