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Policing is working well

November 23, 2014 Silver Creek Trustee Warren Kelly, we believe, thinks he is looking out for the best interest of his constituents. more »»

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

November 22, 2014 It's been a rough week with all of the snow clean-up. We have praised many this past week for their hard work. more »»

Many stepped up in storm

November 21, 2014 One week ago, we learned of the impending storm. It was greater, much greater, than we could ever imagine. But there was one good thing to come from the storm: it made us a closer community again. more »»

Closing: A tough, but safe call

November 20, 2014 It is never an easy decision for any superintendent — to close or not close schools when it is snowing. No matter what happens, there will be criticism. more »»

Weather: All-day battle with snow

November 19, 2014 Winter returned to Western New York with a vengeance on Tuesday morning. Besides northern Chautauqua County, the suburbs of Buffalo took a huge hit. more »»

Leader’s efforts finally pay off

November 18, 2014 In March of this year, Arkwright town Supervisor Frederic “Nick” Norton made a plea to the state Public Service Commission. “I have been working with the EDP Energy Corp. more »»

Pomfret: Concerns heard in major vote

November 17, 2014 Pomfret Town Board member Ann Eckman was on record as wanting a revaluation in the town. She finds it almost intolerable that properties in the town have not been assessed since 197. more »»

City budget is ‘short’ fix

November 16, 2014 At a quick glance of the proposed Dunkirk city budget for 2015, there is some good news. No tax increase is included in the plan by current Mayor Anthony J. Dolce. more »»

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

November 15, 2014 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST FALL SWEEP — It’s been 10 years that SUNY Fredonia students have been participating in the annual Fall Sweep. more »»

Making good on promises

November 14, 2014 Earlier this year, a major, disgraceful scandal at the Department of Veterans Affairs made headlines. more »»

Making good on promises

November 14, 2014 Earlier this year, a major, disgraceful scandal at the Department of Veterans Affairs made headlines. more »»

Low attendance brings closing

November 13, 2014 Call it another sign of the times. The closing of the Dunkirk Senior Center lunch site by the Chautauqua County Office of the Aging ends an era of bringing residents together. more »»

Pomfret: Wait again on a reval

November 12, 2014 Pomfret is far behind the times when it comes to assessments. Its last assessment was done in 1974, which means homes currently valued at $150,000 are assessed at $30,00. more »»

Honoring those who battled

November 11, 2014 Among our friends, neighbors, co-workers and family members are men and women to whom we owe heartfelt gratitude today. more »»

Aftermath: Voters also love spending

November 10, 2014 Proposition Three is a perfect example of why voters are just as bad as the big-spending politicians they supposedly abho. more »»

Delay filling principal post

November 9, 2014 Consider it another round of musical chairs. An area school administrator is leaving her current position to take another in western New York. more »»

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

November 8, 2014 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST HISTORIC HONORS — On Thursday, President Obama posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor to Army First Lt. Alonzo H. Cushing. more »»

Pipeline may be on the way

November 7, 2014 Delays in constructing the proposed Keystone XL pipeline to bring Canadian oil to the U.S. have doubled the cost to build the facility, it was reported this wee. more »»

Dunkirk: Tour offers an opportunity

November 6, 2014 When announced in 2006, area leaders and residents had high hopes. Since its opening in 2009, however, the results have not been as bright as expecte. more »»

Cushing, area part of special day

November 5, 2014 Fredonia Mayor Stephen Keefe might have said it best about his expectations for Thursday in Washington, D.C. He said on Monday’s WDOE “Viewpoint” program he is “excited and nervous” at the same tim. more »»

 
 

 

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