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Don’t March Outside

March 15, 2014 March is my least favorite month. more »»

Editor’s Note

March 15, 2014 When pizza and history come together, one thing is certain — everybody wins. That’s exactly what will happen at the Fenton Mansion on Saturday, March 29, from 1-3 p.. more »»

Our Mothers, Our Friends

March 15, 2014 It was just my mother’s birthday last week (happy birthday, Mom!) and around this time of year I watch her closely to see what I’m going to be like 20 years from now. more »»

Going Green

March 13, 2014 The Town Pants are set to return to Jamestown for a celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. more »»

‘What, Me Worry?’

March 9, 2014 To all parents ... I hope you can relate to this ... Alfred . more »»

Danger In The Kitchen!

March 9, 2014 The book about the Depression that I mentioned a couple weeks ago had many pictures as well as text. As I looked at some of the things that were featured it made me think of Grandma’s old stove. more »»

What’s Holding You Back From Counseling?

March 9, 2014 Contemplating counseling? What’s holding you back from embarking on an opportunity to grow mind, body and spirit? I’ve been told by many clients that what held them back was fear. more »»

How Much Sugar Is Hiding In Your Drink?

March 9, 2014 You won’t eat 10 packs of sugar so why drink it? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics, about half the people in the U.S. more »»

How Do You Decide What Goes In Your Mouth?

March 9, 2014 Patty Hammond leads Family and Consumer Science Programs at Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County. more »»

Emotional Intelligence At Work: What Smart Women Know

March 9, 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 »»

Lots To Love In ‘Lincoln’

March 8, 2014 As is often the case, we’re operating in a bit of a time warp. more »»

Three Books

March 8, 2014 I’ve recently received three books to review, including a novel. more »»

Let’s Complain About Winter

March 8, 2014 We knew it was going to be a hard winter. And up until last week, it seemed as if everyone had agreed to hunker down and just do this. more »»

Editor’s Note

March 8, 2014 Dunkirk Dave, my friend, I thank you for giving us hope, but the jig is up. We’re still waiting for that early spring you predicted while you were gobbling pumpkin pie last mont. more »»

‘Wait Until Dark’ Will Scare Your Socks Off

March 8, 2014 If you like roller coasters, haunted houses and things which go ‘‘bump’’ in the night, the Uncommoners of Jamestown Community College are ready to scare your socks off, for sur. more »»

Tammy Snyder, President Of International Ordnance Technologies

March 6, 2014 Each month, my weekly business column features a respected leader in our region who has been in their career long enough to have learned a lesson or two worth sharing. more »»

‘Broad City’

March 6, 2014 Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer have painted New York City in a sea of colors that I can’t get enough of. more »»

Generations Change; Teens Do Not

March 5, 2014 It has been nearly 30 years since my then-teenage older children kept my column-writing hopper filled with fresh ideas. more »»

You Can’t Get In The Game From The Bleachers

March 2, 2014 The following is a variation of a piece done previously in this forum, but in the spirit of trying to motivate kids to “get in the game,” I offer the sentiments again this week. “Don’t fear criticism. more »»

Agriculture Awareness Month

March 2, 2014 March is AG Awareness Month. That means it is a time to connect with our root. more »»



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