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Rural News

October 1, 2016 The news about rural America — a place I consider to be the heart of America, where values and traditions endure — is, in a nutshell, not good. more »»

Criticizing Rex Ryan Low Hanging Fruit Too Sweet To Pass Up

October 1, 2016 If there’s one thing I seldom write about it’s sports. I love watching sports, especially football and hockey. more »»

Xpress Yourself

September 29, 2016 The season is only three weeks old, and the team has only one win thus far, but I’m glad I got to see the Southern Tier Xpress victorious in its home opener. more »»

From Swatting Kids To Growls And Chonk’lits

September 28, 2016 “Spare the rod, spoil the child.” For a time, I took that cliche as gospel. I had been spanked and swatted as a child. In the 1940s and 1950s, those punishments were commonplace. I was hit. more »»

These Are The Days

September 28, 2016 “These are days, you’ll remember, Never before and never since, I promise Will the whole world be warm as this and as you feel it. You’ll know it’s true that you are blessed and lucky. more »»

My Second Mom

September 25, 2016 Growing up where I did, there were neighborhood relationships that developed as many families lived in only one house for most of their life, without moving, and lived there for many years, so our... more »»

Musings From The Hill — Living With A Teen

September 25, 2016 Displaying an agreeability I always knew she had to have, Gloria comes to sit beside me on my kneeling (let’s call it what it is: my SITTING) pad, pleasing me even further as she retains a pleasant... more »»

Lost And Found

September 25, 2016 It seems that I have lost more things in the car I have now than I have ever lost before. I guess you could question if some of the things were actually lost. Maybe some of it relates to my ag. more »»

How Can We Better Prepare Children?

September 25, 2016 My most recent article briefly referenced a plea from Pope Francis for youth to “get off the couch” and put away tech toys. He urged youth to get involved in their communities. more »»

Time is But The Stream I Go A-Fishin’ In — A Visit To Walden Pond

September 25, 2016 Every week my sister and I drive to the lake and around the county because we need what Thoreau would call “the tonic of wildness” — the respite from the real world, the social world, found only in... more »»

Denali National Park Welcomes New Pup Litter

September 24, 2016 One of my favorite television programs is “Sunday Morning” on CBS. This past Sunday they had a segment on the sled dogs of Denali National Park. more »»

A Week In A New Democracy

September 24, 2016 Here’s what I want you to know about Bulgaria: it’s a post-communistic country that is just learning how to think for itself. more »»

Of Mice And Milk

September 24, 2016 Hear me out for a second. I’ll never be convinced milk, or any perishable product for that matter, can be used past its expiration date. more »»

An Attempt At Rekindling A Childhood Pastime

September 24, 2016 Editor’s Note: The Post-Journal was lucky enough to have once published a monthly column by Nick Dean called Nerding Out, a roundup of comics book breakthroughs and cinema-related content. more »»

Don’t Pass Me By

September 22, 2016 Within the dying days of summer was held a culminative event that provided a snapshot of all that is good about outdoor entertainment in Western New York. more »»

We Should Vote, And Talk About Cats

September 21, 2016 Americans love to argue about presidential politics. more »»

Falling Into A Season

September 21, 2016 I know it’s not technically fall until Thursday, but I’m still excited. I love the leaves changing, the weather cooling down a little bit and all the pumpkin things. more »»

West Side Women’s Club Tours Safety Village

September 21, 2016 Members of the West Side Women’s Club in Jamestown recently met at the Chautauqua Children’s Safety Education Village on Route 394, Ashville. more »»

Library To Host RC Flight Program

September 21, 2016 ELLINGTON — The Ellington Farman Library will host a Radio Control Flight informational program on Tuesday from 4:30-6 p.m. with Vern Crandall as the speaker. more »»

Cable Hollow Church To Host Trumpeter

September 21, 2016 Chiz Rider, one of America’s foremost professional trumpeters, touring and recording artists, will appear at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Cable Hollow Church, 3157 Cable Hollow Road, Russell. more »»

 
 
 

 

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