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Government Should Save USS?Monitor

February 4, 2014 After nearly a century and a half at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, a treasure of American history was raised in 2002. more »»

Obama’s Way Is Not The American Way

February 3, 2014 President Barack Obama could have saved some time in his State of the Union speech, summing up his attitude toward government with a simple hand gesture. more »»

Caprino Building Issue Can Be Solved

February 2, 2014 Lakewood residents are right when they say it is time for the Lakewood and Busti governments to be located in one building. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

February 1, 2014 Thumbs up to focusing on those with interesting stories to tell. more »»

City Vision Can Become A Reality

January 31, 2014 If there is one takeaway from Mayor Sam Teresi’s annual State of the City address, it is this — Jamestown isn’t where it needs to be, but it is making progress. more »»

Schools Should Get More Bang For The?Buck

January 30, 2014 Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed $137.2 billion state budget for 2014-15 should be popular among area school superintendents. It isn’t. more »»

You Are Not Bo Duke, Obey The Law

January 29, 2014 Who knows why people lead police on high-speed chases? Perhaps people saw “Smokey and the Bandit” or “The Dukes of Hazzard” a few too many times and think they can actually outrun the law. more »»

Stay Warm, Stay Safe

January 28, 2014 Another wave of arctic-cold weather has hit the area. With it will come an increase in the number of house fires — and possibly, deaths in them. more »»

Extremism Is A Problem In N.Y.

January 27, 2014 Liberal Democrats are fond of condemning so-called extremist conservatives. New York Gov. more »»

Economy Is A Problem For Both Sides Of The Aisle

January 26, 2014 We had hoped discussions of the degree to which Chautauqua County’s economy is struggling would have ended in November. Apparently, we were wrong. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

January 25, 2014 Thumbs up to the local appearance of the snowy owl, a beautiful white owl that has been seen perched on elevated points like fenceposts, roofs or utility poles in the northeastern United States,... more »»

State’s Approach To DWIs Needs To Expand

January 24, 2014 Even one innocent person hurt by someone driving while intoxicated is too many. more »»

Knappenberger Breaks The Mold

January 23, 2014 Music educators in Chautauqua County knew about Kent Knappenberger’s dedication to his students long before news broke Tuesday that Knappenberger had won the inaugural Music Educator Award from The... more »»

Environmental Issues Key To Chadakoin Plan

January 22, 2014 Jamestown’s Urban Design Plan contains grand visions for the Chadakoin River. The river, which was once Jamestown’s lifeblood, is now largely a shell of its former self. more »»

Eads Fits The Bill For Reg, Arts District

January 22, 2014 The opening of the renovated Reg Lenna Civic Center in 1990 was the start of the brick-and-mortar renovations in Jamestow. more »»

A Few Minutes Could Save A Life

January 21, 2014 For those with certain illnesses and suffering from serious injuries, blood transfusions can be the difference between life and death. more »»

Mental Health Is Issue For Mass Murderers

January 20, 2014 Prosecuting attorneys in Connecticut have concluded that 20-year-old Adam Lanza “displayed no aggressive or threatening tendencies” before he massacred 20 children and six adults at the Sandy Hook... more »»

Community Must Join Drug Abuse Battle

January 19, 2014 “Jason” is a heroin addict. He started abusing prescription drugs Vicodin and Oxycontin before moving to heroin, a drug on which he told The Post-Journal he has overdosed three times. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

January 18, 2014 Thumbs up to all the young people who will take part in today’s Studio Dance Showcase at 2:30 p.m. in the chapel at Lutheran Social Services, 715 Falconer St., Jamestown. more »»

Rent Increase Too Dramatic For A Nonprofit

January 17, 2014 The Chautauqua County Legislature’s Public Facilities Committee did the right thing Monday in tabling discussion of a roughly $32,000-a-year rent increase for Cornell Cooperative Extension in the... more »»



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