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Lochte and co. make Americans ashamed

August 24, 2016 Americans had every reason to puff out our chests in pride at how our athletes performed during the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. more »»

Discipline, justice needed to control debt

August 22, 2016 Congressional Budget Office analysts estimate the national debt, now at 75 percent of the gross national product, will grow to 86 percent in a decade. more »»

An apology for an uncivil comment

August 20, 2016 We have gotten a ton of community feedback from our Aug. more »»

Glad education chief stands up for NYers

August 19, 2016 Back in April, New York state education Commissioner Mary Ellen Elia urged parents to have their children in grades 3 through 8 take the state tests in English language arts and math. more »»

Developers’ commitment is praiseworthy

August 18, 2016 We’re rooting for Tom Lawson and the other Adirondack Club and Resort developers to seal the deal on their first lot sales, and thus pay off the debts they have accrued. more »»

Arc services should be funded

August 17, 2016 For people with developmental disabilities, the Adirondack Arc offers places to live, in-home assistance, help in seeking employment, Medicaid coordination and, for young children, three Children’s... more »»

A mayor and a newspaper

August 15, 2016 Saranac Lake Mayor Clyde Rabideau sure was mad about our editorial Thursday, about the Hotel Saranac owner suing the villag. more »»

Honored to honor a great fire department

August 13, 2016 It’s easy to say someone cares about their community, but here’s how much volunteer firefighters care: They sacrifice hundreds of hours of their lives to train for a job that pays exactly zer. more »»

Rain might not be so bad

August 13, 2016 It’s been a wonderful summer to spend lazy days swimming or boating on the Adirondacks’ thousands of lakes, ponds, rivers and streams, but those sunny days have left those waterways a little less... more »»

A reminder to secure computer systems

August 12, 2016 Computer equipment went on the fritz at Delta Airlines this week. Tens of thousands of passengers and employees were affected by more than 1,000 canceled flights and 2,800 delayed takeoffs. more »»

A circus, with no laughs

August 11, 2016 This hotel lawsuit is ugly all around — and we probably haven’t seen the worst of it yet. more »»

Tax structure limits Start-Up NY

August 10, 2016 It is good to see New York’s legislators asking questions about underperforming economic development programs. more »»

Uncertainty looms on campus

August 8, 2016 In just a few weeks, our colleges and universities will be in full swing for the 2016-17 school yea. more »»

The long and short of North Country CC

August 6, 2016 North Country Community College is in a tight spot, with enrollment expected to drop from 1,160 full-time-equivalent students this past year to 900 this fall. more »»

Caution needed in NY budget next year

August 5, 2016 Storm clouds are brewing for New York state’s budget. State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli recently analyzed the state’s financial plan and found potential budget gaps starting in 2018-19. M. more »»

Police prevent violence

August 3, 2016 Only William Gossett knows with certainty what he would have done had police in Monaca, Pennsylvania, not arrested him outside a movie theater. more »»

Prosecute Mattice case to full extent

August 1, 2016 For two weeks, authorities and volunteers searched for Rachael Mattice. They scoured the woods in and around Wells and searched other locations. Police used dogs in the effort. more »»

Better management might fix Sunmount woes

July 30, 2016 We’ve editorialized in the past that poor communication is at the core of Sunmount’s problems. Now we are starting to believe it’s more than that. more »»

Police officers, public walk the fine blue line

July 29, 2016 In a letter to the editor we published Wednesday, Essex County Sheriff Richard Cutting urged people to empathize and cooperate with police officers, who he said have grown more fearful for their... more »»

Police must be ready for stressful situations

July 28, 2016 Charles Kinsey has told reporters the North Miami, Florida, police officer who shot him last week admitted he did not know why he pulled the trigger. more »»

 
 

 

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