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Critters Crossing Roads? Be Careful

June 8, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: As we get into the warmer months, we’re seeing a lot more critters wandering in our backyard and unfortunately, our road. more »»

Shootings Cause More Than Physical Pain

June 8, 2014 In regards to the latest shooting in Jamestown, it’s been said “no one was hurt” in the incident. Depends on your definition of “hurt. more »»

Hofgren Family Thanks Community

June 7, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: The family of Randy Hofgren wishes to extend a heartfelt thank you to everyone who worked to make Randy-Jam a wonderful celebration. more »»

Patient Pleased With WCA Hospital Help

June 7, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: Recently I had all my testing done for my upcoming surgery at WCA, which consisted of blood work, a bone scan, x-rays and an EKG. more »»

Please, Take Care Of Our Gifts From God

June 6, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: Child abuse is one of the saddest and most tragic problems we face. From just a few weeks old to a young teenager, this huge problem must be dealt with a high priority. more »»

Ellery/Bemus Point Residents — Speak Up or Forever Hold Your Breath

June 5, 2014 By David Wesp As I walked out to my car this morning, a seagull flying from the landfill and headed to the lake, dropped a “poop bomb” that narrowly missed me, but nailed my car. more »»

Not All Heroes Wear Capes

June 4, 2014 On Friday, May 16th, I was reminded that not all heroes wear capes. These individuals can be right amongst us, and we would never know unless someone else spoke up for them. more »»

Today’s Thought Just ‘Twisted Scripture’

June 2, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: On the front page of the May 13 edition of The Post Journal, there appears a blip titled “Today’s Thought. more »»

Hold On To Your Honey

June 1, 2014 Wait! Don’t throw out the jar of honey in your pantry! A recent Post Journal article advised readers to dispose of and replace honey after one year. more »»

Postal Carriers, Bikers Disrespectful

May 31, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: Why is it okay for our postal carriers, amongst others, to cut across lawns to get to other customers homes? I find this rude and very disrespectful. more »»

Thanks, Foster Parents

May 30, 2014 As we celebrate National Foster Care Month in May, New Directions Youth and Family Services would like to thank foster parents throughout Western New York for opening their homes and more importantl... more »»

The After-Prom Committee Thanks You

May 29, 2014 Falconer After-Prom was another huge success this year for the 26th year. There were 172 kids and several students that attended from other schools. more »»

Westfield, Brocton Should Revisit Merger

May 26, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: This is an urgent letter regarding the Westfield-Brocton school merger debate. The time has come to revisit the merger. more »»

Garbarts Thank Community

May 24, 2014 To the Readers’ Forum: The benefit for Terri Garbart was a huge success. We would like to thank all businesses, groups and people who donated Chinese auction items, food and money. more »»

Everything’s Going To Be Okay

May 23, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: First of all, many apologies for all the typos in a letter I wrote recently. The title of the letter before it was changed at publication was, “To Merge Or Not To Merge. more »»

Lavish Lifestyle Sends Wrong Message

May 22, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: We should publicly thank the contributor to this column who in Friday, May 9, provided us with facts he researched on taxpayers cost of the Oval Office holiday. more »»

CAP Thanks Community

May 21, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: The Child Advocacy Program and the Chautauqua County Child Abuse Multidisciplinary Team are grateful to the sponsors, table captains and community donors who collectively made... more »»

Lawrence’s Daughter Makes Appeal To Public

May 19, 2014 To the Reader’s Forum: I’m appealing to the people of Chautauqua County to join the effort underway to save the murals which are currently slated for demolition at the James Prendergast Library. more »»

County Making Progress On Poverty

May 18, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: I was very happy to see that there is a concerted effort on the part of county officials and agencies to address the serious problem of povert. more »»

Contact Your Legislator About Drug Bill

May 18, 2014 To The Reader’s Forum: As the Legislature debates new bills, one of particular importance is the Drug Treatment Bill, A7003-A and S4623-A introduced by Assemblyman Michael Cusick, D-Staten Island,... more »»

 
 

 

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