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I’ll Have A Liverwurst On Rye With Onions And Yellow Mustard

There are times when things don’t always go quite as we planned them to go, not because of any design, or by sabotage, or unfair play, or someone else’s meanness, it just happened to be a day when we may have had a planned agenda, but circumstances, just happened to pop up that kept us from ...

Football Loyalty Is A Coat Of Many Colors

He finished breakfast, then stood up to leave the restaurant with his friends. As he was pulling on his jacket near our table, I spotted his 49ers t-shirt. Sort of a camel color with red print and logos. I smiled up at him and said, “You are definitely the bravest man in this room.” ...

Senn, Petersen Join Professional Staff At Chautauqua Eye Care

Since Hayden Senn was in first grade, he wanted to be an optometrist. No other career choice struck his fancy. You could say it was his vision quest. So, in high school, and in college, the Randolph native started job shadowing with Dr. Timothy Grace of Chautauqua Eye Care. After earning ...

City Eyes Elimination Of Parking Along East Second Street

The elimination of parking along East Second Street in Jamestown to make room for a dedicated bicycle lane will be discussed by City Council members Monday. On the agenda for the council’s Finance and Public Works committees is a resolution calling for changes to about 1.75 miles of East ...

Burham Sentenced To Decades For Kidnapping, Escape

“You’ll do anything to anybody to maintain your freedom.” That was just a small piece of the message Judge Gregory Hammond had for Michael Burham, who was sentenced to over 25 to 50 years in prison on charges including kidnapping and escape. Burham, a person of interest in a Chautauqua ...