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Local Health Care Receives $700,000

June 4, 2015 There is certainly a population in Jamestown that will make use of a new medical facility slated to open by Aug. . more »»

Senate Must Keep NSA In Check

June 3, 2015 Intelligence agencies want unfettered authority to invade our privacy. It is in the very nature of spying organizations such as the National Security Agency. more »»

The IRS Must Do A Better Job

June 2, 2015 Thieves stole about $5.8 billion from the Internal Revenue Service in 2013, by taking tax refunds due to people whose personal information they used to make the claims. more »»

Make Good Choices This Graduation Season

June 1, 2015 If history is any guide, hundreds of recent high school graduates will be drinking enormous quantities of alcoholic beverages at celebratory parties during the next few weeks. more »»

Cuomo Cheats Out Checks And Balances

May 31, 2015 Once again, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is showing a seeming lack of understanding about the way government is supposed to work. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

May 30, 2015 Thumbs up to all those involved in last weekend’s numerous Memorial Day activities across the region. more »»

Treatment Court Needs Funding

May 29, 2015 Judge John LaMancuso has seen a lot since starting the Jamestown City Treatment Court in February 2000. more »»

Reckless Drivers Put Road Workers At Risk

May 28, 2015 Highway construction and maintenance workers ought to be able to concentrate on doing a good job — not staying alive. more »»

Children’s Exposure To Drug Abuse Must Be Addressed

May 27, 2015 It has become sickeningly common for police and sheriff’s deputies in our area to charge illegal drug users with child neglect after finding little ones in unsafe, unhealthy homes. more »»

EPA Casts Big Brother’s Shadow

May 26, 2015 Like a child caught with his hand in the cookie jar, Environmental Protection Agency officials are admitting they made some mistakes with their “waters of the United States rule. more »»

Remembering Our Heroes

May 25, 2015 They were young men from the lushly forested hills of West Virginia and the barren deserts of Utah, from mill towns in Ohio and university communities in Connecticut. more »»

Government Entities Follow Their Own Interests

May 24, 2015 There are many arguments to be made for having fewer levels of government. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

May 23, 2015 Thumbs up to Tirell McEntire, a 25-year-old Jamestown native and aspiring hip-hop artist who was recently signed to a record deal. more »»

New Bill, If Passed, Will Speed Up FOIL Requests

May 22, 2015 The state Senate can strike a blow for open government by approving Senate Bill 1531, sponsored by Senators John DeFrancisco and Michael Ranzenhofer, that was approved by the state Assembly during... more »»

Property Tax Cap Benefits Taxpayers

May 21, 2015 New York’s property tax cap continues to serve its purpose for taxpayers during each school budget season. more »»

Senate Approves Two Bills That Could Reform Domestic Violence

May 20, 2015 Two measures approved recently by the state Senate deserve to become law. The first bill is S.3087, sponsored by Sen. more »»

Obama Fails To Mislead Americans

May 19, 2015 President Barack Obama has claimed war-mongers in the Republican Party want to derail his plan for an agreement with Iran over that nation’s development of nuclear weapons. It just isn’t true. more »»

Community Raises More Than 6,500 Pounds Of Food

May 19, 2015 To The Reader’s Forum: The National Association of Letter Carriers, the National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association, the United Way and the Salvation Army would like to thank the local community... more »»

Obama Muddles Relations With Middle East

May 18, 2015 A genuine foreign policy crisis is occurring, and President Barack Obama’s reaction to it betrays his clear failure to comprehend the peril his ongoing missteps have created. more »»

Debating The SAFE Act Is A Waste Of Time

May 17, 2015 The SAFE Act remains a divisive issue in New York state three years after its passage. That is evident by the number of lawn signs one can see pushing for repeal of the controversial la. more »»



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