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(2:30 PM) Fallen Tree Causes Delay In Warren County

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YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. -- A fallen tree is holding up traffic on Route 6 between Irvine and Youngsville in Warren County, Pa. Traffic is building up in westbound lanes only. The tree does not impact eastbound traffic, but does stretch across both westbound lanes.

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Quilt Guild To Meet Wednesday BUSTI — The Chautauqua Region Quilt Guild will have its annual harvest dinner at the Busti Fire Hall on Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. Guests are welcome. Soil And Water District Meets The Chautauqua County Soil and Water Conservation District will hold its regular ...

Sen. Young, Ripley Students Honor Local Veterans

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RIPLEY — On the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month of 1918, fighting in World War I ceased. One hundred years later, also at the 11th hour, students from Ripley Central School stood in the cold rain with veterans and state Sen. Cathy Young to honor all those who have answered ...

Plaza Owners Respond To Tastee Corners Situation

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The owners of the Southside Plaza have responded to the news that the Tastee Corners building could be demolished. On Monday, The Post-Journal received a statement from the owners of the Southside Plaza who made the decision to take down the existing Tastee Corners building because it needs ...

Civil War Memorial Building Recognized In Little Valley

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LITTLE VALLEY — On Veterans Day, Citizens Advocating Memorial Preservation (C.A.M.P.) proudly dedicated and unveiled a historic roadside marker at the Cattaraugus County Civil War Memorial Building at the corner of Court and Seventh streets in Little Valley. Funded by the William G. ...

Salamanca Business Giving Out Free Thanksgiving Feasts Friday

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SALAMANCA — The season known for giving and sharing begins at this time of year. With that in mind, Hometown Rent to Own in Salamanca will be handing out free “Thanksgiving Feasts” to families in need Friday from 4-6 p.m. The business is located at 203 Center St. in the Center Street ...

Watershed Alliance Measures Funding Requests For Lake Projects

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STOW — The Chautauqua Lake and Watershed Management Alliance considered asking for funding for a dozen projects that were presented by various member organizations to increase the health of the watershed and in-lake area. Director Pierre Chagnon expressed a plan to submit grant requests to ...

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JAMESTOWN POLICE ¯ Brantley D. Churchill, 28, of Jamestown was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny, second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, unlawful imprisonment and fourth-degree criminal mischief. Police responded at 12:50 ...

Making The Sacrifice

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Veterans Day came and passed, but those who have served were not forgotten as gun shots rang out through downtown Jamestown on Sunday. Across Chautauqua County, there were numerous ceremonies planned for Veterans Day that included the Veterans Foreign Wars Post 53 gathering at Veterans ...

(4:45 PM) Bush Industries Brings In Best Sales In Years

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Bush Industries is reporting its most successful quarter of sales in almost 10 years. July, August and September collectively is Bush Industries' most successful sales quarter since the fourth quarter of 2008. Compared to last year's third quarter sales, 2018's third quarter sales show an ...

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Alzheimer Service Dates Announced Chautauqua Opportunities Alzheimer’s Services will host its Alzheimer’s services presentations several times in November and December. Presentations are 5:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Fluvanna Free Library, 3532 Fluvanna Ave.; 5:30-6:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. ...

Town Board Responsible For Collecting Water Bills

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DUNKIRK — The town board was stunned to find out that it is responsible for collecting on unpaid water bills from the city of Dunkirk. The bills in question pertain to residents within the west town. However, water had always been supplied by the city. Residents in the town paid the city, ...

Man Charged In Robbery Of 7-Eleven Store Friday

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Video surveillance helped located a Jamestown man who reportedly stole a car then robbed a city convenience store Friday afternoon. Jamestown police announced charges against 48-year-old Reinaldo Lugo following a three-day search. Lugo reportedly stole a car from a Kipp Street residence in ...

Legislation Would Equip Buses With Cameras

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Legislation attempting to deter motorists from passing school buses that failed in the state Assembly in 2018 is once more being brought back into the political and public sphere, thanks to state Sen. Cathy Young. The bill, the School Bus Camera Safety Act, is designed to better equip school ...

Democratic State Gains May Mean Tighter Gun, Looser Pot Laws

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From New York to New Mexico, residents in a number of states can expect a leftward push for expanded health care coverage, gun control, education funding and legalized recreational marijuana. While Republicans remain in charge in more states, Democrats nearly doubled the number of places ...

Concerns Raised Over Road Conditions

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SILVER CREEK — Inaction by the Hanover Town Board has Dennison Road residents once again preparing for the worst. Richard and Linda Kingsley fear another winter will come and go with no change to the speed limit at the sharp curve of the road that runs southeast to Forestville. Just how ...