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Where They ARE Now

July 24, 2016 The idea for today’s narrative came after my close friend, Ray Belliotti, proposed a story idea (to a different periodical) about the 2006 Fredonia High School State Baseball Champions, and a 10-yea... more »»

America’s Favorite Dessert

July 24, 2016 There was no doubt about it my husband loved ice cream. After barn chores were done especially in the summer months he enjoyed a big bowl of ice cream. I do not think he had any favorite flavor. more »»

Editor's Note

July 23, 2016 I’m consistently amazed by the way life twists and turns in all sorts of different directions. more »»

A Happy Camper

July 23, 2016 Last week, I decided I’d had enough of missing summe. more »»

Beat The Heat

July 23, 2016 We’ve had some pretty hot days recently and the summer’s far from ove. more »»

Where The Heart Is

July 21, 2016 I’m an introspective introvert with a flair for occasional oversensitivity, yet I’m not ashamed in the least. more »»

Pokemon Go: The Greatest Catch

July 20, 2016 I have walked over 8 miles in the past two days. Not because I’ve adopted some crazy fitness regimen or because my car broke down somewhere, but rather because I have been bitten by the Pokemon bu. more »»

The Absence Of Bats

July 16, 2016 I’ve been asking people all summer if they’ve noticed that the bats are gone and most people are surprised at first, then doubtful, then they Google it to find the truth, then they’re dismayed. more »»

Editor's Note

July 16, 2016 My love for summertime is strengthened not only by the lovely weather, but also the landscape that comes to life in the sunshine. more »»

Into That Good Night

July 14, 2016 My recent move to the north side of town has come with a change in evening scenery as I wind my day down. more »»

From ‘A Stitch In Time’ To ‘Ka-Ching’

July 13, 2016 Goodbye to good old “home ec. more »»

Dear Readers, This One’s For You

July 13, 2016 “And you can tell everybody this is your son. more »»

Courage And Grit

July 10, 2016 My sister Vicky was born in early September when it still feels like summer, before we returned to school. more »»

Dismissing The Word ‘Can’t’

July 10, 2016 “Can’t is a word that is foe to ambition, an enemy ambush to shatter your will. It’s prey forever, to a man with a mission, and bows but to courage, and patience, and skill. more »»

Many Memories Involve Cherries This Time Of Year

July 10, 2016 When the beginning of July rolls around, I cannot help but think of cherries. My love of cherries goes back many years. When I was young, we always bought our cherries. more »»

Midway Through The Summer

July 9, 2016 If you’ve spent a lifetime here then you must remember what it was like to sit in the backseat of your parent’s car and make your way to Midway. more »»

Editor's Note

July 9, 2016 For nearly two years, I’d been driving around with a car trunk full of random items and finally decided to execute a complete cleaning Thursday. more »»

Rhiannon Celebrates 14th Birthday

July 9, 2016 Rhiannon celebrated her 14th birthday the beginning of June. She’s an old lady now and isn’t very active. She has a heart murmur. more »»

Walk, Don’t Run To This Week’s Performances

July 7, 2016 It was a marathon weekend, to be sure, but now I’m finally starting to see summer taking a more relaxing turn. more »»

Today, Mowing Is Much Less Hard Work

July 6, 2016 It takes about nine hours to mow all the grass we cut. I don’t mind. It’s easier than the hour or two I spent as a kid trying to shove a reel-style push mower through high grass. more »»



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