- ADAMCZYK: Running a restaurant is tough I like asking the young about their aspirations. Their plans for careers, and how to achieve them, sometimes stun me. A restaurant serving person once told me his goal was that of biologist/astronaut, a first for me. None tell me they want to open a restaurant of their own.
- Student: Keep St. Francis open
- OUR VIEW: Tonawanda Coke sentence offers deserved answers U.S. Chief District Judge William Skretny got Wednesday's sentencing of Tonawanda Coke right in acknowledging the pain and suffering the plant has caused its neighbors -- while also noting it deserves a chance to improve its standing in the community now that the trial is over.
- DUVALL: Four years later, WNY a different place It's been four years since First Niagara Center played host to the NCAA basketball tournament. Stop for a moment to consider how different visitors coming back will find our waterfront in just that short time.
- CONFER: State's foot-dragging aggravates our energy woes
DUVALL: GOP school lunch criticism is pure snobbery
Single working mothers don't deserve to be guilt-tripped by a self-serving politician for letting the lunch lady make her kids' PB&J.
- TUCKER: No news except weather news If I never listen to another weather forecaster it will be a century too soon. This week's snow storm took me over the edge. Obviously, nothing was happening in the entire world as every broadcaster could only talk about the storm that was coming, the storm that came and the storm afterwards. Yuk!
- LETTER: Failing schools a problem for all of us
- DUVALL: Sabres team is all about the future now The team will have five or six first round draft selections over the next three years, including two -- and possibly three -- in 2015, which is projecting as the deepest and most talented draft classes in the last decade. If the Sabres hit on those picks fans will almost assuredly look back in a decade at the 2015 draft as the real turning point in our journey out of the woods.
- DUVALL: A view of Millennials The Pew Research Center this week released a fascinating study about, well, me.
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