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Well Worth The ‘Money’

February 19, 2014 SALAMANCA — If this was what a Floyd show would have been like in the prime of the band, I really am sorry to have missed i. more »»

Cabin Fever Cure

February 16, 2014 MAYVILLE — For many, braving the cold to sit on a bucket with hopes of reeling in the catch of a lifetime is not appealing. more »»

1986: A Look Back

February 15, 2014 ‘‘What could be more hopeless than a madwoman, marrying a drunk?’’ That colorful quotation is the first sentence in the novel ‘‘Curranne Trueheart,’’ by novelist Donald Newlove. more »»

Every Penny Counts

February 15, 2014 When it comes to saving the life of an animal in need, even loose change can make a difference. more »»

Welcome To The Machine

February 14, 2014 SALAMANCA — You’re driving down the road and out of nowhere, right there on the radio, “Young Lust” hits the airwaves. more »»

On Display

February 13, 2014 The 3rd On 3rd Gallery has once again opened its doors to the public, and with a new lighting system its exhibits look better than ever. more »»

Falconer Students Create Sculpture For Night Lights Exhibit

February 13, 2014 The work of eight Falconer High School sculpture students has found its way to Buffalo’s Botanical Gardens. more »»

Shred Of Hope

February 13, 2014 The second half of season 4 of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” has premiered, but I have yet to watch it, and I’m not sure when I will. Honestly, I’m much more excited for FUNimation’s “Attack On Titan. more »»

Overcoming Obstacles

February 12, 2014 Difficulty and hardship are expected any time a teenager needs to uproot and start over in a new place. more »»

Give It Your Best Shot

February 9, 2014 Curious Jimmy explores James S. Auria’s desk drawer. Send us your ‘‘Best Shot’’ of unique moments in your family’s life. more »»

The Amoralists

February 9, 2014 While reciting lines from William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” in his high school English class, James Kautz didn’t imagine a future in the arts, yet his life would come full circle upon becoming envelope... more »»

Vintage Valentines

February 9, 2014 The history of valentines can be traced back to St. Valentine, who died a martyr. A feast was named for him by the Catholic Church in the year 496. more »»

Heavy Hearts

February 8, 2014 A rare, but sometimes fatal acute coronary event that can lead to a heart attack in relatively young and healthy people has reared its ugly head in Chautauqua County. According to www.scadresearch. more »»

Family Benefit

February 7, 2014 A family man by nature, and a well-respected neighbor, Gregory Leeper may have passed away, but his legacy lives on. more »»

Jamestown In 1930

February 7, 2014 Over the years the state and local governments, the Chamber of Commerce and other organizations have issued dozens of surveys, reports, summary and promotional booklets about the features and... more »»

History & Healing

February 6, 2014 Two passionate individuals fighting for racial equality have found that one way to inspire others is by being the change they wish to see in the world. more »»

Tony Deyo To Perform At Tropicana Room

February 6, 2014 As Valentine’s Day quickly approaches, area residents looking for a unique way to celebrate the occasion may consider a dinner date with Tony Deyo in the Tropicana Room. more »»

Comics, Toys And Movies To Come In 2014

February 2, 2014 Let the spring thaw come! I care not whether it’s cold or warm. more »»

“Wink”-ing Through Winter

February 1, 2014 Almost every week, we end our column with a series of short announcements which are called ‘‘Winks of the Critical Eye. more »»

Foreign Affairs

February 1, 2014 A group of Jamestown Community College students had an opportunity to receive an invaluable, first-person lesson in international politic. more »»



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