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Jamestown 7 - Riverside 6

It was a low scoring game for Jamestown and Riverside in the Section VI Class AA quarterfinals; Jamestown wins 7-6 and  moves into the semifinals.

Junior RB D'Yontae Parker scored for Riverside on a 79-yard run only 3 minutes into the game, but they would not find any other points to come out ahead of the Red Raiders.

Senior RB # 20 Joe Campion scored the only touchdown for Jamestown, a 4-yard TD run at the end of the first quarter; he finished with 45 carries for 235 yards.

Jamestown defensive players, junior Ben Whitney and senior Eric Tyra, both had 11 tackles each; Whitney and senior Gerald Dixie each had an interception.  Also for the Red Raiders, # 44 Ne'Kyle Taylor intercepted a Jeremiah Cormack pass late in the game to help preserve the Jamestown win.

Jamestown (5-3) will take on Orchard Park (7-1) next weekend in the Section VI Class AA semifinals.

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Stutzman Comes Out Against County Budget

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Energy Education

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Young Faces Challenger For Senate

On Nov. 2, Republican state Sen. Catharine Young will be seeking reelection for the third time if she can defeat Democratic candidate Mike McCormick. Sen... Read More

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Philosopher To Give Bob Lecture At Prendergast Library

Philosopher To Give Bob Lecture At Prendergast Library

JAMESTOWN – Dr. Raymond Belliotti will give the sixth annual Murray L. Bob Memorial Lecture at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 15, in the Fireplace Room at James Prendergast Library.

His presentation on “Nietzsche: Is God Dead?” is free and open to the public.

Belliotti is the Distinguished Teaching Professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York at Fredonia.

He has written 10 books, including “Roman Philosophy and the Good Life;” “Niccolo Machiavelli;” “Watching Baseball, Seeing Philosophy;” “Happiness is Overrated;” and “What is the Meaning of Human Life?”

Pet Food Pantry Serving Chautauqua County Needs Permanent Home

About The Pet Pantry Our purpose is to maintain an organization to aid in the care and feeding of domestic animals. It is our mission to supply pet owners in financial need with food and other necessities for their pets. Our goal is to keep pets out of shelters, off the streets and in their loving homes. Goals
  • Find a permanent home
  • Purchase a building
  • Make necessary modifications
Overview

Our plan is to purchase a building within the city of Dunkirk. This building will house our pet food pantry that supplies people in financial need with free pet food throughout Chautauqua County, N.Y. There are many buildings that are vacant and zoned commercial that would suit our purpose. Most of these buildings within our price range would need modifications.