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Investment In JPS Supports Broad, Continued Success

May 15, 2016 “We are lucky to have so many Advanced Placement and college-level courses at JHS, along with varied electives, giving students an opportunity to try different courses. more »»

‘White Men’ Headline Brings Attention To Drug Issue

May 15, 2016 I was startled to hear the conclusions of a study that stated ‘‘white men’’ of middle age have a shorter life expectancy. more »»

The King Of Pancakes

May 15, 2016 When I remember my grandfather Carl Victor Forsberg, who came here from Hallefors, Varmland, Sweden, I see him standing by the kitchen stove in his gray flannel pajamas and robe. more »»

Champion Animals

May 14, 2016 I knew we would enjoy our visit to Richmond, Va., but I never dreamed I’d see so many gorgeous animals — not only dogs, but horses, cows, sheep and pigs — all at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. more »»

Camp Onyahsa: It’s The Only Place For Me

May 14, 2016 I took a ride around the lake the other day and what I liked most was visiting the places that loom so large in my memory. more »»

From Your Own Garden

May 14, 2016 KENNEDY — Although Sue Abers cooks with the abundance of fruits and vegetables she and her husband, John, grow on their 100-acre certified organic fruit and vegetable farm in Kennedy, she admits “I... more »»

Editor's Note

May 14, 2016 For those of you who don’t know, Scott Shelters, city editor, has left The Post- Journal. He was hired in 2011 as a reporter and became an editor in 2012. more »»

Flyin’ High

May 13, 2016 SALAMANCA — Even at 72, the Space Cowboy is still a stellar performer. His 90-minute set at the Seneca Allegany Resort and Casino was proof that the guy still brings it every night. more »»

Transformation Of Churches

May 13, 2016 In recent years, we have heard much controversy over whether the United States was formed as a “Christian nation. more »»

Help Stamp Out Hunger On Saturday

May 13, 2016 Every second Saturday in May, letter carriers in more than 10,000 cities and towns across America collect non-perishable items from their postal customers who participate in the Stamp Out Hunger... more »»

Arrivals And Departures

May 12, 2016 By Gavin Paterniti gpaterniti@post-journal.com “Hello, hello, hello, hello. Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye, goodbye. That’s all there is. more »»

Season Finale

May 12, 2016 The second season of Trinity Guitars’ “Back Room Radio Hour” will conclude Thursday with performances by a conglomerate of program alumni. An affiliate of WRFA-LP 107. more »»

Third Annual Randy Jam To Be Held Sunday At Celoron Legion

May 12, 2016 Dozens of area musicians and hundreds of community members will descend on the Herman Kent Post 777 American Legion to celebrate one of their own. more »»

Sweet Serenade

May 11, 2016 There is nothing like hearing a song played live by the person who first performed it. This weekend, I had the opportunity and privilege to see Steve Miller Band in concert with my dad. more »»

Jamestown Grad Finds Success At Jamestown Business College

May 11, 2016 This feature is part of a series focusing on residents who have received scholarships from the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation and have moved back to, or remained in, the area to live and work. more »»

School Spirit

May 8, 2016 Many college students who stay the course graduate by the time they are 24 years old. more »»

School Spirit

May 8, 2016 Many college students who stay the course graduate by the time they are 24 years old. more »»

The Atkins Diet

May 8, 2016 Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of food columns about local restaurants, their most popular menu items and the chefs who prepare the. more »»

Collector’s Haven

May 7, 2016 LAKEWOOD — Since Elaine and Philip Caflisch built on a mother-in-law suite to their Big Tree Road home in Lakewood, it has been a win-win situation for them, as well as Elaine’s mother, Marguerite... more »»

WWII Era Advertising

May 6, 2016 A recent donation included a quaint and nostalgic artifact from the mid 20th century — a mechanical pencil that was also an advertising novelty for a local business. more »»

 
 
 

 

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