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January 26, 2014 Language misinterpretation. I think about our ever-changing population and the language challenges that non-English folks new to our country face. more »»

Lead Like A Girl: A Look At Women In Business

January 26, 2014 Each month, my business column offers insight into a career topic specific to women in the workplace. The name of this monthly feature is Career Talk For Women. more »»

The Chautauqua County Gurney Players

January 25, 2014 It has been said for many centuries that the proper study of mankind is man, yet some people not only resist that suggestion, they positively pride themselves on a lack of self-examination. more »»


January 25, 2014 It’s not even February, but I’m already excited about this year’s Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Maybe it’s because it’s a bit earlier this year — Feb. 10 and 11. more »»

Step Away From The Thermostat

January 25, 2014 This fall, the blueberry bushes and the apple trees sounded their story of a bad winter to come. more »»

Editor’s Note

January 25, 2014 When the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks battle for the Vince Lombardi Trophy next weekend, millions of people from more than 185 countries will be watching, according to the Associated Press. more »»

Call For Talent

January 23, 2014 Preparations for the fifth annual Chautauqua’s Got Talent countywide competition are underway. more »»

Temporary Return To A?Past Life

January 22, 2014 Most of us have several jobs during our working lives. We move up, down, or even sideways in terms of money and the pecking order. We muse, in idle moments. more »»

The Deep Freeze

January 19, 2014 A lot has been made of the weather recently. Schools closed because of falling temperatures and the predicted high winds. I was lucky. I did not have to go out so I didn’t. more »»

No Excuses Necessary

January 19, 2014 A lot of “not so good” stuff that happens to us today seems to include attachments with it, explaining why it happened, or who’s to blame for it. more »»

‘The Critical Ear’

January 18, 2014 I have often pointed out that modern music lovers live in the best of all possible worlds, at least in terms of hearing the kinds of music which inspire and delight the. more »»

Editor’s Note

January 18, 2014 My fiancee and I belong to a local gym. After our engagement, she decided we should get in better shape before our wedding. I didn’t put up a fight. more »»

The Drug Problem Intensifies In Rural USA

January 18, 2014 On Jan. 8, Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin broke with tradition and devoted his entire State of the State address to drug addiction. In the history of politics, this had to be a firs. more »»

Unbelieveably Unsatisfied

January 16, 2014 Desolation, that’s what I feel now that I’ve witnessed the first two parts of Bilbo Baggins’ unexpected journey. more »»

Br-r-r-aving The Coldest Winter Weather

January 15, 2014 How cold was it last week? It wasn’t as cold as I remember it ever having been. more »»

Homemade Bread Weather

January 12, 2014 What kind of weather does it have to be for me to want to make bread? All I need is a day that is cold so that I want to have the oven on. Our close to zero days certainly fulfilled that. more »»

The Pub, Lisciandro’s Will Live?On

January 12, 2014 The sad news last Sunday night of the fire which damaged two of Jamestown’s finest businesses, or as most who patronized them called them, institutions, sent a flood of social media comments,... more »»

Panic Attacks Tough To Solve

January 12, 2014 Panic attacks. more »»

Keeping That New Year’s Resolution

January 12, 2014 My name is Toni DeAngelo, R.N. more »»

Be An Informed Consumer

January 12, 2014 Patty Hammond leads Family and Consumer Science Programs at Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County. more »»



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