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HEALTH PLAN U.S. rewards failed attempt

January 17, 2014 Take the money and run. That may well be the motto of officials at CGI Federal, the company that botched the rollout of the Obamacare website — www.healthcare.gov — last fall. more »»

Silver Creek: Cool experience brings in bucks

January 16, 2014 Once you get past the chill factor and some entertaining costumes, you realize the heart-warming results. more »»

NATURE: Owl sightings a winter gem

January 15, 2014 Winter’s wrath can bring some spectacular scenery. Last week, almost right on cue, the Audubon Center & Sanctuary in Jamestown held a “Searching for Snowy Owls” event in Jamestown. more »»

‘Emergency funds’ for optimism

January 14, 2014 Saturday’s rally to save Lake Shore Health Care Center was more than a community gathering, it also brought good news. State Sen. more »»

Pomfret: SAFE Act talk off target

January 13, 2014 New Pomfret Town Board member Christopher Schaeffer took aim at a controversial state law last week. But he, like many other local representatives, are wasting their time. more »»

‘Cost’ matters with sports

January 12, 2014 During a meeting to discuss the future of sports at Cassadaga Valley Central Schools last week, there was an unwelcome comment made by a school board member. William A. more »»

COMMISSION: An admonishment and a stern message

January 12, 2014 Fredonia and Pomfret Justice David Prince may have been admonished by the state Commission on Judicial Conduct regarding an arraignment, but there still is support for his message. more »»

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

January 11, 2014 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST ELECTION DATE MOVE — The village of Mayville is considering moving its elections from March to Novembe. more »»

Spending: Deficit shows no slowing signs

January 10, 2014 Some in Congress and President Barack Obama insist they will not tolerate conservative initiatives to get government spending under control. more »»

Hospital: Chance to act for facility

January 9, 2014 Residents across northern Chautauqua County have voiced concern over the future of the Lake Shore Health Care Center. On Saturday, it is an opportunity to act. State Sen. more »»

JCC: Nursing program a bright spot

January 8, 2014 In 2012, Jamestown Community College received a ranking of “Top Performing Public Two-Year College. more »»

Taking pride in comeback

January 7, 2014 Saturday night’s stunning comeback by the Indianapolis Colts against the Kansas City Chiefs has many Buffalo Bills’ fans thinking back to the team’s glory days. more »»

Dunkirk: Big cash splash begins year

January 6, 2014 By all accounts, City of Dunkirk Fiscal Affairs Officer Richard Halas has done his job. “The amounts (Halas) has saved the city alone ... more »»

Lawmaker lags on a decision

January 5, 2014 It was in February 2011 when word — and a photo — of scandal broke. U.S. Rep. Christopher Lee sent a woman a photo of himself shirtless. Within hours, the Congressional member resigned. more »»

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

January 4, 2014 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST RETIRING JUSTICE — Otis Barber has stepped off the bench after serving for 34 years as a town judge in Stockton. more »»

IN?MEMORY: ‘A gift’ for many at holidays

January 3, 2014 A man who spent years volunteering to distribute hundreds of thousands of toys for the needy at Christmas died over the recent holiday season. Jack A. more »»

EPA: Agency fraud runs rampant

January 2, 2014 One wonders how President Barack Obama and Environmental Protection Agency officials expect the public to trust the agency when it cannot even police its own high-ranking executives. more »»

2014: Some reasons for optimism

January 1, 2014 Last year began with troubling economic news. Ralcorp Holdings announced the closure of the Silver Creek Petri plant and the downsizing of its Carriage House facility in Dunkirk. more »»

Navigating the area roads

December 31, 2013 Last week, a state Department of Transportation worker spoke about how tough it can be fighting whiteouts and heavy snow to keep the major routes clear. During major snowstorms, like the one from Dec. more »»

CONGRESS: Appearances matter in race

December 30, 2013 A special visitor made her way to Dunkirk on Dec. 15. Candidate for Congress Martha Robertson started her journey from Tompkins County just before 6 a.m. that day. more »»

 
 

 

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