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State Must Explore Realistic School Funding

March 2, 2014 It is long past the time for New York to have a realistic conversation over equitable school funding. Equitable funding can’t just mean more money in state aid. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

March 1, 2014 Thumbs up to the latest in a budding crop of young artists in the area. more »»

Your Vote Does Matter

February 28, 2014 As Legislator Fred Larson, D-Jamestown, so aptly put it in his statement Thursday, elections do indeed have consequences. more »»

Lifetime Licenses: A Pricey Proposition

February 27, 2014 A lifetime membership usually is something you would analyze with skepticism before you rush to sign up. That goes for an announcement last week by Gov. more »»

Many Problems With Cuomo’s Jail Degree Program

February 26, 2014 The are numerous problems with Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plan to offer associate and bachelor degree programs at 10 state prisons. more »»

County’s Drug Forum Is A Good Start

February 25, 2014 Drug dealers are always looking for ways to make more money, which means they are nearly constantly experimenting with ways to change existing drugs to increase the high a user feels or to make thei... more »»

Obama Sticks To His Priorities

February 24, 2014 Say one thing for President Barack Obama: When he sets priorities, he sticks to them. Take the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline, which could help the U.. more »»

Barmore Should Stick To His Word

February 23, 2014 When running to be your Chautauqua County Clerk, Larry Barmore made a lot of promises. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

February 22, 2014 Thumbs up to Heil Transportation Inc., a Clymer-based company that will purchase the former Maplevale Farms building on Route 474 in Clymer. more »»

Route 60: Taking The Good With The Bad

February 21, 2014 First the good news: Route 60 from outside Fredonia to Cassadaga is on the radar of the state Department of Transportation. more »»

Tax Exemption: Finding Balance

February 20, 2014 Anyone who has opened their property tax bill likely feels they are paying too much. more »»

Military Sexual Assault Victims Deserve Better

February 19, 2014 Many senior leaders in the armed forces admit the military has a serious problem in how it handles sexual assault. more »»

Stiffer Penalities Needed For School Bus Scoffers

February 18, 2014 The rules governing stopped school buses are pretty simple. When a bus stops, red lights flash and a stop sign swings out from the driver’s side of the bus. more »»

Manufacturing Hasn’t Rebounded

February 17, 2014 Manufacturing has rebounded in the United States, President Barack Obama assured us during his State of the Union speech. Not reall. more »»

Some Hope In Bleak Job Landscape

February 16, 2014 Chautauqua County is estimated to have lost another 1 percent of its population at the end of 2012, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

February 15, 2014 Thumbs up to a busy Presidents Day Weekend. more »»

JSBA’s Future Lies In Its?Past

February 14, 2014 Nearly 700 hockey players will descend on the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena this weekend for the annual Chautauqua County Youth Hockey Association Mid-Winter Classic Tournamen. more »»

Time To End 18-a Surcharge

February 13, 2014 Quietly, area residents received some good news with Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s planned elimination of the Section 18-a temporary surcharge on utility bills for municipal utilities. more »»

Fire Finance Reports Should Be Public

February 12, 2014 Another fire department was under the state comptroller’s microscope this month. more »»

Reenact Old Immigration Safeguards

February 11, 2014 Allowing immigrants with links to terrorists to stay in the United States makes no sense. We have plenty of applicants for entry who revere this country without giving breaks to those who do not. more »»



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