Once troubled waters
March 15, 2015 Early settlers in Dunkirk found not only a functional harbor along Lake Erie but a pristine brook which meandered eight miles from its source north of current Stone Quarry Road to its Lake Erie... more »»
Do you remember?
March 15, 2015 Submitted by Pete Reininga The Dunkirk Academy, a brick building, was located between 5th and 6th streeta on Eagle Street. more »»
Just between us
March 8, 2015 .....William Cole of Perrysburg graduated from Paul Smith’s College, located in the Adirondack Park of New York state, in December 2014. more »»
March 8, 2015 I usually stand alone in my love of winter. While others bemoan the cold or the snow, a delighted smile wells up from my heart when a real winter day dawns with snow that is fresh and deep. more »»
Extending a helping hand to Haiti
March 1, 2015 While Jana Sirjuste was studying hard to receive her college diploma in Haiti, members of Westfield First Presbyterian Church were eager for her to successfully finish. more »»
Counting your ‘reps’
March 1, 2015 I see him often. He walks the streets near my apartment. Smiling. A giant of a man, 6’6” or 6’7”. He is large in stature; wielding long arms, and even longer legs. more »»
Do you remember?
March 1, 2015 Submitted by Peter Reininga The front page of the DUNKIRK EVENING OBSERVER on Dec. 15, 1924 tells of the burning of this building, Dunkirk’s City Hall, that day. more »»
Pipers, golf and ‘coos’
February 15, 2015 Editor’s note: Last week, the author told about her trip to parts of Scotland including Glasgow and Sterling Castle. We pick up her adventures at a distillery of Scotch whisky. more »»
My awful brother!
February 15, 2015 Editor’s note: Before Washington’s Birthday grew into a midwinter break, school children often participated in Washington’s Day program. more »»
Do you Remember?
February 15, 2015 Photo submitted by John Sipos This picture shows the Cassadaga Railroad Station in 1938. It was built in 1871 and in use until 1956. more »»