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Decision is no cause for alarm

October 14, 2013 A recent decision by the Brocton Village Board is one more example of government looking as though it is working for its constituents. more »»

Comment guidelines for upcoming vote

October 13, 2013 With Election Day a little more than three weeks away, it is time for our annual reminder to readers regarding the candidates on our Opinions page. more »»

Visibility key to market

October 13, 2013 About three weeks ago, this corner chimed in about the city of Dunkirk’s efforts regarding the Farmers’ Market. It was a disgrace. more »»

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

October 12, 2013 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST FIREFIGHTER HONORS — Sheridan volunteer firefighter Ron Keddie, who died in June 2012 after having a heart attack while responding to a... more »»

Shutdown: Lack of web site a tantrum

October 11, 2013 Just because the federal government is in shutdown mode, it does not mean it has to even take down the Web sites. A trip to www.census. more »»

Dunkirk: Special game and donation

October 10, 2013 Fans across the nation watched on television as their favorite National Football League teams donned pink towels, sneakers and caps to raise awareness for breast cancer during the last wee. more »»

County: Home, vote are in spotlight

October 9, 2013 Tonight will be a clear sign of whether we as a county are ready and willing to forsake the familiar and begin making tough decisions to make our county a better place. more »»

COUNTY: Budget plan far from perfect

October 8, 2013 The 2014 Chautauqua County budget has plenty of reminders that there is still much work to be done next year. County Executive Greg Edwards presented the Chautauqua County Legislature a $230. more »»

MERGER: Districts have ‘similarities’

October 7, 2013 Team spirit is evident between Brocton and Westfield. The two communities, with villages separated by only seven miles, are already partners in school athletics. more »»

CABLE?ACCESS ‘Something’ is not happening

October 6, 2013 When you pay for a service, you expect a product. But for whatever reason, city officials are being very patient with the lack of a product from Michael Carbone and Andre Cobham. more »»

NEW YORK?STATE: Questionable choice for new commission

October 6, 2013 Another commission has been formed by state Gov. Andrew Cuomo. This one is targetting tax relief for residents. One of the co-chairs of the commission? Former state Gov. George Pataki. more »»

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

October 5, 2013 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST BENEFIT SUPPORT — We want to applaud all those who not only attended the Damon Janes benefit last Sunday, but also all the companies and... more »»

Shutdown: The two sides on health care

October 4, 2013 Some in Congress might have been more interested in delaying Obamacare if they and their staffs had to cope with anything like it. But they do not. more »»

Ripley: No winner in legal battle

October 3, 2013 How can taxpayers cost other taxpayers more money? Quite simply, by filing a lawsuit — and that is exactly what the Ripley school district faced after a tuitioning vote was approved last February. more »»

Campaign: United Way touches many

October 2, 2013 For the fund-raising campaign of the United Way of Northern Chautauqua County, it is all about the numbers. more »»

County: No one to blame in Mayville?

September 30, 2013 Comments from County Legislature Chairman Jay Gould made this corner cringe last week. more »»

Ceremony is special tribute

September 30, 2013 On Saturday morning, a portion of the Westfield community took part in a special ceremony to remember Sgt. Kevin M. White, who lost his life in May 2011 after serving in the U.S. Army in Afghanista. more »»

Group’s pitch offers ‘trust’

September 29, 2013 Not often do residents approach local boards with a solution to a problem. But that is exactly what John Gullo did last week in Fredonia. more »»

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

September 28, 2013 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST WILLIAMS STREET CROSSING — It may take a while, but we support the idea of having the State Department of Transportation do a study on... more »»

Health care: Another trap in the program

September 27, 2013 Some companies and organizations that initially accepted federal money to act as “navigators” for the new federal health care law, “Obamacare,” are returning the funds, claiming they have been... more »»



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