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

June 13, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST WACS HEAD TO STATES — Good luck today to the Westfield Wolverines. more »»

What’s another $17 billion lost

June 12, 2015 Seventeen billion dollars is a drop in the bucket compared to the long-term fiscal challenges facing the Social Security program. more »»

Leaders need an open mind

June 11, 2015 Two steps forward, three steps back. That’s what it feels like with the Northern Chautauqua County Regional Water District. more »»

Forestville: Salt issue about honesty

June 10, 2015 It is nice to see that Steve D’Angelo, Hanover highway superintendent, went to bat for his counterpart in Forestville on Monday regarding the alleged theft of road salt in the town. more »»

baseball A special run in Westfield

June 9, 2015 Do not be surprised if you find a large contingent of Westfield-area residents in the Binghamton area this weekend. If you do, they are likely to have Wolverine fever. more »»

Schools: Another indication of high costs

June 8, 2015 Buffalo schools gained some national notoriety last week. The embattled and largest Western New York district has the fifth highest cost per student in the United States, according to the U.S. Census. more »»

SILVER CREEK Village land loses value

June 7, 2015 Government officials, especially those who spent their careers in the public sector, will almost never get i. more »»

The OBSERVER’s View

June 6, 2015 Before we begin today’s best and worst, we would like to acknowledge that today is the 71st anniversary of D-Day. more »»

IRS is hiding from Congress

June 5, 2015 Hopefully, the Internal Revenue Service official in charge of transparency has nothing to hide. We use the qualifier because, well, this is the federal government. more »»

Work remains before November

June 4, 2015 Dunkirk must continue to move forward Sept. 10 will be an interesting day politically this year. That’s the date for this year’s primary. It appears Anthony . more »»

Portland: A complaint, little action

June 3, 2015 Why do people not speak up or attend local board meetings? Probably because, in the end, the board just does not want to deal with the complaints. more »»

Silver Creek: Search needs an open mind

June 2, 2015 Silver Creek school Superinten-dent Daniel Ljiljanich’s decision to move on to another district was no bombshell. more »»

Fredonia: Why one seat now matters

June 1, 2015 What happens when poor decisions by trustees continue to harm a once-proud village? Residents become angry and frustrated. more »»

ECONOMY: Chautauqua County needs a victory

May 31, 2015 About two weeks ago, County Executive Vince Horrigan made an impassioned speech to about 70 business, community and elected leaders. more »»

Small country breaks down barriers

May 31, 2015 By ROSE SEBOUHIAN I have never been as proud of the country of my ancestors as I have this past week. more »»

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

May 30, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST Today’s bests are all about people! SPECIAL OLYMPICS — For the past 27 years, Maureen Bialaszewski has been overseeing the Northern... more »»

Facility costs out of control

May 29, 2015 There are several possible reasons why a Department of Veterans Affairs hospital being built in Aurora, Colo., is being termed the biggest construction boondoggle in the agency’s history. more »»

Dunkirk needs an update

May 28, 2015 Want to visit Dunkirk? Don’t go to visitdunkirk.com. It’s not that the site isn’t working. At the time of writing this editorial, the site worked just fine. more »»

ROBLIN STEEL: Employee’s care found in books

May 27, 2015 Dunkirk resident Frederic A. Bolling was committed to his work and fellow employees. more »»

TAX CAP: Signing off on accountability

May 26, 2015 You think taxes are too high in our region? You are not alone. State Gov. Andrew Cuomo would agree — and so would the state senator who represents us so well, Catharine Young. more »»

 
 

 

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