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Sending accolades for summer events

December 12, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: I would like to take this opportunity to thank all city residents, sponsors, and city personnel for putting on another successful Music on the Pier and Festival seaso. more »»

High praise for Brooks Hospital

December 7, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: I was recently a patient at Brooks Memorial Hospital, here in Dunkirk. I have nothing but good things to say about my car. more »»

Kindness saves cats

December 6, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: Thank you so much for such a heartwarming story of the kitty rescue efforts (Nov. 20) by all who were involved in saving these beautiful kitties. more »»

Dayton notes great support

December 6, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: The members of the Dayton Volunteer Fire Co. would like to express our thanks to all who supported our chicken barbecues, fund drive, boot drive, ham and turkey party. more »»

Pains evident in wage increase

November 29, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: I would like to point out some facts relating to a $15 an hour minimum wage that people may have not considered. 1. more »»

‘Sitting ducks’ have no defense

November 29, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: Suppose just one person on Nov. 13 at the concert hall in Paris had a conceal to carry permit. more »»

Cerrie neither seen, mentioned

November 29, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: The OBSERVER editorial “Wait on filling trustee post” (Nov. 23) states: “... Democrats did not want (Joseph Cerrie) at the caucus last September due to his divisive nature.... more »»

Giving thanks for support

November 26, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: Jared Yonkers, his family and the committee of the “Kick The Brick Out Of Cancer” benefit would like to express their sincere gratitude and deep appreciation to all who gave suppor... more »»

Wage hike levels the field

November 22, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: This is in response to the article on Nov. 7 on the increase in the minimum wage to $15 an hour, and the damage it would do to our already cash-strapped society. more »»

Official turnout disappointing

November 22, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: As a village of Silver Creek resident, I must admit I feel ashamed. No Village Board members attended the veterans ceremony at the VFW post on Veterans Da. more »»

Sweet results from pancakes

November 22, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: The Cherry Creek Junior Firefighters would like to thank all of those who supported their pancake breakfast on Nov. 14. more »»

What is U.S. missing?

November 22, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: I am confused as to why we are going to take Syrian refugees. more »»

No hike harms recipients

November 15, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: Politicians speak of wages at poverty levels, but what do they call no increase in Social Security for the people of the United States? Most people have this as their only source... more »»

Serving up an appreciation

November 15, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: I attended the services on Veterans Day at Applebee’s. more »»

Accommodations lack for some

November 15, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: After voting at the Wheelock School, I would like to make a comment. I found there was not much access to entering after parking. Yes, I use a walker. more »»

Good care, big hearts at Brooks

November 14, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: A big thank you to all of the wonderful staff, nurses, physical therapy assistants and aides in the ICU at Brooks Memorial Hospital who took such good care of me during my recent... more »»

People's Column

November 8, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: My heart goes out to Robert and Kelly Shumaker for their attempts to save an undernourished and neglected horse until the law could interven. more »»

Landis gets group’s backing

November 1, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: The undersigned wish to introduce Dr. Athanasia Landis as a candidate for mayor of the village of Fredoni. more »»

Voting is a right, responsibility

November 1, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: This Tuesday is Election Day. This is the opportunity to exercise our voice for the future of our Communities. The polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. more »»

Forestville’s problems are temporary

November 1, 2015 Editor, OBSERVER: Dissolving the village of Forestville is similar to a person that commits suicide. It is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. more »»

 
 

 

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