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Short February full of activity

February 21, 2015 February is one of those funny months. The days are getting longer, but not much warmer. If there is snow on the ground its usually gray with dirt. more »»

Publisher’s notebook

February 20, 2015 It has not been an easy 14 months for Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan, who will be making his second State of the County address Wednesday. more »»

America has lost its logic

February 19, 2015 America was established by Enlighten-ment thinkers who valued logic. more »»

When higher institutions overreact

February 18, 2015 Here is a prediction. more »»

Beware of a new partnership

February 17, 2015 The Trans Pacific Partnership is a secretive, multinational trade agreement that threatens to extend restrictive intellectual property laws across the globe and rewrite international rules on its... more »»

What it takes to be a leader

February 16, 2015 A good leader inspires others to have the confidence in the leader. But a great leader inspires others to have the confidence in themselves. This is the true essence of leadershi. more »»

Relative’s trail to a murderer

February 15, 2015 The attached background account was passed on to me by my late maternal grandmother, Mary Sampson, who was the granddaughter of Detective George Sampson of the London Metropolitan Polic. more »»

Child’s advice takes the cake

February 15, 2015 We all try to teach our children to be strong, successful individuals. We hope that they will surpass all expectations. more »»

Taking a look at pride

February 14, 2015 A very interesting thing happened to me last week in the doctor’s office. A man was coming out of the doctor’s office and was maneuvering a walker through the door. more »»

‘Fight’ continues for local League

February 14, 2015 This year, the League of Women Voters celebrates its 95th anniversary. Founded by suffragist Carrie Chapman Catt on Fe. more »»

How does your garden grow?

February 13, 2015 Well, I don’t know about Mistress Mary but mine has taken a very strange turn indeed. I have two banana plants (there used to be three. more »»

Young adults need health insurance

February 12, 2015 This year, more than 280,000 young adults in New York state will turn 26, with many of them aging off of their parent’s health insurance plan. more »»

Lots of plans, little action in development

February 11, 2015 Economic development generally means adopting technologies that allow a transition from an agriculture-based economy to an industry-based economy, and thereby improving the standard of living for th... more »»

The channels of change

February 10, 2015 I started working in radio at WGR-AM in 1950. I was 22. It was very different than it is today. The only way we could record quality audio was to drop a needle on a vinyl disc and cut a groove. more »»

Where are opposers for wind farm?

February 9, 2015 There is a proposal for a wind farm in Chautauqua County. The proposal is approximately seventy wind turbines over a 40,000-acre area. These turbines will brandish 330 feet of turbine hub. more »»

Foot in the sports door can be a tough sell

February 8, 2015 Imagine the prospect of working amidst the glitz and glamour that is professional sports. Envision what it would be like to have a ballpark for your office each and every day. more »»

Prisoners did brutal job in city

February 8, 2015 The period: World War II. more »»

We never stop learning

February 7, 2015 Have you recovered from the game Sunday? At first, I was so pleased with the Seahawks. They looked like they were going to win. more »»

Cuomo started state downward

February 7, 2015 I was interested to read Norm Green’s commentary in the Sunday OBSERVER (Jan. 4), where he reminisced about the late Gov. Mario Cuomo and his career. Mr. more »»

Why would a woodchuck chuck?

February 6, 2015 A few years ago I wrote about the woodchuck, calling it “Cutie in A Treetop” for that’s where I got the closest ever to a live one in the yard. But we don’t talk of “Woodchuck Day” (wonder why?. more »»



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