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FEB. 26 SEMINAR

February 19, 2014 A free seminar, “Helping You Help Yourself: Benefits of Exercise & Tips for Starting a Program,” hosted by Chautauqua Physical & Occupational Therapy will be held Wednesday, Fe. more »»

Corrections

February 18, 2014 Blood Drive Date A blood drive will take place Monday, Feb. 24, at Frewsburg American Legion from 3-6 p.m. The date was incorrect in a previous edition. more »»

Bait And Shoot

February 17, 2014 In Saturday’s paper, Scott Schrecengost was incorrectly listed as the person handling the baiting and shooting for the Ellicott bait-and-shoot program. more »»

Church Construction

February 17, 2014 The First Congregational United Church of Christ building was constructed in 1837. The congregation has existed since 1816. more »»

Correction

February 15, 2014 TERRI SERVIS In Thursday’s “Saying Thanks” article regarding the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 865, Terri Servis’ name was spelled incorrectly. more »»

Clarification

February 15, 2014 BPU BINS The people delivering the new recycling containers for the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities are employees of the Rehrig Pacific Company, which is the business that made the bins for the... more »»

Clarification

February 6, 2014 SUNY Fredonia Announces degree Candidates For Fall 2013 FREDONIA — SUNY Fredonia President Virginia S. Horvath announced the following students who are December 2013 candidates for degrees. more »»

Community Directory

January 31, 2014 The listings for Evergreen Health Services of WNY were incorrect in the recently published Community Directory. more »»

Clarification

January 31, 2014 FREDONIA — SUNY Fredonia President Virginia S. Horvath announced the following students who are December 2013 candidates for degrees. more »»

Missing Date

January 28, 2014 Diane VanDewark’s retirement party will be on Saturday, Feb. 8. The date was not included in an article in Monday’s edition. more »»

Correction

January 25, 2014 AREA POLICE REPORT ¯ Brandon Shutt, 18, of Sinclairville was charged on Jan. 16 with unlawful possession of marijuana. He was issued an appearance ticket and will appear in Charlotte Court on Jan. 28. more »»

Correction

January 24, 2014 Nancy Bargar In an article in Thursday’s edition, Nancy Bargar, a former Chautauqua County legislator, spoke up about the history of the Lakewood building. She was incorrectly identified. more »»

Grammy Awards

January 21, 2014 Westfield Academy and Central School music teacher Kent Knappenberger, a top 10 finalist in the first-ever Grammy Music Educator of the Year competition, will be in Los Angeles on Jan. more »»

Corrections

January 17, 2014 FOUNDATION CONTACT To obtain tickets for the Feb. 7 “The Dining Room” play in Eason Hall, Westfield, call the Westfield Memorial Hospital Foundation at 793-2338. more »»

Incorrect Photo

January 15, 2014 The incorrect photo appeared previously in The PostJournal under the section, “Jamestown Police Department: Top 10 Felony Warrants,” on Page B4 of the Sunday edition for Edward K. Ortiz. more »»

Correction

January 10, 2014 SOUP AND SONG BENEFIT The Soup And Song benefit for St. Susan Center is set for Saturday, Jan. 18, at 6 p.m. The event will be held at St. Susan Center’s facility at the Gateway Center, 31 Water St. more »»

Events

January 1, 2014 TODAY ¯ Ellington Community Food Pantry, Ellington Fire Hall, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. ¯ ‘‘English As A Second Language’’ class, Immanuel Lutheran Church, 9 a.m. more »»

Correction

December 24, 2013 DANCE PARTY Forte will be closed today, but will be open for New Year’s Eve when it features a holiday dance party with live entertainment by DJ Jon Bell. more »»

Clarification

December 24, 2013 CHRISTMAS DINNER KENNEDY — Kennedy First United Methodist Church’s annual Christmas Day dinner from noon to 3 p.m. is only for residents who are “alone and in need of a dinne. more »»

Clarifications

December 21, 2013 REG LENNA CENTER FOR THE ARTS Possible pole banners placed along Main, Washington and Third streets in Jamestown advertising local attractions will not include The Arts Council, which no longer... more »»

 
 
 

 

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