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Editor's Note

January 10, 2015 Now that Santa’s sleigh and the Christmas wreaths have moved into the attic until further notice, we’ve arrived in what I used to think of as my least favorite time of year. more »»

New Breeds

January 10, 2015 The New Year typically means new beginnings in many areas, and the American Kennel Club is no exception. Effective Ja. more »»

The Good Life

January 7, 2015 During the Christmas-New Year holiday week, I watched movies via our new “smart” television set. The set is multifunctional, as is the case with telephones, cars and other devices that are “smart. more »»

Voice From The Bullpen

January 4, 2015 Many of us tend to self-evaluate the things we do, trying to correct any glitches we may have encountered, or created, as we tried to accomplish something or reach a goal. more »»

View From Hickory Heights

January 4, 2015 Until very recently I did not know that there was a sled museu. more »»

Editor's Note

January 3, 2015 As 2014 came to a close, I was fast asleep on the couch, missing the ball drop. more »»

A Lakewood Lens

January 3, 2015 Some of us tend to get a little more serious about things when a new year arrives. It’s a good time to take a look at our quality of life — and assess those things we can improve upon. more »»

The Good Life

December 31, 2014 Two Christmases ago, I received a Kindle. I love it ... reservedly. A Kindle or other e-reader, including my wife’s iPad, is a delightful medium for reading a nove. more »»

Learning Lessons From The Snow

December 28, 2014 Winter is upon us and the recent snowstorm in the Buffalo area was an intense awakening. So many interesting stories of survival continue to come to light. more »»

Voice From The Bullpen

December 28, 2014 There are times in our lives when those little annoying things happen that may cause us some stres. more »»

The Pet Pen

December 27, 2014 The Saturday after Thanksgiving had dry roads and rising temperatures, and that made it easy for me to drive to Salamanca for a memorial service for a former officer of the Salamanca Police... more »»

A Lakewood Lens

December 27, 2014 It’s interesting doing Christmas with childless 20-somethings. They have long stopped believing in Santa, and they aren’t anywhere close to being Santa themselves. more »»

Editor's Note

December 27, 2014 My fiancee couldn’t spend Christmas Day with her parents and siblings this year, so we brought some of her family’s holiday traditions to my relatives. more »»

The Good Life

December 24, 2014 Why should we care? It happened to “them,” not to us. Besides, we have Christmas shopping to do. The “news” is messy. Not pretty. more »»

Give Doctor All Your Info For The Best Advice

December 22, 2014 DEAR DR. ROACH: About three years ago, I was walking from the parking lot to church (not a long distance) and was overcome with a feeling of warmth and weakness throughout my body. more »»

Lonely Soldier Must Reach Out To Others For Comfort

December 22, 2014 DEAR ABBY: I am a soldier in Afghanistan who is single with few friends, if you would even call them that. We work 24/7. No days off, no breaks. It’s not an easy life. more »»

Feeling Fortunate And Blessed For Nonbiological Sisters

December 21, 2014 Throughout my adult life, I’ve had the honor of friendship with many women. They comprised many races, color and religion. They were married, single, straight, gay and bi-sexual. more »»

’Tis The Season

December 21, 2014 Christmastime is here, and I am sure this week finds us busy with the last-minute shopping, wrapping, decorating, menu planning, baking, travel arrangements, and whatever else we have on our minds i... more »»

View From Hickory Heights

December 21, 2014 Memory is a strange thing. more »»

A Lakewood Lens

December 20, 2014 I don’t know why, but I’m always newly surprised when I wake up and realize that I didn’t win the lottery. more »»



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