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February 13, 2016 Thumbs up to Allyssa Seeley, a sophomore at Maple Grove Junior-Senior High School, for being named a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Lowell, Mass., in June. more »»

Is Seven Times The Charm?

February 12, 2016 Hopefully, the seventh time will be the charm for mixed martial arts in New York. The state Senate recently voted for the seventh straight year to end the state’s ban on the sport. more »»

Cuomo’s Coming, But Don’t Get Your Hopes Up

February 11, 2016 Our economy in northern Chautauqua County is struggling mightily. It appears Gov. Andrew Cuomo has heard our cries. State Se. more »»

Playing The Blame Game

February 10, 2016 The blame game was in full swing this week as Congress held hearings on the Flint, Mich., water fiasco. more »»

Sobering Truth Does Not Equate Into Votes

February 9, 2016 With the nation’s first primary election of the 2016 presidential campaign coming up in New Hampshire today, it is safe to say the college-student vote will go primarily to Democrat candidate Sen. more »»

No Vote Of Confidence In Iowa

February 8, 2016 After Democrat voters caucused in Iowa Monday night, Hillary Clinton told reporters she breathed “a sigh of relief” at the results. She won, the Democrat contender for president noted. more »»

Developer Botches Public Information Efforts

February 7, 2016 Is it any shock residents of Spring Street and the surrounding area are angry and confused about the Jackson Spring apartment complex? The 20 people who recently attended a Jamestown City Council... more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

February 6, 2016 Thumbs up to Kev Rowe, an area musician who continues to branch out and try new things. Rowe recently started a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. more »»

IDA Needs Better Plan For Future

February 5, 2016 Chautauqua County’s economic development strategy has suffered plenty of blows. While a focus on growing tourism has potential, manufacturer retention has largely failed. more »»

Clinton Talks Like A Teenager

February 4, 2016 Hillary Clinton’s defense against overwhelming evidence she broke the law requiring her to keep national security information secret amounts to what a teenager might say after getting a parking... more »»

Are We Ready To Step Off From Food Stamps?

February 3, 2016 We’re not sure Chautauqua County is ready for a change in a federal rule that will keep able-bodied adults without dependents from getting food stamps as they continue looking for work. more »»

Enrollment Decline A Reflection Of City

February 2, 2016 We would be less concerned about the 6 percent decrease in Jamestown Community College’s 2015-16 enrollment if it was a one-year blip on the radar. It isn’t. more »»

New Isn’t Always Better

February 1, 2016 Millions of military veterans remember the famous Jeep, which made its mark as a light military vehicle that never seemed to meet terrain it could not conquer. more »»

Teresi Steps Off The Well-Worn Path

January 31, 2016 If Monday’s State of the City address is any indication, 2016 could be the year Jamestown finally departs from doing things the way they’ve always been done. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

January 30, 2016 Thumbs up to Paul Janson and Mark Olson for stepping up to purchase Heavy Press and Tool Inc., 583 Allen St., Jamestown. more »»

Amp Lawsuit: Past Against Future

January 29, 2016 The Chautauqua Institution Amphitheater battle pits the past against the future. more »»

State Should End GEA Now

January 28, 2016 One way New York state lawmakers can help our local school districts is to end what’s called the “gap elimination adjustment. more »»

Legislature Should Know About Overruns Before Work Continues

January 27, 2016 We have no doubt that county department heads and County Executive Vince Horrigan do what they can to make sure county projects are finished within their allotted budget. more »»

Justice Center Must Regain Public Trust

January 26, 2016 The Justice Center, which Gov. Andrew Cuomo established in 2012 to investigate abuse of people with developmental disabilities and others in state care, doesn’t seem to be working very well. more »»

Making College More Affordable

January 25, 2016 Federal student loan and grant programs have not made college more affordable. They have merely provided billions of dollars in taxpayer money to help pay for i. more »»

 
 
 

 

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