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JAMES?SPANNThe Democratic Party has endorsed attorney James Spann for Chautauqua County Family Court Judge. Since 1987, Spann has served as Westfield town justice as well as being appointed and elected as the acting village justice. This information was excluded from an article in Wednesday's ...

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Huber AddressOn Friday, Amanda L. Huber, 32, of Jamestown, was taken into custody on an arrest warrant issued by Jamestown City Court Judge John LaMancuso. Huber was charged with one felony count of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and one felony count of third-degree ...

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Poland SeniorsKENNEDY - Town of Poland Seniors will meet for a pot-luck lunch Aug. 20 in the Kennedy Fire Hall. Members attending should take a dish to pass, their table service and a non-perishable item for the food cupboard. Payment for the Aug. 22 trip on the Chautauqua Belle will be ...

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Fight LeukemiaParticipants in the motorcycle run to kick off Fight Leukemia Fest 2014, may register from 9:30-11 a.m. at Kwik Fill on Route 60, North Main Street Ext., Jamestown on Sunday. For more information contact Kathy Rohm, 488-0083. The location was incorrect in Sunday's edition of The ...

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INCORRECT NAMEChristopher L. Freeney of Jamestown, 44, was not involved in Wednesday's Operation Horseback drug raids throughout the Jamestown. Freeney's twin brother, Christopher M. Freeney is the man facing charges. Christopher L. Freeney's name was incorrectly listed in a story in ...

Tom Cotter Tickets

Those interested in purchasing tickets to Tom Cotter's Friday, Aug. 8, performance at the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts can do so by contacting the Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum and Center for Comedy at 484-0400, or by visiting www.lucy-desi.com.

Distinguished Young Women Contestants

Pictured, in front, from right, are: Sarah Gibson, Fletcher Cobbsek, Emily Nelson, Heather Dorler, Kimberly Crasti, Heidi Mueller, Alex DePonceau and Anna Turcotte. In back, from right, are: Stefanie Briggs, Stephanie Benson, Megan Clark, Taryn Dechow, Emily Van Wey, Alaina Reichard, Abbey ...

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Schank Phone NumberThe benefit for Steven Schank, who was diagnosed with T1 high-grade bladder cancer, will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday at 240 Howard Ave. and Central Avenue, West Ellicott. The family is looking for donations for the benefit, including hot dogs, condiments, water, ...

TUREEN DINNER

STOW - The congregations of the Magnolia and Open Meadows United Methodist churches are having a tureen dinner at the Magnolia Church today at 12:45 p.m. to honor Pastor John Bowen on his completion of The Course of Study in the United Methodist Church. Those attending are asked to bring a dish ...

SMART DRIVER COURSE

An AARP Smart Driver Course will be held Wednesday, July 30, and Thursday, July 31, not this coming week as was reported in Friday's edition of The Post-Journal. The class will be held from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at St. Luke's Church, 410 N. Main St., Jamestown. Registration is required by calling ...

RANDOLPH GRADUATION

In Saturday's edition, a quote was correctly attributed to Randolph Central School Salutatorian Joseph McIntyre in the body of the story but was incorrectly attributed to Dr. Anthony Evans in an accompanying pull quote due to a layout error. McIntyre's remarks included the following: "I turn to ...

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Heart TransplantIn Thursday's edition of The Post-Journal, the article "Benefit Set For Area Toddler In Need Of Heart Transplant" stated that in time, Lily Roberts will need a heart transplant. If her medication works properly, a transplant will not be necessary.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY PICNIC

The Chautauqua County Historical Society's annual picnic, which is being co-sponsored by the Busti Historical Society, will be held Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. at the Busti Mill. The date of the event was incorrect in Wednesday's edition of The Post-Journal.

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SUNDAY CONCERTDan Schall will be in concert Sunday night at 6 p.m. at Chandlers Valley United Methodist Church, 9215 Jackson Run Road, Chandlers Valley, Pa. The date was incorrect in Wednesday's edition.

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Chagnon QuoteA quote attributed to Pierre Chagnon in Friday's edition regarding unemployment in Chautauqua County should have read, "The number of people employed in Chautauqua County in April was 10.7 percent less than the number employed six years previously. This compares to Cattaraugus ...

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Washington BandIn Monday's article entitled "Remembering The Fallen," the list of participating groups in the Jamestown Memorial Day parade was not exhaustive. Among the organizations not listed, the Washington Middle School band participated in the parade.

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Rec CenterBusti will be moving into the Busti-Lakewood Recreational Center at 9 W. Summit St. until further notice. The name of the building was incorrect in an article in Tuesday's Post-Journal.

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THREE BOARD MEMBERSChautauqua Lake Central School voters elected three members to the board of education Tuesday. Mary Lee Talbot received 217 votes, Jay Baker received 201 votes and Deborah Cross-Fuller received 198 votes. The information was incorrectly reported to The Post-Journal.SIX ...

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Sandberg KesslerDavid Misenheimer works for Sandberg Kessler Architecture & Engineering, which is the firm handling the Barmore Sellstrom Tires project. Sandberg Kessler's name was incorrect in Sunday's edition.

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Incorrect ShowtimeThe Saturday, May 24, performance of "And The World Goes 'Round" at the Lucille Ball Little Theatre will be at 8 p.m. The performance time was reported incorrectly in Thursday's paper.