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Foundation Aid Fight Should Take Center Stage

March 15, 2016 State Sen. Catharine Young, R-Olean, has fought hard and well to decrease the impact the Gap Elimination Adjustment on schools in her Senate distric. more »»

GOP Convention Should Be Secure

March 14, 2016 Perhaps it is a reflection of the rough-and-tumble process Republicans are enduring as they attempt to pick a nominee for president, but for whatever reason, Cleveland police are expecting trouble... more »»

Repeat Drug Dealers Require Additional Jail Time

March 13, 2016 The battle against heroin locally requires added attention, particularly in light of disturbing statistics regarding a Big Tree Road residenc. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

March 12, 2016 Ten years ago, Angelo and Ylsa Guiffre hosted Come Fly With Me, a series of benefit performances for the James Prendergast Library. Thumbs up to history repeating itself in 2016. more »»

Kasich Is The Adult In The Presidential Race

March 11, 2016 With the field of contenders for the Republican nomination down to four, two of them have adopted a strategy that helped propel one, Donald Trump, to the lead. Sens. more »»

Trucking Industry Could Fill Job Void

March 10, 2016 Some common sense appears needed to restore some balance to the trucking industry. There are roughly 500 trucking jobs open in the Western New York region, including dozens locally, at a time when 5. more »»

Sorry, Albany — Paid Family Leave Will Still Cost Extra

March 9, 2016 A letter in The Sunday Post-Journal attempted to bring some clarity to the issue of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s paid family leave legislation. more »»

Partnership Can Help Accomplish Long-Held Goals

March 8, 2016 We’re not sure why it hadn’t happened yet, but it’s good to see that the Jamestown Riverfront Management Council is interested in joining the Chautauqua Lake and Watershed Management Alliance. more »»

Who Really Needs A Muzzle?

March 7, 2016 No doubt many politicians, both Republican and Democrat, cheered Donald Trump silently for a comment he made last week. more »»

Breaking The Spell Of Sorcerer Cuomo

March 6, 2016 Gov. Andrew Cuomo must unveil the true costs of his proposed paid family leave progra. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

March 5, 2016 Boating enthusiasts know the name Chris Craft. They may not know that, for a short time in the 1940s, the iconic boats were made right here in Chautauqua County. more »»

Section 6 Shouldn’t Change Rules On Thunderdragons

March 4, 2016 One great thing about sports is that the rules, aside from some minor changes, stay the same year after year. more »»

A ‘Great Job’ After Trouble

March 3, 2016 Chautauqua County Sheriff Joseph Gerace may have summed it up best early Wednesday morning on his Twitter account: “Train derailment in Ripley. 14 cars derailed from a 33 car train. more »»

PSC Decision Sets Table For More Important Discussions

March 2, 2016 The state Public Service Commission’s decision last week in the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities’ mini rate case clears up much more than simply how much electric rates will increase for BPU... more »»

Regional Solutions Commission Is Much-Needed

March 1, 2016 Legislator George Borrello, R-Hanover, is in for a busy year. Borrello has proven himself to be a capable legislator, so he would have been busy anyway. more »»

Funding Needs To Be Redirected

February 29, 2016 How worried are you about the Ebola virus? You remember, Ebola — the disease that was in the headlines in 2014. How about the Zika virus? Yes, the one making news now. more »»

Now Is The Time To Solve Diversity Issue On Boards

February 28, 2016 Members of the Hispanic community weren’t happy when the decision was made to end a Hispanic navigator position a couple of years ago. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

February 27, 2016 Thumbs up to a new future for the iconic Surf Club in Bemus Point. more »»

Make Pension Forfeiture Part Of State Budget

February 26, 2016 Crime doesn’t pay — except for the state Legislature’s convicted felons. Disgraced Dean Skelos, the former Senate majority leader found guilty of corruption, collects a $96,000 annual pensio. more »»

Hospitality Training Should Be Countywide

February 25, 2016 While we wish the better-paying jobs that come with manufacturing and other segments of the economy were expanding in our county, we also can’t ignore the fact that tourism is one of the few sectors... more »»



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