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Succession Planning — Building Your Talent Pipeline

April 13, 2014 Your business seems to be running smoothly. All of your key positions are filled with dedicated, hardworking peopl. more »»

Editor's Note

April 12, 2014 More often than not, I’m dumbfounded by what people find entertaining. This week, I learned a song called “#Selfie,” which I find unbearable, made a rapid climb up the Billboard charts. more »»

Chicks And Bunnies

April 12, 2014 “Ninety-five percent of all rabbits and chicks that are given as Easter presents will be dead before their first birthda. more »»

Saving The Past

April 12, 2014 My neighbor’s house is an old queen. more »»

Ask Not For Whom The Ringtone Clangs

April 9, 2014 Lawmakers have passed two do-not-call laws, one from Harrisburg and another from Washington. more »»

Do As I Say, Not As I Do: Finding What Works For You

April 6, 2014 The double standard better known as ‘‘Do as I say not as I do!’’ This is a subject area many couples that I see in counseling express emphatically. more »»

Can Spring Really Be Around The Corner?

April 6, 2014 There is always a day in the spring when I notice robins everywhere. I know they do not all leave the area, but it seems like all at once they reappear. That day was last Monday. more »»

Tum, Ta Tum Tum ... Part Two

April 6, 2014 Last week I spoke of some of my favorite Lenten and other alternative meals we enjoy at home or out, many of them containing some sort of red sauce, prompting us to make sure we have an ample supply... more »»

Editor’s Note

April 5, 2014 So far, parts of planning our wedding have been pretty fun. Other aspects make my hair turn gray. more »»

Lake Chautauqua Is The New Malibu

April 5, 2014 The phone lines were lighting up at the assessor’s office last week when tax assessments for the town of Busti arrived in the mai. more »»

Students And Teachers: What’s The Rest Of The Story?

April 4, 2014 Never judge a book by its cover is an old adage that we have to remember in museum and library work. A photo album arrived at the Fenton History Center a number of years ag. more »»

April Is Counseling Awareness Month

April 4, 2014 April is Counseling Awareness Month. more »»

Play Ball! But Don’t Touch That Dial

April 2, 2014 Baseball is back. I have loved the game for as long as I can remember, though I was spectacularly mediocre as a player. My earliest baseball season memories are ones of frustration. more »»

As One Door Closes, Another Opens

March 30, 2014 This year Russell Elementary School is slated to be closed. Just 10 short years ago it was involved in a massive renovation. I recall what the school was like during the overhaul. more »»

Tum, Ta Tum Tum

March 30, 2014 Today’s piece is part one of a two-part article. Ironically, part one was written about a month ago before certain events happened which I’ll share in part two next week. more »»

When Spring Hasn’t Sprung

March 29, 2014 Memo to spring: It’s spring. You know ... spring, as in Easter bunnies and tulips and green things. What I know is that I am bone tired of winte. more »»

Editor's Note

March 29, 2014 As a first-time homeowner, I’ve been asking a lot of questions lately. more »»

What She Put Together Has Stayed Together

March 26, 2014 Nancy Ruth Goodwill Knight Bonavita died on March 2, one day shy of her 72nd birthday. She had given birth to three of the children who gathered during her final illness. more »»

You Don’t Need To Be A Marathoner, But Get Some Exercise

March 23, 2014 Your physical health. I especially want to focus on those folks who suffer and experience mental-emotional disturbances. I don’t pretend to be a medical provider. more »»

History’s Link To The Present

March 23, 2014 History most definitely has a link to the present. Recently I have been reading a book by Glenn Beck about George Washington. more »»

 
 

 

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