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Small things, big Christmases

December 29, 2015 We all have things we remember from childhood Christmases. My earliest are from the days of the Great Depression of 1929, which lasted a number of years. more »»

Can America turn it around?

December 28, 2015 The following should be addressed by our politicians in Washington: put God back into America. Congress should be on the same retirement and health care plans as everyone else in this country. more »»

Agendas, surveys distort warming theories

December 27, 2015 Do 97 percent of scientists believe that climate change is real, man-made, and dangerous? This is a quote from the report referred to by NASA in supporting the consensus: “We find that 66. more »»

Keep the spirit of Christmas always

December 26, 2015 Today is Monday and I’m working on my Saturday’s column. I thought I’d better set the record straight. Vicki Notaro picks up my column around three on Tuesda. more »»

All is calm

December 25, 2015 I trust I am not speaking temerariously if I admit I’m frequently surprised by things I read in the newspape. more »»

Christ ‘brings us goodness’

December 25, 2015 Like most of us, I love Christmas carols, and I also love the secular music of the season. Even my southern friends are dreaming of a white Christmas. We know that Santa Claus is coming to tow. more »»

Always giving with Community Foundation

December 24, 2015 ’Tis the season of giving gifts, parties and donations to charity. more »»

How Trump speaks to Americans

December 23, 2015 Donald Trump is well ahead in the national polls for the Republican presidential nomination. more »»

Making a list of traditions

December 22, 2015 To say that America is the melting pot of traditions that have been brought from other countries by immigrants is evident by the different traditions practiced by families today during this and ever... more »»

Managing the season, anticipation

December 21, 2015 This column will appear in print at a time when the daylight hours are the shortest and the nighttime hours seem endless; and, the cold wintry season may be acomin’ after all. more »»

Fire risks increase in winter

December 20, 2015 ’Tis the season to be jolly, as the holiday standard goes. In many homes, this means a log on the fire, a trimmed tree or a menorah glowing brightly. more »»

Reaping rewards from wrestling

December 20, 2015 It’s my favorite season once again, wrestling season! Anyone who knows me knows that I am addicted to the sport. more »»

Considering carbon tax option

December 20, 2015 This is in regard to an article “Reed sponsors climate resolution” that was published recently. Great thanks to U.S. Rep. Tom Reed and co-sponsors for this key ste. more »»

Fire Department comes to the rescue

December 19, 2015 When does life get boring? You can’t prove it to me at this age. For example, Monday night I called 911. I wasn’t getting any oxygen, and I was short of breath. more »»

Most wonderful times of our lives

December 19, 2015 The first Christmas that I remember was 1949, although it could have been 1950. more »»

All is bright

December 18, 2015 The carol suggests a calm holiday though most of us are very aware of the odds of that actually happenin. more »»

Luck of the draw

December 18, 2015 I’m glad I’m not a gambler by nature. If so, I’d have bet the ranch that the first to be adopted of the 11 cats and kittens rescued from a vacant Dunkirk house slated for demolition would be “Spunky. more »»

Hybrid economy charges ahead in U.S.

December 17, 2015 There is nothing in the Constitution of the United States that mandates a particular economic syste. more »»

Progress on the horizon

December 16, 2015 To say that I am a glass half-full kind of person is an understatement. Negativity, woe is me, the blame game and a lack of faith and hope are not what I am about. more »»

A message for the season

December 15, 2015 As we enter the Christmas season, when a belief in God is often seen as the superstitions of the Neanderthals among us, I’d like to make a few factual points that the modern world is slowly becoming... more »»



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