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Endorsement: No sure odds with casino

October 30, 2013 There are six propositions on the ballot for Tuesday’s election, but only one generating statewide debate. more »»

Justice race is close call

October 29, 2013 In the race for state Supreme Court justice for the eighth district, Chautauqua County residents have a choice between two worthy candidates: Mark Montour and Paul Wojtasze. more »»

Endorsement: Uncertainty with clerk

October 28, 2013 Whoever wins the race for Chautauqua County Clerk has some big shoes to fill. After 20 years at the helm, Sandy Sopak is retiring from the positio. more »»

Our choice for executive

October 27, 2013 Chautauqua County residents will vote for a new county executive on Nov. 5. The two running — Democrat Ron Johnson and Republican Vince Horrigan — are newcomers in this level of governing. more »»

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

October 26, 2013 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST GOING FOR A RIDE — Our hearts are heavy, but we have a smile on our face when it comes to Ernie Krzyzanowski. Mr. more »»

HIGH TAXES: Legislator is right on money

October 25, 2013 Why can’t we have more legislators who actually get it like Robert Stewart of Cherry Creek? Stewart, in a quote on WDOE, hit the nail on the head Wednesday night when discussing the 2014 county... more »»

FOOTBALL: Rains bring call for venue change

October 24, 2013 Friday night may be a home-field disadvantage for spectators and players of both the Fredonia and Tonawanda football teams. more »»

Westfield: Moving forward with past leaders

October 23, 2013 It is a piece of the past and the present. In the village of Westfield, current Mayor Michael VandeVelde called together five previous mayors to discuss the happenings and their experience. more »»

‘Realistic’ plan a team effort

October 22, 2013 During a time when a number of area municipalities pass legislation to exceed the 2 percent tax cap, it appears the city of Dunkirk is on the right track when taking a glance at Mayor Anthony J. more »»

Banquet: No divide in celebration

October 21, 2013 One of the special things about the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce banquet each year is it erases the notorious and historic north-south divide in this county. more »»

Kiyak’s loss of direction

October 20, 2013 In the summer of 2011, Dunkirk newcomer and candidate for Common Council Stephanie Kiyak was a breath of fresh air. more »»

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

October 19, 2013 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST DOING THEIR JOB — We applaud Chautauqua County Sheriff Deputy Stephen Romanik and Ray Austin, who works for Alstar Emergency Medical... more »»

Lake Shore: Ounce of hope in bleak time

October 18, 2013 Is there anything that can be done to save the Lake Shore Health Care Center in Irving? While local elected officials are saying all the right things about attempting to assist, the facility was on... more »»

Repowering: NRG’s proposal more vital

October 17, 2013 On a day after our region received terrible news regarding the Lake Shore Health Care Center’s closing, our eyes shift to Albany regarding the Public Service Commission hearing this mornin. more »»

Education: Going public with process

October 16, 2013 Do our local teachers make the grade? According to the latest issue of On Board, the New York state School Boards Association publication, the state Education Department plans to make public how a... more »»

Benefits must get through

October 15, 2013 How’s this for not keeping your priorities straight: If the so-called government shutdown continues, disability benefits for about 3. more »»

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 »»

 
 

 

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