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Katrina Fuller

Katrina Fuller
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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.)

The Gerry Rodeo: A Night of Cowboys, Barbecue, and a Good Cause.

Article by Katrina Fuller The scent of hot beef barbeque drifts through the air, over the bleacher seats, causing mouths to water. The crowd roars in...

The Cherry Lounge

Article by Katrina Fuller The wooden slats that cover the facade gleam in the light of street lamps as a crowd of customers pass through the...

The Chautauqua County Fair: A Smorgasbord of Fun

Article by Katrina Fuller Sounds of laughter and music drift through the gates, as crowds of people make their way through the vendors and exhibits. From...

Fresh Cut Meats and More

Article by Katrina Fuller Customers pass through the threshold, greeted with a hearty “Hello!” The staff banter cheerfully with their customers, more akin to a friendly...

The Farmers Market: the Local Experience.

Contributing Writer Katrina Fuller Have you stopped down to the local farmers market lately? There are several in the area, dear readers, and I have to...

Autism Night: A Mother’s Love

Article by Katrina Fuller The stands are packed full of eager fans, waiting for the first pitch. The wholesome scent of popcorn, hotdogs, and the other...

The Eatery

Article by Katrina Fuller Bright sunlight beams through the large windows, illuminating the dining room and casting a cheerful glow. Patrons eagerly enjoy the bountiful meals...

Neighborhood Sweeps: Focusing on the Community

Article by Katrina Fuller From dilapidated buildings to overgrown eyesores, the Jamestown Department of Development is focusing in on its neighborhoods in efforts to clean up...

Community Escapes

Contributing Writer Katrina Fuller This summer, we have no grand vacation plans - no sunny beaches, no riding the waves or sun bathing for us. Instead,...

Robert’s Nursery

Article by Katrina Fuller A rustic storefront is delicately concealed by charming hanging baskets, slender tree branches, and blossoming flower stands amid a picturesque country side....

This Week's Issue

01-20-2020 Front Cover

Week of January 20, 2020

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Recent Articles

(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