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Leichner Finds Positive In Student Opt-Outs

August 30, 2015 The debate over parents opting their children out of state testing for third-through eighth-graders has been anything but reasonable. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

August 29, 2015 Thumbs up to a planned expansion project for the Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union. more »»

Pay Raises Can Wait

August 28, 2015 The pay rate for Jamestown’s City Council positions has remained the same for three decades. more »»

Landfill Expansion Should Proceed

August 27, 2015 What a long, strange trip it has been for the Chautauqua County Landfill. more »»

Taxpayers Keep Paying For Mitchell’s Mistake

August 25, 2015 Joyce Mitchell pleaded guilty to first-degree promotion of prison contraband, a felony, and fourth-degree criminal facilitation, a misdemeanor. more »»

Mueller Deserves Medal Of Freedom

August 24, 2015 American Kayla Mueller went to the Middle East because she wanted to help people. As a result, she was captured by Islamic State terrorist. more »»

Social Security Model Must Change

August 23, 2015 Virtually all Americans rely on the Social Security program or will once they reach the age at which they need income to replace paychecks they no longer receive. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

August 22, 2015 Thumbs up to encouraging news in the recent State of the Lake discussion during the Rally for Chautauqua Lake last week in Bemus Poin. more »»

State Should Focus On Real Problems

August 21, 2015 The Empire State has many problems, but officials have recently focused their efforts on a multibillion-dollar fix for an airport coming off a record year. more »»

New York Learns Little From History

August 20, 2015 An entry in today’s In Years Past column is indicative of how little some things change in 25 year. more »»

Scholarship Invests In Student, Field

August 18, 2015 The Johnson Foundation of Jamestown has made an impressive investment in the future of nursing and other health-related professions at, we hope, local hospitals. more »»

Senate Dems May Follow Schumer

August 17, 2015 U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., has been a staunch supporter of President Barack Obama on most matters. more »»

Same Sex Divorce Left In Legal Limbo

August 16, 2015 The disintegration of a family is by its very nature messy, even if only two people are involved. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

August 15, 2015 Thumbs up to Tuesday’s dedication of a swing set in memory of Kallie Swan in Allen Park. more »»

New Park Will Be Good For Jamestown

August 14, 2015 Construction of a new public park in the city of Jamestown will begin next year, but local taxpayers won’t have to pay the bill. more »»

Storefront Conditions Yield Disappointment

August 13, 2015 Apartments on the upper floors of the Wellman Building on Third and Cherry streets in Jamestown are a cornerstone of west side revitalization efforts. more »»

Chautauqua Lake Rally Slated For Saturday

August 12, 2015 Thus far, it’s been a good summer on Chautauqua Lake. Weeds haven’t been a noticeable issue and there has only been one incidence of blue-green algae. more »»

Fatal Accident Should Prompt Change

August 11, 2015 It didn’t take a fatal traffic accident to know the area near the Lakewood Village Plaza on Fairmount Avenue is unsafe. more »»

African Hunting Policies Hurt As Much As Hunting

August 10, 2015 Cecil, the lion killed illegally in Zimbabwe by an American dentist, will not have died in vain if what happened to him draws attention to the threat of extinction of his kind. more »»



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