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Eads Fits The Bill For Reg, Arts District

January 22, 2014 The opening of the renovated Reg Lenna Civic Center in 1990 was the start of the brick-and-mortar renovations in Jamestow. more »»

A Few Minutes Could Save A Life

January 21, 2014 For those with certain illnesses and suffering from serious injuries, blood transfusions can be the difference between life and death. more »»

Mental Health Is Issue For Mass Murderers

January 20, 2014 Prosecuting attorneys in Connecticut have concluded that 20-year-old Adam Lanza “displayed no aggressive or threatening tendencies” before he massacred 20 children and six adults at the Sandy Hook... more »»

Community Must Join Drug Abuse Battle

January 19, 2014 “Jason” is a heroin addict. He started abusing prescription drugs Vicodin and Oxycontin before moving to heroin, a drug on which he told The Post-Journal he has overdosed three times. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

January 18, 2014 Thumbs up to all the young people who will take part in today’s Studio Dance Showcase at 2:30 p.m. in the chapel at Lutheran Social Services, 715 Falconer St., Jamestown. more »»

Rent Increase Too Dramatic For A Nonprofit

January 17, 2014 The Chautauqua County Legislature’s Public Facilities Committee did the right thing Monday in tabling discussion of a roughly $32,000-a-year rent increase for Cornell Cooperative Extension in the... more »»

National Debt: Enough Already

January 16, 2014 Both liberals in Congress and President Barack Obama insist they will not tolerate conservative initiatives to get government spending under contro. more »»

Cuomo Takes Cautious Approach With Pot

January 15, 2014 New York state is not going to pot, despite the recent medical marijuana proposal discussed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo during his State of the State speech Wednesday. more »»

State Continues To Balk At Idea Of Forcing School Mergers

January 14, 2014 True leadership from the state would clear up issues like those related to two recently released state Comptroller’s Office audits of schools in Cassadaga Valley and West Valley. more »»

Liberties Dealt A Stinging Court Defeat

January 13, 2014 Just before the old year ended, a federal appeals court judge handed champions of the liberties Americans cherish a stinging defeat. Federal District Court Judge William H. Pauley, in Washington, D. more »»

City Union Agreements Are Worth Celebrating

January 12, 2014 Contract agreements between the city of Jamestown and the unions representing its 60 police officers and 58 firefighters are an encouraging development. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

January 11, 2014 Thumbs up to an annual winter event that can’t help but make you think of spring. On Thursday, the Prendergast Library, Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame and Robert H. more »»

Mandate Relief Must Be Part Of Tax Relief Plan

January 10, 2014 Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s State of the State address Wednesday puts some meat to his proposed tax relief pla. more »»

Fire Victims Are Worthy Of Support

January 9, 2014 Most area residents were shocked to learn Sunday night of a fire at Lisciandro’s and The Pub on North Main Street in Jamestown. more »»

IRS Should Collect From Vendors

January 8, 2014 If you owe the Internal Revenue Service money, chances are you will be harassed until you pay up or at least make arrangements to do so. Unless you happen to be doing business with the IRS. more »»

Cheap Flights Is A Good First Step

January 7, 2014 If Chautauqua County can’t privatize the Chautauqua County Airport at Jamestown, then it needs to make the airport profitable. more »»

A Look At The ‘Wastebook’

January 6, 2014 Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., has released his annual “Wastebook,” giving us all a window into the positively absurd ways in which the federal government spends the hard-earned tax dollars we give it. more »»

County Must Avoid Another NRG Ordeal

January 5, 2014 Bullet dodged. Catastrophe averted. Cliff avoided. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

January 4, 2014 Thumbs up to plow drivers who did their level best clearing area roads during Thursday’s heavy snow. more »»

State Should Reform SEQR Process

January 3, 2014 It’s not just New York’s love of taxation that makes it unfriendly to business. Take the State Environmental Quality Review process, for example. more »»

 
 

 

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