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Nehemiah House: Community Can Help Solve Drug Problem

September 26, 2016 We have said recently that government can’t be called upon to fix all of the problems our society faces with drugs or in our neighborhoods. more »»

Plan Needed For Underfunded Schools

September 25, 2016 The final ruling in Maisto v. State of New York, also known as the Small Cities Lawsuit, really should never have been in doubt. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

September 24, 2016 Thumbs up to the region’s first compressed natural gas fuel filling station. Recently, John Dietrick III, Clean and Green CNG Technologies Corp. more »»

Nobody Should Profit From The Art Of Killers

September 23, 2016 It is unconscionable that anyone would profit from an inmate’s conviction to a gruesome murder. more »»

Politicians Need To Call It What It Is

September 22, 2016 Less than a week after the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, residents of New York, New Jersey and Minnesota were under attack again over the weekend. more »»

Jobs: Clinton Is Not What The Doc Ordered

September 21, 2016 Applications for unemployment benefits were up during the first week of September. Retail sales slumped in August. Manufacturing was down in many areas of the country. more »»

Capturing Crime On Video Should Be Evidence, Not Entertainment

September 20, 2016 So much of our lives these days are captured and documented on video, whether we like it or no. more »»

Zika Is A Serious Public Health Threat

September 19, 2016 Public health officials say more than 670 pregnant women in the United States have been diagnosed with the Zika virus. more »»

Neighborhoods Need A Culture Change

September 18, 2016 No neighborhood in Jamestown — no matter how high the incomes of its residents or valuable the homes it contains — is immune from drugs and crime. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

September 17, 2016 Thumbs up to Brea Tota, a Southwestern Central School student who created the winning design the Step Up for Autism logo contest. more »»

Clinton Speech Exposes Liberal Bigotry

September 16, 2016 Hillary Clinton made her feelings toward those who dare to disagree with her clear on Frida. more »»

There Are More Important Ways To Spend Federal Aid

September 15, 2016 What would benefit more Chautauqua County residents: additional federal funding for senior citizen services or more funding for Chautauqua County airports? Rarely are federal grants and aid... more »»

Fighting Terrorists: Destroy The Hydra

September 14, 2016 It is no longer as easy as it was 15 years ago for terrorist groups to mount major assaults within the United States. more »»

Lines On A Map Don’t Really Matter

September 13, 2016 It is amazing sometimes how much lines on a map can mean to people. more »»

Politics Makes Strange Bedfellows

September 12, 2016 Politics has made stranger bedfellows under President Barack Obama than at any other time during recent memory. more »»

The Terrorists Still Haven’t Defeated Us

September 11, 2016 Two days after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, The Post-Journal remarked in an editorial that Americans were sending a clear message to terrorists. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

September 10, 2016 Thumbs up to local business owners who were honored over the summer during state competition. more »»

Municipal Consolidation Remains An Issue

September 9, 2016 It doesn’t appear municipal consolidation is a topic that will be disappearing anytime soon. more »»

Athenex: State Can’t Get Out Of Its Own Way

September 8, 2016 It took Flint Besecker, Athenex chief operating officer, only 31 words to sum up all that is wrong with starting a business in New York state. more »»

Public Schools Can Fill Job Void

September 7, 2016 Teaching is a tough job. It makes sense, then, that school districts would have trouble finding qualified substitute teachers. more »»

 
 
 

 

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