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August 1, 2015 Thumbs up to the Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Center for another sterling Lucy Fest. more »»

Train Station Has Momentum

July 31, 2015 The beautifully renovated Jamestown Gateway Train Station has gained momentum as an attraction for local residents and tourists. more »»

The Inconsistency Of Gov. Andrew Cuomo

July 30, 2015 Is New York among those self-proclaimed states that are open for business, as the state so loudly professed at a great cost to taxpayers last year? Or is it the self-proclaimed national leader of a... more »»

Congress Should Investigate Planned Parenthood

July 29, 2015 Planned Parenthood officials have cried foul over an expose by an anti-abortion group. more »»

Incentive Aid Idea Is A Winner

July 28, 2015 Perhaps Benjamin Spitzer, Chautauqua Lake Central School superintendent, should have been hired as the new state education commissioner. more »»

Trump Really Is Not That Smart

July 27, 2015 It is unlikely Donald Trump remembers what he was doing on Oct. 26, 1967. He was a student at the prestigious Wharton School of Finance, not having to worry about being drafted for the Vietnam War. more »»

School District Makes Right Call On SRO

July 26, 2015 It was plain to see more of a police presence was needed at the Jamestown Public Schools’ technology academy after an April incident in which two 16-year-old students attacked their teachers. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

July 25, 2015 Thumbs up to Derek Hosier, an Ashville native who recently traveled to Japan to present research at the Asian Congress on Nutrition in Yokohama, Japan. more »»

Committee Makes Right Call On Bigfoot Funding

July 24, 2015 The Chautauqua County Legislature’s Audit and Control Committee squashed funding for the proposed National Bigfoot Center in Ripley last week. Committee members made the right call. more »»

Yet Another Unfunded Mandate Hits County

July 23, 2015 A state law requires counties to pay 50 percent of the cost for individuals ordered by courts to receive psychiatric examinations and observations as well as young individuals ordered by Family Cour... more »»

Federal Officials Need To Answer To Hacking Fiasco

July 22, 2015 A company that kept information about a massive theft of personal information from its customers secret would be raked over the coals mercilessly by federal officials. more »»

Learning From A Greek Tragedy

July 21, 2015 No doubt many Greeks are upset with their prime minister this week, after he agreed to tax increases and entitlement cuts needed to keep the country’s economy from going belly-up. more »»

No New Gun Laws Needed, Only Enforcement

July 20, 2015 Gun control advocates — many of whom really wish they could outlaw any ownership of firearms by individuals — constantly claim new limits are needed to save lives. more »»

Lake’s Needs Can Be Put Off No Longer

July 19, 2015 The $60 million price tag to place sewers around the northern and southern portions of Chautauqua Lake is enough to make those with even the loosest grips on their checkbook shudder. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

July 18, 2015 Thumbs up to a community coming together once again during a time of trouble. more »»

Cuomo Seeks Publicity From Police Killings

July 17, 2015 New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal to have the attorney general’s office investigate incidents in which New Yorkers are killed by police seems like another way for him to get publicity. more »»

Mosquitoes Are More Than A Nuisance

July 16, 2015 The recent confirmation of the West Nile Virus in an Erie County pool makes this the perfect time to make sure we all do our part to protect ourselves against the common mosquito. more »»

Unenforceable Law Should Be Changed

July 15, 2015 Information recently released from the New York State Police shows relatively few assault weapon owners have complied with the New York state SAFE Act’s deadline for registering the weapons. more »»

County Makes A Needed Pro-Growth Decision

July 14, 2015 Fred Larson, a former Chautauqua County legislator and current Jamestown City Court judge, was one of the loudest critics of the county’s lack of industrial sites in the wake of Saturn Petcare’s... more »»

What Are Elected Officials Waiting For?

July 13, 2015 Federal budget deficits in the half-trillion-dollar a year range apparently are being viewed as a success by President Barack Obama and other liberals. more »»



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