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October 24, 2015 To The Readers’ Forum: Saturday afternoon, Columbus Day Weekend, I was finishing my late lunch and the ending of a short story I had been reading. more »»

Election 2016: It’s Time To ‘Hustle’

October 23, 2015 To The Readers’ Forum: Conservatives need to start practicing the “hustle.” We’ve been asleep at the voting booth. more »»

Debate Over Prendergast Library’s Artwork Continues

October 22, 2015 To The Readers’ Forum: The public is debating the question of whether the Prendergast Library should sell a portion of its art collection so that the proceeds can be used to cover general operating... more »»

George Spitale Gets Things Done

October 21, 2015 To The Readers’ Forum: I have lived on Hazzard Street for 20 years. more »»

Repair The ‘Sink Hole’

October 20, 2015 To The Readers’ Forum: You would think that with winter and snow coming just around the corner that the city of Jamestown would have repaired the “sink hole” which has developed on Washington Street... more »»

Southwestern Teachers Deserve Better Reputation

October 8, 2015 To The Readers’ Forum: Thumbs down to the lawn signs throughout the Southwestern School District? We are not asking to be rewarded. more »»

New York Needs New High School Football Division

October 7, 2015 To The Readers’ Forum: Is it time for a Class ‘E’ in New York high school football? The number of school districts that are struggling to field high school football teams in Class ‘C’ and ‘D’ (small... more »»

Cummins Steps Up Again

October 4, 2015 To The Readers’ Forum: Cummins has once again stepped up to provide meaningful community service by conducting a very efficient community recycling event. more »»

Ban On Microbeads Succeeds

October 3, 2015 To The Readers’ Forum: We applaud the Chautauqua County Legislature, and the leadership of Legislator George Borrello, for unanimously passing a ban on microbeads. more »»

BPU Should Purchase Better Transfer Station

October 2, 2015 To The Reader’s Forum: I wasn’t too happy reading the P-J on Sept. 22 when it came to the proposed hikes by the BPU, in particular the waste recycling rate. more »»

Be Careful What You Write

October 1, 2015 To The Reader’s Forum: I am all for editorial freedom, but please don’t get carried away. I was at the library board meeting on Thursday, the 17th of September. more »»

Chadakoin Playground Park Committee Thanks Musicians

September 30, 2015 To The Reader’s Forum: The Northside Community Chadakoin Playground Park Committee would like to thank the musicians who gave their time and offered their God-given musical talents in efforts to... more »»

Things Could Be Much Worse

September 29, 2015 To The Reader’s Forum: Any person who is warm, dry, safely housed and adequately fed should never consider themselves poor. The recent strife overseas should show us that. more »»

Chautauqua Gran Fondo Serves Veterans

September 27, 2015 To The Reader’s Forum: The organizers and volunteers of the first annual Chautauqua Gran Fondo worked very hard to make the bicycle tour a success. more »»

‘When In Doubt, Sit Them Out’

September 23, 2015 To The Readers’ Forum: Recent tragedies have occurred in both high school and collegiate sports which underscore the ongoing and absolutely essential importance of proper head injury management and... more »»

Trust Iran — You Must Be Kidding

September 17, 2015 To The Readers’ Forum: Before I was discharged from World World II my bomb group gave me the chance to volunteer for a mission in the South Pacific, an upgrade in rank and pay — I refuse. more »»

Humbling Lessons Learned

September 16, 2015 To The Readers’ Forum: I was hopeful when I tried to run as a candidate for the office of Mayor of Jamestown, but it did not take too long to realize how futile such an effort is. more »»

Landfills Need To Give Residents A Break

September 13, 2015 To The Readers’ Forum: A lot has been discussed lately about the need for out-of-county waste at the landfill, at a cost of less than $40 a ton, to generate revenue. more »»

Salvation Army To Kick Off Red Kettle Campaign

September 10, 2015 To The Readers’ Forum: It is always good to look ahead and have a plan of action, hence the reason for this note. more »»

Local Companies Come Together To Make A Child’s Wish Come True

September 9, 2015 To The Readers’ Forum: My daughter’s Make A Wish came true!!!!! Please help me give proper shout outs to all who have helped this to happen. Suzannah is 1. more »»



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