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Unfair policy not for the birds

July 25, 2014 It is illegal to kill certain endangered animals, including golden eagles. If you get caught doing so, even accidentally, the federal government will punish you with stiff fines. more »»

Policing: Status quo is unsustainable

July 24, 2014 A study of law enforcement in the largest county city is worthy of this area’s attention. more »»

PROPOSAL: Making mountain out of a molehill

July 23, 2014 We have often chuckled over how county municipalities continue to work hard on going their separate ways — for their own benefit — when they really need each other more than they let on. more »»

Drivers ready to crash party

July 22, 2014 One of the north county's most popular events takes to the grandstand tonight: the demolition derby. more »»

County Fair: Tradition mixes with the new

July 21, 2014 A showcase of some of the best that Chautauqua County has to offer begins today at the fairgrounds. more »»

Wasting time with the trash

July 20, 2014 It may be time for the city of Dunkirk to take out the trash. more »»

Some of the best, worst of the week

July 19, 2014 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST MUSIC MAN — Some people may have attended Arkpark this past week to hear the heavy metal band Megadeth. more »»

E-mail advice from the top

July 18, 2014 Internal Revenue Service officials testifying before Congress in the probe of the agency’s harassment of conservative organizations have acted shocked — shocked — at suggestions a coverup is... more »»

Dunkirk: Small theft, loud return

July 17, 2014 Community involvement has helped solve a crime. Last week, only one day after using it, Dunkirk Little League lost its new speaker system after its facility had been broken into. more »»

Partnership is way to go

July 16, 2014 Our county has its fill of food pantries. more »»

Fitting name for airport

July 15, 2014 It has been a destination for thousands of airplanes. It hosts the Fly-In Breakfast each second Sunday of July. more »»

Restoration: Artist’s major ‘project’ in city

July 14, 2014 Internationally known artist Peter Wolf Toth’s arrival here to restore the Whispering Giant statue is not just a Dunkirk happening, it is a Chautauqua County and Western New York event. more »»

COUNTY FORUM Have penalty for the absent

July 13, 2014 It is not a get-together of historic proportions, but it is still an important step. From 1 to 4 p.m. more »»

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

July 12, 2014 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST FLOODING COOPERATION — Those heavy rains that came down on Tuesday could have created a major headache for Fredonia residents had it not bee... more »»

Big loan assists another country

July 11, 2014 President Barack Obama’s administration has slashed hundreds of millions of dollars out of research programs to find ways to burn coal more cleanly at power plants. more »»

A ceremony to say thanks

July 10, 2014 It is a special occasion for Dunkirk to say thanks. more »»

Water woes: Another reason for a district

July 9, 2014 It was another reminder that the city’s water plant is not a major money maker. more »»

Driving attendance at city park

July 8, 2014 Just like the city of Dunkirk Memorial Day weekend picnic event, the Sunday Harbor Cruise was able to bring lots of traffic to a real gem: Point Gratiot. more »»

BROCTON Things are not ‘looking up’

July 7, 2014 It is time for another reality check in Brocton. more »»

Some of the best, worst of the week

July 5, 2014 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST POLE VAULTING CHAMP — Fredonia native Jenn Suhr won the Women’s Pole Vaulting Championship June 27, at the U.S. more »»



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