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An early sign of spring

January 17, 2014 According to notes I made on some unfathomable time in the past (about the time, I imagine, the first 2014 calendars started showing up in my mailbox), I wanted to write this month about the pussy... more »»

Why target ‘Bible believers?’

January 16, 2014 When I saw the picture of Christopher Schaeffer being sworn in as Pomfret Councilman with a strainer on his head and then the picture of the drawing of the statue of Satan in the Jan. more »»

U.S. quickly going to pot

January 15, 2014 The arguments and discussions continue. more »»

Experts should run for city office

January 13, 2014 I would like to take this opportunity to support the mayor of the city of Dunkirk, Anthony J. Dolce. Despite what a recent commentary in this newspaper said, his effort is not a losing proposition. more »»

The darndest things happen to me!

January 11, 2014 I have the darndest things happen to me. I’ll give you another example. I was thinking about what I wanted to write in my New Year’s column. I had a September issue of a magazine on my coffee table. more »»

Hope springs eternal

January 10, 2014 Recent reading took me back to the days of the pillory. I confess my knowledge before had been strictly based on novels about early New Englan. more »»

Grateful for help of Fredonia officers

January 8, 2014 Without help from two Fredonia Police officers, I may still be stuck inside my vehicle. I began my journey home from the office in Jamestown just before 1 a.m., surprised by how clear the roads wer. more »»

Alzheimer’s needs U.S. attention

January 8, 2014 Just over a year ago, my father died from Alzheimer’s diseas. more »»

Educators oftentimes know better

January 6, 2014 If one were to ask you the names of your favorite teachers from kindergarten and throughout your schooling, it may be not too difficult to answer. more »»

Facility an important institution

January 5, 2014 Lake Shore Health Care Center is “open for business” during this time of turmoil and uncertainty while the new board brings the interim CEO and staff on board as they work toward a continued... more »»

Growth through ‘imagination’

January 5, 2014 I never played “wedding” as a child; my Barbie dolls were always single novelists living in the city, and I was appalled when my favorite Disney character — Ariel from The Little Mermaid — left her... more »»

Mayoral system in city ‘outdated’

January 5, 2014 The disclosure last month that the city owes a contractor $35,000 for work approved by the mayor and Department of Public Works, but not the council, is the latest in a series of management screw ups. more »»

Resolving to be appreciative

January 5, 2014 Every New Year’s Eve the world sings the song attributed Bobbie Burns: “Auld Lang Syn. more »»

Applying wisdom and respect to our lives

January 4, 2014 Today I’m going to pay tribute to a man I admire for his intelligence. He’s no longer with us, but he left behind a book called “My Book of Cliches” by Felix Tyszko. more »»

Seeing miracles every day

January 4, 2014 As we recently entered the era of the Christmas season (Advent) it is important to recall; it is a pregnant one of great blessings and miracles. more »»

Computer overthinks it

January 3, 2014 Call it a little quirk if you will – even an idiosyncrasy if I can remember how to spell it – but I rather like the feeling that I have some say over the running of my home. more »»

What resolutions has the new county legislature made?

January 2, 2014 We are all anxious to see how this year’s legislative body will handle the tasks before them. Their work is cut out for the. more »»

It’s time to yell, ‘Danger!’

January 1, 2014 There was a television show years ago, “Lost in Space,” in which a family was stranded on an unknown planet with a robot that looked a little like the droid R2-D2 of Star Wars. more »»

When the college went big time

December 31, 2013 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 »»

State leaders make it happen

December 30, 2013 By RICHARD MAKUCH We all have known for a long time how good our representation has been from Albany, but this time our representatives have gone above and beyond. I am talking about Sen. more »»

 
 

 

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