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CBS Tax Break Is Nothing To Laugh At

August 5, 2014 Stephen Colbert had better be really, really funny as the replacement for David Letterman on “The Late Show,” because the $16 million in tax credits the show is getting from state taxpayers is no... more »»

Gibson Needs To Show Real VA Reform

August 4, 2014 Six months. That is how long Congress should give Acting Veterans Affairs Secretary Sloan Gibson to make progress in providing better health care service for veterans. more »»

Breakdown Must Be Corrected

August 3, 2014 Wednesday morning’s Operation Horseback says little about the Jamestown community that we didn’t already know. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

August 2, 2014 Thumbs up to all of the area youth in Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties who will take their talents to the Great New York State Fair in mid-August. more »»

Creek Stabilization Is Step In The Right Direction

August 1, 2014 One of the biggest issues facing Chautauqua Lake is the nutrients that make their way into the lake. more »»

AIDS Initiative Is A Worthwhile Plan

July 31, 2014 It isn’t often we agree with Gov. Andrew Cuomo, but his plan to end the AIDS epidemic in New York state is one we can all get behind. more »»

Sweet Sassy Molassy, It’s Time For The Rodeo

July 30, 2014 The longest consecutively running rodeo east of the Mississippi River celebrates its 70th anniversary today in Gerry. The Gerry Rodeo opens at 8 p.m. today at the Gerry Rodeo Grounds. more »»

Pay Attention To The Man Behind The Curtain

July 29, 2014 Voters should not ignore the latest revelations concerning the shenanigans Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration is involved i. more »»

US Foreign Relations: Damaged Beyond Repair?

July 28, 2014 At least President Barack Obama has always made it clear he prefers dabbling in domestic policy and doesn’t understand much about foreign relations. more »»

Reoffenders Taking Up Police Manpower

July 27, 2014 Does Jamestown have enough police officers? It is an interesting question given recent criminal activity in the city, most notably the robbery, assault, sex crimes and shots fired at a Jamestown... more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

July 26, 2014 Thumbs up to the biggest family reunion to visit Chautauqua County this year. more »»

Lillian Dickson Park Brightens North Side

July 25, 2014 The north side of Jamestown is a little better place to live now that Lillian Dickson Park has been renovated. more »»

Lundine Report Still Offers Worthwhile Ideas

July 24, 2014 Two recent discussions of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s tax freeze program are just the latest examples of why things never change in New York state. For those who don’t know by now how Gov. more »»

Chautauqua County Fair Full Of Fun Activities

July 23, 2014 A showcase of some of the best that Chautauqua County has to offer continues throughout the week at the Chautauqua County Fairgrounds. more »»

BNP Paribas Settlement Should Go To Infrastructure

July 22, 2014 New York taxpayers stand to gain at least $2.2 billion from the bad behavior of French bank BNP Paribas. more »»

IRS Explanations Full Of Obvious Holes

July 21, 2014 Internal Revenue Service officials testifying before Congress in the probe of the agency’s harassment of conservative organizations have acted shocked — shocked — at suggestions a coverup is... more »»

State Lawmakers Should Support Schneiderman’s Bill

July 20, 2014 State lawmakers should give serious consideration this fall to legislation proposed earlier this year by Eric Schneiderman, state attorney general, to help municipalities deal with abandoned... more »»

Local Municipalities Can Combat Zombie Properties

July 20, 2014 Failure by the state to pass zombie property legislation doesn’t mean area lawmakers can’t implement some of Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s recommendations. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

July 19, 2014 Thumbs up to a mid-July rite of summe. more »»

In Wake Of Flooding, Randolph Does It Right

July 18, 2014 It isn’t easy to navigate the maze of red tape after a natural disaster occurs. The tornado that ripped through the Randolph area in 2010 gave town officials firsthand experience of tha. more »»



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