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Street talks find support for Iran deal

August 18, 2015 Since my last article regarding the Iran nuclear deal, I have kept my ear to the ground and have walked up to total strangers and engaged them in a conversation if time permitte. more »»

Recalling life on the farm

August 17, 2015 A dairy and vegetable farm in this rural region was the setting. The four seasons of the year determined the course of daily events during those Depression years of the 1930. more »»

Plenty of support brings winning spirit

August 16, 2015 On behalf of the Laurel Run Planning Committee, the Hotelling family, The Resource Center and Filling the Gap, Inc., I want to thank everyone who supported the 19th annual Laurel Run. more »»

City on right path with development

August 16, 2015 Over the last three and a half years I have been urged on numerous occasions to respond to the negative commentary surrounding the city’s development department. more »»

A home and punishment

August 16, 2015 The crisp autumn air smacked Joey Cullen in his face as he quietly cursed the blisters on his hands. With the hoe propped against his shoulder, he kicked at the dry dirt beneath his fee. more »»

Crews come to rescue of family

August 16, 2015 Our family will be forever grateful to the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Department, EMS, Border Patrol and U.S. Coast Guard from Erie and Buffalo. more »»

Margaret’s musings

August 15, 2015 Shakespeare asked, “What’s in a name?” Thinking about that phrase lead me to consider whether some doctors’ names could influence patients. If you are pregnant, you might relate to Dr. Seama. more »»

Night Out tradition continues in city

August 15, 2015 As we close out our 22nd year of National Night Out and begin to prepare for the 23rd edition I want to take a few minutes to reflect on this year’s program. more »»

Buzz is bad one for city hospital

August 14, 2015 One of my annual speaking engagements occurred earlier this week at the monthly United Senior Citizens gathering on the second Monday of each mont. more »»

Giving those knees a rest

August 14, 2015 A heavy — really, really heavy — downpour just before breakfast and then sunshine. Rushing through morning necessaries, I grab hat and bug scarf and head outdoors, the dogs a step or two behind m. more »»

Why our teachers matter

August 13, 2015 It’s the onset of fall and that means, as it does every year, that school is about to start. This is a process we take for granted. Because we take it for granted, we underestimate its complexity. more »»

City missing on momentum

August 12, 2015 If Chautauqua County is on the move, where is the city of Dunkirk? If we “as a city” are to prosper and be a part of the efforts our county executive and IDA director are pursuing, we must get on... more »»

Where do we lose innocence?

August 11, 2015 I may be getting in over my head here; but sometimes I get worried about what we think we’re doing. more »»

State’s generosity depends on hard work

August 10, 2015 Residency should be an official residence. A requirement is an order to do something, ask or claim as by right demand. Welfare is a charity given by taxpayers. more »»

Air show, assistance earn high marks

August 9, 2015 July 19 was promised to be one of those Sundays where planning for the difficult mobility of senior citizens was going to be prominent. more »»

Jenner is perfect ‘$10’ option

August 9, 2015 Here’s a look back at some of the stories making news in the last month: ¯ If you’ve been saying to yourself, “Self, our money sure is getting boring. more »»

Calls for help answered — finally

August 9, 2015 Several agencies exist in Chautauqua County for the purpose of making sure the elderly and handicapped are taken care of when their needs exceed their ability to perform the. more »»

Seniors will pay for big hike

August 9, 2015 New York state has just flushed all New York residents living on a fixed income down the drain. Most retirees think when they retire they will be OK financially. more »»

Water troubles flow in Silver Creek

August 8, 2015 In my 35 years living in Silver Creek there has always seemed to be difficulty in dealing with the subject of water, be it drinking water, flooding or sewer effluent. more »»

Reader suggests material for column

August 7, 2015 I walked out of the house with Marc Guy from church, who took me shopping. Every week I go shopping with a young man to help me out. Not bad for an old lady. more »»



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