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A Storied Career

September 14, 2013 From reporting for The Post-Journal, acting as staff sergeant in the Army reserves during Vietnam, to a decade of serving as director of communication for Chautauqua Institution, many years working... more »»

Chalk Stars

September 12, 2013 The sidewalks of downtown Jamestown will receive a temporary makeover during the second annual Great Jamestown ChalkWalk. more »»

At The Barre

September 8, 2013 The barre workout craze has made its way to Jamestown, and it is becoming increasingly popular among area residents. more »»

Inner Beauty

September 7, 2013 A Jamestown High School freshman will compete against nearly 80 other contestants vying to be crowned Miss New York Teen USA 201. more »»

Laughing Matters

September 5, 2013 Friday night stand-up comedy is coming back to Jamestown. more »»

Chalan Williamson To Play Local Gig Before Returning To International Tour

September 5, 2013 PANAMA — Chalan Williamson, a Panama native who has traveled extensively as an international musician, has returned from abroad to perform a series of shows. more »»

‘Everything Is Connected’

September 5, 2013 Although it has been nearly a year since its theater debut, I finally found three hours to enjoy “Cloud Atla. more »»

Bound For Life

September 1, 2013 “Can you help me read the book by pointing to the words as I read them?” asked Paula DeJoy to her two daughters. more »»

Nerdin’ Along

September 1, 2013 Today’s column marks a special milestone for me. By my count, today’s installment of “Nerding Out” is my 50th for The Post-Journal. more »»

How Does Reading Develop In A Child?

September 1, 2013 It is important that parents understand how children develop reading skills, especially since the new Common Core Learning Standards expect all subject areas to include reading and writing. more »»

A Reason To Walk

August 31, 2013 Each September, hundreds of area residents gather at Chautauqua Institution to join in solidarity for the common cause of walking to end the most common form of dementia. more »»

Harvest Celebration

August 29, 2013 FINDLEY LAKE — Area residents looking to spend some time near the lake before summer ends will have plenty to do beginning Friday. more »»

Jazz Artists To Gather At Chautauqua For Festival

August 29, 2013 CHAUTAUQUA — After 15 years of annually providing a venue for musicians to hone their skill and interact with others in the field, Jazz at Chautauqua will return for another season. more »»

A Wild Summer

August 29, 2013 Willow Creek Winery and Well Worn Boot have teamed up for the second annual single-day camping event Wild Wild Fest. more »»

A Chautauquan For Life

August 25, 2013 CHAUTAUQUA — Chautauqua Institution’s director of the department of religion, the Rev. Dr. Joan Brown Campbell will host a welcome ceremony for her successor, the Rev. Dr. more »»

Flavors Of Military Life

August 24, 2013 After eight years as a Marine Corps wife, Johnah Rowland and her three children have moved back to her hometown while awaiting their husband and father’s return from training for his second career. more »»

Fenton History Center: 1980-84

August 24, 2013 This article is part of an ongoing series that looks at the history of the Fenton History Center, and how it has grown throughout the decades to keep up with the changing city around it. more »»

Woman Riding Horse Across Country On 25-Month-Long Trip Stops In Clymer

August 24, 2013 CLYMER — The American Dream has always been to go west, but Sea G Rhydr has never been one to follow someone else’s dream, anyway. more »»

Power To Grow

August 23, 2013 Four Chautauqua County students have received free iPads through the scholarship program of a local autism awareness grou. more »»

Lakewood Groups Work To Re-Establish World War II Honor Roll

August 23, 2013 LAKEWOOD — Officials from the Lakewood American Legion Post 1286 and the Lakewood History Museum are working to re-establish a memorial for village World War II veterans. more »»



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