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Bills: Public Funding A Tough Pill To Swallow

July 9, 2014 It’s hard to imagine a future without the Buffalo Bills in Western New York. Bills’ games are a regional happening even when the team is bad. more »»

Chautauqua Presents Timely Privacy Theme

July 8, 2014 Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Riley v. California and United States v. Wurie that new technology does not trump the constitutional right to privacy. more »»

Progressives Look Toward November

July 6, 2014 Is it possible for New York state to be more progressive than it already is? We’re about to find out. An uneasy coalition that allowed Republicans to share power in the state Senate is ending. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

July 5, 2014 Thumbs up to the Friends of the Prendergast Library for establishing a Book Sale/Family Literacy Fund to provide used books to organizations that serve children and families. more »»

We Owe The Founders Of This Great Country

July 4, 2014 When the Founders of our great nation gathered 237 years ago to sign the Declaration of Independence, they had only an idea of the magnificent country to which they were giving life. more »»

Catt. Co. Would Be Wise To Sell Nursing Homes

July 3, 2014 It would appear Chautauqua County got out of the nursing home business just in the nick of time. more »»

Chautauqua Striders: Much To Celebrate

July 2, 2014 Chautauqua Striders has come a long way since its inception in 197. more »»

VA ‘Solutions’ Offer More Of The Same

July 1, 2014 Leaders in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives hope to reach agreement soon on a bill addressing the Department of Veterans Affairs scanda. more »»

IRS Scandal Another Presidential Cover-Up

June 30, 2014 Using illegal methods to harm one’s political opponents, then lying to cover it up, is serious business, as former President Richard Nixon learned. more »»

Dropout Data Shows Knowledge Is Power

June 29, 2014 It is indeed good news that the overall four-year graduation rate for Chautauqua County high school students broke 80 percent for the Class of 2013. The county’s 80. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

June 28, 2014 Thumbs up to all the high school students who will walk across the stage and receive their high school diplom. more »»

More Money, More Problems

June 27, 2014 Try getting an answer to your questions about government retirement benefits by calling your local Social Security office. Let’s hope you have plenty of time to wait ... and wait ... and wait. more »»

Stateline Continues County’s Racing Tradition

June 26, 2014 Auto racing has a long tradition in Chautauqua County. Jay Young, a Post-Journal sports reporter, detailed some of that tradition in the paper’s June 20 edition. more »»

Legislative Session Full Of Ups, Downs

June 25, 2014 Approval of medical marijuana garnered the most discussion of bills considered by the state Legislature as its legislative session drew to a close Friday. more »»

A Working Model For Other Districts

June 24, 2014 Evidently, sharing a superintendent has gone smoothly for the Panama and Clymer school district. more »»

Help A Struggling Child: Become A Mentor Today

June 23, 2014 It’s possible Robert H. Jackson would have reached great heights without the mentoring he received from Mary Willard. more »»

Clean Power Plan Throws Dirt On Public

June 22, 2014 The federal Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan — part of President Barack Obama’s idea to slow global warming — is bad polic. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

June 21, 2014 Thumbs up to Nicholas McIntyre, a Southwestern Central School student at the Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES Hewes Center in Ashville, who will compete in the 50th SkillsUSA National Leadership... more »»

Something Stinks, And It’s Not The Cheese

June 20, 2014 Bureaucratic overreach may take the cheese off your table. more »»

 
 

 

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