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Findley Lake Provides Unexpected Fall Fun

September 8, 2013 I didn’t really know what to expect when my girlfriend and I pulled off the highway and into Findley Lake last weekend for the 16th annual Harvest Festival. more »»

Dr. King’s Dream And The Declaration Of Independence

September 1, 2013 August 28 marked the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington. Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech at that great rally is rightly honored as one of the greatest speeches in American history. more »»

In Washington, Ideology Need Not Reign Supreme

September 1, 2013 As I speak to people about the Congress, one question arises more than any other: Why is Congress gridlocked? People are perplexed and disappointed with its performance, and are searching hard for a... more »»

Access To Data An Overlooked Issue With Common Core

September 1, 2013 There’s an intense debate right now over “Common Core,” an effort to implement a set of education standards in public schools nationwid. more »»

Regional Water System Important For County Residents

August 25, 2013 As chairman of the Chadwick Bay Regional Development Corporation I would like to state how important I feel a regional water system is to our area. more »»

How Business Can Help Us Avoid The Looming Retirement Crisis

August 25, 2013 I am a business leader, a baby boomer, and a consumer. more »»

Airport Developments Attack The Status Quo

August 25, 2013 So often we hear the words “change is hard to do.” Recently, those of us on the airport commission heard about a new approach to airline flights out of Jamestown. more »»

SAFE Act Opponents Aren’t ‘Unfeeling And Unintelligent’

August 25, 2013 Regarding the open letter to Senator Young about her support of repealing the SAFE Act: I though this gentlemen’s comments were inappropriate, uninformed, and ridiculous, especially based on the fac... more »»

Chadakoin River Essential To History, Growth Of City

August 18, 2013 Jamestown is here because the Chadakoin River is here. more »»

Citizens Must Speak Out Regarding Landfill Expansion

August 18, 2013 Those of us who live in the immediate vicinity of the Chautauqua County Landfill are affected by its operations on a daily basis, and we see first-hand the amount of waste that is being brought in... more »»

Why Not Just Abolish The NSA?

August 18, 2013 Notice that all the public discussion about the NSA’s supersecret, massive surveillance scheme assumes that the NSA has become a permanent part of American life. more »»

Differing Views On The Minimum Wage

August 11, 2013 As a business owner who runs a manufacturing company with 150 employees, I strongly support increasing the federal minimum wage, which has been stuck at just $7.25 an hour since July 24, 2009. more »»

How To Help Fast-Food Workers

August 11, 2013 Doubling the minimum wage may seem like a good way to help fast-food workers, but it would hurt them instead. more »»

Union, Business Unite To Support NRG Repowering

August 11, 2013 Members of the Dunkirk Area Labor Council, the Southwest Building Trades, Chautauqua County Labor Coalition, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and the Chautauqua County Chamber of... more »»

Let’s Have A Better Conversation

August 4, 2013 During the Public Service Commission public hearing forum, a few comments brought us back to the old debate of fossil fuel vs. renewable energy. more »»

The Economics Lesson Obama Needs To Learn

August 4, 2013 President Obama is again turning his attention to the elusive economic recovery. more »»

Officer Thanks Local Blue Star Mothers, Who Thank Community

August 4, 2013 An open letter to the Jamestown area community written by the commanding officer of a platoon currently deployed to Afghanistan and adopted by the Blue Star Mothers, Lake Erie NY4 Chapter: ? ? ?... more »»

RePower NRG: Our Position Is Clear

July 28, 2013 Last Monday, I joined state and local officials and over 2,000 residents who filled the Williams Center at SUNY Fredonia to overflowing capacity for the Public Service Commission’s public hearing on... more »»

Now, We Need You!

July 28, 2013 On July 15, we heard the voices and saw the faces of our fellow Chautauqua County citizens as they addressed the New York State Public Service Commission. more »»

Competition Is Rapidly Changing College

July 21, 2013 Is the traditional college doomed? More and more people think so. more »»

 
 

 

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