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Congress Must Investigate Slanted Justice System

April 27, 2015 Fairness and impartiality are at the foundation of the American concept of justice. It has been eroded to an alarming extent. more »»

Opt-Out Movement Reaches Peak

April 26, 2015 School administrators don’t like it, but parents across the state have spoken. The popularity of high-stakes testing has reached an all-time low, and the opt-out movement has arrived in full force. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

April 25, 2015 Thumbs up to three area residents whose work best represents Chautauqua County through the I Love CHQ contest. more »»

Brownfields To Be Redeveloped

April 24, 2015 Jamestown officials have long known redeveloping brownfields along the Chadakoin River is important for Jamestown’s future. more »»

Obama Orders Naval Blockade Against Iran

April 23, 2015 When then-President John F. Kennedy used Navy vessels to blockade Cuba in 1963, he made it clear they were to prevent Soviet ships from delivering missiles to the island nation. U.S. more »»

County Lawmakers Must Address Septic System

April 22, 2015 Chautauqua County has had several months to address a program to identify failing septic system. more »»

Keep Professional Development In JPS Budget

April 21, 2015 We wonder if the focus of Jamestown Public Schools board members is in the right place as they discuss this year’s budget. more »»

We Should Be Wary Of Iran Nuclear Deal

April 20, 2015 Members of Congress should be very leery of a proposal that amounts to painting themselves into a corner on a nuclear arms deal with Iran. more »»

Local Offerings Could Bolster Economy

April 19, 2015 Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul has high hopes for Chautauqua County. The Western New York native remembers childhood days spent at Midway State Park and riding the Bemus Point-Stow Ferry. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

April 18, 2015 Thumbs up to state Transportation Department approval of a mill and overlay project along Foote Avenue all the way to West Second Street. more »»

Chautauqua County Needs More Jobs

April 17, 2015 It should go without saying that Chautauqua County needs more jobs. more »»

Congress Needs To Fix VA Management

April 16, 2015 True public servants are frowned upon by some in the federal bureaucracy. Anyone daring to rock the boat by going public with evidence of malfeasance risks retaliation. more »»

CPS Needs Improvement To Prevent Child Abuse

April 15, 2015 How many times do we have to read about or hear the same horrible, sad story when it comes to child abuse? A couple of weeks ago, a 1-year-old Salamanca child was taken to Buffalo Children’s... more »»

Testing: State Education Department Fails To Communicate

April 14, 2015 Last year, we challenged the state Education Department to clarify New York’s policies on students who choose not to take part in state-mandated tests in English language arts and math. more »»

Climate Change Paranoia Invented By Alarmists

April 13, 2015 Climate change has been blamed by some for all sorts of evils, including Islamic terrorists. more »»

Besides Sales Tax, County Should Consider Other Options

April 12, 2015 Increasing Chautauqua County’s sales tax is County Executive Vince Horrigan’s short-term answer to closing the county’s budget deficit. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

April 11, 2015 As the old public service announcement said, reading is fundamenta. more »»

Obama Antagonizes Israeli Government

April 10, 2015 U.S. officials often intervene in the internal affairs of other countries, usually while insisting no such thing is happening. Often, such activities are aimed at undermining unfriendly government. more »»

Welfare Recipients Misuse EBT Cards

April 9, 2015 What do alcohol, tobacco, lottery tickets and adult entertainment have in common? These are all things New Yorkers can purchase through the misuse of Electronic Benefit Transfer cards without... more »»

Lucille Ball Statue Makes National News

April 8, 2015 A 400-pound bronze statue of Lucille Ball sat quietly in Lucille Ball Memorial Park in Celoron for roughly five years. more »»



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