- LETTERS FROM THE ISLAND: Taking a step back in time at Skaneateles In "Oklahoma!," Rodgers and Hammerstein declared "Everything's Up to Date in Kansas City." About a year ago, we were updating it, apologizes Richard and Oscar:
- JACKIE DAVIS: Linda Pellegrino, resilient and brilliant She walks into a room and brings the brilliance of her personality with her. The joy of life radiates from her smile, and every day, she brightens the televisions of countless thousands on "AM Buffalo" and "Local Proud," both on WKBW-TV.
- HAMILTON: Nellie Ashford, Chapel and the fostering of Thanksgiving Not long ago, the Chapel at Crosspoint began its collaboration with other churches and organizations in an effort to clear the waiting lists of children who are in need of adoption or loving foster care homes. But many years before then, there was once a nurse named Nellie Ashford. You won't believe what she has similarly done for so very many
DELUCA: Bills fan has a hard fall from grace
My husband and I were having dinner with my oldest son the other day when he told us he knows that guy who fell onto another fan at Sunday's Buffalo Bills game. It was very interesting to me that after talking with my son about his friend, I could literally feel a turnabout in my reaction to the event.
- GLYNN: Bob Schieffer's big story downplayed that day Only a handful of names come to mind when people talk about the reporters who covered the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
- BRADBERRY: When will we ever learn, when? On this, the day after the 150th annual commemoration of President Lincolnâ€™s Gettysburg Address, and two days before the 50th anniversary of President Kennedyâ€™s assassination I wonder; what, if anything have we learned?
- CONFER: Feral hogs should be fair game for farmers, hunters Feral hogs - wild free-roaming pigs - are the latest in a never-ending series of invasive species having a huge impact on our economy and environment.
- HIGGS: It's the people that make the church Since the definition of a landmark refers mainly to the structure itself we have learned much about the building of the Holy Trinity complex on the East Side of Niagara Falls in the early 1900s. Most of this information was found in the document prepared by the Niagara Falls Historic Preservation Commission in conjunction with the City of Niagara Falls Planning Office and the original research was completed by parishioners and friends of Holy Trinity Parish in January 2008.
- CITY DESK: East Side alarm bells They held the public hearing to field comments about a new liquor store on the city's East Side.
- GLYNN: Film producers may get break on tax credit That bill that Gov. Andrew Cuomo vetoed late Wednesday in his second-floor office of the Capitol could have a sharp impact on the Western New York economy.
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