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Editor's Note

August 1, 2015 One of my favorite parts about summer is the seasonal food, especially the variety found at barbecues and family parties. The best kind of party, I believe, is when everyone brings a dish to pass. more »»

If We Didn’t Have To Age

August 1, 2015 I can’t tell you how happy I was to read that scientists have found a way to turn off the aging process in worm. more »»

Educationally Sound

July 26, 2015 When I began my teaching career, I knew I might have to move from grade to grade or classroom to classroom or even from school to school. more »»

Country Sociability: A Neighborhood Club For The Ladies

July 26, 2015 In the 40 plus years that I have lived in the country, things have changed a great deal. My life as an early married farm wife meant that I stayed at home a lot. more »»

Meeting Angela Humphrey

July 25, 2015 Angela Humphrey is a woman on a mission. more »»

New Hope For Alzheimer’s Disease

July 25, 2015 Ten years ago, my best friend called me from work to complain about her memory. more »»

Editor's Note

July 25, 2015 While some people can’t handle hot weather or simply don’t like it, I am the opposit. more »»

What A Wonderful World It Could Be

July 19, 2015 “I see trees of green, red roses too.” “I see skies of blue, clouds of white, the bright blessed day the dark, sacred night. more »»

Spider Webs: An Intricate Part Of Nature

July 19, 2015 This morning on my way to my volunteer station, I spotted a spider’s web that reflected the colors of the spectrum as the sun shone through the dew-covered web. more »»

Criticism Of Teacher Pay

July 19, 2015 Another school year has come to a close. The weather is getting warmer, which acts as a distraction for students and yes, even teachers yearning for outdoor activities. more »»

The Picture-Taking Generation

July 18, 2015 There’s a new term out there called “photo-taking impairment effect,” which means that if we take a photo of something, we’re less likely to remember it than if we’d looked at it with our own eyes. more »»


July 18, 2015 Normally, this column is light-hearted and flows easily, but lately some of my faith in humanity has been lost. more »»

Death By Government, Or By Shark

July 14, 2015 The death penalty will soon be in the news again. Not yet. First, we need a budget. Also, Gov. more »»

Maybe This Is Heaven

July 12, 2015 A short time ago, during a television channel search, I came across one of my all-time favorite movies, “Field of Dreams.” The movie came out just after my son, Jon was born. more »»

Making Memories In The Hay Field

July 12, 2015 If you watch the machinery that is used nowadays in the hay field, you will notice that things have changed a great deal — unless you are in Amish country, that is. more »»

The Effects Of A Miracle

July 12, 2015 Do you believe in miracles? Just the mere mention of that word draws upon an amalgam of thought and perspective. We hear about it in newscasts. Generally, miracles touch in with deep emotion. more »»

Sailing On Lake Chautauqua

July 11, 2015 I wasn’t so sure a sailboat would be the perfect place for a 4-year-ol. more »»

Editor's Note

July 11, 2015 The first weeks of summer make for a busy time at The Post-Journa. more »»

Back To The Lake

July 4, 2015 There is a sweet little cottage for rent next door to my brother’s house, and for the past two weeks I’ve watched as renters have arrived with their coolers and rafts and their happy lake dreams. more »»

Editor's Note

July 4, 2015 If you haven’t read it already, there is an article today on page C2 recounting the 1865 Fourth of July celebration that took place in Jamestown. more »»



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