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Forbes And Moyer Agree On Working Class

July 15, 2016 Steve Forbes has run twice for the Republican Party’s nomination to be President of the United States. more »»

Bank Auctions Indicate Growth In Jamestown

July 14, 2016 Perhaps the biggest challenge facing area development officials is how best to move Jamestown into the future while dealing with the vestiges of its past. more »»

Start-Up NY Has Started Very Little In Our Area

July 13, 2016 We didn’t need a state agency’s report to be able to judge Start-Up NY’s impact on Chautauqua County. more »»

Drug Dealers Need To Be Punished

July 12, 2016 For decades, drug dealers in New York state were sentenced under guidelines devised in 1973 under former Gov. Nelson Rockefeller. more »»

Zika Bill Veto Would Be Absurd

July 11, 2016 A bill to help battle the Zika virus and some of its victims has been passed by the House of Representatives. President Barack Obama says he will veto it if it reaches his desk. more »»

Stolen Guns In City Proves SAFE Act Flaws

July 10, 2016 It takes about an hour to drive from Jamestown to Tionesta, Pa.; between 2¢ and three hours to drive from Jamestown to Mansfield, Pa. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

July 9, 2016 Thumbs up to the state’s decision to spend roughly $730,000 on New York & Lake Erie Railroad Inc. more »»

Ripley, CLCS Are An Example To Follow

July 8, 2016 Remember all of the inflamed rhetoric before the votes to create a tuitioning agreement between Ripley and Chautauqua Lake central schools? Parents had questions about the amount of time children... more »»

Lakewood Needs More Openness, Fewer ‘Rules’

July 7, 2016 Bad feelings between some members of the Lakewood Village Board and Cara Birrittieri, the recently elected mayor, certainly escalated quickly last week. more »»

Separation Of Powers An Issue In This Election

July 6, 2016 In less than seven months, we Americans will have a new president. Perhaps then, we can try again on separation of powers. more »»

Overuse Of Executive Order Is Unconstitutional

July 5, 2016 President Barack Obama is accustomed to getting his way, even when that means trampling the Constitution. more »»

Make America A Better Place

July 4, 2016 Two hundred and forty years ago today, a group of Americans already branded as revolutionaries by their king made a final break with Great Britain and signed the Declaration of Independence. more »»

Foresight Needed In Regard To Cell Towers

July 3, 2016 It’s fitting that state Supreme Court in Mayville will be the site July 11 of lawsuits over the Chautauqua County Landfill in Ellery and the placement of cell towers in Lakewood. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

July 2, 2016 Thumbs up to a busy weekend of Fourth of July activities in Chautauqua County and a presumptive thumbs up to all those who will enjoy this long Fourth of July weekend safely. more »»

Drug Legislation A Reasoned Approach

July 1, 2016 Anecdotally, we have told dozens of stories over the years of people in our area for whom prescription drugs were a well-intentioned pathway into the spider’s web of drug addiction. more »»

Bemus Point Buses Will Keep Drivers Safe

June 30, 2016 Kudos to everyone involved in a Bemus Point partnership that can help businesses that rely on summer tourists and keep people safe at the same tim. more »»

State Needs To Provide Indigents With Public Defense

June 29, 2016 After more than 50 years, New York state has finally realized it made a mistake in how the state complies with the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1963 decision in Gideon v. Wainwright. more »»

Links With The UK Should Be Forged

June 28, 2016 The United Kingdom’s people and government are among the oldest, warmest, staunchest friends we Americans have. Surely U.K. more »»

Terrorist Prevention: Better Efforts Need To Be Made

June 27, 2016 In the rush to do something about people like Omar Mateen, mistakes are going to be made. more »»

Jamestown Hotels Are Waiting To Be Filled

June 26, 2016 It looks as if the former Holiday Inn on Fourth Street will reopen sometime in 2017 as a full-service DoubleTree by Hilton. The project’s recent steps forward are good news for downtown. more »»



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