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Reasons to love Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2016 It is Feb. 14 and love is in the air. It’s Valentine’s Day, and for those of you fortunate enough to have a loved one in your life, take a moment to tell them you love and appreciate the. more »»

Tax dollars must be used wisely

February 14, 2016 It was exciting to hear the news that New York state is planning to invest $200 million to build a pharmaceutical facility in Dunkir. more »»

Valentine’s Day memories about a special couple

February 13, 2016 Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day. That’s a very special day for me. Russ and I got engaged on Valentine’s Day in the year 1946. Then we chose to get married later that year on the Fourth of July. more »»

Wintering in Silver Creek

February 13, 2016 It’s winter and I am now in semi-hibernation. In winter I leave the comfort of my home only out of necessit. more »»

Hey, you!: drifting in the snow

February 12, 2016 The snow on the deck has drifted to spots over two feet tall. It lies against the door no more than six or eight inches high. Too high for me. Or, as far as I’m concerned, the dogs. more »»

One way to make a change for the better

February 10, 2016 As a resident of the city of Dunkirk and Chautauqua County, I see the pitfalls of mismanagement, a lack of personal pride in property — whether your own or someone else’s, a disregard for simply... more »»

When luck’s on your side

February 9, 2016 The exactness of the story I relate here is the best I could glean from the relatives involved who were familiar with it. more »»

Forgetting why they came here

February 8, 2016 When our forefathers came to this country, they were willing to work hard to raise their families, pay their bills and be productive in our society. more »»

Ellery actions put landfill in legal mess

February 7, 2016 How often do we hear that government should run like a business? The implication is that businesses must be efficient, deliver a quality service and be competitive to survive. more »»

Power landscape adds to region’s peril

February 7, 2016 Editor’s note: This is an open letter to U.S. Rep. Tom Reed. I am writing to you today to bring your attention to a very serious problem with the state power markets. more »»

How to make America great

February 7, 2016 The mantra “Make America great again” is growing in popularity, but, as a campaign slogan, it is about as meaningless as “Hope and Change. more »»

Taking away our power

February 7, 2016 I would like to add my thoughts to a recent letter “Gun laws can’t stop criminals” (Jan. 17). Guns are not the problem, people are. That should be quite clear now around the nation. more »»

Help keep memories of the past alive

February 6, 2016 I had a wonderful weekend! I’m so impressed with all the help I get from young men. Some of them even cook for me. more »»

Not-so-common Common Redpoll

February 5, 2016 I have recorded the redpoll’s presence here on just less than two dozen occasions since 1998. more »»

‘Outsiders’ add to campaign intrigue

February 4, 2016 Democrats. Republicans. Also rans. There’s an inevitability about it. But it’s a fragile fate. The 2016 Presidential campaign is revealing cracks in our rigid two-party system. more »»

Prescription costs are bad medicine

February 2, 2016 On Saturday there was a packed house at the Town Hall meeting with Tom Ree. more »»

Our gift of SUNY Fredonia

February 1, 2016 A new spring semester is well underway at the State University of New York at Fredonia. more »»

Youth need talk on tobacco

January 31, 2016 Today is the final day of National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week, making it the perfect time for parents to have the initial talk with their children about the dangers of drugs. more »»

In world of business, call backs become less frequent

January 31, 2016 They never called back. I’ve only lived in Western New York for about the last 20 years or so. more »»

Big bluster won’t fix U.S.

January 31, 2016 Politics — “the art and science of government.” American politics is a strange phenomenon where electoral politics is about the “art,” and where governing is about the “science. more »»



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