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At Least GOP Voters Have Their Candidate

July 28, 2016 It turns out there may be something to that vast conspiracy then-first lady Hillary Clinton condemned in 1998. She got one thing wrong, howeve. more »»

Storm Clouds Brewing Over State Budget

July 27, 2016 Storm clouds are brewing for New York state’s budget. more »»

Is State Biting Off More Than It Can Chew?

July 26, 2016 State legislators did the right thing when they approved the eventual shift of indigent defense costs from counties to the stat. more »»

Clinton Gives Voters Little Reason To Celebrate

July 25, 2016 Democrat Party leaders no doubt are gloating about last week’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland, where the party last week nominated Donald Trump for president. more »»

Tax Analysis Shows Bold Decisions Pay Off

July 24, 2016 Residents in the village of Silver Creek and the town of Ripley pay among the highest property taxes in Chautauqua County. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

July 23, 2016 Two submissions to the Reader’s Forum and a story that ran on Page A1 in Tuesday’s edition are good reminders of the good neighbors in our midst. more »»

More People Mean Good Than Evil

July 22, 2016 Adopting the Old Testament eye-for-an-eye reaction to violence accomplishes nothing except, perhaps, to leave everyone involved blind. more »»

Pokemon Go Brings Good To Jamestown

July 21, 2016 Pokemon Go has brought a nice change to the Jamestown area. People are out and about, discovering areas of the county they may not have visited before as they hunt down Pokemo. more »»

Businesses, Large Events Should Include CPR Training

July 20, 2016 CPR has certainly changed a lot over the years. The problem is, we’re not sure many people know CPR has changed. more »»

The Supreme Court’s Faulty Logic

July 19, 2016 Has the U.S. Supreme Court ever heard of bribery? We aren’t sure the eight remaining justices on the court know much about how government works after reading the court’s decision in McDonnell v. more »»

Police Required To Do Too Much

July 18, 2016 “We’re asking cops to do too much in this country,” Dallas, Texas, Police Chief David Brown worried aloud last week. “Every societal failure, we put it off on the cops to solve. more »»

Lax Attitude Toward Security Not Acceptable

July 17, 2016 It turns out Hillary Clinton had an option she did not use, probably wisely, in defending her use of personal email servers for official business while she was secretary of state: Everyone else is... more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

July 16, 2016 It’s hard to believe it’s been eight years since Manley Anderson, a longtime fixture in The Post-Journal’s newsroom, passed away. Thumbs up, however, to Manley’s grandson Tyler. more »»

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 »»



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