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Forestville woes easy to ‘understand’

May 4, 2014 By MARGIE WORKOFF I understand that through the hard work of a handful of officials and staff that we, Forestville taxpayers, avoided one of the largest property tax increases in history and are... more »»

A new face in the window

May 4, 2014 Scattered nose prints show up lower on the glass these days. The light brown head has turned snowy white. Huge stand up ears seem a tad shorter. more »»

Thanking a reader

May 3, 2014 This is a “thank you” column. more »»

Dealings, speedy or not, must be open

May 3, 2014 Actually this is a letter to the community of Westfield. I have a confession to make. Since I travel extensively in my work I am often driving on the interstate. more »»

Privacy matters

May 2, 2014 We all hear (and mostly speak as well) of the lack of privacy nowadays in our private lives. If Big Brother isn’t listening, he’s certainly compiling data on just about everything we d. more »»

Pipeline plan fueling discontent

May 1, 2014 In case you were worried about our representation in Washington, rest assured: this area is well represented. more »»

Comparing presidencies and the law

April 30, 2014 It is an interesting thought experiment to consider whether the Obama administration has less respect for the law than did the Clinton administration. more »»

Lest we forget

April 29, 2014 In 1941 Europe was embattled in a horrific war, but the United States not wishing to go to war in Europe was at peace. more »»

Our blessing of local business

April 28, 2014 Within the past 24 hours, I went to our local grocery, the local pharmacy and hardware store. I stopped by at the local shoe store to buy a pair of outdoor work shore. more »»

Finding meaning from our dreams

April 27, 2014 Dreams can signify two different things: the kind that happen when we sleep and the kind that shape our future life-goals. First, a word about the sleep kind. more »»

Mailing a first step in exposing ‘extreme’ positions

April 27, 2014 By SETH WIMER As Congressman Tom Reed’s campaign manager, and the person responsible for the mailing which was called dishonest in your editorial “Campaign item is just wrong” (April 14), I thought ... more »»

Economic rebound relies on teamwork

April 27, 2014 By JOHN “JAY”?WARREN Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan has his hands full. more »»

Daniel Valone suggests a co-op of farmers

April 26, 2014 My son, Daniel Valone from St. Augustine, Fla., found all this information on the computer. I am putting it in my column just in case someone can use it. more »»

Forestville school’s plan ‘meets the needs’

April 26, 2014 Creating the annual school budget is arguably the most challenging work the Board of Education has to do each yea. more »»

Sweet violets ‘... sweeter than the roses’

April 25, 2014 I once knew a young woman who, planning to wed in April, chose only violets for her bouquet and the trimmings on her wedding table. more »»

We’re not all equal in gym class

April 24, 2014 This month I’d like to take a break from the plethora of global catastrophes and just tackle an underreported phenomenon that is near and dear to my “personal repertoire of sermons,” a shocking... more »»

It really should be about him

April 23, 2014 So much has been said recently about Easter, Passover and the rising of Christ that it seems almost redundant to mention it again, but I am going to anyway. more »»

President McPhee and making a personal visit to India

April 22, 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 SUNY Fredonia. I want to segue to the McPhee years. more »»

Dunkirk residents should vote on fracking

April 21, 2014 To frack, or not to frack, that is the question! A decision to that question should only come from the residents of the city of Dunkirk, not from the city council, not from a resident from Fredonia... more »»

‘Buckets for Brett’ was a success

April 20, 2014 By TERRY MANSFIELD and BRYELLE CORTRIGHT We would like to extend sincere gratitude to all the Pine Valley staff, administration, students, and community volunteers who helped to make “Buckets for... more »»



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