The Tonawanda News
Tonawanda News — The contestants on Jeopardy appear to be the same height, because they are standing on various size boxes. Sometimes you can see a box if the camera shows a side shot.
To the poor driver who doesn’t know enough to ask the motor vehicle bureau about traffic rules instead of contacting a newspaper column: The expressway to nowhere that cut the Tonawandas in two decades ago created a negative situation for area residents. Division Street is a residential street. When you make a right or left turn from any street, you are supposed to turn into the same lane you are in and then only move to the right or left after “yielding” to traffic already in those lanes. The “yield” signs on Division Street apply to those exiting the expressway as well as the drivers already using Division Street. YOU are supposed to exit onto the lane at the left and YIELD to any traffic already in the right lane using Division Street for through traffic as the street it is. Drivers using Division Street as a street generally know they have to watch out for fools who think they have a right to drive immediately into the through traffic.
This is for all the Niagara Wheatfield voters on the school board budget. Now is the time to send them a message and vote the budget down. If they want sports then parents pay to play like other states, and teachers pay more for your health insurance like seniors do.
So I see the Democratic party got somebody to run for mayor at the new salary that was approved by the all Democratic Council, not by the mayor as some other sound offs suggested. Remember that in November!
Every liberal is this country is hoping that Hillary Clinton runs for president. As a republican, so do I, then maybe she can explain her actions about her failure to protect our people in Benghazi