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Veteran grateful for kindness

June 2, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: After shopping at Aldi on Thursday, I was checking out. The gentleman behind me noticed my World War II veterans hat I was wearing. He thanked me for my service in World War II. more »»

People’s column

June 1, 2014 Praising work at benefit Editor, OBSERVER: We would like to thank everyone who helped to make the Strides For Sylvia Benefit such a success. more »»

Giving thanks for those who have given all

May 26, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: On this Memorial Day I would like to remind everyone whether you’re sitting on the deck of a local club, watching golf or visiting your local Legion, think of those who have given... more »»

Better care system needed

May 25, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: We have, at the National level, two health-care systems. One, Medicare, works reasonably well. more »»

An invasion over a false report

May 19, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: I would like to know where the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has the right to enter a property without going to the door to get permission to enter the property and... more »»

Residents defend volunteer for Laona

May 18, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: I would like to express my deep disgust about the article regarding the funds that were raised and collected for support of the Laona Halloween Parade. more »»

Constant change in health care

May 17, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: Publisher John D’Agostino finds “No quick cure for what ails Brooks” Memorial Hospital (May 2). more »»

Youth’s efforts help a senior

May 15, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: I would like to thank Quasan, a very smart 8 or so kid for saving my day and likely lots of money. more »»

People’s column

May 11, 2014 Let’s hear it for the moms! Editor, OBSERVER: It’s Mother’s Day Hoping mothers receive greetings, As we see them everywhere In stores and on the streets. Are you a mother that we can greet. more »»

When music makes the headlines

May 10, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: The coverage the OBSERVER provided last week on both the New Horizons Concert Band (for more senior folks) and the Dunkirk Jazz Invitational (for junior and high school folks) is... more »»

People’s column

May 4, 2014 League offered both sides Editor, OBSERVER: I’m writing to correct an error in a commentary (April 21), “Dunkirk residents should vote on fracking. more »»

People’s column

April 26, 2014 Reed can make tough choices Editor, OBSERVER: These days, the financial health of our great country is held hostage to partisan politic. more »»

People’s column

April 20, 2014 SAFE Act does not make us safer Editor, OBSERVER: The last thing you want to be in New York now is: a hunter, gun owner, Christian conservative and a member of the military or veteran. more »»

Adjuncts deserve promotions, not just awards

April 18, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER Reading in the OBSERVER April 13 that two adjunct faculty members of the college at Fredonia were given Chancellor’s awards for excellence in teaching makes me wonder why the... more »»

The end of Carriage House: A conspiracy theory

April 17, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: Everything seemed pretty good, We were clinging to our jobs ‘Til one of our tractor trailers crashed Through the local cemetery. more »»

Cancer Services Program can help

April 16, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: April is National Cancer Control Awareness Month. In recognition, I wanted to share information about the services available at the Chautauqua County Cancer Services Progra. more »»

Limerick laugh

April 15, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER The things I’d do to get out on the links, I’d polish the clubs and be out in a wink. I’d hit them far and at a good pace, With the swing as smooth as a clean shaven face. more »»

People’s column

April 13, 2014 Keep rabbits in the wild at Easter Editor, OBSERVER: Rabbits are living, breathing, feeling animals who have special needs and can live 10-plus years. more »»

Doodle event draws crowd

April 6, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: The Town of Portland Ahira Hall Memorial Library would like to thank the State University of Fredonia Reed Library faculty and senior seminar students for presenting Doodles with... more »»

People’s column

April 5, 2014 One change we agree on Editor, OBSERVER: “Think Spring” We got another blast of winter, Shoveling snow and temperatures bitter. As the falling snow came our way, Winter was in command for another day. more »»



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