- BRADBERRY: Preserving & protecting, our past? Though I have not yet had the opportunity to set foot on the celebrated initial improvements in the State Park at Niagara Falls, or to visit the proposed new Maid of the Mist launch pad at the old Shoellkopf site down below in the gorge, I have been hearing some pretty serious criticism of the way some of the work is being done.
DELUCA: Toughing it out, together
Sam Giambattista is one tough guy.
He credits his dad for that. And his football coach from years back when he played both ways for Bishop Duffy.
- CONFER: Obamacare: The great unknown I consider myself fairly versed on the nuances of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (a.k.a Obamacare). Iâ€™ve studied the Act for years (even before its adoption), given lectures to local community groups about it, and written about it in these pages and elsewhere.
- HIGGS: More about Trott Vocational Happy belated Father's Day to James Fullerton Trott who is the historical "Father of our Schools" and to all our present day fathers who have this annual opportunity to celebrate this honorable and important status in their life; a status that should not be taken lightly as it bears a tremendous significance for the future.
- EDITORIAL: We still must sing out against prejudice It is easy for Americans to congratulate ourselves over how far we have come since the Jim Crow days of segregation and other examples of racial and religious prejudice.
- GLYNN: WGRZ owner buys KING-TV in Seattle Gannett, which owns WGRZ (Ch. 2) in Buffalo, is in the process of buying KING-TV, the Seattle-based station with a rich history in the broadcast industry.
- SINGER: Two who are right for the job What a happy occurrence that on his second try to replace Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State, President Obama called on John Kerry for this demanding position in government. Sometimes you have to be lucky, and the U.S. certainly was in this choice.
- VINCENT DAVIS: The NSA and your Facebook password
- LETTERS FROM THE ISLAND: Forging a few fatherly memories We're going out tonight for Father's Day. Doug prefers to dodge the throngs of what he calls "artificial holidays." Anyway, he's had enough Father's Day already to last the whole year.
- HAMILTON: Fathers Day in the ghetto There is something unusual about the Rashads, the Jamals and the other similarly named young men that we can see walking up and down the streets of any city.
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