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The company line — and benefits

March 1, 2016 A good wage in exchange for a hard day’s work is what used to be the norm, but not anymore. more »»

Words for American way

February 29, 2016 Words for American way Politics, policy and personality. These three themes seem to occupy today’s stage in our current political atmosphere. more »»

We can’t trash city recycling

February 29, 2016 Recycling in our Dunkirk city has been one projects we were always proud of! A few years back, with our former Mayor Richard Frey, we were in the need of a trash truck, desperately. more »»

Area neglecting our furry friends

February 28, 2016 I’m writing this letter to address my concerns for our helpless animals in the community. I grew up always having a tight connection with all animal. more »»

Rounding up connections to area’s Circle of Love

February 28, 2016 I believe in miracles and that angels are all around u. more »»

Our ‘none-of-the-above’ alternative

February 28, 2016 Every four years during the Presidential election campaigns, it seems I hear the same thing: “vote for the lesser of two evils;” unless, of course, you are staunchly one party or the other, then... more »»

Detective needs help from agents

February 27, 2016 Do you like to play detective? I do and this column is my detective agency. Monday I got a letter from Syracuse. more »»

On the local, state fronts

February 27, 2016 While the national media has been fixated on the presidential race of late, noteworthy news has been made at the state and local level. more »»

Cooking, back in the day

February 26, 2016 My Musing for last Dec. 11 referred to the “old” Warren Cook Book revised and printed in November 1937 by the Second Auxiliary Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Church of Warren, Penna. more »»

Climate change real, not ‘controversial’

February 25, 2016 If you were a physician, what would you say to a patient who smokes? Would you advise that person to cut back, in order to reduce the risk of cancer and other potentially deadly health consequences?... more »»

There ain’t no free lunch!

February 24, 2016 Bernie Sanders believes it’s the entrepreneur and successful individual who are responsible for the economic inequality in this country. He believes free enterprise and capitalism is bad for societ. more »»

Persistence brings results

February 23, 2016 I’ve been impressed by how one can do something casually, and it can affect their life forever, either tragically or blesse. more »»

There are the poor ... and the seniors

February 22, 2016 This is in response to the article in the OBSERVER on Feb. 14 headlined “Plight of poor on rise. more »»

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 »»



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