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BUDGET Little debate on fly-car plan

October 24, 2016 When residents choose to live in rural areas that are not densely populated, they are doing so as a choice of getting away from the minor hustle and bustle of small cities and villages in the count. more »»

Big picture from Census

October 23, 2016 Last week’s OBSERVER?article regarding the U.S. more »»

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

October 22, 2016 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST LAUGHTER FROM LA — Karen Volpe, a Cherry Creek native, is bringing her Los Angeles comedy group The Boobe Sisters, to the local area. more »»

Other side of home sales

October 21, 2016 Let us hold the applause over news this week about the housing market until we are certain it is good news. It may not be. more »»

Fredonia should give support

October 20, 2016 The U.S. Customs and Border Protection wants to place a surveillance tower on property owned by the village of Fredonia. We believe the proposal should be approve. more »»

‘EYESORE’: Big opportunity in land plot

October 19, 2016 Thanks in part to the State University of New York at Fredonia, Exit 59 off the state Thruway has a fairly high volume of traffic. About a decade ago, Thruway officials said more than 1. more »»

Streak provides nice spark

October 18, 2016 Not since 2008 has a Buffalo Bills’ season started with such promise. That was the year, the Bills were 5-1 through six games and led by another No. 5 — Trent Edwards. But 2008 did not end so great. more »»

Fredonia: Rough road will remain

October 17, 2016 Over the past decade, there has been plenty of criticism — some vocal at board meetings while others just heard on the street — of the management of the Department of Public Works in the village of... more »»

No treats from leaders

October 16, 2016 What has been one of the most debated decisions recently in the Dunkirk-Fredonia area? Halloween hours, of course. more »»

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

October 15, 2016 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST YOUTUBE STARS — There are many of us who have posted videos to YouTube — or at least know someone who has. more »»

More questions on the EpiPen

October 14, 2016 People delighted to learn last week that Mylan Pharmaceuticals will pay the government $465 million to settle a dispute over EpiPens should consider two things: First, the entire EpiPen controversy... more »»

Use money already collected

October 13, 2016 On Tuesday, the New York State Association of Counties kicked off a new campaign entitled “Rescuing 9-1-1. more »»

Baseball: Region has ties to Cleveland

October 12, 2016 It is a sports renaissance of sorts in Cleveland. more »»

Time to give to campaign

October 11, 2016 Autumn is the perfect time to make a difference as the United Way of Northern Chautauqua County’s 2016 campaign is in its second month. more »»

Brocton: Moving vote a smart step

October 10, 2016 March voting is nearly becoming a thing of the past. more »»

Taking on pet project

October 9, 2016 Animals, especially our pets, are an important part of our lives. On Page D5 today you will find a photo from Sinclairville Elementary School, where the fifth-graders raised $725 for an injured dog. more »»

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

October 8, 2016 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST MARCHING AGAIN — Last Friday was the North Collins homecoming parade. But there was something extra special about it this year. more »»

NEW HIRE: Decision may be game-changer

October 6, 2016 The Silver Creek Village Board has hired Steve D’Angelo to serve as the village’s Street Superintendent. D’Angelo is currently the Hanover Highway Superintendent, an elected position. more »»

Agency, Congress share in blame

October 6, 2016 Mylan Pharmaceuticals and its chief executive officer, Heather Bresch, have been easy targets for politicians seeking to gain headlines as defenders of financially hard-pressed American familie. more »»

CONTRACTING: Taking away public process

October 5, 2016 About six months ago, Dunkirk city leaders stood firm on supporting the Project Labor Agreement that would be in effect for the proposed Athenex construction project in the tow. more »»



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