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Hillary Clinton’s coming feminist campaign

April 1, 2015 Hillary Clinton will soon be running for the presidency again, this time on women’s issue. more »»

Famous women in math and science

March 31, 2015 During this last day of National Women’s History Month, I have chosen 10 phenomenal women of both science and mathematic. more »»

Americans want to trust leaders

March 30, 2015 Americans so want to believe their leaders. They want leadership that is conscientious, dependable, trustworthy and hones. more »»

City library needs new fund stream

March 29, 2015 Thank you for publishing the article about Dunkirk Library’s initiative to form a library district in order to stabilize its fundin. more »»

‘Realities’ in religion

March 29, 2015 As a lifelong member of St. Hyacinth’s and now Blessed Mary Angela, I am responding to Mary Ann Herrington’s diatribe in her column (March 17). more »»

Difficult discussion on death important

March 29, 2015 How we want to die — and don’t want to die — is one of the most important conversations that America is not having. more »»

Newsmaker of the month: Troubles at city hospital

March 29, 2015 When it comes to the future of Brooks Memorial Hospital, we all have a stake in what happens. It is not just about the patients or the care administered. more »»

Columnist amazed by the area

March 28, 2015 Most of you know I was born in Fredonia and many of you know I expect to die in Fredonia. There is nothing amazing about that, but what you don’t know is that this area never stops amazing me. more »»

Colon cancer testing saves lives

March 28, 2015 By MIKE IGOE The month of March means various things to many people. That includes the arrival of spring in Western New York (hopefully!), St. more »»

Death on demand

March 28, 2015 We should have seen this coming, I suppose. We are, after all, the can-do country. more »»

Musings from the Hill

March 27, 2015 I just learned of another pet who succumbed to cancer. Yes, another golden retriever, though the disease is hardly selective in choosing its breed. more »»

Area departments face dilemma

March 27, 2015 It is worth revisiting a recent Cassadaga Village Board meeting on March 4 when its volunteer fire department was asking for additional financial assistance. more »»

Going separate ways might be best

March 26, 2015 There might just be some gumption and political initiative in the legislative branch of the New York state government after all. Seems a state Sen. more »»

Extinguishing the Fredonia fire debate

March 25, 2015 In my continuing attempt to discuss local issues in this column I have tried to ask the questions that many of the residents and taxpayers have suggested I ask. more »»

Reasons for holding sales tax

March 25, 2015 As many people know, the County Legislature will be voting tonight on raising the sales tax from 7.5 percent to 8 percent. Proponents of raising the sales tax point to the additional $. more »»

Sales-tax hike not ‘people friendly’

March 24, 2015 The county executive would like to raise the county sales tax from 3.5 percent to 4 percent in order to raise about $7.1 million. more »»

Library’s funding request too much

March 23, 2015 Another taxpayers’ nightmare in the city of Dunkirk and surrounding area that are attached to the Dunkirk School District, and the Dunkirk library. more »»

Area can help grow university

March 22, 2015 A key issue in our state right now, as the final stages of the budget process are underway, is the extent to which New York is willing to invest in this generation of college and university students. more »»

Dishonesty in the neutrality

March 22, 2015 “Net Neutrality” is a political term and, as with most other political terms, it is fundamentally dishonest, with the objective of hiding the underlying reality. more »»

Going through ‘Downton’ withdrawal

March 21, 2015 The fifth season of “Downton Abbey” has concluded and we must wait for 10 months to get our next Downton “fix. more »»

 
 

 

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