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August 15, 2015 I knew my vacation was going to be filled with surreal moments and landscapes worthy of a postcard, but I did not expect those images to include New York City. more »»

One Day On A Country Road

August 15, 2015 The more you learn about life, the more things there are to feel badly about. more »»

A Citizen Just Trying To Help

August 9, 2015 Over the course of the past three, maybe more, years or so, I’ve been in communication with various people in city government with regard to what I feel is an accident waiting to happen (and with my... more »»

Simply Amazing: Observing The Beauty Around Us

August 9, 2015 The beauty around us never ceases to amaze me. As I drive around the area for various reasons I make time to revel in the beauty around u. more »»

Astute Brother-In-Law Makes Comment About Our Country

August 9, 2015 An astute brother-in-law once commented on a subject regarding our country. He said, ‘‘You know, the trouble with our country is we’re too big.’’ I recall a wonderful college experience. more »»

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August 8, 2015 When it comes to keeping up with new-age technology, I consider myself highly outdated. I don’t own a computer, which many people find shocking. I spend all of my workday on a computer. more »»

A Cucumber Rang My Doorbell

August 8, 2015 When Bemus Point resident Jason Toczydlowski served as the marketing director for the Athenaeum Hotel at Chautauqua Institution, part of his job was to help plan the Farm-to-Table events held twice... more »»

Adult And Child ...

August 2, 2015 The following is a letter from parents to their children, a letter which many parents hold in their hearts and try to convey to their children. more »»

Trips Can Vary, But Going Home Is The Best

August 2, 2015 There are numerous applications for the term going home. One of the most common is when you travel. more »»

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 »»

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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 »»



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