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- DELUCA: Her best day ever Sandra Lahrache turned 50 on Wednesday. It was, she said, the best day of her life.
- BRADBERRY: A wonderful life: The Mandela effect No matter how many times I read and watch them, almost always with loved ones, sometimes all alone, movies like "Miracle on 34th Street," "Holiday Inn, White Christmas," "A Christmas Carol," "White Christmas" and "Meet Me in St. Louis" and great reading like Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" always lift my spirits and put me in the right mood at Christmas time.
- GUEST VIEW: Holidays can be hard on recovery When we think about this time of year, many people consider it a time for reflection; a time to think about or share with others the important things in life and realize all that we are grateful for. Over 20 million Americans are in recovery from alcohol and other drugs, and this is certainly something to be thankful for.
CONFER: Who is behind the Common Core standards?
While the National Governors Association was instrumental in promoting and distributing the Common Core standards, it was an organization that calls itself Achieve, Inc. that created the standards themselves.
- CITY DESK: Missing Mom's already Here's all you need to know about Jim Catanese and his staff at Mom's Family Restaurant:
HIGGS: A closer look at First Presbyterian Church
Before we go too far into churches in Niagara Falls neighborhoods a little background information never hurts.
- GLYNN: Reporter taps into phone line to get scoop Cliff Spieler, a former Niagara Gazette reporter and editor, had an uncanny skill for getting a news story, despite the obstacles.
- SINGER: The recollection of hockey icons A long-running Sabres coach, whose tenure coincided with the span of many young fansâ€™ lives here, made a triumphant return earlier this fall at the helm of the Dallas Stars, receiving an ovation.
- LETTERS FROM THE ISLAND: Solemn day leads into festive moments on the island Doug was taking a bath, his Mom would tell him later. And Dad, a railroad researcher in Cleveland, would have been surveying his 34th birthday. He didn't make much of a fuss over himself and surely this day's news from Hawaii in 1941 would have terminated any plans for celebration.
- COPS NOTEBOOK: A holiday tale of woe In the spirit of the holiday season, allow me to offer some reminders when it comes to both buying and selling potential presents.
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