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Resurrecting hope

April 20, 2014 Editor’s note: Last week the writer focused on internship with the Dunkirk Drug Treatment Court. This week the writer relates how court is conducted locally. more »»

He is risen!

April 20, 2014 “He is not here, but is risen.” This simple yet profound declaration from the Bible is the pinnacle of all Christianity; it is when Christians believe ancient scriptures were fulfilled. more »»

Restoring the Coburn Block

April 20, 2014 HISTORY The Coburn Block (127-133 Central Avenue) in Dunkirk stands alone as a last and remaining intact tribute to the class and refinement reflected in the business community of Dunkirk of the pas... more »»

Do you Remember?

April 20, 2014 OBSERVER File Photo This picture from the Aug. 1, 1980 EVENING OBSERVER shows the forsythia shrubs that provided a mass of color each spring on the John D. Koch property at Harrysbourg. more »»

Witnessing opportunity:

April 13, 2014 Editor’s note: This is the first of two articles about the Dunkirk Treatment Court. It focuses on the opportunities provided to college students through internship. more »»

Grooming tips for pets

April 13, 2014 Grooming is an important part of the overall care and health of your pet. It is especially important this time of year when animals are shedding their winter coats. more »»

Young artists at work

April 13, 2014 Painting your bedroom a pleasing color, setting a beautiful table, accentuating a room with throw pillows, landscaping with a rock wall and perennial flowers, and creating the perfect outfit are all... more »»

Swimming against the current

April 6, 2014 Local artist Alberto Rey gets a solo exhibit at the Burchfield Penney Art Center, publishes a book with SUNY Press, and shows fans that careers CAN be built on passion — and years of dedication to... more »»

Break the fast

April 6, 2014 I’m often amazed at what people think is a nutritious breakfast. more »»

A religion is born in western New York

April 5, 2014 The first U.S. Congress began regular sessions at Federal Hall in New York City on April 6, 1789. more »»

Amish mother’s paintings on exhibit

March 30, 2014 ERIE, Pa. — The artist was humble and a little shy as she shook hands and collected compliments from strangers on her first major museum exhibition. more »»

Fredonia Garden Club celebrates 90 years of history and service

March 30, 2014 “On March 20, several ladies who are much interested in gardens — ancient and modern — met at the home of Mrs. Frank Darling, Forest Place, and organized a garden club. more »»

Benefits of music

March 30, 2014 What stirs the soul, uplifts, inspires, and speaks in ways that words alone cannot do? People have enjoyed it since the beginning of time in celebrations, ceremonies, in solitude, and for just pure... more »»

Something old ... Something new

March 23, 2014 Wedding traditions aren’t going away; they’re just changing to fit the times. That’s the word from vendors this season, as well as from those just married and brides-to-be planning their weddings. more »»

The language of flowers

March 23, 2014 Love warms our hearts and brings a sunny smile. more »»

Getting married at ‘home’

March 22, 2014 Traditionally, weddings are family-oriented. The wedding of Keri Cullen Campbell and Duane Green on Jan. 20, 2014 took that to a new level. Keri is a home health aide at the WCA Hom. more »»

‘Dancing with the daffodils’… a tribute to poetry

March 16, 2014 “I wandered lonely as a cloud that floats on high o’er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, a host, of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, beneath the trees, fluttering and dancing in the... more »»

The Box

March 16, 2014 By SKEETER TOWER It was a large cardboard box that had been shipped to a SUNY Fredonia student. more »»

Veteran ski patrol volunteer

March 16, 2014 How do you describe the experiences of a 50-year veteran of local ski patrols? In as few words as possible, in the opinion of Fritz Worosz of Dunkir. more »»

Lake Shore High School’s European Adventure 2014

March 16, 2014 ANGOLA?— Last month, 89 students from Lake Shore High School left their classrooms and went on a 12-day trip to Europe. more »»

 
 

 

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