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A serendipitous encounter

July 20, 2014 One of the great side benefits of serving as garden scout for the Yards of the Week and the Dunkirk Garden Delights Garden Walk is that I meet some pretty fascinating people. more »»

Home sweet home

July 20, 2014 “Home sweet home” is what many people say after coming home from a trip or a long day of work. more »»

Do you Remember?

July 20, 2014 Photo submitted by Pauline (Dickinson) Fox Silver Creek Central School 7th grade class of 1948-1949 is pictured. Standing left to right: Donna (Brerort) Stempine, teacher Mrs. more »»

Finding family

July 13, 2014 WESTFIELD — Many remember D-Day as a turning point in World War II, but a local family has an interesting sidelight to the story. On June 5, 1944 when Sgt. more »»

The nuts and bolts of a hometown business

July 13, 2014 Tim, otherwise known as “Tool-Man Taylor” on the old television show “Home Improvement” had a favorite store he and his friends frequently visited. more »»

Keep pets on your property

July 13, 2014 Responsible pet ownership means providing your pets with the best care you can give them. more »»

Tips for sellers: trash to treasure

July 6, 2014 Editor’s note: Last week, the writer explained about how buyers can find good deals at yard sales. This week the writer focuses on the sellers and how to organize a successful garage sal. more »»

Summer food and fun

July 6, 2014 It seems like every summer is jam-packed with special events and parties. If you want to be sure your gatherings are great, plan ahead. more »»

Diseases are ‘bee’wildering

July 6, 2014 It’s a common sight to see high school and college students bent over a microscope studying specimens in a biology class, but how about a group of “older” adults on a sunny Saturday in a class for n... more »»

A tribute to John

June 29, 2014 By vocation, Risha Formanowicz is a registered nurse who works at Elementary School 4 in Dunkirk. Recently, she began an avocation, — steward of Little Free Library 13660 located at 630 Park Ave. more »»

‘A sale-ing’ we will go: trash to treasure

June 29, 2014 Editor’s Note: This is the first of two parts of a series about buying and selling at yard sales. This week the writer considers buying. more »»

July Skies

June 29, 2014 Mercury is positioned between Earth and the sun and cannot be seen during the first part of Jul. more »»

What’s the buzz, tell me what’s a-happening

June 29, 2014 An enormous whirring cloud of thousands of bees overhead need not be intimidating. It is not a scene from a horror movie where they are looking for a victim to attac. more »»

Serial novel: “The Plot to Kill Susan B. Anthony”

June 22, 2014 Editor’s note: “The Plot to Kill Susan B. Anthony” is a novel written by William Fleeman, a Cassadaga-area resident. This week, we continue with Chapter 4 of the book. more »»

Hooked on fishing

June 22, 2014 Editor’s note: Last week, Skeeter Tower outlined the importance of fishing to historical Dunkirk. This week her two-part article concludes as she focuses on fishing in Dunkirk toda. more »»

Five generations

June 22, 2014 Submitted Photo Seated at the far right, John Epolito, 98, is surrounded by family. Pictured left to right are: Christopher Ray of Hamlin, N.. more »»

AAUW presents four scholarships, recognizes members

June 22, 2014 ­The Dunkirk-Fredonia Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) recently presented four scholarships — two to Empire State students and two to SUNY Fredonia students. more »»

Do you Remember?

June 22, 2014 Photo submitted by Bill Parks This photo was taken at the White Eagle Bakery, Dunkirk, in November 1968. more »»

Oh, brother!

June 22, 2014 Emily VanDette, Fredonia resident and assistant professor at SUNY Fredonia, knows that the title of her book — “Sibling Romance in American Fiction, 1835-1900”— might raise some eyebrows. more »»

Getting down and dirty

June 22, 2014 A few years ago a fierce storm sent a large chunk of a breakwall into Lake Erie. The erosion caused by relentless waves eventually revealed more than natural rock and soil. more »»

 
 

 

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