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We Used To Be Able To Swim ...

August 21, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: Our most important commodity is water. However our governments — federal, state and county — have been ignoring all the problems that have been going on for many years. more »»

Good Luck, Youngsters

August 20, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: When you hear the politicians and talking heads on Wall Street say, “Their economy is slowly getting stronger,” they speak the truth. Their economy is getting stronger. more »»

Welfare Benefits: Blame The State

August 19, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: I am a County Legislator and I serve on the Human Services Committee. more »»

Time To Act Accordingly

August 18, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: An American general is murdered in Afghanistan. Several others wounded, including a German general. Tell me again, Mr. more »»

‘An Echo Through The Canyon’

August 17, 2014 On Sept. 9, 2013, 12-year-old Rebecca Ann Sedwick of Lakeland, Fla., jumped to her death after being bullied for over a year by at least 15 girls. more »»

Great Job, Law Enforcement

August 15, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: I am so grateful to the men and women who make up our law enforcement community for their diligence in uncovering the huge drug trafficking ring in Jamestown recently. more »»

God Bless America?

August 14, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: Why do politicians end every speech with “God Bless America”? Are we hoping God will continue to bless our nation with wealth and power? If so, how should we use that wealth... more »»

Mains: Thanks For Car Restoration

August 13, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: It is now time to say “Thank You” to the team who restored the 1970’s Sportsman race car owned by Austin Main. more »»

Nelsons Are Fighting The Good Fight

August 12, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: I would like to thank Keith and Glenda Nelson of Falconer for their tireless efforts to find a solution to the terrible mosquito situation in the village. more »»

Inconsiderate Smoker Ruins Racing Fan’s Fun

August 11, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: Attending Stateline Speedway recently I observed the following positive items and one rude, inconsiderate fan that had to continuously show how many cigarettes he could smo. more »»

Keeping ‘The Late Show’ In New York City

August 10, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: Just a couple of comments on your Aug 5th Editorial criticizing the $16 Million in tax credits the state extended to CBS in order to retain ‘The Late Show’ in NYC. more »»

Gardens Are A Welcome Sight

August 8, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: Recently I had the pleasure of participating in the Grow Jamestown program. You may have noticed the signs around town. more »»

Amphitheater Plans Need An Upgrade

August 6, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: The Chautauqua Institution likes to claim that its “Upgrade Plan” is improving its historic Amphitheater, a structure that has been called our community’s “beating heart. more »»

Photos Were Taken By Me

August 5, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: With reference to the recent Post-Journal article on my book, ‘‘Town of Chautauqua: Journey Through Time,’’ the following information would be helpful for readers. more »»

Bike Path Is Bad For Business

August 4, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: A bicycle path from West Third Street to the outlet is being constructed and will displace 20 to 30 parking spaces utilized by tenants of the Westgate building, next to the... more »»

What Mr. Bliss Forgets

August 3, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: In a recent editorial, James Bliss scolds the “anti-government” crowd for intentionally forgetting the benefits created by the federal government. more »»

We Can Still Save The Ground Beneath Our Feet

August 2, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: We read the pros and cons of fracking and while I don’t consider myself to be an alarmist, I do think we should be well informed about every possible result of manmade... more »»

Amish Horse Manure, Really!

August 1, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: The Amish use horse and buggy as their sole transportation which excretes horse manure. Manure does not harm the environment in any way. more »»

Out-Of-State Freeloaders Get What!?

July 31, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: The Human Services Committee recently heard benefit proposals on Welfare to Work at a meeting in Mayville. more »»

What Is Tolerance?

July 30, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: After Michael Sam (the first openly gay athlete to be drafted into the NFL) kissed his boyfriend on national television, many people expressed discomfort, including another... more »»



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