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Cheaters Never Prosper (At Least They’re Not Supposed To)

April 26, 2015 As kids, whenever we encountered someone breaking rules in a game in which we were involved, and we caught that person trying to unfairly gain an advantage, we usually called them on it. more »»

Remembering The Joy Of Penny Candy

April 26, 2015 If you are not of a certain age, you probably do not remember when you could actually spend a penny and get something in return. more »»

The Jamestown Area Has Spunk

April 25, 2015 I always find more reasons to be impressed with this little city, tucked away in this unpretentious corner of New York state. more »»

Editor's Note

April 25, 2015 I have touched on the fact that I have a major sweet tooth in prior columns, but I figured I’d elaborate this week. more »»

Spring Thaw

April 25, 2015 Winter is a time when we don’t typically do much traveling. We go shopping and we meet friends for dinner, but our world is mostly limited to Jamestown, Lakewood and Falconer. more »»

Hometown Entertainment ... Priceless

April 19, 2015 Many of us look for things to do that get us out of the house and entertain us at a minimal cost. more »»

A Knack For Being In The Wrong Place At The Wrong Time

April 19, 2015 Yes, folks I got another shiner. When I say “shiner,” I am not talking about the little silver fish. I seem to have a knack for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. more »»

Violent Sports Can Leave A Legacy Of Neurological Damage

April 19, 2015 Previous articles have referenced my love of sports. I played the then-traditional sports including baseball (my true love), basketball and football. more »»

Reader Feedback On Corporate Seed

April 18, 2015 I received a lot of feedback from last week’s column, “The Corporatizing of Natur. more »»

Editor's Note

April 18, 2015 In light of this week’s announcement of the I Love Chautauqua video challenge winners, I wanted to write about some of the things I love about Chautauqua County as well. more »»

Remembering A Team — Part 2

April 12, 2015 Five years ago, I penned a piece in this forum recognizing a group of young men who made up the 1990 Jamestown High School varsity baseball team. more »»

Television Shows In The 1950s

April 12, 2015 Recently, I discovered some reruns that my grandson and I have been enjoying. I discovered a channel that runs “The Lone Ranger” and “Roy Rogers” in the mid-afternoon slo. more »»

There Are Many Paths To The Top

April 12, 2015 I have a vivid memory from many years ago. My older brother and I visited the highest sand dunes in a Colorado-based National Park. more »»

Check The Fence

April 11, 2015 Four remaining breeds that caught my attention at the American Kennel Club’s “Meet the Breeds” gathering in February were the Hamiltonstovare, the Kishu Ken, the Kookierhondje and the Lagotto... more »»

The Corporatizing Of Nature

April 11, 2015 Have you ever given much thought to the journey of a seed? Technically, they’re little baby plants with protective shells that live in a quiet, dormant state, until someone or something comes along... more »»

Editor's Note

April 11, 2015 All across this great nation, outfield grass is growing greener and bats are swinging. The season has finally arrived — it’s baseball time. more »»

Baseball Has Marked The ‘Time’

April 5, 2015 It’s no secret that I think baseball is the greatest of all sports. I do enjoy other sports, but if I had to cast my ballot as to the greatest sport, my vote would be resounding for baseball. more »»

View From Hickory Heights

April 5, 2015 Did you ever wear an Easter bonnet? When I was growing up, everyone wore a hat on Easter. Now, hats were never my favorite things to wear. more »»

A Quick Trip To The Corner

April 4, 2015 I’ve been spending time in the Midwest this winter where my husband is working on a project. more »»

Editor's Note

April 4, 2015 For me, spring is a time full of hope. The sun shines a little more, and then it rains for days, washing everything clean. It’s time to open the windows and let fresh air circulat. more »»



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