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Mute swans are nuisance

March 16, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: There are two signs at the city boat launch that say, “Do Not Feed the Waterfowl.” Also, mute swans are an invasive species that destroy the nests of wild ducks and geese. more »»

Violator off hook for car damage

March 15, 2015 By MARY DAVIS On Jan. 21, my unoccupied, legally parked automobile was hit sustaining $5,148 in damages. more »»

People’s column

March 15, 2015 Lots of care at time of need Editor, OBSERVER: On Feb. 19, I was involved in a medical situation and would like to express my deep appreciation to all those that were involved in my car. more »»

Musings from the Hill

March 13, 2015 It was the address labels that first clued me into the connection. All right – March. I understand leprechauns and shamrocks for who, regardless of background, doesn’t enjoy celebrating St. more »»

Poll on love for U.S. runs deeper

March 9, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: A newly released Huffington Post poll asked 1,000 Americans if they believe that President Obama loves America. more »»

County bails out ConAgra

March 8, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: The Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency’s purchase of the ConAgra building is a win-win for ConAgra and a lose-lose for the taxpayers of this county. more »»

Event warms Opera House

March 8, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: On behalf of the 1891 Fredonia Opera House, I want to extend our sincerest appreciation to all those who supported our Winter BBQ & Basket Auction at the Masonic Lodge in Februa. more »»

Staying on the right track

March 7, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: I recently wrote a letter about former president Abraham Lincoln briefly visiting Dunkirk in 1861. After my letter was in the OBSERVER (Feb. more »»

Hello Barbie, goodbye childhood

March 1, 2015 There is a 12-gallon plastic bin filled with Barbie dolls and accessories stored in the cubbyhole of my childhood bedroom. more »»

Village water taps out many

February 28, 2015 Village water taps out many Editor, OBSERVER: Silver Creek seems to have some of the most expensive water bills in the state, possibly in the nation. more »»

People’s column

February 21, 2015 Lots of hot air on wind proposal Editor, OBSERVER: The writer of the commentary Feb. 9 opposing the wind farm should get his facts straight. more »»

AMVETS quietly serves community

February 19, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: Through the hard work of all our AMVETS family members, we were able to achieve many of our goals in assisting fellow veterans and our community. more »»

Ready for a warming trend?

February 18, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: After two nights with some of the coldest weather in 20 years, the question has to be asked: is this global warming? DOUGLAS ZANGHI, Fredonia ... more »»

City hospital’s future in question

February 16, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: What’s happening to our Brooks Hospital? Why are so many long-term, competent and respected employees being fired and escorted out of the building? Why are they being told not to... more »»

People's Column

February 15, 2015 Officers earn high marks Editor, OBSERVER: Over the course of the last year we have heard many news reports regarding the conduct, or what many would perceive to be the lack thereof, of several... more »»

Not right time for exemption

February 10, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: I want to make all Brocton school taxpayers aware at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Old city photos bring pride

February 8, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: As a former Dunkirk and Sheridan resident, and past president of the Historical Society of Dunkirk, I would like to say I have seen a lot on Facebook about Dunkirk’s history. more »»

Moore poor information

February 8, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: Clint Eastwood comes out with a 2015 John Wayne type hero movie — of true stories — and right away Michael Moore is at it again with another series of liberal rants that fly in the... more »»

People's Column

February 1, 2015 Healthy program benefits workers Editor, OBSERVER: New Yorkers work hard. For some of these hard-working New Yorkers though, it’s still a struggle to make monthly ends mee. more »»

Pine Valley Teachers Association thanks board members

January 26, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: The members of the Pine Valley Teachers Association are saddened by Mrs. Michele Lindquist’s decision to not seek re-election in May. more »»



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