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Fighting winter’s illnesses naturally

February 21, 2016 The time is here for colds and sickness of all kinds. Our children must scour the earth for illness and innocently pass it around, as if that is what us moms meant by, “Share with your friends. more »»

Destructive campaigning

February 21, 2016 cThere are over 17 reality television programs using the word “War” in their title. According to The WRAP writer Tim Molloy, “The word war is the most over used title on television. more »»

National Grid is investing in area

February 21, 2016 In a recent opinion expressing concern about market conditions for electricity generators in New York, a writer from Olean made comments about National Grid’s role that were misinformed. more »»

Gowanda is not alone in its battle against drugs

February 21, 2016 I would like to address the commitment that the Gowanda Police Department has with this drug epidemic that has hit our community har. more »»

Innocence lost in technology

February 21, 2016 Another week has passed, and three more defendants have been charged by the U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Western District of New York with producing or receiving child pornography. more »»

Most wanteds and life’s helpers

February 20, 2016 Have you ever noticed in the section of “Wanted in Chautauqua County” there are never more than two females? Many times, they are all males. more »»

Not all numbers add up to gun deaths

February 20, 2016 This is in response to the letter “New gun laws worth a shot” (Jan. 24). One of the catch phrases of liberals is “If we could only save just one life!” Well, well, well. more »»

My winter garden

February 19, 2016 “In the midst of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer.” Albert Camus. By now the garden catalogues are old hat. How tall is your stack? So far I’ve managed to shun al. more »»

Taking a trip down memory lane

February 18, 2016 A relaxing pastime in this heated primary season is a retreat into the history of our surroundings. more »»

What Sanders stands for

February 16, 2016 Bernie Sanders claims to be a democratic socialist. more »»

Court seat adds to campaign

February 16, 2016 “If we’re picking people to draw out of their own conscience and experience a ‘new’ Constitution, we should not look principally for good lawyers. We should look to the people who agree with u. more »»

Great words from U.S. leaders

February 15, 2016 This is Presidents’ Day. Until 1971, both Feb. 12 and 22 were observed as federal public holidays to honor the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln (Feb. 12) and George Washington (Feb. 22). more »»

State’s dairy industry continues to suffer

February 14, 2016 “We began in 2011 with our partnership to stimulate dairy production through our Greek yogurt industry expansion and it has worked .... more »»

Why the world is going bananas

February 14, 2016 Catching up on some current events: ¯ Koko sends you his New Year’s message of peace, joy and best wishe. more »»

Reasons to love Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2016 It is Feb. 14 and love is in the air. It’s Valentine’s Day, and for those of you fortunate enough to have a loved one in your life, take a moment to tell them you love and appreciate the. more »»

Tax dollars must be used wisely

February 14, 2016 It was exciting to hear the news that New York state is planning to invest $200 million to build a pharmaceutical facility in Dunkir. more »»

Valentine’s Day memories about a special couple

February 13, 2016 Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day. That’s a very special day for me. Russ and I got engaged on Valentine’s Day in the year 1946. Then we chose to get married later that year on the Fourth of July. more »»

Wintering in Silver Creek

February 13, 2016 It’s winter and I am now in semi-hibernation. In winter I leave the comfort of my home only out of necessit. more »»

Hey, you!: drifting in the snow

February 12, 2016 The snow on the deck has drifted to spots over two feet tall. It lies against the door no more than six or eight inches high. Too high for me. Or, as far as I’m concerned, the dogs. more »»

One way to make a change for the better

February 10, 2016 As a resident of the city of Dunkirk and Chautauqua County, I see the pitfalls of mismanagement, a lack of personal pride in property — whether your own or someone else’s, a disregard for simply... more »»

 
 

 

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