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July 10, 2016 Post vets in new battle Editor, OBSERVER: Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legions and other military post are fighting to survive. more »»

Street name a rough road

July 9, 2016 Editor, OBSERVER: This morning our street name changed again. It was over a decade before it was marked, then streets supervisory fell under paid leave due to an investigation. more »»

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July 3, 2016 Goodemote benefit had help Editor, OBSERVER: Randy Goodemote and the Benefit Committee would like to sincerely thank everyone who has helped to make the benefit that was held on May 22 at the... more »»

Being a part of solution

July 3, 2016 Silver Creek is not alone in its battle with litter and overgrown weeds. Last Sunday, village officials took aim at the railroad for the unkempt conditions of properties near the tunnel on Route 5. more »»

Expert’s advice is appreciated

June 27, 2016 Editor, OBSERVER: My Westfield Academy and Central Schools environmental science class and I would like to give a huge thank you to Brian Noody from WestWinds Taxidermy. For the week of May 10, Mr. more »»

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June 26, 2016 Area can help Nicaragua Editor, OBSERVER: The Dunkirk-Fredonia Center for Peace & Justice is continuing its program for humanitarian donations for poverty-stricken residents of the Central American... more »»

Closing Cuba prison is good choice

June 25, 2016 Editor, OBSERVER: An editorial in the OBSERVER, “Keep Cuba location open,” (June 10) argues for the continued operation of the U.S. Detention Center at U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. more »»

People's Column

June 19, 2016 Poppy sale, site big boost Editor, OBSERVER: A grateful thank you to Walmart for giving permission to the Sheridan Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6390 to sell poppies on Saturday, May 2. more »»

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June 12, 2016 Can’t get past columnist’s agenda Editor, OBSERVER: Is this guy Stephen Kershnar for real? I am a professor emeritus at Fredonia and to have him say things like “on average, professors at research... more »»

County needs its airports

June 11, 2016 Editor, OBSERVER: This is in regard to a recent item on the county airport. Let’s start with a basic proposition: The purpose of government is to provide a service to its citizens. more »»

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June 4, 2016 Finding ‘joy’ in our lives Editor, OBSERVER: One of the reasons I came out of retirement after having served 48 years in the priesthood was because of the enlightening Christian teaching of Pope... more »»

Reed’s remarks in poor taste

May 29, 2016 Editor, OBSERVER: I am writing to rebut the derogatory comments made by Rep Tom Reed in regard to his opponent John Plumb’s military service. more »»

There’s plenty of good neighbors here

May 28, 2016 Editor, OBSERVER: On a recent Wednesday, about 3 p.m., I ventured out to pick up my mail. The next thing I knew, I was flat on my back in the driveway. I bumped my head and I was unable to get u. more »»

Some retirees missing a benefit

May 23, 2016 Editor, OBSERVER: I served the federal government for 22 years with the U.S. Postal Service as a proud postmaster. I also worked in the private sector in health care. more »»

Old Caboose is an option

May 22, 2016 Editor, OBSERVER: The former Caboose building has a lot of space and could be a great location for the Fredonia Police Department. more »»

Patriotism lives for vets

May 22, 2016 Editor, OBSERVER: I am writing in response to the commentary on “Taking our freedom for granted” by Richard Makuch on May 2. I agree with Mr. more »»

Driving up problems

May 22, 2016 Editor, OBSERVER: I believe the Arkwright Town Board should consider the fact that there might be less junk cars in Arkwright if the roads were fixed. JEAN M. more »»

Residents here also need work

May 15, 2016 Editor, OBSERVER: The construction of the drug plant in Dunkirk is much needed for our local towns. more »»

Kershnar full of blasphemy

May 15, 2016 Editor, OBSERVER: In Stephen Kershnar’s article on Easter (March 30), he raised doubts about the veracity of Atonement and Christian forgiveness in general. more »»

Republican tactics go awry

May 15, 2016 Editor, OBSERVER: We’ve learned from Republican insider committee members, that the sole purpose of that GOP committee on the Benghazi incident was an attempt to derail Hillary Clinton’s campaign an... more »»

 
 

 

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