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An outing to remember, fit for a Monarch

August 30, 2015 By all accounts the event was a huge success. About 190 graduates of the former Cardinal Mindszenty High School gathered recently for an all-alumni reunion. more »»

Tales of a WW II woman veteran

August 29, 2015 Row after row of uniform white tombstones on the green and gentle slopes of the cemetery were a stark contrast to the vibrant blue sky. more »»

Do you remember?

August 24, 2015 more »»

Adventures of an amateur beekeeper: Glory Bee!

August 23, 2015 Editor’s note: Last week the author explained how he became interested in beekeeping. His account left him looking “like the Michelin man with the addition of a hat. more »»

Exploring the wild blue yonder

August 23, 2015 Breathtaking. This is just one word to describe the sights along the Hudson River. more »»

Potatoes were ‘no baloney’

August 23, 2015 Over the years, Angelo Zanghi’s experiences in World War II have been chronicled in articles by several OBSERVER writers. more »»

Military matters

August 23, 2015 Major General Patrick A. more »»

Food, fashion, and fun

August 16, 2015 What is a reason to form a group or organization? It may be location — the members live in the same neighborhood. For the Hanford Bay Community Club, that’s the obvious common bond. more »»

Adventures of an amateur beekeeper: Catching the beekeeping bug

August 16, 2015 Editor’s note: This is the first part of a two-part series about a particular amateur beekeeper, my nephew. I love him because he is willing to make people laugh, even at his own expense. more »»

World War II ends!

August 16, 2015 “Dunkirk Residents, Weather Man Go Wild Over Surrender” was one of the Dunkirk Evening OBSERVER’s headlines 70 years ago on Aug. 15, 1945. more »»

Tragedy on Lake Erie

August 9, 2015 “The tales of suffering as related by those of our citizens who escaped are truly heart rendering. But enough has already been said. The soul sickens at the thought. more »»

Summertime care for pets

August 9, 2015 Summer is a wonderful time of year to enjoy time outdoors with pets. But the warm weather can lead to some common conditions about which we often receive calls at our hospital. more »»

New edition of book tells about local fallen heroes

August 7, 2015 The newest and most up-to-date edition of “No One Forgets,” a compilation documenting Chautauqua County’s fallen heroes from our nation’s conflicts, is now available. more »»

Biking across America

August 2, 2015 An ancient Chinese proverb says that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, or beneath one’s feet. more »»

Willow Mission: From pew to pulpit

August 2, 2015 The current pastor at Dunkirk First United Methodist Church is one example of someone transformed by a mission that grew into ministry. more »»

Ukulele boom in our community

August 2, 2015 The summer after completing my undergraduate degree in music education (more than 15 years ago), I was excited to begin setting up the classroom for my first teaching job. more »»

Washington descendants gather for 98th family reunion

August 2, 2015 Descendants from the Washington family met recently for their annual family reunion at the Cassadaga American Legion Picnic Grounds in Cassadaga. more »»

Fredonia HS Class of 1985 holds reunion

August 2, 2015 Sixty-seven classmates from Fredonia High School’s class of 1985 celebrated their 30-year reunion on Friday, July 3. more »»

Gowanda native appointed dean at Roberts Wesleyan College

August 2, 2015 ROCHESTER — Gowanda native Julia Pecnik Grimm, daughter of Janet and the late Ivan Pecnik, was recently appointed the dean of the School of Natural and Social Sciences at Roberts Wesleyan College. more »»

Dom Polski Club awards scholarship

August 2, 2015 The Dom Polski Club has awarded their annual scholarship to Brandon Perry, son of Charles and Judi Perry of Dunkirk. more »»



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