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You bring the goat

February 28, 2014 I’m just quoting Sappho as I watch this very long month, the longest (and shortest) finally creep to a close. Some I know will consider this an exaggeratio. more »»

Gathering occupies place in mind, heart

February 27, 2014 I usually like to focus on Chautauqua County in this column, but I was reminiscing on some major moments in my life that happened in Buffal. more »»

You’re a criminal? We owe you an education

February 26, 2014 Many of our children go to school, graduate and then seek out a college or university that will meet their educational and professional dreams as well as being affordabl. more »»

Without appraisal, sale is ‘fraud’

February 26, 2014 This is a tale of two nursing homes. On Dec. 1, 2012, my life partner took a nasty fall in our home. He broke his left collarbone and three ribs. I called 911. more »»

Small miracles happen at County Home

February 25, 2014 I am not writing this to plead my case on why the Chautauqua County Home should not be sold. I am simply relaying a true story. more »»

Highs and lows of Lanford era

February 25, 2014 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. more »»

Is city getting its money’s worth?

February 24, 2014 The city workers in the city of Dunkirk are dedicated and do a job that they are paid for and more. more »»

We lose if Home is sold

February 24, 2014 What kind of fools do the VestraCare people think we, the taxpayers of Chautauqua County, are? VestraCare, i.e. more »»

Sunday voices: My Quilted Thoughts

February 23, 2014 As a child my summers were stuffed with moments that time has since tried to extinguish. Though I vividly remember an old thorn tree humbled next to a tall wild apple. more »»

Society could use patience

February 23, 2014 “Patience is a virtue. Possess it if you can; seldom in a women; never in a man.” My mother would recite that ditty to me as a child when I was impatient with myself or with my siblings. more »»

Hot tips and good advice

February 22, 2014 I get all kinds of magazines just so I can pass on good information for you. Today I’m going to give you some hot tips. Some are hot and some are good advice. Here’s a hot ti. more »»

Novel renews interest of Zweig’s legacy

February 22, 2014 Exactly 72 years ago today, Stefan Zweig, one of the most famous authors of the early 1900s, committed suicide with his second wife Lotte in Brazil. more »»

My curious juxtaposition

February 21, 2014 I have been watching the stages of my amaryllis as I follow Bill’s progress in Al-Anon. more »»

Why this divide over County Home?

February 20, 2014 I attended a meeting at the County Home where County Executive Vince Horrigan met with residents and employees and discussed the sale of the Home. After the meeting, I asked Mr. more »»

What is value of County Home campus?

February 19, 2014 A special Legislative meeting Feb. more »»

Money driving decisions at Brooks

February 18, 2014 As a 34-year employee of Brooks Memorial Hospital, I think that our community needs to know some of the “behind the scenes” priorities that motivate the way that the hospital currently functions. more »»

One’s best friend

February 18, 2014 Fourteen years ago this coming March, I gave my wife a little three-month-old Bichon-Poo puppy for her birthday. more »»

Famous words, men to remember

February 17, 2014 Until 1971, both Feb. 12 and Feb. 22 were observed as federal public holidays to honor the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln (Feb. 12) and George Washington (Feb. 22). more »»

Home’s last stand?

February 16, 2014 They say that knowledge is power. more »»

‘Unfair attack’ on trustee

February 16, 2014 I am not Joe Cerrie’s attorney but I have been his friend since grade school. more »»



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