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May 24, 2014 A few weeks ago, I did something I haven’t done in a long time; I drove to Allegany State Park and acted as a runner during the National Police Bloodhound Association training semina. more »»

What Is Our Symbol For Democracy?

May 24, 2014 I’ve been thinking about the concept of permanence, inasmuch as anything exists foreve. more »»

Tell Today’s Teens The Financial Realities

May 21, 2014 Let’s tell our teenagers the “magic number:” $100,000 a year. That’s what it takes these days for a family of four to be considered solidly “middle clas. more »»

We Count Everything In Baseball

May 18, 2014 Part of the dialogue in the movie “For Love of the Game” included a conversation between main character, Billy Chapel (Kevin Costner) and new girlfriend, Jane Aubry (Kelly Preston), where she asked... more »»

Now I Know That It Is Spring

May 18, 2014 When I went over to my daughter’s for Mother’s Day brunch I checked the bed of rhubarb. Guess what? It is ready. more »»

The Truth Behind Your Career Daydream: What Is Your Gut Telling You?

May 18, 2014 Have you ever considered making a life-changing career decision, only to hold yourself back and stick with what is most comfortable? Like you, I’ve occasionally found myself in this holding pattern... more »»

Editor’s Note

May 17, 2014 Nearly half of American households own at least one dog, according to the Humane Society’s website. In our home, sometimes we feel like adding a furry friend to our future family. more »»

The Love Of One Mother

May 17, 2014 Today I have a story. It’s a sad but enlightening one in that it gives us a glimpse of some of the interesting people we find in our world. And it’s a testament to a mother’s love. more »»

The Little Chickens And The Dumb Cluck

May 14, 2014 “One little, two little, three little ... chickens?” That is what we had a month or so ago. Fifteen peeping balls of yellowish fuzz. Oh, so cute. more »»

Tired But Can’t Sleep At Night?

May 11, 2014 The refrigerator is humming, the clock is ticking, the computer light is flashing, the ice machine is clunking, and I am tossing and turning all night long. more »»

Battling The Heroin Epidemic

May 11, 2014 Now it has come to my attention that we in Chautauqua County have joined the ranks of larger metropolitan regions of our great state of New York with a major drug problem. Namely, heroin. more »»

Becoming A Mother

May 11, 2014 Before you were conceived I wanted you. Before you were born I loved you. Before you were here an hour I would die for you. This is the miracle of life. more »»

Dig In

May 11, 2014 Patty Hammond leads Family and Consumer Science Programs at Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County. more »»

Three Little Words

May 11, 2014 I believe there have been a couple, maybe more, songs with this title that have been sung through many years, and in these songs, we hopefully know that those three little words are I LOVE YOU. more »»

New Breeds

May 10, 2014 The American Kennel Club has recognized two more breeds, bringing their total to 180 different breeds and varieties. more »»

Editor’s Note

May 10, 2014 This is a noteworthy weekend for a couple of reason. more »»

The Cost Of One Tomato

May 10, 2014 I picked up a flank steak at the grocery store last week and after taking one look at the price, I marched over to the butcher. “Since when does flank steak cost as much as filet mignon?” I aske. more »»

The Never-Ending Fight With The Thorns

May 7, 2014 O accursed multiflora rose thicket! Mine arms and legs are scarred with the ravages of thine thorns. Mine clothing is frayed and tattered by the whipsaw stickiness of thine stems. more »»

They Call Me Mr. Tibbs

May 4, 2014 In the ‘’60s, a very prominent actor came into his own becoming the leading actor of that decade and remained very popular throughout his acting career. more »»

The Therapy Of Gardening

May 4, 2014 I just finished planting some pansies that were a gift to me for Easter. I love the look of pansies because it seems that each one is different. They often resemble little faces. more »»



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