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Sports capitalizes on fracking

October 20, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: The people who are so set against drilling and fracking for oil and natural gas in New York state should realize that Terry and Kim Pegula made their money and their success in tha... more »»

People's column — Oct. 19

October 19, 2014 Reed listens to residents Editor, OBSERVER: Martha Robertson’s accusation that Tom Reed is not “in touch” with the Southern Tier proves she is not listening to the people. more »»

Food drive begins today

October 19, 2014 The Oct. 16 OBSERVER contained a full-page ad promoting the Feeding Fredonia Challenge. (Many thanks, by the way, to the businesses which sponsored the ad. more »»

Plenty of learning happens in city

October 16, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: I want to congratulate the 68 Dunkirk Middle School students who were recently honored for their outstanding academic performance last year. more »»

Robertson fails with gun owners

October 15, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: We need an advocate for Western New York in Congress who will vote in a manner that reflects the beliefs of our area. more »»

Sometimes you need to get job done

October 11, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: This letter is in response to “Local firms give back in area” (Sept. 13). I have lived in Dunkirk for at least 20 years and my wife was born and raised here. more »»

People's Column

October 11, 2014 Leadership of more than one country Editor, OBSERVER: In Vicki Westling’s commentary, “Facing a future in Forestville” (Sept. more »»

We have to help change Congress

October 6, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: It’s time for a change in Congress in the 23rd District. Tom Reed is out of touch with what this country needs to progress toward a better future. more »»

Comments on city alienate residents

October 4, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: What kind of politician openly disparages a city and people in his own district to try to win points with voters? Why would an elected official who considers himself strong on... more »»

People's Column

October 4, 2014 Big steps in Tractor Run Editor, OBSERVER: Just a small thank you for the big turnout on Sept. 6 for the fifth annual Jack Carlson Tractor Run. more »»

People's column

September 30, 2014 We must reward representation Editor, OBSERVER: To me, a good representative is someone that listens to the people and works to find common goals for the good of a community. more »»

In defense of law enforcement

September 28, 2014 I am responding to Stephen Kershnar’s commentary “Policies and policing” (Sept. 17). I think he should stick to philosophy, as he clearly knows little about policing. more »»

Area full of many gems

September 28, 2014 Much to the disappointment of our children, we are about to leave Dunkirk, the city that has been our home for the past 40 years. more »»

People's column

September 28, 2014 Don’t overlook our scenery Editor, OBSERVER: A senior citizen recommends: ¯ State Route 5 hugs the eastern shore of Lake Erie as it meanders southward through Chautauqua County’s famous vineyards. more »»

Many have climate concerns

September 28, 2014 The new organization, Chautauqua Citizens Respond to Climate Crisis, greatly appreciated your featuring our climate rally on the front page of the OBSERVER (Sept. 21). more »»

Loan rates still too high

September 27, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: In June 2013, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. more »»

‘Brave step’ by CVS with tobacco

September 25, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: CVS removing tobacco from their shelves is a huge step in improving public healt. more »»

People's Column

September 21, 2014 Sinclairville’s big party Editor, OBSERVER: Saturday was my village’s “History Fair Days” event. I spent the hours of 7 to 9 a.m. more »»

People's Column

September 13, 2014 Trial headline in poor taste Editor, OBSERVER: I am writing in regard to your coverage over the summer of the trial of Jason Wells, who was found guilty in the death of a Fredonia woman. more »»

Saluting a worker from Gunnard’s

September 11, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: Here’s a poem for Mamie Criscione: A staple at Gunnard’s Store Who would help to pick the perfect gift For any occasion that was in need. more »»



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