WCA Offering Free Screenings

An article in the Wednesday edition of The Post-Journal regarding blood pressure screenings at UPMC Chautauqua WCA incorrectly stated that the hospital was offering the free screenings through Friday. WCA is offering the services Monday through Friday for the entire month.


IDA Approves PILOT For Wind Farm Project An article in the Thursday edition of The Post-Journal regarding a PILOT program for the Cassadaga Wind Farm incorrectly said Cassadaga Valley Superintendent Charles Leichner and Business Official Debra A. McAvoy spoke in favor of the PILOT during a ...

Incomplete Honor Roll

Brandon Smith, a sixth-grader at Southwestern Middle School, was left off of the original list of honor and merit roll students in the first quarter of the 2017-18 school year at Southwestern Central School.


Parks Commission Discusses Capital Projects In an article in Friday’s edition of The Post-Journal regarding the county Parks Commission, Legislator John Hemmer was listed as a commission member. Hemmer is the legislative representative to the commission.

Libraries Receive Funding From Municipalities

When Tina Scott, James Prendergast Library director, was discussing the $50,000 in funding in the proposed 2018 city budget for the library during the Jamestown City Council meeting Monday, she said several libraries in cities that have a similar population as Jamestown receive 90 percent of ...

Scholarship Program Names Winner, Runners Up

In The Sunday Post-Journal regarding the Chautauqua Area Scholarship Program, the names of runner-up award winners was listed incorrectly. Mikayla Johnson was the first runner-up, Evelyn Rowan was the second runner-up and Anna Sena was the third runner-up.


ESPRI Funding The YWCA of Jamestown will be receiving funding through the Empire State Poverty Reduction Initiative. The organization’s name was incorrect in Saturday’s edition of The Post-Journal.

Schutte Experience

In Saturday’s Election 2017 publication, Doug Schutte’s answer to the question “Have you previously held any other positions in local/county government and, if so, for what duration of time?” was listed as not applicable. While Schutte has not held elected office, he has served on the ...


The performance by Black Violin at The Reg Lenna Center For The Arts on Friday was not sponsored by the Jamestown High School Academy Days. The subheadline in the Saturday edition of The Post-Journal, “Academy Days Brings Performing Group To City,” was inaccurate.


Falconer Site Cleanup A story on Page A1 of Thursday’s Post-Journal, “Room for Growth,” Gina Paradis, Chautauqua County Land Bank executive director, said “As you know the arsonist who struck in Jamestown, also burned down a large apartment complex in the village of Falconer.” ...


A story in the Sept. 19 edition of The Post-Journal titled “There’s Much To See And Do In Buffalo” omitted the author of the story. The story was written by Chris Chapman.

CLRA’s Ladies 8 Competes In Ithaca

The Chautauqua Lake Rowing Association rowers in the Ladies 8 at the recent Ithaca Inlet Icebreaker Invitational were Shannon McKee, Katy Janowsky, Alexis Barron, Amelia Thorp, Sarah Quadt, Lauren Nelson, Holly Morgenstern, Anna Jones and coxswain Cassie Spillane. The competitors were ...

‘Meet The Photographer’ Event Is Thursday

An article in Monday’s edition of The Post-Journal listed the incorrect date for a “Meet the Photographer” event at the Sinclairville Free Library with Dr. Jeanne Wiebenga. The event is Thursday, April 27.


In the article published Wednesday in The Post-Journal regarding the upcoming Hope and Healing For Chautauqua event, Ian Eastman was incorrectly identified as the Evergreen Health executive director. Eastman is the exchange coordinator.


Art Gallery Photographs By Kristin Rey The incorrect title was listed for a photography gallery by Kristin Rey in the Friday, March 17, edition of The Post-Journal. The correct title, part of the Prendergast Library Art Gallery series, was “Beauty is Everywhere ... a photographic ...


Ban Would Lift Semi-automatic weapons In a Tuesday article on the SAFE Act, it was stated that legislation would lift bans on automatic weapons with cosmetic features. Correctly, legislation would lift bans on semi-automatic weapons with cosmetic features.

Living In Heritage Village

Eleanor A. Esch has been living in Heritage Village in Gerry for two years. She lived in her own home until she was 98. The length of her stay in Heritage Village was incorrectly stated in Thursday’s edition.

Fatal Logging Accident

An article in Saturday’s edition of The Post-Journal incorrectly stated that a 14-year-old Amish teenager was killed after falling from a horse-drawn cart in Conewango. The teenager died as a result of a log rolling over him after the accident.

Officials Not To Receive Unused Vacation Pay

In a Thursday article on the state Comptroller’s Office audit, it was reported that “three elected officials, the county executive, county clerk and county sheriff, weren’t supposed to receive pay for unused vacation time, which totaled $14,875.” Correctly, three elected officials, a ...

Endowment Proposal To Aid Tuition Relief

In a Dec. 7 article, it was reported that Reed’s endowment proposal would ensure endowment funds, which are tax-free dollars, go to reduce a student’s tuition by 25 percent. Correctly, Reed’s proposal would ensure approximately 25 percent of an endowment’s annual investment returns, ...