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Where county rates are low

March 24, 2015 High taxes are a fact in Western New York. And a recent Empire Center for Public Policy report found our region is No. 1 in the state when it comes to tax burden. more »»

DUNKIRK: Still waiting for response

March 23, 2015 You heard it straight from the mouth of Dunkirk Councilman at-Large Willie Rosas. more »»


March 22, 2015 Each time the next step has been needed to be made in regard to the north county water district, Fredonia Mayor Stephen Keefe has given his approval on behalf of the village. more »»

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

March 21, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST MORE MUSICALS — We mentioned previously that musicals are taking place this weekend at Cassadaga Valley (Mary Poppins), Silver Creek (Littl... more »»

White House Secret Service mess continues

March 20, 2015 After a string of scandals and failures involving the agency’s key duty of protecting the president and first family, President Barack Obama was urged to appoint an outsider to head the Secret... more »»

Schools: Class acts at musicals

March 19, 2015 Our annual showcase of talent is in full swing at area schools with a full slate of weekend performance. more »»

Eliminate fifth trustee

March 18, 2015 There were some well thought-out proposals in Fredonia Mayor Stephen Keefe’s final budget proposal for the villag. more »»

Buffalo gets a winner

March 17, 2015 March Madness is becoming a popular item in Western New York. more »»

Dunkirk: Getting serious on regionalism

March 16, 2015 On Friday morning, Dunkirk Mayor Anthony J. Dolce was saying a lot of the right things. In particular, he talked about greater regional effort. more »»

CONSOLIDATION Entities put future first

March 15, 2015 Anyone who has followed the proposal for the North County Water District knows it is tough to get different local communities to work together. more »»

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

March 14, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL — Last night, Fredonia High School performed Cole Porter’s long-time musical “Anything Goes,” which continues tonight an... more »»

EMAILS Can Clinton deliver trust?

March 13, 2015 Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who is running for president whether she will admit it or not, is telling voters that on matters of importance to every American, we will have to trust he. more »»

Rate, workers on decrease

March 12, 2015 Here’s the good news: Chautauqua County’s jobless rate in the month of January decreased by 0.7 percent from 8.5 percent to 7.8 percent. Now the bad new. more »»

NRG: Project stays on course

March 11, 2015 A project almost all of Dunkirk and most of Chautauqua County has gotten behind takes another step today. As part of the modifications to the NRG Energy Inc. more »»

50 years later, U.S. remembers

March 10, 2015 All Americans should be deeply grateful widely institutionalized racism seems to have been eradicated in our country. That is not to say bigotry does not exist. more »»

Brocton: Missed chance still stings

March 9, 2015 Things could have been differen. more »»

DUNKIRK: City is open to partnerships

March 8, 2015 Smile, Dunkirk. There are reasons to be positive about the direction the city is headed. A new seawall is being constructed on Lakefront Boulevard. There will be more summer festival. more »»

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

March 7, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST COLD PRACTICE — Last weekend, when the outside temperatures were at minus 16 degrees, area firefighters went and dug a hole in Cassadaga... more »»

IRAN: A warning is ignored

March 6, 2015 Reaction by President Barack Obama and some others to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s warning about Iran’s weapons buildup was curious, to say the least. more »»

Right time to decrease

March 5, 2015 Pine Valley’s Board of Education made a difficult decision in cutting staff more than a month ago. Another decision is much easier. Currently, nine members make up the district’s school board. more »»



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