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Employee Mentoring Programs — More Than Meets The Eye

January 12, 2014 January is National Mentoring Month. Although this annual campaign is intended to raise awareness of youth mentoring, the timing couldn’t be better to evaluate the benefits of employee mentoring. more »»

A Winter Filled With Winks

January 11, 2014 Welcome, readers. more »»

Cold Snap

January 11, 2014 We’re bound to have more cold weather this winter, but maybe it won’t be quite so bad as what we had earlier this week. more »»

Editor’s Note

January 11, 2014 I’m no stranger to wedding-related TV shows. Do I enjoy watching them? Not at all. more »»

Learning From A Hole In The Wall

January 11, 2014 When Educational Researcher Sugata Mitra was living in a big city in India, he always heard from his wealthy friends how gifted their children were at mastering computers. more »»

Chamber Singers Bid Farewell To Holiday Season

January 11, 2014 With candlelight and carols, the Chautauqua Chamber singers bade a quiet farewell to the holiday season, at First Presbyterian Church, Friday evening, in their traditional concert titled ‘‘Twelfth... more »»

The City Of Buffalo

January 10, 2014 This Hometown History article is also a bit of a ghost story. more »»

‘Robots In Disguise’

January 9, 2014 I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: I’m a sucker for Saturday morning cartoons. more »»

A Silver Lining To Soaring Turnpike Tolls

January 8, 2014 Pennsylvania Turnpike tolls are terrible! It cost us $1. more »»

Remember The Milk Man!

January 5, 2014 In days gone by milk was actually delivered to homes in town. I grew up in a small town and remember the milk man fondly. My mother worked at a dairy in town. more »»

When Opportunity Knocks, Don’t Close The?Door

January 5, 2014 In my life I’ve been witness to, and participated in, many opportunities and many chances to meet, see, and learn from, individuals in many arenas in which I’ve worked or “played. more »»

Mom, Wife, Teacher And CEO Of Her Home

January 5, 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 »»

‘The Cave’ And ‘The Circle’

January 4, 2014 It’s time for our first column of the new year, although when I’m writing this, old man 2013 is still hanging on by his fingernails. more »»

Editor’s Note

January 4, 2014 January isn’t the most exciting month of the year, but it has its perks. Many of us attempt to improve our lives by making New Year’s resolution. more »»

Ignorance Isn’t Bliss When It Comes To Drugs

January 4, 2014 I’d like to share a story about one of America’s most beloved summer destinations and the overreaching effects that drugs have brought to its shore. more »»

Treasures On The Shelves

January 3, 2014 What is hiding on the shelves of Fenton History Center’s Research Center that could help you with your family history or answer questions about local history? The possibilities are endless and... more »»

About Time

January 2, 2014 I sunk many hours into Pop Cap’s “Plants vs. Zombies,” and now Crazy Dave has returned to continue the adventure. more »»

The Warmth Of The Holidays

January 1, 2014 This past week provided a study in Christmastime contrast. more »»

Take A?Bow, 2013

December 28, 2013 Greetings, readers! I hope your holiday celebrations have brought happiness and good health your way, and that the new year, which begins in only a few days, will bring much which is positive, to... more »»

Resolutions

December 28, 2013 It’s almost the first of a New Year, the time when it’s traditional to make New Year’s resolutions. more »»

 
 

 

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