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Look at Nature

February 7, 2016 Cabin fever is defined as “boredom, restlessness, or irritability that results from a lack of environmental stimulation,” according to freedictionary.com. more »»

 
 
 
Facing a familiar foe

January 31, 2016 ALS is no stranger to the Mead Family. more »»

Chinese New Year is no monkey business

January 31, 2016 New Year’s Day has come and gone. Many of those resolutions we made: to eat better, exercise more, to quit doing this or start doing that — well, many of our good intentions have faded away, to. more »»

Staying Alive

January 29, 2016 Truthfulness is a virtue many parents try to teach their children. Yet for Eva and Demetrios Doundoulakis, it was fortunate that their sons Helias and George became accomplished liars. more »»

Award fund remembers Fredonia High alumnus

January 24, 2016 Staff Sgt. Michael A. Klose, U.S. Air Force, is remembered by his colleagues and friends for his positive and selfless nature, his outgoing and engaging personality. more »»

Doing God’s work

January 24, 2016 It’s been said that anyone can find just about anything on line. In fact, that’s how a church in Ohio purchased a backhoe from a local Silver Creek business that will soon be in Central America. more »»

Small-town tour has big impact on U.S. officers

January 24, 2016 “Around the world, big cities are all the same. It’s the small towns where you really see the American experience. more »»

Elegance, exercise

January 17, 2016 Have you rejected the idea of ballroom dancing because you don’t think that you have the ability to perform at a “mirror ball trophy” level? Relax and give it a whirl. more »»

What’s ‘new’ in the New Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015-2020

January 17, 2016 By PATTY HAMMOND Special to the OBSERVER One of the biggest changes in the latest version of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans is a move from looking at what we’re eating or drinking at any one... more »»

Know your farmer, know your food

January 17, 2016 Having a tough time sticking to your New Year’s resolution to be a better you? Be more adventurous? Eat healthier? Volunteer more? Spend more wisely? Make more time for your family? You’re not alon. more »»

Chewing on diet guidelines

January 17, 2016 There was a little buzz in the media recently when the government’s Dietary Guidelines were released, but most people still don’t know much about why these guidelines exist or how long they’ve been... more »»

Animals are not immune to obesity

January 17, 2016 On a bulletin board in one of our clinic exam rooms hangs a small card with a picture of a 1 oz piece of cheese on it. more »»

TRUE COLORS: Life on the lake has its benefits

January 10, 2016 One year later, winter has been full of surprises. In 2014-15, our region already had recorded nearly 10 feet of snow by this time. This season, however, has been one to appreciate. more »»

Cause for Sean rides on engine that could

January 10, 2016 Many parents of children treated at Rochester’s Golisano Children’s Hospital show their gratitude by making a donation or organizing a fundraiser for the hospita. more »»

Available for adoption

January 10, 2016 Contact these local rescue organizations to meet these dogs or any of the other wonderful pets in search of their new forever homes. more »»

Fredonia paper inks honors

January 10, 2016 Fredonia High School’s student newspaper, The Spectator, received 50 awards at the New York State School Press Association conference at Syracuse University in late October. more »»

Sorry Facebook, I don’t want to know you that well

January 3, 2016 Dear friends and family: I liked Facebook because I could see pictures of my grandkids and others of you important in my life. Sometimes I could message you. more »»

Historical honors

January 3, 2016 The Historical Society of Dunkirk recently recognized Lois Barris and her late husband Norwood at a ceremony at the museum for their important contributions to the genealogical information of city... more »»

Dunkirk Historical Society embraces the past

January 3, 2016 There are few places in our area where the past is ever-present and elevated to a high status, but at 513 Washington Avenue in the Dunkirk Historical Museum you can take a walk back in time and... more »»

Bright Lights

December 27, 2015 Area homes are decked out for the holiday season. more »»

Brocton native’s wait for transplant has plenty of support

December 27, 2015 GEORGETOWN, Mass. – It’s the holiday season. A time when families gather together, give gifts to their loved ones and celebrate the joys and blessings of life no matter how large or small. more »»

 
 

 

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