June 28, 2018 RSS feed / Editorial

Dig deep so town’s display soars high

Our island has a long tradition of banding together to support local events, and the Fourth of July fireworks is no exception.  More...

Phrase of the week

No Dice: Meaning nothing doing, it originated in early 20th century America with the first known reference being in The Port Arthur (Texas) Daily News in April 1921. Gambling with dice was illegal, so gamblers tried to hide them from police. More...

Town needs to act to protect immigrants

To the editor:  There are moments when citizens and civic leaders are called to act and protect others from injustice and uphold and protect the values and foundations that define us.  This is the time.  More...

CORRECTION

The editorial in the June 21 edition of The Jamestown Press should have said the school district has approved mandating 20 consecutive minutes of recess for fifth- and sixth-graders at Lawn School starting this fall. We regret the error.   More...

Lyric of the week

When I see you there alone  It almost breaks my heart  But it doesn’t break enough  For me to break my whole life apart  Guess we can still be friends  And we can talk all night  But I have to bite my tongue  More...

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