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A Mosquito Plan Will Help Falconer

September 12, 2014 Mosquitos have been a bigger pest than usual this summer in the Falconer area and much of the rest of the region as well. more »»

Please, Sir, Can We Have Training?

September 10, 2014 A news release issued recently by the state School Boards Association raises a troubling concern about New York’s implementation of the Common Core State Standard. more »»

State Must Cut Overtime Costs

September 9, 2014 New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli recently released a report that showed for the first six months of the year, New York state employees were paid $316 million in overtime. more »»

VA Questions Still Aren’t Answered

September 8, 2014 It will come as no surprise to those who watch the government closely that the Department of Veterans Affairs has concluded it was not responsible for the deaths of veterans kept waiting for care a... more »»

New Child Care Policies Needed

September 7, 2014 Thanks to Jimmy McMillan, people worldwide know that rent is too, um, gosh-darned high. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

September 6, 2014 Thumbs up to a new beginning. The Southern Tier Xpress will play their first game at 5 p.m. today at the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena. more »»

The Regrettable Truth Behind ‘Obamacare’

September 5, 2014 In large measure, President Barack Obama’s health care law was sold to Americans based on his contention government can handle certain tasks more economically than the private sector. more »»

Unfunded Mandates Strike Again

September 4, 2014 It’s only a matter of time before Chautauqua County hires a compliance officer. more »»

Back To School For Parents Too

September 3, 2014 It seems like only a few short months ago we were congratulating students from throughout our area on their high school graduations. Now, here we are, ready to begin another school year. more »»

US Needs To Limit Terrorist Exports

September 2, 2014 Americans have gone abroad on their own to fight for many causes during our nation’s history. more »»

Nurses Serve A Vital Role

August 31, 2014 Martha N. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

August 30, 2014 Thumbs up to the early success of the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities’ residential recycling credit program. more »»

Perseverance Pays Of For JHS Grads

August 29, 2014 Congratulations to seven Jamestown High School students honored at a recent August graduation ceremony. more »»

Partnerships Provide Greater Opportunity

August 28, 2014 Gowanda’s willingness to work with Pine Valley so members of the district centered in South Dayton can play football is true team spirit. more »»

No Joy In Jamestown As Jammers Leave

August 27, 2014 Monday, with the formal announcement that Jamestown is losing its New York-Penn League franchise, was a day the region’s baseball fans had hoped would never come. more »»

RTPI, Audubon Making Natural Partnership

August 26, 2014 No organization’s future is guaranteed. more »»

The Blood Is On Hamas’ Hands

August 25, 2014 Negotiators from Israel and the Hamas terrorist group that controls Gaza met under Egyptian sponsorship this week, in an attempt to end fighting between the two. more »»

Union Negotiations Lack Transparency

August 24, 2014 Seventy-six percent of Jamestown’s $33.6 million budget is earmarked for salaries and benefits for city employees. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

August 23, 2014 Thumbs up to a three-hour event that will answer anyone’s questions about the state of Chautauqua Lake. During the Chautauqua Lake Rally from 9 a.m. more »»

Argument Over SEQR Review Is Offensive

August 22, 2014 We’re not sure when a Village Board member wanting to make sure the information in a matter being reviewed by a higher authority became a bad thing. more »»



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