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Balancing On A Tightrope Budget

September 24, 2015 When facing a $3.3 million budget deficit, city officials have tough decisions to make on where to cut costs. more »»

Prosecuting Sweat Is Not Worth The Cost

September 23, 2015 There can be little doubt David Sweat is guilty of escaping from prison. He and fellow inmate Richard Matt were there in Clinton Correctional Facility on June 5, and then the next day they weren’t. more »»

Support The United Way

September 22, 2015 Everyone deserves opportunities to have a good life. more »»

Have We Forgotten 9/11 So Quickly?

September 21, 2015 Fourteen years ago, Americans were brutally shocked out of our complacency regarding Islamic terrorism when organized murderers used aircraft in a massive attack on us. more »»

Prendergast Library Needs Solutions, Not Protests

September 20, 2015 We have heard a lot of reasons for and against the James Prendergast Library Association’s decision to sell art purchased with money from the estate of Mary Prendergast. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

September 19, 2015 A long overdue thumbs up to the Busti and Lakewood fire departments for coming together over the last several months to make sure the departments are able to handle rescue calls. more »»

State Must Ease Off On Teachers

September 18, 2015 We’re not sure school districts ever really had a problem identifying bad teachers. more »»

Battle Against Drug Addiction Moves Forward

September 17, 2015 Chautauqua County has made progress in battling drug addiction. more »»

Prendergast Library Makes A Tough Choice

September 16, 2015 In a perfect world, the James Prendergast Library Association wouldn’t be selling art purchased with money from Mary Prendergast’s wil. more »»

Healing State Divide Won’t Be Easy Task

September 15, 2015 Earlier this year, Mayor Sam Teresi called the movement for parts of New York state to secede distracting. He’s right, of course. more »»

Immigration Woes Abroad A Disturbing Reminder

September 14, 2015 Reports of tens of thousands of people from Syria, Libya and other countries flooding into Europe as they attempt to escape strife at home have been all over the news for several day. more »»

Uncontested Races, Poor Voter Turnout Complicate Elections

September 13, 2015 Chautauqua County has a problem at the polls. Local communities have many offices up for grabs in November, but only a few people willing to fill them. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

September 12, 2015 Thumbs up to Fletcher Ward, a student of local history who is taking on an exciting new project, has written several books on local history, including: “Chautauqua’s Largest Fish,” “Saving... more »»

‘Marmaduke’ Creator Made His Mark

September 11, 2015 Aug. 30 now marks a sad day both locally and nationally. That is the date that “Marmaduke” creator Brad Anderson died at his home in Montgomery, Texas. He was 91 years old. more »»

Hillary Clinton Isn’t ‘The Best Choice’

September 10, 2015 Her handling of email communications while she was secretary of state was not the “best choice,” Hillary Clinton has admitted. more »»

Villainizing Of Officers Must End

September 9, 2015 Many in law enforcement feel under siege because of public protests in which violence directed at them is encouraged. more »»

The ‘Fox’ Has The Last Laugh

September 8, 2015 It appears the very agency accused of spying unconstitutionally on Americans now has the authority to stop anyone who objects. Two recent court rulings make that clear. In 2013, a U.. more »»

More Should Celebrate Today

September 7, 2015 For millions of workers nationwide — and a fair amount in Chautauqua County — today provides a much-needed working man’s holiday. more »»

Amphitheater Project Will Benefit Everyone

September 6, 2015 The decision announced Saturday by Chautauqua Institution to tear down the historic amphitheater and rebuild a new amphitheater in its place will not be a popular one for some. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

September 5, 2015 Thumbs up to what should be an enlightening process on the process to dissolve a village. Forestville residents will decide on Nov. more »»



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