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Now not time to raise rates

September 4, 2015 Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fisher commented a few days ago that there is “a pretty strong case” for the Fed raising interest rates this month. more »»

Public schools: Master calendar needed

September 3, 2015 Wednesday was the first day of school for children going to Brocton, Cassadaga Valley, Dunkirk, Fredonia, Pine Valley and Ripley. more »»

Football: Cutting Jackson part of game

September 2, 2015 There is a petition drive online to keep Fred Jackson a Buffalo Bill. Frankly, considering that is a waste of time. A decision, for better or worse has been made. more »»

Taking care on the roads

September 1, 2015 Blame it on the late Labor Day for the confusion in education. Some area schools — such as Dunkirk and Fredonia — start on Wednesda. more »»

Shooting: Ignoring law turns tragic

August 31, 2015 It was a horrific story from Jamestown: a dog is shot and killed by a Chautauqua County sheriff’s deputy. In emotional fashion, many are quick to blame the person who pulled the trigger. more »»

REPOWERING: Cuomo still holds cards

August 30, 2015 Dec. 15, 2013, was supposed to be a historic day in Dunkirk. more »»

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

August 29, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST HERTLEIN RETIREMENT — Brocton’s School Superintendent John Hertlein’s resignation for retirement purposes was made official this past week. more »»

Is deficit a victory?

August 28, 2015 Get out those “mission accomplished” banners! Deficit spending by the federal government this year will be at the lowest level of President Barack Obama’s administration. more »»

Is deficit a victory?

August 28, 2015 Get out those “mission accomplished” banners! Deficit spending by the federal government this year will be at the lowest level of President Barack Obama’s administration. more »»

Route 60: Reconfiguration makes sense

August 27, 2015 Drive on Route 60 in the town of Dunkirk and you’ll see a lot of traffic every day. Thirteen thousand drivers daily, according to studies. more »»

NRG: Another setback for the area

August 26, 2015 Nothing ever comes easy in Chautauqua County when it comes to growing the economy. So it really is no surprise the NRG Dunkirk repowering has been delayed by a lawsuit. more »»

Great market except here

August 25, 2015 Here is a good indication of just how in shambles Chautauqua County’s job market is. Last week, the unemployment numbers came in for Jul. more »»

Dunkirk: Common theme, little defense

August 24, 2015 There is an obvious pattern in Dunkirk’s City Hall that deserved questioning last week. Where was the development department director? He was not at last week’s Common Council meeting. more »»

CONTRACTS: Small percents, major dollars

August 23, 2015 Another recent contract approval in the Fredonia Central Schools last week does nothing to fix the problem of increasing costs in our area district. more »»

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

August 22, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST LITTLE LEAGUE COACH GOES BIG — Congratulations to Mike Miga, a Brocton native, who is the coach of the Wilshire Riverside Little League team. more »»

Handling tension in the Mideast

August 21, 2015 Earlier this week, the Pentagon revealed U.S. Patriot missiles are being withdrawn from Turkey. more »»

Big boost for health care

August 20, 2015 The Johnson Foundation of Jamestown has made an impressive investment in the future of nursing and other health-related professions at, we hope, local hospitals. more »»

Education: Will opt outs have penalty?

August 19, 2015 New York state heard the message loud and clear: parents and students are choosing to opt-out of math and English Language Arts standardized tests. That is their right. more »»

Inaccurate signs cloud issue

August 18, 2015 Drivers around the region may have noticed some inaccurate signs around Route 60 and in the south county. Those signs mention that Bemus Point teachers are working without a contract. more »»

State visit: Coming to senses on borders

August 17, 2015 We hope leaders across our region were listening when New York state Secretary of State Cesar Perales, along with Director of Local Government Services Mark Pattison, made a stop at the incubator... more »»

 
 

 

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