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Cat Naps:

March 9, 2014 Seek out the sunshine and bask in it. Stretch your back and limbs daily. Yawn deeply to get your blood flowing. more »»

Eagle pictures from our readers

March 9, 2014 Since the article about eagles printed on February 20, the OBSERVER?has received a number of photographs of bald eagles. The magnificent birds have generated a lot of excitement in the area. more »»

Do you Remember?

March 9, 2014 Submitted by Tim Donnelly Lamar Schnur, a well-known personality, was the photographer for the OBSERVER, and its predecessor publications for 50 years. more »»

Local author delivers for fans at any cost

March 2, 2014 Author Jessie Andersen who lives in Sinclairville is clearly aware of two cold, hard facts: The YA (Young Adult) market is hot, and life isn’t getting any easier for teenagers. more »»

Deciding what goes in your mouth

March 2, 2014 We all must eat to fuel our bodies and drink to stay hydrated. If you don’t eat or drink enough, before long you’ll die of starvation or thirs. more »»

‘Read Across America’

March 2, 2014 “You know you’ve read a good book when you turn the last page and feel a little as if you have lost a friend.” This is what comes of reading for enjoymen. more »»

Do you Remember?

March 2, 2014 Submitted by Diane R.?Chodan At one time, commercial boats fished Lake Erie and supplied their catches to local restaurants and businesse. more »»

What’s in a name?

February 23, 2014 Misspelled names are one of the most common corrections I have to make at the OBSERVER. more »»

Memories of Millie

February 23, 2014 The narrow path of beaten down grass from the side of the house to the back porch was a bit of an eyesore for years. Our pet dog Millie used it as a short cu. more »»

Child branding: some suggestions

February 23, 2014 Pretend for a minute that you were given the following design problem: develop a moniker, a brand, a descriptor for a one-of-a-kind product. more »»

The Amoralists

February 16, 2014 While reciting lines from William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” in his high school English class, James Kautz didn’t imagine a future in the arts, yet his life would come full circle upon becoming envelope... more »»

Warm up by eating well at home

February 16, 2014 his long snap of cold weather has a lot of people feeling a bit stir crazy. more »»

Thoughts on Washington’s Birthday

February 16, 2014 Tomorrow is not Presidents’ Day. Your calendar likely says that it is. Stores may advertise sales for it, and those with the day off may call it as such. more »»

A love story for Valentine’s Day

February 9, 2014 The love story of Richard and Nohade Boorady is just as captivating today as it was in the beginning. more »»

Mamma Mia, it’s National Pizza Pie Day

February 9, 2014 Is there a better feeling than a warm pizza box on your lap? Comedian Kevin James, known for his role in “The King of Queens,” said it best by expressing what most of us have thought at one time or... more »»

Common conditions in veterinary medicine may go unnoticed

February 9, 2014 Our pets are an important part of our families and we treat them as our children. We love them unconditionally and we almost always know when something is ailing them. more »»

A. Sam Farm: An evolving local enterprise

February 2, 2014 Every day we can tune into public media’s account of the widening civil war in Syri. more »»

‘Lake’ affects artists differently

February 2, 2014 RIPLEY – The first collaboration of the North Shore Arts Alliance, and North East Arts Council is a mixed media art exhibition entitled “Lake Effect” which opened on Friday at the Sensory Winery... more »»

Soup’s on!

February 2, 2014 “Mm-m, Mm-m, good. Mm-m, Mm-m good.” Many people can hum the familiar jingle or know the tag line originating in the 1930s from the popular soup company with the red and white label. more »»

FHS senior gives back to community

January 26, 2014 Alyssa Vianese, a senior at Fredonia High School, is a special young person who doesn’t just follow the crowd. Her choice of activities makes that quite clear. more »»



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