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Retrospective

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Thirty years ago — 1992 Gov. Mario Cuomo recently called for a voter-approved $800 million bond act to spur the economy in what he said would be the largest economic revitalization program in New York’s history. In his 10th State of the State message to the Legislature, Cuomo sharply ...

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Thirty years ago — 1992 Chautauqua County residents, along with other citizens of New York, could be in for “a heart-palpitating shock” this year if growth in the cost of Medicaid continues at its present pace. Both Chautauqua County Executive Andrew Goodell and a spokesman for the New ...

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Thirty years ago — 1992 During last year’s mayoral campaign, newly elected Dunkirk Mayor Margaret Wuerstle pledged that if she were elected, she would eliminate the car phone and the office water cooler that former Mayor Greg Krauza had installed during his term in office. She did just ...

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Thirty years ago — 1992 It will be a defensive Buffalo Bills team that heads to Minneapolis for its second straight Super Bowl appearance on Jan. 26 against Washington. The Bills’ defense outlasted Denver’s, 10-7, at Rich Stadium in a classic AFC Championship game played on bright, ...

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Thirty years ago — 1992 The Outstanding Citizen Program, one of eight Education First Programs sponsored by Hills Department Store, has been implemented in over 410 elementary schools to date. A list of Outstanding Citizens at Forestville Elementary School chosen for December includes Julia ...

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Thirty years ago — 1992 The sale of local radio stations WDOE/WCQA to a group which owns radio stations in Jamestown and DuBois, Pa., was made official when the Federal Communications Commission granted approval of a license transfer on Dec. 31, 1991. The new “North County Broadcasting ...