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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 »»

Thanks For All You’ve Done, Veterans

November 11, 2013 Today is Veterans Day, a time we pause to thank the men and women who so proudly and diligently serve our nation. As a society there is much we can do for our veterans each and every day. more »»

City, BPU Must Resolve Dividend Payment Issue

November 10, 2013 It is time once and for all for Jamestown and its Board of Public Utilities to decide how to handle dividend payments from the utility to the city. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

November 9, 2013 Thumbs up to Robert Crowell, a South Dayton man who recently donated $5,000 to the Chautauqua County 4-H Endowment Fund. more »»

Repeat Sellers: New Approach Needed

November 8, 2013 On Sept. 24, Jamestown police officers responded to a domestic disturbance on East Second Street. A man tried to run from police, who had to use a taser on the man, who was then found with a stolen . more »»

Teachers Honored For Their Work

November 7, 2013 Two area teachers were recently honored as part of the inaugural class of New York state Master Teachers. more »»

There Are No Losers On Election Day

November 6, 2013 A new leadership team will take the helm in Chautauqua County in January. More than 24,700 county residents took the opportunity to make a choice in the county’s future direction. more »»

County Home: Sink Or Swim

November 5, 2013 The 2014 Chautauqua County budget, as approved recently by county legislators, does not include any IGT funding for the Chautauqua County Home. The budget should stay that wa. more »»

Horrigan Headlines P-J Endorsements

November 4, 2013 Today is the calm before the storm for the 2013 election season. There will be no more press release, charges, counter-charges, photo opportunities or campaign mailings. The word is out. more »»

Your Voice On Home Vote Will Be Heard Tuesday

November 3, 2013 Never let it be said your vote doesn’t matter. Look at Wednesday’s 16-9 failed vote to sell the Chautauqua County Home as proof. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

November 2, 2013 Thumbs up to the true unofficial start to the holiday season. The seventh annual Toys for Tots Charity Ball will be held tonight at the Robert H. Jackson Center, 305 E. Fourth St. more »»

Duckworth Will Take JCC In Right Direction

November 1, 2013 The community will formally welcome Cory Duckworth, Jamestown Community College’s new president, today. more »»

Five Propositions Should Be Approved

October 31, 2013 Compared to the casino gambling proposition, five other propositions up for consideration on Tuesday are garnering much less attention. more »»

Casino Proposition A Clear Money Grab

October 30, 2013 There are six propositions on the ballot for Tuesday’s election, but only one generating statewide debate. more »»

No Way To Fairly Judge County Clerk Candidates

October 28, 2013 Whoever wins the race for Chautauqua County clerk has some big shoes to fill. After 20 years at the helm, Sandy Sopak is retiring from the positio. more »»

The Post-Journal Endorses Horrigan

October 27, 2013 Chautuaqua County residents will vote for a new county executive on Nov. 5. The two running — Democrat Ron Johnson and Republican Vince Horrigan — are newcomers in this level of governing. more »»



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