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No Frozen Pipes In 58 Years

February 8, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: I read with interest Denny Bonavita’s recent column about living in an old farm house and frozen pipes. I also live in an old farm house, over 100 years ol. more »»

Weeding Through The Cannabis Debate

February 7, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: It’s hard to voice an opinion these days without provoking partisanship but some powerful issues go beyond politics. more »»

A Farmer’s Fix To Farm Bill Discussions

February 6, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: Dear Senator Stabenow, Given the current reported impasse in the negotiations of the 2014 Farm Bill my colleagues and I thought we might pose a suggestion to the leadership of... more »»

Breaking Down The Issues

February 5, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: The sum total of all political issues are these six: God, guns, gays, taxes, terrorists and abortion. No other issues exis. more »»

Remembering President Reagan

February 4, 2014 To the Reader’s Forum: Ronald Reagan’s birthday is February 6th. more »»

Bravo, Clymer Band

February 4, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: What an up-beat and enjoyable addition at a recent Clymer Vs. Chautauqua Lake girls basketball game. more »»

Carroll Landfill Project Is A Concern

February 3, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: I was surprised to learn that Chautauqua County was ranked as one of the worst in New York state with regard to the health of its citizens per The Post-Journal article dated... more »»

State Of The State Address Was Depressing

February 2, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: First and foremost, we don’t need a freeze in property taxes, we need a reduction. I’m quite certain that in two years we will still have the highest taxes in the country. more »»

SAFE Act Has Done Nothing

February 1, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: What has the SAFE act accomplished? Nothing. more »»

A Goal Accomplished

February 1, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: The shot fired across New York state on Jan. more »»

A Journey Through Fly-Over Country

January 31, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: Last, November, instead of spending a traditional Thanksgiving at home, my wife and I decided to drive, not fly, to Kansas City, the site of part of our medical training and... more »»

Criticism Of Rabb Is Misinformed

January 30, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: I was quite surprised and saddened to read an article criticizing the Jamestown City Council President, Dr. Greg Rabb, in a letter to The Post-Journal’s editor. more »»

Our City Deserves A Better Effort

January 29, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: Personal feelings about gay marriage aside, I’m exasperated by what appears to be self-serving incompetence by our leaders. My office overlooks the old Brooklyn Square area. more »»

Thank You For The Birthday Wishes

January 28, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: On behalf of Charlotte Burnap and her family, we would like to thank everyone who came to Charlotte’s 100th birthday party on Saturday, January 4, 2014. more »»

Hats Off To Don Emhardt

January 27, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: Hats off to Chautauqua Town Supervisor Don Emhardt. His fracking moratorium is prompted by his town’s proximity to Chautauqua Lake. more »»

Church Says Thank You For Support

January 26, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: Several years ago the steeple of the Sherman Community Church suffered damage during a windstorm. more »»

Losing Benefits? Let Congressman Reed Know

January 26, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: Do you know someone who is or has been unemployed? I do. You probably do too, since there are more than 7,700 unemployed adults in our county. more »»

Get Your Yearly Mammograms ASAP

January 25, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: I am writing this letter for two reasons. First, If you know someone who has not had their yearly mammogram, please encourage them to do so... more »»

Remember Your Pets During Cold Snaps

January 24, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: During the “polar vortex” that sent temperatures tumbling throughout the country earlier this month, countless animals suffered and died because they were left outdoors. more »»

Start-Up NY Creates Uneven Playing Field

January 23, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: It was around noon on Christmas Eve. I had a decision to make. I could go to a big box store or a small business for a Christmas gift. I decided to go to the small business. more »»



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