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Why is Veterans Day important?

November 10, 2015 Brave, honorable, dedicated, patriotic and altruistic men and women in the United States military believe in something greater than themselves. They are willing to sacrifice and serve others. more »»

Thanking those who served

November 9, 2015 Wednesday is Veterans Day ... and my column today is in the form of a poem. more »»

Trouble’s brewing over coffee orders, electricity usage

November 8, 2015 Let me start today with a story that reveals a great victory scored by an individual from my generation. It is I who had the victory. I was recently at the campus of Fredonia. more »»

Doctors deserve say in negotiating with health insurers

November 8, 2015 The recently proposed consolidation of health insurance giants Anthem and Cigna, and Aetna and Humana, is cause of great concern to the medical profession in New Yor. more »»

City must be ‘bold’ for its future

November 8, 2015 I would like to comment on a recent Publisher’s Notebook from Oct 16. You mention Genesee County as being in the technology forefront with the development of their Science and Technology Par. more »»

Plenty of history unearthed in cemeteries

November 8, 2015 Now that All Hallows’ Eve and All Saints Day are over I can say it. Cemeteries are fascinating places. From an early age my mother instilled in me an appreciation of the mysteries and beauty of the. more »»

How barber got his cut

November 8, 2015 It was a run-of-the-mill day in Bobby Riggs’ barbershop in Silver Creek around the turn of the century. more »»

Nobody’s perfect, but the pope is close

November 7, 2015 There is no doubt that Pope Francis, as with previous popes, occupies a position of great moral authority in our worl. more »»

Amp preservation never had chance

November 6, 2015 Now that the Chautauqua Board is readying for another vote Friday to give its go-ahead for President Tom Becker to accept a bid to tear down and replace the historic Amphitheater, it’s time for some... more »»

The code of an advanced population

November 6, 2015 I’ve certainly been aware of the question in movies, books, interviews and probably any place people with that kind of curious mind congregate: say, for instance, civilization in the far, far future... more »»

It’s beginning to look a lot like ...

November 5, 2015 Time flies when Christmas comes in Octobe. more »»

Where freedom comes from

November 4, 2015 Next Wednesday is a day that too many of us will allow to just pass as we welcome a day off from work or school. But it is more than that. Nov. more »»

If we could wash away our problems

November 3, 2015 It’s great to step out of the shower, after ridding oneself of the sweat and grime of the day, to feel fresh and renewed for come what may. more »»

Those who worked, served are victims

November 2, 2015 In the Dunkirk OBSERVER on Oct. 12, an article stated good news at the pump but bad news for older Americans. There will be no increase in their Social Security again this time for next year. more »»

Nothing simple in Forestville vote

November 1, 2015 Friday’s article on the dissolution of the village of Forestville oversimplified the tax situation in New York state and made the proposed tax reduction sound way too good to be tru. more »»

Can Fredonia stop suffering?

November 1, 2015 Having a civic-minded focus is an admirable quality. more »»

‘Cash poor’ village has many quandaries

November 1, 2015 I’m going to vote yes for dissolution in the Tuesday election. Dissolution is really a bad term to use, it’s a “merger” with benefits. Nothing in Forestville is dissolving except the government. more »»

No end to bad choices

November 1, 2015 I would like to respond to Mayor Kevin Johnson’s opinion that Forestville government should not dissolve. more »»

Writing this column is a blessing

October 31, 2015 Writing this column has been a blessing. I get so much feedback. Just last week Saturday, John Yaeger took me shopping. (That’s his day). We ran into a friend of his he went to college with. more »»

Attitude is everything in Fredonia vote

October 31, 2015 I intended to write a letter of support for Dr. Athanasia Landis for mayor of Fredonia. The better I have gotten to know Dr. Landis, the more impressed I am with her vision for the future of Fredonia. more »»

 
 

 

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