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CTE Diploma Could Benefit Work-Ready Students

April 2, 2014 In every high school’s graduating class, there is a population of students who want to join the workforce rather than spend more time in school. more »»

Economic Plan Is A Breath Of Fresh Air

April 1, 2014 Chautauqua County spends so much time scrambling to keep what it has that nothing seems to chang. more »»

America Has Fallen Behind In Innovation

March 31, 2014 There are all sorts of possibilities for using unmanned drone aircraft to make our lives better. No pun intended, but the sky’s the limit. Except in the United States. more »»

Mental Issues Aren’t Just A Prison Problem

March 30, 2014 A person suffering from a heart attack shouldn’t be treated at the Chautauqua County Jail. Why, then, should those with serious mental issues? Through mid-March, 49. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

March 29, 2014 Thumbs up to a well-deserved retirement for Ray Nelson, owner of Ray Nelson Services at the corner of Third Street and Prendergast Avenue in Jamestown. more »»

Meals On Wheels: A Needed Program

March 28, 2014 Thanks to Meals on Wheels, Mayor Sam Teresi got to spend a few minutes with Doris Bloss, an acquaintance from years past. more »»

Restructuring Board Must Offer Useful Suggestions

March 27, 2014 Now that Jamestown has been accepted into the state’s Financial Restructuring Board program, it will be interesting to see what the state panel recommends. more »»

Proposed CSEA Contract Unfair To Taxpayers

March 26, 2014 Local governments love to explain how there is so little in their budgets that is actually under their control. The state mandates retirement costs. Health insurance companies dictate payments. more »»

Chautauqua Ranking Is A Wonderful Reminder

March 25, 2014 It’s wonderful that The Smithsonian Magazine has named Chautauqua — and namely Chautauqua Institution — as the top small town to visit in 2014. more »»

Obama Administration Lacks Transparency

March 24, 2014 When President Barack Obama took office, he promised Americans the most transparent administration in history. Just the opposite has occurred. more »»

ConAgra Closings Cause For Alarm

March 23, 2014 ConAgra’s announced closure of the former Carriage House plants in Dunkirk and Fredonia was an unwelcome jolt to every Chautauqua County resident last week. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

March 22, 2014 Thumbs up to all the area actors, set builders, technicians and adults who are taking part in musical productions in schools throughout our area. more »»

Public Campaign Finance Wastes Your Money

March 21, 2014 It isn’t taking New York state long to spend its surplus, is it? Free college for prison inmates illegal immigrants and public campaign financing have all been bandied about during budget... more »»

‘The People Have A Right To Know’

March 20, 2014 Among the most important safeguards of freedom we Americans enjoy is that of news media access to law enforcement agencies and the court. more »»

More Information Should Be Open To Public

March 19, 2014 In mid-November, it was uncovered that Scott Smith, Cassadaga Valley Central School superintendent, had resigned from his job and that Tara DiDomenico, the school’s high school principal, had been... more »»

Court Ruling Could Hide Pension System Waste

March 18, 2014 New York state taxpayers spend billions each year on pensions for workers on public payrolls. more »»

We Must Do More To Treat Mental Illness

March 17, 2014 How did Adam Lanza go from being “just a normal little weird kid,” in his father’s words, to someone who “couldn’t get any more evil”? Peter Lanza made the comments in a magazine story about his... more »»

State Tax Relief Plans Seem Self-Serving

March 16, 2014 The more state officials say about their plans for tax relief, the more disgusted we become. Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s tax freeze proposal initially held some promise. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

March 15, 2014 After the blasts of winter we received Wednesday and Thursday, thumbs up to better weather this weekend for several outdoors events. Those with a taste for Irish cuisine as they celebrate St. more »»

Scaffold Law Is A Drain On The Economy

March 14, 2014 The state Legislature has come under fire in recent years for its varying forms of illegal and unsavory behavior. more »»

 
 

 

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