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When Smokers Ruled

October 21, 2016 A staff member preparing for a household sale recently found two cigarette lighters, identical except for the advertising displayed on the sides. more »»

G.A. Family Services Honors Its Finest

October 21, 2016 G.A. Family Services held their annual retreat and awards ceremony honoring exceptional employees who demonstrate its core values and service to yout. more »»

Create A Plan For Organizing Your Photos

October 21, 2016 Welcome to another edition of Let’s Talk Photography! With a show of hands, how many of you took my advice and started moving your pictures off your camera and onto your computer? Hmm, I’m not seein... more »»

Games Without Frontiers

October 20, 2016 We may not always realize it, and we certainly don’t always know how to see it, but there is some definite movement happening in our underground music scene. more »»

Smackdab To Perform 15th Anniversary Celebration Show Saturday

October 20, 2016 One of the most enduring original projects in Jamestown will celebrate a new milestone in a community performance this weekend. more »»

Pure Prairie League To Play Struthers Library Theatre Saturday

October 20, 2016 One of the pioneers of the country-rock movement of the late 1960s will be in Warren, Pa., this weekend to celebrate their long and impactful career in the music industry. more »»

Childhood Slavery Freed By New Tools

October 19, 2016 I was an enslaved child. We all were, back in the 1940s. At Grandma’s house, we wee ones picked rocks, tugged at weeds, held stuff and moved stuff when the older folks harvested crops. more »»

The History Of The Lutheran Bethlehem Church

October 19, 2016 In 1893, construction workers were hired to put in a foundation for a building on Lister Avenue in Worksburg, now known as Falconer. Brick layers were hired to lay the brick walls. more »»

Trick Or Treat: Halloween Doesn’t Have To Be Scary

October 19, 2016 In the spirit of the season, I recently introduced my daughter to the Harry Potter Trivia game my dad got me for Christmas many moons ago. more »»

Winnie And Me

October 16, 2016 Perhaps my earliest memory is of a stay at Chautauqua’s Hotel Atheneum with my cousin and our grandmother. more »»

A Brush With Poverty

October 16, 2016 Those of you who have followed this column for years know that there were numerous periods in my life when there were hard times. I grew up in a single parent home when that was anything but the norm. more »»

Give It Your Best Shot

October 16, 2016 A picture of the Erie Railroad viaduct. Photo by Sandy Robison. Send us your ‘‘Best Shot’’ of unique moments in your family’s life. more »»

Writer Gets Her Kicks On Route 66: Part Eight

October 16, 2016 Editor’s Note: This is the eighth column in a series featuring the author’s travels along Route 66. more »»

Writer Gets Her Kicks On Route 66: Part Eight

October 16, 2016 Editor’s Note: This is the eighth column in a series featuring the author’s travels along Route 66. more »»

Stories My Father Told Me

October 16, 2016 My father died in Crystal River, Florida, on April 7, 1999, from a long battle with Parkinsonism. He was just shy of 80. In his eulogy, I called him “the Cary Grant of fathers. more »»

Jamestown Schools PROMISE Fund Helps Students And Programs

October 16, 2016 “Did the curriculum that we helped purchase for the JPS Summer LitCamp seem worthwhile?” asked Jamestown Schools PROMISE Fund Advisory Board Chair, Dr. Lillian Ney. more »»

Why Does Jamestown Schools Need The PROMISE Fund?

October 16, 2016 Last year, Jamestown Public Schools made a promise to invest in the people and programs of the school district by creating the Jamestown Schools PROMISE Fund. more »»

Going To School At Walgreens

October 16, 2016 This past summer I attended the 45th year reunion of my graduation from Jamestown High School. more »»

An Open Letter To The Town Of Busti Board Members

October 15, 2016 Sometimes the best use of this column is to give others a voice. more »»

Randolph Couple Comes Home To Reunite With Family, Food

October 15, 2016 Although Lori Milliman has resided in Seven Lakes, North Carolina, for the past five years, she and her husband, Jim, return to Randolph frequently to visit family and friends. more »»



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