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Katrina Fuller

Katrina Fuller
Katrina has been writing since middle school, her first projects being poetry and prose. During her high school years, she volunteered her writing skills to both the “JHS Press” and “Lyrics of Life”. Devoting over two years, she also penned feature articles for the ‘Student Path’s newspaper. Although coffee is her business, writing is her passion. She has a wonderful family, loves helping people, and enjoys a good book. (Or several, if on hand.)
Katrina Fuller

The Life and Times of a Modern Housewife – Oct. 29, 2012

Election Time With the Presidential election coming up quickly, everyone I know has jumped on their personal soap box, declaring their dedication to one candidate...
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Life and Times of a Modern Housewife – Oct. 22, 2012

Fighting the Good Fight I’m not a fan of conflict. I’m all for deep discussion, but when it comes to volatile confrontations in which people...
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The Life and Times of a Modern Housewife – Attack of the Holiday Spirit

I have a horrible affliction, dear readers. Every year, when the weather begins to change, the wind bites with a certain kind of cold,...

The Life and Time of a Modern Housewife – Sept. 17, 2012

“Another one.” A wide range of people, from relatives to relative strangers, have asked me the infamous question: “When are you going to have another...

The Life and Times of a Modern Housewife: Mr. Dickens and Toddlerhood

If I were to describe parenting during the early years, I would probably borrow Charles Dickens famous beginning line: “It was the best of...

The Life and Times of a Modern Housewife: A Real Home

My husband has been diligently working on a new house for us. Each day after work he goes back to work, putting in three...

Foruma vs. Nursing

I’ve often said that it feels like there is a competition going on when you are a mother.  Recently, I read a post on...

Letting Go

Apparently, my child is considered a toddler. She just turned one a month ago, but this means she is on to “toddler-hood.”  I can...

“Counting Tones”

When I was a kid, I would go over to visit my Grandparents fairly often; it was one of my favorite things to do. ...
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A Few Words on Pregnancy

Quite a few people I know are expecting babies; I have a feeling that these next few years will be an era not unlike...

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(L to R) Ian Eastman, Exchange Coordinator for Evergreen Health, examines a new Narcan kit with Steve Kilburn. About 80 percent of all kits are actually used to treat overdoses in Chautauqua County.

A Life in Your Hands

A generation ago ordinary citizens started learning CPR and regular folks started saving lives. For this generation, it’s free Narcan kits that are saving lives...
Contributing Writer Pastor Scott Hannon

Faith Matters: Rude

1940 Jamestown Falcons at Allen Park.

JCB Journal: 1940