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Editor Publishes Book, Article

Article Contributed by Jamestown Gazette Staff Can people who are blind really see the stars? Could the people of Earth survive if the world escaped from...

Howdy Neighbor

I like neighbors who visit. But not their branches, roots, weed patches and pets. I once had a neighbor (since left town) who let...

The Invisible Kid

One night last week I almost killed the invisible kid. Then I would have had to scrape him off the front of my car,...

JPS Announces 2016-17 Opening Day Information

Article Contributed by Jamestown Public Schools Jamestown Public Schools will welcome back students for the 2016-17 school year on Tuesday, September 6th. The first day, at...

Bad choices?

I’m tired of so many people saying something like, “I guess I’ll vote for the lesser of two evils” when talking about the upcoming...

All Bottled Up

More and more events ask you not to bring your own food and beverages. They want to save you the trouble by selling you...

Local Couple Wins Golden Opportunity

Article Contributed by Jamestown Gazette Staff Brett Rinaldo and fiancé Kali Simko want your vote. They entered a contest neither one thought they had a hope...

Enough about the weather

OK. It’s hot. It’s raining. It’s humid. It’s too windy or it’s too dry for your tomato plants. No wait… soon it will be...

Don’t crowd me!

Many cars are nearly a foot wider than similar models manufactured a few decades ago. If you don’t believe me, check out the chaos...

Those boots are made for walking…

The other day it was raining when I went into a restaurant and sat… on a puddle. The person in that booth before me...

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Tips for Buying Locally Raised Meats

Buying local is a great way to support our area's farmers, while securing a supply of wholesome, delicious protein. The tips below can help achieve a positive purchasing experience. Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock, and Field Crops Program...