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Highs and lows: Some of the best, worst of the week

April 25, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST RELAY ON CAMPUS — Relay for Life held in June has been a powerful and successful event, raising both funds and awareness about cancer in the... more »»

 
 
 
CONGRESS Federal rules cuff leadership

April 24, 2015 Drug Enforcement Agency head Michele Leonhart is retiring — forced out of office because members of Congress were angry she had not responded decisively to reports of wrongdoing among DEA agents. more »»

School assault: There’s value in SRO position

April 23, 2015 Fredonia village trustees say they can’t justify spending village tax dollars on a school resource officer. more »»

Earth Day: Area already going green

April 22, 2015 A special anniversary has arrived today: it is the 45th Earth Day. There is a full-page advertisement and special section included in today’s edition. more »»

‘Frustrating’ issue gets some hope

April 21, 2015 Town of Perrysburg officials are a bit more upbeat about prospects for the J.N. Adam site after a meeting last week. State Sen. more »»

Forestville: More penalties for residents

April 20, 2015 In its “do-gooder” mentality last March, county legislators did not truly understand the message they were sending the fiscally troubled village of Forestville. more »»

NEW YORK STATE Start-Up is in stall mode

April 19, 2015 At least our area is not lagging too far behind when it comes to a major state initiative. Last week, an unlikely coalition took on the New York’s highly touted Start-Up New York program. more »»

Highs and lows: Some of the best, worst of the week

April 18, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST MUSICAL SHOWCASE — Last weekend, Chautauqua Lake Central School hosted the very first Musical Theatre Showcase. more »»

DEFICIT ‘Slightly' up is still unsightly

April 17, 2015 Federal deficit spending is up only “slightly” from last year’s levels, according to a report this week. During the first six months of the fiscal year, deficit spending was $2. more »»

Sharing: Cooperation brings reward

April 16, 2015 In the spirit of cooperation, which area municipalities and schools need to continue to embrace for positive strides for our region, two districts are hoping to share a director of curriculum. more »»

Fredonia: Stubborn act alive and well

April 15, 2015 If there was any more evidence needed about the village of Fredonia’s lack of cooperation with others, it was on full display Monday night. more »»

Better safe than sorry

April 14, 2015 In two instances last week, area police agencies sent out warnings to residents about potential abductions. Fortunately, both reports turned out to be not the case. more »»

Fredonia: Big picture in fire finances

April 13, 2015 Facing a fiscal crunch with the loss of Carriage House operations in the 2015-16 budget year, Fredonia trustees are making the right choice by not adding three additional part-time firefighters to... more »»

PROPERTY TAX Decrease must be ‘mandatory’

April 12, 2015 Albany’s new culture, despite the efforts of Chautauqua County legislators last month, does not take well to any tax increase. Under state Gov. more »»

Highs and lows: Some of the best, worst of the week

April 11, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST INTO RETIREMENT — The OBSERVER would like to salute Mary Ann Herrington. more »»

CALIFORNIA Demand saps water supply

April 10, 2015 Climate change has been blamed by some for all sorts of evils, including Islamic terrorists. more »»

Good words for reading

April 9, 2015 Under way for nearly two weeks, the Big Read is worth a look at your community library. Through the Daniel A. more »»

County: Use of medication not a good sign

April 8, 2015 A heroic deed by law enforcement officials is becoming quite alarming. more »»

schools Unity is key for sharing

April 7, 2015 Most, if not all, school officials in the region say they want to have more “sharing.” Sharing services is seen as a way to help lower costs, but still keep school identity. more »»

Dyngus day: Celebrating Polish heritage

April 6, 2015 Shopping at stores locally over the past week, we’ve seen chocolate bunnies, egg coloring kits, jelly beans, Easter lilies and ... pussy willows. more »»

EASTER He is still with us

April 5, 2015 “I am with you always, even unto the end of the world.’’ This was, according to St. Matthew, the final message Jesus of Nazareth gave his disciples before he ascended into heaven. more »»

 
 

 

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