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

June 25, 2016 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST SIGN IMPROVEMENTS — We want to applaud the unknown person who repainted the “Welcome to Sheridan” sign on Route 20, across from Sullivan’s... more »»

Ill results from a change

June 24, 2016 Republicans in the House of Representatives have introduced a plan to help more Americans obtain health insurance. more »»

Track relocation makes sense

June 23, 2016 On the back of T-shirts for the Gowanda track team is the slogan, “No track, no problem.” But that’s not quite true. It has been a problem. more »»

DEC: A new way to alert

June 22, 2016 We aren’t sure what is more galling — that there wasn’t already a law mandating disclosure of spills from publicly owned sewer treatment plants and sewer systems, or that such a law would be needed... more »»

City gets new attitude

June 21, 2016 Finall. more »»

Anniversary: Foundation is area treasure

June 20, 2016 Just look at them now! Today, the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation continues its 30th anniversary celebration with its annual meeting at 4 p.m. more »»

Flaws evident in officers

June 19, 2016 Municipalities are filled with derelict properties — not just in the city of Dunkirk, but in all of the area towns and villages. more »»

HIGHS AND LOWS: Best, worst of week

June 18, 2016 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST FLYING THE FLAG — June 14, 2016 marked the 100th year of the national Flag Day holiday since President Woodrow Wilson signed an executive... more »»

Bad proposals in good bills

June 17, 2016 There is much good in a defense spending bill approved overwhelmingly by the U.S. Senate this week. more »»

Not too late to voice opinion

June 16, 2016 You’re not too late to voice your opinion to see NRG converted to a natural gas plant, but you’re running out of time. You have until Friday. more »»

Common spirit in U.S., area

June 15, 2016 Judi Lutz-Woods, like the rest of America, can feel helpless after witnessing the horror we did in Orlando, Fla. There is hate among us. more »»

No tolerance for other views

June 14, 2016 We Americans debate matters such as whether people who believe biology is not really the determinant of gender should use certain restrooms. more »»

Tax push gets a setback

June 13, 2016 Libraries becoming taxing entities are an important issue countywide. more »»

FREDONIA Rewarding bad managing

June 12, 2016 Fredonia Mayor Athanasia Landis stood tall in taking responsibility for the lack of U.S. flags in the downtown area on Memorial Day. She understands why many are upset regarding the oversight. more »»

Some of the best, worst of the week

June 11, 2016 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST ARMY CORPS LEADER — Congratulations to Lt. Col. Adam Czekanski, a Sheridan native, who has assumed command of the U.S. more »»

Keep Cuba location open

June 10, 2016 President Barack Obama has become so desperate to keep his pledge to close the U.S. more »»

LIBRARY VOTE: Hold elections with school

June 9, 2016 One year ago, nearly 1,000 voters in the Dunkirk City School District cast votes on whether to make the Dunkirk Library a district library, with its own board of trustees and budget. more »»

Small steps to a future

June 8, 2016 Call it one more step in the healing process. more »»

Using caution as a motorist

June 7, 2016 If Sunday was any indication, it could be a dangerous summer for drivers, bikers and pedestrian. more »»

MEMORIAL DAY: Village forgets to remember

June 6, 2016 Now that Fredonia has a clock downtown, it may be time for the village to invest in a calendar. Across our region, U.S. flags flew in honor of the Memorial Day holiday in towns, cities and villages. more »»



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