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Labor Day: Our divide in the market

September 5, 2016 As much as we celebrate the American work force today, there is a big division in how citizens here and throughout the country view labor. It begins with the minimum wage issue in New York state. more »»

Giving state small nudge

September 4, 2016 One more dose of skepticism is a little too much for this region. In the middle of last week, The Buffalo News reported on delays with the Athenex project specifically focusing on the Queen City. more »»

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

September 3, 2016 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST STATE FAIR — Chautauqua County 4-Hers work hard all year long to show their prized projects or animals at the county fai. more »»

Going light on coverage

September 2, 2016 During a visit to Bangladesh this week, Secretary of State John Kerry had some advice for the press: Stop scaring people. Cut back on those reports of terrorist atrocitie. more »»

Back to school: Donations make a difference

September 1, 2016 Last weekend, Park United Methodist Church held an event entitled “I am Free” in Minckler’s Commons, Sinclairville. more »»

Making a plea for lost art

August 31, 2016 It is a collection the Dunkirk Historical Society takes pride in. Done by Dunkirk native George . more »»

Get in line for attorney

August 30, 2016 From the beginning, the city attorney position for Dunkirk has been a rough road for the current administratio. more »»

Can funds: ‘Change’ is in order

August 29, 2016 Go to Music on the Pier, or any city festival for that matter and you’ll see barrels where people can recycle their beverage cans and bottles. It’s a great option to keep them out of a landfill. more »»

Adding jobs, enthusiasm

August 28, 2016 It was the type of news Dunkirk and northern Chautauqua County is not accustomed to receiving. A major employer, already here, is looking to invest in its operations and add employees. more »»

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

August 27, 2016 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST SUHR EFFORT — Fredonia native Jenn Suhr left Brazil without a medal this year. more »»

Real worry from N. Korea

August 26, 2016 Some defense analysts have warned the U.S. Navy is not capable of dealing with all the ocean-borne threats in our modern world. more »»

WESTFIELD: Why taxpayers on the hook?

August 25, 2016 Westfield village officials believe taxpayers should pay for something illegal done by their wastewater treatment plant operator, Andrew Thompson. more »»

HONORS: Special role of volunteers

August 24, 2016 Earlier this summer, three residents were honored by the Rotary Club of Fredonia for the efforts they have made to better our village and community. more »»

Taking a break from the heat

August 23, 2016 What a relief it was. Rains to bring enough green back to area lawns and a minor cooling trend as well. more »»

Government: Not listening to constituents

August 22, 2016 Forestville is exactly the reason why despite how comfortable and complacent area residents are about local government that it is an outright failure. more »»

Another flaw in big system

August 21, 2016 Most villages and towns do not want to give up their courts for one reason: money. Local court systems are one more form of revenue for already cash-strapped area municipalities. more »»

No stopping DC spending

August 18, 2016 Congressional Budget Office analysts estimate the national debt, now at 75 percent of the gross national product, will grow to 86 percent in a decade. more »»

Cuomo should follow county’s lead

August 18, 2016 Ten years ago, Chautauqua County legislators approved experimenting with an electric vehicle fleet to see if they could save taxpayers some money and be more environmentally friendly at the same time. more »»

Even with illness, Suhr shines

August 17, 2016 Fredonia native Jenn Suhr woke up Tuesday in Rio feeling no better — maybe worse — than on Monday. She was not deterred. more »»

Looming woes for entities

August 16, 2016 William Thiel, Dunkirk school business administrator, cannot be confident about the city district’s financial footing in the coming year. more »»



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