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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 »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

October 26, 2013 As the air turns much colder, thumbs up to area high school teams battling out on football fields, soccer fields, volleyball courts, cross country courses and pools throughout Chautauqua and... more »»

Legislators Make The Right Decision

October 25, 2013 Common sense reigned Wednesday in Mayvill. more »»

Learning From The Past To Change The Future

October 24, 2013 It is a piece of the past and the present. In the village of Westfield, current Mayor Michael VandeVelde called together five previous mayors to discuss the happenings and their experience. more »»

Proper Facilities Are Part Of A Good Education

October 23, 2013 Voters in the Frewsburg Central School District will go to the polls Dec. 3 to vote on a $5,656,000 capital project. more »»

Ending The Shutdown Was The Easy Vote

October 22, 2013 U.S. Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning, admits Republicans’ strategy of shutting down the government to defund the Affordable Care Act was unwise. more »»

Computer Bugs Can Be Fixed, Obamacare Cannot

October 21, 2013 Don’t give up on the Obamacare website, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius urged Ohioans during a visit to the state on Wednesday. more »»

Teresi’s Budget Suggests Another Small City In Crisis

October 20, 2013 What does $33.6 million buy these days? It’s a good question for Jamestown residents who have spent the last week or so mulling Mayor Sam Teresi’s $33.6 million 2014 budget proposa. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

October 19, 2013 Thumbs up to those who have spent October doing their part to raise awareness of breast cancer and money to defeat a disease that has touched many of us in one way or another. more »»

Changes To Moreland Commission Should Be Implemented

October 18, 2013 Just because Gov. Cuomo’s Moreland Commission was doomed from the start doesn’t mean the state can’t take steps to end corruption. more »»

State Taxes: They Can’t Get Any Worse

October 17, 2013 Recently, Gov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled a new tax-relief commission that will look at a host of taxes, including business taxes, and ways to simplify the state’s tax cod. more »»

Common Core Meetings, Answers Are Needed

October 16, 2013 In case those in Washington, D.C., and Albany missed it, people have questions about the Common Core State Standards. They have a lot of question. more »»

Natural Gas Inspection Is Worth The Effort

October 15, 2013 Luckily, no one was injured when a natural gas leak sparked an explosion that destroyed a Ripley hom. more »»

State Can’t Handle Seemingly Simple Tasks

October 14, 2013 Gov. Andrew Cuomo went a little over the top in the wording of a referendum that asks New York voters for permission to expand casino gambling in New York state. more »»

State?Knows Best On School Consolidation

October 13, 2013 Taxpayers love to complain about lack of leadership when they’re unhappy with the direction their government takes. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

October 12, 2013 Thumbs up to the state Department of Transportation for moving up the timetable to resurface West Third Street between the Third Street bridge and McDaniel Avenue. more »»

Foreign Policy Questions Remain For Obama Administration

October 11, 2013 U.S. special forces’ capture of a notorious al-Qaida leader in Libya has been hailed as a coup in the war against terrorists. more »»

County Home, Vote Are In Spotlight

October 9, 2013 Tonight will be a clear sign of whether or not we as a county are ready and willing to forsake the familiar and begin making tough decisions to make our county a better place. more »»

Voters Can Be Part Of The Solution

October 8, 2013 Team spirit is evident between Brocton and Westfield. The two communities, with villages separated by only seven miles, are already partners in school athletics. more »»

Obama Isn’t Telling The Truth About Deficit

October 7, 2013 In arguing for bigger government, including the national health insurance takeover, President Barack Obama is being more than a little dishonest. more »»

 
 

 

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