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How Not To Roll Out New Programs

December 1, 2013 The Affordable Care Act and the Common Core State Standards are a lesson in how not to roll out new program. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

November 30, 2013 Thumbs up to a pair of local residents who are stepping up to expand horse programs for Chautauqua County 4-H. more »»

Much Work To Be Done Downtown

November 29, 2013 Over the past few weeks, The Post-Journal has chronicled some of the upper floor development projects happening in downtown Jamestown. more »»

Give Thanks During These Challenging Times

November 28, 2013 These are challenging times in which we live. The job market is unsettled. more »»

Randolph Shows True Holiday Spirit

November 27, 2013 We shouldn’t have been surprised by the response of Randolph residents in the wake of a fire that destroyed the parish hall at Grace Episcopal Church. more »»

Lincoln’s Words Hold True To This Day

November 25, 2013 A century and a half ago last week, one of the most profound, beautifully written speeches in the English language was delivered by President Abraham Lincol. more »»

Blame The Computer Just Won’t Do

November 25, 2013 Sit down for this one. more »»

City Should Take State’s Helping Hand

November 24, 2013 It was only 15 short years ago Jamestown was facing significant deficits, huge tax increases and staff layoffs. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

November 23, 2013 Thumbs up to another family who will receive a new home thanks to Habitat for Humanity. more »»

Big Shoes To Fill This Thanksgiving

November 22, 2013 For 17 years, Steve and Kay Ribbing opened their restaurant to any and all who needed a place to go on Thanksgiving. The need was so great that T.K. more »»

John F. Kennedy’s Enduring Legacy

November 21, 2013 “For I can assure you that we love our country, not for what it was, though it has always been great — not for what it is, though of this we are deeply proud — but for what it someday can, and,... more »»

Sports Mergers Really Only Affect The Kids

November 20, 2013 By all accounts, the combination of the Chautauqua Lake and Maple Grove football teams went well this year. more »»

Public Assistance Must Be Limited To County Residents

November 19, 2013 Legislators Jay Gould, R-Ashville, and John Runkle, R-Stockton, have a not-so-unique idea when it comes to welfare benefits for potential recipients: make sure those who are doing the taking have... more »»

Obama’s Shouldn’t Be Allowed To Settle

November 18, 2013 Barack Obama is not the first U.S. president to be taken in by con games pursued by other world leaders. more »»

Jackson’s Comments On Religion Ring True

November 17, 2013 How neutral is neutral enough when it comes to religion? That question will be decided when the U.S. Supreme Court issues its decision in Greece v. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

November 16, 2013 Thumbs up to the cream of the crop of the fall sports season as they advance to regional and state competitions. On the gridiron, Randolph and Jamestown advanced to Far West Regional competitio. more »»

Time Is Running Out To Reapply

November 15, 2013 Area homeowners who want a break on their property taxes are running out of time. Dec. 31 is the deadline to apply for the STAR tax relief program. more »»

Pull Out All The Stops To Help

November 14, 2013 Whenever anyone in the world is suffering from a massive natural disaster, Americans are among the first to send aid. That is as it should be. more »»

New Memorial A Good Idea

November 13, 2013 A faded photograph shows hundreds of Civil War veterans and their families dedicating the Museum and Historic Building in Little Valley. more »»

Government Needs To Put Veterans First

November 12, 2013 When our nation needed them, veterans of the armed forces responded quickly and decisively. more »»



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