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Steele foundation grew Red Wing

April 4, 2014 In the late 1950s and early ’60s, Ed Steele played a tremendous role in building a powerhouse. more »»

Minimum wage hike a good thing

April 2, 2014 U.S. Rep. Tom Reed does himself and the many people who try to live on minimum wage a huge disservice by blindly following fellow Republicans. more »»

Finding sunshine in a raindrop

April 1, 2014 A raindrop falls into my yard. It runs down my driveway until it reaches the gully beside the road. more »»

A golden retrospective

March 31, 2014 My column this week looks a bit different. I have decided to put “From this Perspective” in poetic form because of the nature of the subject. more »»

Support proves area has good Taste

March 30, 2014 As we approach the end of March as Red Cross month, I would like to take this opportunity to thank those who helped make our “Savor the Flavor – A Taste of Chautauqua County” a success. more »»

Our future and fracking

March 30, 2014 On March 19, at the County Legislature’s informational meeting on high volume hydrofracking, some points were made that have important implications for the economic future of our county. more »»

Scripted lesson plans hinder learning

March 30, 2014 I am a student studying to become an English teacher. To become a teacher, you must have passion for the subject and students, along with creativity. more »»

Brothers stand up for children

March 30, 2014 Do you have the courage to stand up for children? On Feb. 23, Brothers by Choice hosted a Stewards of Children workshop at the Fifth Wheel, Jamestown. more »»

Considering the education system

March 29, 2014 Recently in the OBSERVER there was a picture of a white owl. I remembered my experience with a white owl. One morning I went to the bread box which was by the kitchen windo. more »»

Is there progress for women?

March 29, 2014 Recently, a woman and mother drove her van into the ocean with her children. An alleged abusive relationship was cited but she had to be checked out. A prostitute was found dead. more »»

A bright day matches outlooks

March 28, 2014 March 30, 2013. The sun is shining! Really shining! I don’t mean an occasional shot of brightness but real sunshine. Blue skies, the whole works. more »»

Firing off on some firsts in 2014

March 27, 2014 Dear Readers, I am pleased to inform you that I have been invited to attend an intimate luncheon upstate, honoring one of the keenest social critics of our times (Guy McPherson, Ph.D.). more »»

Firing off on some firsts in 2014

March 27, 2014 Dear Readers, I am pleased to inform you that I have been invited to attend an intimate luncheon upstate, honoring one of the keenest social critics of our times (Guy McPherson, Ph.D.). more »»

What are we waiting for?

March 26, 2014 To everything there is a season, and dare I say a reason. more »»

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.

March 25, 2014 There were many strong secretaries. Joan Glenzer was one when I was a freshman but by the time I retired was a college vice president in charge of finance. more »»

When drunk driving goes unpunished

March 24, 2014 Drunk driving is a terrible crime, especially when the drunk leaves the scene of a personal injury accident. more »»

Eyeing safety with dairy farming

March 23, 2014 Dairy farmers across New York are gearing up for what will be a brand new experience. more »»

Warm reflections from bonfires’ past

March 23, 2014 Bonfires when I was a kid were our version of a night out. Every weekend we’d gather friends and family together at The Smith Pond and light it up. more »»

Increase funds for SUNY, CUNY quality

March 22, 2014 Like many educators throughout New York state, I watched proudly as Kent Knappenberger, a music teacher in the Westfield Central School District, won the first-ever Music Educator Grammy award. more »»

Increase funds for SUNY, CUNY quality

March 22, 2014 Like many educators throughout New York state, I watched proudly as Kent Knappenberger, a music teacher in the Westfield Central School District, won the first-ever Music Educator Grammy award. more »»

 
 

 

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