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God has a plan for each of us if we are willing to be used

July 11, 2015 Put your thinking caps on. We’re going to evaluate our lives. Have you been constantly learning? Don’t forget – if you don’t use it, you lose it. more »»

Flag out of place on Fourth

July 11, 2015 My family looks forward to attending Mayville’s Fourth of July parade every year. more »»

Our TV of yesteryear

July 11, 2015 I enjoyed Richard Westlund’s column of several months ago about his career in local radio and television very much. more »»

Election forecast: mostly cloudy

July 10, 2015 Where are the Republicans? That is one of the big questions being asked by residents in the city of Dunkirk, which has an election for its mayor and all five council members in November. more »»

Finding a gift in Gloria

July 10, 2015 She was exactly the kitten I’d been dreaming of. Just like her picture in the paper, a lovely little tiger, her symmetrical stripes perfectly in order. All right. more »»

Court let down its country

July 9, 2015 If French theologian Jacques Ellul was still alive, he could write a sequel to his book “The Humiliation of the Word. more »»

Sense in Trump’s sloppy speech

July 8, 2015 Instead of the U.S. choosing the best and the brightest immigrants, we allow immigrants themselves to choose who gets to live her. more »»

There’s no denying climate change

July 7, 2015 Whether you believe in climate change or not, the time has come for all of us to take responsibility for what is happening to the world around us. We only have one planet; there are no “do overs. more »»

Never-ending battle for independence

July 6, 2015 This has been Independence Day weekend and we shall not forget. It was George Washington who said on Jan. more »»

Different view not ‘hateful’

July 5, 2015 I respect gay people and have gay friends and I am not hateful toward them but have socialized with them. However, I received an email from a university professor accusing me of hate. more »»

Sharing and appreciating others’ thoughts

July 4, 2015 I’m glad I have this column because I save a lot of good thoughtful articles that need to be shared. These aren’t my words, so I’m not bragging. more »»

A poor remedy by state for health care

July 4, 2015 In its last week of the current legislative session, the New York State Legislature was considering a bill that, at first glance, represents a positive outcome for the state’s citizens when it comes... more »»

Latest manhunt without blunder

July 3, 2015 What a difference nine years can make. more »»

It’s a dog-eat-all world

July 3, 2015 Is there anything Minor will not eat? I wrote in May about his digging up the potato bed. more »»

Fun on Fourth begins with safety

July 3, 2015 The first holiday of the summer is upon us and as Fourth of July is celebrated the Dunkirk Police Department has a few safety tips that could make your celebration safe and happy. more »»

Let religious freedom ring

July 2, 2015 The celebration of American freedom has deep and broad root. more »»

Catching up on historic week

July 1, 2015 What a week we’ve had. We watched a three-week saga with two escaped murderers trapped in the New York woods; one dead and the other in custody. more »»

Taxing the workers for those who don’t

June 29, 2015 A Cato Institute report comparing the welfare benefits offered to individuals, yes, just those individuals in different states, reveals that Hawaii provides the most generous benefits package in the... more »»

Raising wages increases costs

June 29, 2015 Remember Rumpelstiltskin? He was that dwarf in old German folklore. He could spin straw into gold. Everyone would like to do that. more »»

Overdue Agent Orange action

June 29, 2015 So, the U.S. government has finally decided to help some 2,000 Air Force personnel exposed to Agent Orange residue left over in airplanes used during the Vietnam War. more »»



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