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Communication Breakdown Will Risk Public, Police Safety

August 18, 2016 There is so much wrong with the mess over new police communications systems that it’s hard to know where to begin. more »»

Landlord Registration Laws Must Be Enforced

August 17, 2016 It is disappointing, though certainly not surprising, to see so few of Jamestown’s rental properties represented on the city’s landlord registry. more »»

Healthy Lake, Healthy Economy

August 16, 2016 Anecdotal evidence suggests this summer’s weather and the clarity of Chautauqua Lake is driving more people onto the lake — and more money into the pockets of lakefront businesses. more »»

When Facts Needs To Be Checked, And Checked Again

August 15, 2016 One of those “fact check” analyses of presidential candidate Donald Trump’s speech on the economy made the limits of such writing very clear. more »»

Nothing, Not Even Cost, Deters State

August 14, 2016 Ten years ago, Chautauqua County legislators approved experimenting with an electric vehicle fleet to see if they could save taxpayers some money and be more environmentally friendly at the same time. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

August 13, 2016 Thumbs up to the Chautauqua Children’s Safety Education Village for its upcoming Open to the Public Day from 10 a.m. to noon Aug. 23. more »»

Sporadic Rain Might Not Be So Bad

August 12, 2016 It’s been a wonderful summer to spend lazy days swimming or boating on Chautauqua Lake. All of those dry days just mean there is a little less of the lake than there was at the start of the year. more »»

Demolition Is A Step Forward, But We Must Fill Empty Lots

August 11, 2016 Jamestown has taken the wrecking ball to roughly 60 dilapidated homes over the last two year. more »»

Why Worry About Credibility Now?

August 10, 2016 With many Americans, both Democrats and Republicans, questioning the wisdom of a proposed 12-nation trade pact, its supporters are offering what they hope will be a persuasive argumen. more »»

Tax Structure Limits Start-Up NY

August 9, 2016 It is good to see New York’s legislators asking questions about underperforming economic development program. more »»

Zika Vaccine Should Be A Priority

August 8, 2016 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisory that pregnant women should stay out of a section of Miami is not the most disturbing news about the Zika virus this week. more »»

New Airline Has Short Time To Prove Itself

August 7, 2016 We hope the last three days of comedy-related events in downtown Jamestown provide a glimpse into the future of downtown once the National Comedy Center opens. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

August 6, 2016 Thumbs up to the Roger Tory Peterson Institute for its “Talkin’ Trash” community cleanup campaig. more »»

Debate Commission Needs To Change Schedule

August 5, 2016 By late September, even voters interested in the presidential election may be ready for some football as an alternative to politics. more »»

Length Of Term To Be Decided In Vote

August 4, 2016 We have spoken out often against the never-ending request to lengthen the term of office for local elected representatives as well as the repeat recommendations of salary commissions to raise the pa... more »»

New Nonprofit Organization To Benefit Hispanic Community

August 3, 2016 Max Martin has a unique vision for a nonprofit organization that will help area Hispanic families realize the American dream. more »»

Common Ground Needed In Process

August 2, 2016 Process is important. But sometimes, common sense is much more importan. more »»

More Reason Needed To Pull The Trigger

August 1, 2016 Charles Kinsey has told reporters the North Miami, Fla., police officer who shot him admitted he did not know why he pulled the trigger. more »»

New Airline Has Short Time To Prove Itself

July 31, 2016 Airlines have come and gone from the Jamestown airport over the past 10 years. Customers have, unfortunately, gone and not come back. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

July 30, 2016 Thumbs up to state Sen. Catharine Young, R-Olean, for her role securing a new traffic light near Falconer Central School where two students were injured in April. more »»



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