- Taking issue with election issues
- KEPPELER: A sweet reminder of lives lived The small news item landed on my desk about this time last year.
VALLEY: Targeting readers, issues and Veterans Day
It's impossible to appeal to everyone's tastes, so you try to make someone or some sector of the reading public satisfied. And why not go after the type of people you can relate to? Why not go after the type of of people you like? It makes it easier.
- ROOT: When everyone gets a trophy ... An aggrieved Dolphin claiming 'harassment' by disrespectful teammates has shown us what the future holds. Children who are coddled grow up unable to cope with the real world.
- CONFER: Food Safety Modernization Act threatens enterprise Slowly but surely, many aspects of the 2011 Food Safety Modernization Act have taken effect and are just now affecting farms and their customers. Many more regulations are coming down the pike.
- NIAGARA DISCOVERIES: The Great Fire of 1854 A fallen lamp at the Lockport Hotel sparked a blaze that devastated the heart of the village on Nov. 2, 1854.
- ROOT: Where have you gone, Charlie Brown? Needing only two hands to count the number of trick-or-treaters coming to your door on Halloween is a sign of innocence lost, for grown-ups as well as children.
- CONFER: A look at state Props 2, 3 and 6 New York voters will see six propositions on the general election ballot next week. Propositions 2, 3 and 6 affect some military veterans, municipal debt loads and the terms of office of our eldest state judges.
- NIAGARA DISCOVERIES: Samuel Works, 'old school' politician, part 2 Samuel Works, state senator, tanner and canal superintendent, was one of Lockport's more distinguished citizens in the mid- to late 19th century.
- LEFFLER: In WNY, wheels are a must for upward mobility I have often joked that Western New York is still in the Bush recession. No â€¦ the other Bush. Iâ€™ve also wondered aloud whether part of the blame for that is our lack of mobility.
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