Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | All Access e-Edition | Home RSS
 
 
 
Be True To Your School

August 14, 2016 In some states schools are back in session. more »»

That Red Flower

August 14, 2016 Mid-July. The flower is bac. more »»

Hide And Seek

August 14, 2016 I had a game of hide and seek recently when my cat, Goliath, chased a mouse into the house. He was making a very funny sound by the door and I figured that he wanted in. more »»

The Miracle Of Mary Miller

August 13, 2016 By Margot Russell margot62@aol. more »»

Editor's Note

August 13, 2016 Ever see a car on the road and think “How in the world did that thing pass inspection!?” I am now a not-so-proud owner of one of those vehicles. more »»

My Days Working With Allen Park Ponies

August 13, 2016 By Susan Ewing editorial@ post-journal.com Sandy Robison mentioned the ponies at Allen Park in a recent column and that brought back a flood of memories. more »»

Hello Hurricane

August 11, 2016 It may seem ludicrous to say after all the recent writing I’ve done about my extensive gigging in the past months, but I’m heading into busy season now. more »»

A Letter To My Husband

August 10, 2016 “I’m thinking ‘bout how people fall in love in mysterious ways, Maybe it’s all part of a plan. I’ll just keep on making the same mistakes Hoping that you’ll understand. more »»

Seeking Help In A Troubled Marriage

August 7, 2016 The previous article provided a cursory reference to a growing trend — marital longevity and transition into separation or divorce. Once again, this article is not, I repeat, not an endorsement. more »»

Life Growing Up On Chautauqua Lake

August 7, 2016 To grow up on this lake means to understand the seasons, to watch the colors change from bright and uplifting blues to the dark, army greens. more »»

Show Up. Say The Words

August 7, 2016 Editor’s Note: This column first appeared in the July 31 edition of The Post-Journal sans photos. When bad things happen in life, we find out who cares for us, truly, and who doesn’t. more »»

What Goes Around, Comes Around

August 7, 2016 Growing up, my parents often tried a number of ways to convey the message of the title of today’s narrative. more »»

Turn Your Cellphone Off!

August 7, 2016 Many young people today probably do not even know what the term unplugged really means. When I refer to being unplugged I mean disconnecting from everything that requires electricity. more »»

Ducks In Disguise

August 7, 2016 For a couple of years I observed a strange phenomenon at this time of the month. How to explain countless — OK, let’s say about 60 — birds sitting close together along the lake. more »»

Editor's Note

August 6, 2016 If you’re wondering where the lovely Katie Atkins’ column is this week, I’m sorry to say Katie has moved on to bigger and better things. more »»

The History Of Summer

August 6, 2016 Sometimes we would awaken early when the dew was still wet on the grass, feet sliding across the lawn, holding fishing poles purchased at the Big N, worms taken from Mrs. more »»

Helping Your Child When They’re Angry

August 5, 2016 Children oftentimes have difficulties identifying and controlling their emotions. Things that seem trivial to adults may seem catastrophic to a child. more »»

YMCA Staff Member Gives Back

August 5, 2016 Korene Aldrich, a feisty 18-year-old staff member at the Jamestown Area YMCA, has seen her fair share of hardships and difficulties. more »»

Another Day

August 4, 2016 Another weekend, another marathon schedule for this entertainer-reporter hybrid. more »»

Have You Ever Seen The Rain?

August 3, 2016 “Someone told me long ago, there’s a calm before the storm. I know — it’s been coming for someone time. When it’s over so they say, it’ll rain a sunny day. I know, shinin’ down like water. more »»

 
 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web