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November 4, 2015 In court papers filed in the Small Cities school funding lawsuit, parents and the state agree that over the past five years the eight districts — including Jamestown — have not received $1. more »»

Everyone Should Vote Today

November 3, 2015 The signs have been up for a while. You’ve read the candidate announcements, questionnaires and coverage of local debate. more »»

Addiction Treatment Funding Is Critical

November 2, 2015 The tried-and-failed liberal approach of throwing money at the nation’s challenges has never worked — and never will. more »»

Reviewing The Candidates

November 1, 2015 As we noted a while back, it has been difficult to find candidates for office countywide. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

October 31, 2015 Thumbs up to the James Prendergast Library for making tough decisions to close a budget gap. more »»

Remember The County Home

October 30, 2015 In 2013, the race for the Chautauqua County Legislature’s District 11 seat became a referendum on the Chautauqua County Home. more »»

Dolce, Carrubba Pursue Common-Sense Initiatives

October 30, 2015 Editor’s Note: This editorial ran with an incorrect headline due to a copy desk error in the Thursday edition of The Post-Journa. more »»

Dolce, Carrubba Pursue Common-Sense Initiatives

October 29, 2015 City Council races in Wards 2 and 4 are interesting, but ultimately we feel the incumbents have more than earned re-election. more »»

Pagan Wants To Drive Down Health Care Costs

October 28, 2015 The race for the Ward 3 seat on the Jamestown City Council pits the Rev. Alfonso Pagan, the incumbent Republican, and Victoria R. more »»

Ward 1 Candidates Say Right Things

October 27, 2015 Both Tyler Case, a Democrat and political newcomer running for the Jamestown City Council in Ward 1, and Brent Sheldon, a Republican and the incumbent Ward 1 representative, say the right things. more »»

Residents Should Approve Forestville Dissolution

October 26, 2015 As consumers, we normally seek out getting the best deal possible on a purchase. Our attitude, you would think, would be the same when it comes to paying taxes and fees. more »»

Busti Should Release Budget Information

October 25, 2015 How much a taxpayer must pay for government services and how that money is spent is the very heart of government. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

October 24, 2015 Thumbs up to all of the City Council and Chautauqua County Legislature candidates who answered candidate questions mailed by The Post-Journal late in September. more »»

King’s Appointment Cause For Concern

October 23, 2015 New York state’s implementation of the Common Core Learning Standards failed miserably. Just ask local teachers, administrators, parents, students or elected official. more »»

Mandatory Vaccination Brooks No Argument

October 22, 2015 Given all of the challenges people in Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties have to deal with, concerns about vaccines should not be one of them. It was recently reported the U.S. more »»

County Needs Better Plan For Indigents

October 21, 2015 It’s been 52 years since the U.S. Supreme Court issued its 1963 decision in Gideon v. more »»

Help Reshape North Main

October 20, 2015 There will be several opportunities in the coming months for Jamestown residents to reshape North Main Street. The Jamestown Renaissance Cor. more »»

Early Release Is Not A Good Idea

October 19, 2015 Labeling criminals as threats to society merely because they have been convicted of low-level drug offenses is absurd, claim advocates of the approach. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

October 17, 2015 Thumbs up to all those who plan on heading to Dunkirk at 10:30 a.m. today to continue supporting the repowering of the NRG power plant. The gathering is to once again show support for NRG Energy Inc. more »»

Task Force Fails To Solve Problems

October 16, 2015 How many task forces does it take to fix the same problem in New York state? When it comes to education standards, the answer is at least two. For the second time in two years, Gov. more »»



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