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Live and learn

May 17, 2014 I like this column to be informative. I learned something from last week’s column. I’m on a breathing machine twice a day. My medicine that goes with it always comes early. more »»

Cards not perfect, but serve purpose

May 17, 2014 This letter reflects my reactions and thoughts regarding the “Worst” appearing on the editorial page (April 26). more »»

The rewards of research

May 16, 2014 My website has pictures to accompany each of my articles. Since I am an amateur photographer as well as writer, I enjoy having an outlet for what I “capture. more »»

Ford had vision with cars and wages

May 15, 2014 Henry Ford had his flaw. more »»

Hypocrisy and Donald Sterling

May 14, 2014 On April 29, NBA commissioner Adam Silver banned Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling from the league for life, fined him $2. more »»

Unintended dangers of shortcuts

May 13, 2014 If one took all the problems of the world, the mistakes, misuses, and yes, even what we call evil, you could put it all in one big basket labeled “Ignorance.” There is hope however. more »»

When rape is not a crime

May 13, 2014 If a 19-year-old high-school dropout raped by her ex-boyfriend wants justice, she calls the police. The same should apply to a 19-year-old college freshman similarly attacked by another student. more »»

For those ‘who courageously serve’

May 12, 2014 Many Americans celebrate Armed Forces Day annually on the third Saturday of May. This year, that date is Saturday, May 17. more »»

Southtowns divided on drilling

May 11, 2014 By RONALD FRASER Natural gas drillers are chomping at the bit to bring the heavy industrial, high volume hydraulic fracturing technology to New York’s Marcellus and Utica shale formations — and... more »»

Reading into a cultural change

May 11, 2014 Am I a dinosaur? Does anybody else find it irritating to watch a video of a story on the Internet when you could just as easily, and more quickly, read the story? The tinny little voices and... more »»

Merger deserves second chance

May 11, 2014 By LARRY McFADDEN This is an urgent letter regarding the Westfield-Brocton school merger debate. The time has come to revisit the merge. more »»

Lawsuit of biblical proportions

May 11, 2014 I got to wondering the other day about the proper retribution for an absurd lawsuit? The Lord says that, “vengeance is mine,” but if I’m not mistaken, that was before he got a little weary on the... more »»

Life can be like a soap opera

May 10, 2014 My life is like a soap opera. Most of you are too young to remember an old actress whose name was ZaSu Pitts (or something like that.) She used to say, “Oh, dear. more »»

‘Corps’ helped build America

May 10, 2014 Throughout its history, America has faced many challenges. more »»

A most distinguished appearance

May 9, 2014 There are days when I move so fast I can’t catch up. Yesterday was one of those. more »»

Two sides to natural gas debate

May 8, 2014 I guess it’s true: there are falsehoods on social media. more »»

How much longer to wither away?

May 7, 2014 To say that we are our brother’s keeper and need to find ways to live together amicably is a lofty goal, but is it reality? Has enough been said about the need to join hands and sing kumbaya? Is i... more »»

Spells of inactivity in India

May 6, 2014 Editor’s note: This is a series of columns by John Malcolm on his “50 years at Fredonia.” Retired, he is a professor emeritus at Fredonia State. more »»

Welfare’s runaway train

May 5, 2014 This article will continue to be on the outrageous spending of the welfare program and how out of control this free program is. I will outline the reasons there are 12. more »»

State has an untapped supply

May 4, 2014 By ROLLAND KIDDER Today, new technologies for unlocking natural gas have revolutionized the industry. more »»

 
 

 

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