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

December 12, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST PEARL HARBOR REMEMBRANCE — Dec. 7, 1941 was a day that went down in infamy. more »»

Getting emotion in simple idea

December 11, 2015 Criticism of presidential candidate Donald Trump’s proposal to ban Muslims from entering the United States is absolutely right on ethical grounds. As Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-Wis. more »»

Hanover: Smart choice was on tap

December 10, 2015 There was a sensible decision in Hanover recently. Town Board members heard a request by town assessor Jeanne Ebersole to attend a conference on wineries and microbreweries in Corning. more »»

HEALTH COSTS: Bigger push, more savings

December 9, 2015 With the north county water district now in the hands of Chautauqua County legislators, Chadwick Bay representatives are moving on to a new task that might be just as important: a joint health plan... more »»

Park’s rebirth is testament

December 8, 2015 At first glance, Gateway Park in Gowanda may look like just another neighborhood gathering spot. Trees have been planted. Grass is green. But what a transformation. more »»

HISTORY: Shocking news, then and now

December 7, 2015 Seventy-four years ago today, the United States was under attack. Japanese planes bombed Pearl Harbor in the morning hours to the nation’s shock and dismay. It brought our country into World War II. more »»

Pomfret: Some unrest over the tax

December 6, 2015 Judging by the response, Peter Pett’s idea for a lawsuit against the town by Pomfret taxpayers seems to have had a strong case. But it probably would not go very far in a court of law. more »»

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

December 5, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST ¯ HOLIDAY SEASON — Whether in Fredonia, Silver Creek or Dunkirk, the holiday season is in full force today. more »»

Revenue is not an expense

December 4, 2015 Many observers, especially officials in the 50 states worried about highway funding, applauded action by Congress this week to provide $281 billion in transportation funding during the next five... more »»

CRIME: When power becomes greed

December 3, 2015 Chalk up one more reason to distrust your governmen. more »»

WATER WOES: Distasteful answer for volunteer

December 2, 2015 Local government, while many consider it to be the most responsive, may also be the nastiest. more »»

NY should not own attraction

December 1, 2015 Peter Sullivan of Bemus Point should be applauded. In the summer of 2014, he took his 7-year-old grandson to Midway State Park. While there, the two decided to go mini-golfin. more »»

Shopping: Going local still the best

November 30, 2015 If it is the first day of work back from Thanksgiving for many, then this is what has become known as Cyber Monday — the day many do their shopping via computer for Christmas gifts. more »»

Putting spin on spending

November 29, 2015 Most of the time when someone is saving money, it is an indication they are not spending it. Do not tell that to the Hanover Town Board, which will be paying $5. more »»

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

November 28, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST ‘MOOSE’ GETS A HOME — Volunteers at the Lake Shore Humane Society had tears in their eyes when they learned that their ‘unadoptable’ dog... more »»

GOVERNMENT: Crimes bring only demotions

November 27, 2015 Two high-ranking Department of Veterans Affairs officials bullied managers lower on the bureaucratic totem pole into accepting job transfers so they could take the vacated jobs — with less work but... more »»

Coming together on special day

November 26, 2015 Thanksgiving, we all know, is more than just a feast. It is a time for togetherness with family, close friends and reflection on how fortunate we are to be Americans. Our country is like no othe. more »»

Public minimum is a bit higher

November 25, 2015 State Gov. Andrew Cuomo was upstate last week touting the $15 an hour minimum wage proposal for public employees who work in New York. more »»

Our generous nature grows

November 24, 2015 When it comes to giving at the holidays, very rarely does this area ever disappoint. more »»

Fredonia: Wait on filling trustee post

November 23, 2015 What is the rush? Does the village of Fredonia really need to fill its open trustee seat that was vacated by Susan Mackay just recently? If you ask village Mayor Stephen Keefe, the answer is no. more »»



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