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Chautauqua County Humane Society: Hosts Volunteer Appreciation Open House

Article Contributed by Walt Pickut “This is an amazingly happy place,” said Hannah Braun, community relations director at the Chautauqua County Humane Society, “thanks largely to the more than 300 volunteers who work here with a special devotion to animals.” “Most of our volunteers are ‘cat people’ and ‘dog people’,” Braun admitted, “but they do […]

Celebrating Earth Day 2016 on April 22

Article Contributed by Leann Austin “The ultimate test of man’s conscience may be his willingness to sacrifice something today for future generations whose words of thanks will not be heard.” Gaylord Nelson, former governor of Wisconsin Founder of Earth Day Earth Day was born from the desire of Gaylord Nelson, former United States Senator and […]

$1.5 Trillion in 2016: Hometown Women-in-Business to Earn Their Share

Article Contributed by Walt Pickut That’s how much the nation’s nearly 9.1 million women-owned businesses will ring up in 2016, projected from the published tallies of the National Association of Women Business Owners. In the process, they are also slated to employ more than 7.9 million people this year. That is real economic clout. Chautauqua […]

Grass Roots Healing: Time Well Spent

Article Contributed by Walt Pickut “Any drug will consume the addict,” Kim Carlson told a full house on Wednesday evening at Shawbuck’s Press Room in downtown Jamestown. “First you try it, then it kills you.” Now for the Good News Recovery is possible, too, and it is happening in Jamestown. The numbers, however, do not […]

Growing into Springtime: 2016 Garden Fair and Home Show

Article Contributed by Walt Pickut “This event has become so popular we had to move it to the Ice Arena this year,” said Kristy Kathman, Program and Administrative Coordinator for the Jamestown Renaissance Corporation (JRC). The 2016 GROW Jamestown Garden Fair and Home Show will take over the big rink at the Jamestown Savings Bank […]

Safety First for Kids and County

Article Contributed by Walt Pickut “911. What’s your emergency?” That could be one of the most important questions a child ever answers. Teaching safety in the face of fire, street traffic, medicine that looks like candy and firearms that look like toys is the top priority of specially trained experts who go all-out just about […]

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  • JCC Music Ensembles Perform in May

    Article Contributed by Jamestown Community College The Jamestown Community College choir, concert band, and jazz ensemble will showcase a variety of music styles during a combined performance at 7 p.m. on May 10 in Scharmann Theatre. The theatre will also host Spring Jam!, a concert by JCC’s rock ensembles, at 7 p.m. on May 12. […]

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