In Sunday’s edition of The Post-Journal, the caption of a photograph for Archie Pecks’ Medal of Honor was incorrect. The recognition event will be held at the Evergreen Cemetery, not at the Cassadaga American Legion Post 1280. The information was incorrectly submitted.
In the town of Portland, there were three candidates — Thomas DeJoe, Michelle Patterson and Daniel Thompson — vying for two town justice Independence Party lines. DeJoe, who received 15 votes, and Thompson, who gained 9 votes, led the primary over Patterson, who tallied 7 votes.
An article in the Tuesday edition of The Post-Journal regarding the Clymer Board of Education incorrectly named Stephanie Adams as a new elementary teacher. Adams was the former living environment teacher and her resignation was accepted by the board Monday. Sarah Aikens’ position as a new ...
Thanks to more information provided by Martz-Kohl Observatory President Gary Nelson, it was announced that the Lenna Foundation, not the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts, provided some funds for the observatory’s ongoing renovations.
The weed harvesting vessels pictured along with the story on Chautauqua Lake herbicide spraying results published Wednesday belong to the Chautauqua Lake Association, and not the Chautauqua Lake and Watershed Management Alliance.
BUSTI — At the Busti Town Board meeting Monday, board members expressed that two local residents said their areas of Chautauqua Lake were clearer than they had been previously thanks to the spraying of herbicides.
A story in Thursday’s edition of The Post-Journal incorrectly gave the year of Annie Oakley’s marriage to Frank Butler. Historians site Oakley as either being married to Butler in 1881 in Ohio or via the marriage certificate with the date June 20, 1882, in Windsor, Ontario.
The party affiliations of Doug Schutte and Ted McCague were incorrectly identified in an editorial in the Sunday, July 1, edition of The Post-Journal. Schutte and McCague were endorsed by both the Republican and Democratic parties in the 2017 election.
JPS Takes Part In Conference
In an article published in the Wednesday edition of The Post-Journal, Jamestown Public Schools was unintentionally excluded from a list of local schools that attended a Supervising to Excellence Conference at Jamestown Community College.
In the Sunday, May 13 editorial, “Are Small Libraries Something We Want, Or Something We Need?” it was incorrectly stated that the Lakewood Memorial Library has a little more than $900,000 in the bank to help with its budget.
According to an Independent Accountant’s Review Report ...
A story featured in the Saturday edition of The Post-Journal regarding a public hearing held in the town of Ellery meant to read, “Doug Conroe, executive director of the Chautauqua Lake Association (CLA), spoke on behalf of the CLA and asked for an extension of the public comment period. ...
Jamestown Community College’s production of Speech and Debate has been postponed until mid-April. The play, originally scheduled for the Scharmann Theatre stage in March, will now be performed at 8 p.m. on April 13 and 14 and at 2 p.m. on April 15. Adam Owens will direct the production, which ...
Matt Oakes, a 2001 gradute of Falconer Central School, is a certified athletic trainer with USA Luge. His job title was incorrect in a story that appeared on Page A1 in Friday’s edition of The Post-Journal.