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All Four Family Court Candidates Are Excellent

October 31, 2014 There are two elements in choosing a Family Court judge — the human side and the technical side, as was eloquently stated during a recent debate by Green Party candidate Michael Sullivan of Fredoni. more »»

Goodell Is Our Best Choice

October 30, 2014 The race for the 150th State Assembly District between Barrie Yochim, the Meals on Wheels executive director endorsed by the Democrat, Independence and Working Families parties, and incumbent Andrew... more »»

Five Qualified Candidates For State Supreme Court

October 29, 2014 There are 13 judges running for five open positions on the state Supreme Court in the Eighth Judicial District, which includes Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Niagara, Orleans and... more »»

Attorney General Lost Consistency

October 28, 2014 State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has a consistent knack for letting New Yorkers know when someone has been wronged. more »»

We Endorse Tom Reed

October 27, 2014 The campaign between U.S. Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning, and Martha Robertson, a Tompkins County Democrat, officially began scant weeks after Reed took his oath of office. more »»

Gerace Deserves Your Vote

October 26, 2014 When Mary Whitaker was killed in her summer home a few months ago, her alleged murderers were caught quickly. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

October 25, 2014 Thumbs up to an expansion of universal pre-kindergarten in the Jamestown Public Schools District. more »»

Proposition Is No Fix To School Woes

October 24, 2014 New York state residents cannot have it both ways. more »»

Redistricting Takes Steps Forward

October 23, 2014 Redistricting, a process that occurs every 10 years after U.S. Census figures are released, never comes without some sort of controversy. more »»

Today In History

October 23, 2014 Today is Thursday, Oct. 23, the 296th day of 2014. There are 69 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On Oct. more »»

STEM Boosted By SUNY Fredonia, JCC

October 22, 2014 Area students don’t have to go outside of Chautauqua County to learn science in state-of-the-art facilities. On Friday, the State University at Fredonia opened its new $60 million science center. more »»

Government Regulations Cost Us Dearly

October 21, 2014 For most of us, the work Nobel Prize winners do in fields such as science and economics is impenetrable. more »»

Good Luck Is Not Enough

October 20, 2014 It appears Americans will escape the most devastating consequences of an Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Just one person has died of the disease in the United States. more »»

Drawing The Line On Diversionary Programs

October 19, 2014 Recently, 14 of the 47 people charged as part of Operation Horseback applied to participate in diversionary programs such as Drug Court. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

October 18, 2014 Thumbs up to Andrew Tipton of Kramer Entertainment in Grand Rapids, Mich. more »»

St. Susan Milestone Indicates Bad Times

October 17, 2014 The St. Susan Center in Jamestown served 601 meals on Sept. 24. more »»

Robertson Should Rethink Sierra Club Endorsement

October 16, 2014 Long before Martha Robertson was a candidate for Congress, the Sierra Club opposed repowering of the NRG power plant in Dunkirk. more »»

Jamestown Tourism Rises

October 15, 2014 The Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Center for Comedy did something remarkable on Saturday. Yes, the center set a world-record for grape-stomping. more »»

Cancer Awareness Could Save Lives

October 14, 2014 The way things are headed, pink will be considered a common fall color. That’s a good thing. more »»

Public Panic Over Ebola Ill-Founded

October 13, 2014 Concern about exotic diseases is high because of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. News of a Liberian man visiting Texas had brought Ebola here heightened the worry among many American. more »»

 
 
 

 

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