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Focus On Being More Open, Loving This Holiday Season

December 15, 2013 We are soon approaching the holiday season. Where does the time go, you may ask? Economists speculate on a moderate spending growth this season. more »»

‘Tis The Season To Be Jolly: Avoiding A Workplace Party Lawsuit

December 15, 2013 The annual office holiday party is a time to let loose and celebrate with colleagues outside of a typical workday. more »»

Live And In Living Color

December 14, 2013 The Christmas season is supposed to be one of peace on earth, good will towards mankind. Sadly, it often isn’t so. more »»

Christmas Adoption

December 14, 2013 I am not generally in favor of families adopting pets at Christmas. more »»

Editor’s Note

December 14, 2013 We’re halfway through December; it’s time to get serious. more »»

Traditions, Old And New

December 14, 2013 Trish Mileham recently hosted a Christmas open house for the parishioners of the East Randolph United Methodist Church, the church to which her husband, Pastor Rodney Mileham, ministers. more »»

The Spice Of Life Is Buying Local

December 14, 2013 I’ve been searching this Christmas for things that are real: real trees, local products, and things that bring back traditions. more »»

Four-In-One Screwdrivers

December 13, 2013 Seventeen years ago today, 4 in ONE screwdrivers Inc. on Institute Street ceased production and closed its doors. more »»

Must-See Holiday Films

December 12, 2013 As if the holidays weren’t busy enough, every year Hollywood manages to pack the theaters with must-see big budget films. more »»

With Trailer In Tow, I Go And Go

December 11, 2013 I never returned, and my fate is still unlearned, I may ride forever ‘round the streets of Brookville, I’m the man who never returned. more »»

Common Core ... Common Sense ...?Common Courtesy

December 8, 2013 On Wednesday, I visited Jamestown High School to hear the words of State Education Commissioner Dr. John King at a public forum on the 21st Century Learning Standards, otherwise known as Common Core. more »»

Christmas Movies

December 8, 2013 This year I got caught up in the Hallmark Christmas movies. It is fun to watch something that you do not have to worry about the language or the theme for a chang. more »»

Get?On The?Bus To Repower Dunkirk

December 8, 2013 PowerUp Western New York is prepared to deliver its Repower Dunkirk message to the Public Service Commission in person on Dec. 19, and you are invited along. more »»

Big Ogre Comes?To Little Theatre In ‘Shrek’

December 8, 2013 There is color, energy, and a very wise message in the current production at the Lucille Ball Little Theatre of Jamestown. more »»

Are We Just Too Sweet?

December 8, 2013 Patty Hammond leads Family and Consumer Science Programs at Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County. more »»

‘I’ll Get To It Later’ And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves

December 8, 2013 I’ll never forget the moment I became a parent. The first time I laid eyes on my son and the warmth it brought to my soul will be forever ingrained in my memory. more »»

Three Gifts?For?The?Holiday Season

December 7, 2013 Early December is one of the busiest seasons of the year for the artistic community. more »»

Editor’s Note

December 7, 2013 The average American will spend a lot of money on Christmas this year. Gallup said in a No. more »»

The Cupcake Place

December 7, 2013 PANAMA — December may be the busiest month of the year for most people with Christmas shopping, wrapping, menu-planning, and travel-arranging, special programs, church productions, etc. more »»

Pass The?Korv

December 7, 2013 Every Christmas Eve, my mother had to run down to the Greyhound Bus station in Buffalo to pick up the Swedish korv and herring my Grandmother had bundled up and sent north from Jamestown. more »»



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