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July 11, 2015 Thumbs up to the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts for bringing films to the big screen that many might have missed during their initial run. more »»

Strategic Agenda A Good First Step

July 10, 2015 Imagine the creation of 25 million jobs in a decade, Social Security and Medicare solvency for 75 years, a balanced federal budget by 2030, and an energy-secure nation nine years from now. U.S. Rep. more »»

CASA Is One Way To Be A Child’s Hero

July 9, 2015 Bruce and Sarah Swanson don’t leap tall buildings in a single bound, shoot spider webs or wear a cool costume. more »»

Greeks Must Accept Strings With Bailout

July 8, 2015 Some mechanism will be found to avoid collapse of Greece’s economy, though it appears to be teetering on the brink. more »»

Battle With Invasive Species Not Won Yet

July 7, 2015 We haven’t heard much about invasive species on our area waterways this year. It’s good that these dangerous plants and aquatic lifeforms haven’t made greater inroads to our area. more »»

An Appropriate And Overdue Change

July 6, 2015 Who will she be? What great woman’s face will be seen regularly by virtually every American in the future — every time they reach into their wallets and purses and pull out a $10 bill? Treasury... more »»

Put An End To Amp Drama

July 5, 2015 Preservationists have bought themselves a few months’ time to try to convince Chautauqua Institution officials and those who pay to spend their summers in the institution to preserve the... more »»

Balancing Success And The Liberties We Forfeit

July 4, 2015 The Fourth of July traditionally is a time for revelry, cookouts, swimming parties and fireworks. more »»

Wage Board Fails Majority Of Workforce

July 3, 2015 Andrew Cuomo: The Burger King of the Empire State. more »»

North County Should Remember County’s Favor

July 2, 2015 Chautauqua County officials have worked hard to get the Northern Chautauqua County Water District off of the ground. more »»

State Needs To Raise Aid For Cities

July 1, 2015 Municipalities in New York state have long been able to argue they don’t receive enough aid from New York state. more »»

Manhunt Over For Residents, But Not State

June 30, 2015 Editor’s Note: This editorial appeared in Monday’s edition of The Adirondack Daily Enterprise, one of The Post-Journal’s sister papers whose stories have appeared on our pages over the past couple o... more »»

Some Amazing Young Men And Women

June 28, 2015 There is much time, energy, effort and ink spent talking about education — the cost, the number of schools, curriculum, Common Core, discipline and teacher evaluation are all hot topics across the... more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

June 27, 2015 Thumbs up to state investment in two long-needed infrastructure projects. more »»

Wear Your Life Jacket On Chautauqua Lake

June 26, 2015 For the next couple of months, Chautauqua Lake will attract local residents and visitors from near and far. The lake serves as the center of attention — a recreational and economic gem. more »»

A Question About The Tax Cap

June 25, 2015 There is no question that New York’s 2 percent tax cap has helped slow the growth of property taxes in New York state. more »»

School Bus Camera Bill Turned Down

June 24, 2015 Legislation sponsored by state Sen. more »»

A Lesson In Civics Falls Short

June 23, 2015 Perhaps Sen. John DeFrancisco’s inability to read a calendar is the best reason he shouldn’t have been chosen to lead the state Senate. more »»

President’s Job Is Not To Interpret The Law

June 22, 2015 A critical case involving the national health care law “probably shouldn’t even have been taken up” by the Supreme Court, President Barack Obama said this week. more »»

 
 
 

 

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