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County: ‘We need one government’

January 4, 2016 We could always count on words of wisdom from longtime former Legislator Keith Ahlstrom of Dunkirk. Even if you did not agree with his vote, you always understood why he voted the way he did. more »»

Smart choice for district

January 3, 2016 A new era in Silver Creek began last month with a familiar lesson: the naming of a superintendent. more »»

2016: Amid anxiety, some hope

January 1, 2016 As with any new year, there is plenty of anxiety. For this area, 2016 is no exception. more »»

Another year of losses

December 31, 2015 It has been a long wait — for the staff, some doctors and community — when it comes to Brooks Memorial Hospital in Dunkirk. Chalk up another year in the red, one that was projected, for 201. more »»

Another year of losses

December 31, 2015 It has been a long wait — for the staff, some doctors and community — when it comes to Brooks Memorial Hospital in Dunkirk. Chalk up another year in the red, one that was projected, for 201. more »»

Program remains in danger

December 30, 2015 Another year has come and gone with neither Congress nor the White House doing anything to ensure Social Security is viable for future generations. more »»

Holiday: Celebrating with safety

December 29, 2015 It is that time of year when holiday parties pile up — and many of them are held after dark and feature alcoholic beverage. more »»

Dunkirk: Any accountability in seawall cost?

December 28, 2015 Someone is going to have to pay, but who is responsible? It is just one more question for city of Dunkirk residents to ponder in regard to the seawall project that was recently completed along Lake... more »»

Blame starts at top for dismal Bills

December 27, 2015 It is another meaningless December game for the Buffalo Bills today as they host the Dallas Cowboys at Ralph Wilson Stadium. more »»

Great joy in the season

December 25, 2015 It is easy, as 2015 comes to a close, to find division in our nation. We find battle lines being drawn politically, racially and economically. more »»

Cherishing our blessed event

December 24, 2015 Life seems busier than in the good old days, doesn’t it? And there is so much about which to worry. more »»

Ringing in more assistance

December 23, 2015 Bells are still ringing. You will continue to hear them at a number of area locations as the Salvation Army winds down on its annual kettle drive, which continues through early Thursday afternoon. more »»

Christmas: Carrying on with baskets

December 22, 2015 Christmas came early for many needy families in our area, thanks to the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton basket program. more »»

Dunkirk: City changes coming quickly

December 21, 2015 It did not take long. Dunkirk Mayor-elect Willie Rosas sent a message to department heads and city workers and residents: change has arrived. more »»

Strong sign of progress

December 20, 2015 Finally! Area municipal officials and lawmakers — with the exception of the village of Fredonia — are on board with the concept of a north county regional water district. It is about time. more »»

Highs and lows: Some of the best, worst of the week

December 19, 2015 We could fill this column with donations from local organizations who help the needy. Here are a few samples: BEST HELPING RURAL MINISTRIES — We want to applaud the Lake Shore Street Rod. more »»

Divide boosts the Democrats

December 18, 2015 Both Donald Trump and Dr. Ben Carson are threatening to leave the Republican Party if it does not nominate them for president. more »»

SILVER CREEK: Unannounced meeting brings concern

December 17, 2015 Silver Creek is in a difficult spot financially. more »»

Water district: One more step in project

December 16, 2015 It is one more piece to a giant step. Tonight is the public hearing regarding the North County Water District. more »»

Common Core’s new dawn

December 15, 2015 You knew it would only be a matter of time until Albany changed the way it looked at the Common Core curriculum. more »»

 
 

 

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