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Open primaries would be a mistake

April 29, 2016 It wouldn’t be fair, would it, if people from Lake Placid were allowed to vote in Keene Town Council elections? Or if New York City voters were given a say in who will represent the North Country’s... more »»

College and candidates

April 27, 2016 For young people and their parents, few issues hit home as much as finding ways to make college education affordabl. more »»

Administration takes pains to be secret

April 25, 2016 Sometimes, sweeping unpleasantness under the rug does work. more »»

Earmarks get worse, not better

April 21, 2016 Remember when Congress said it was eliminating earmark spending? Absurd wastes of taxpayer money through pork barrel projects were going to be a thing of the past. Not so fast. more »»

Banning books is dangerous and wrong

April 20, 2016 Nearly everyone agrees censorship and banning books (or, rather, eliminating access to books) are wrong ... except for that one book he or she disagrees with, or that makes him or her uncomfortabl. more »»

Integrity and idealism vs. readiness and realism

April 18, 2016 To registered Democrats in the Adirondacks, we are not going to make a straight endorsement. more »»

Kasich is best in the Republican field

April 16, 2016 Tuesday will be historic for New Yorkers. more »»

Grateful to police for drug investigations

April 15, 2016 We have mountains of appreciation for local police who investigated local drug-dealing networks and arrested suspected dealers recently. more »»

Mountains & Valley

April 14, 2016 MOUNTAIN to Lake Placid being a finalist for Hockeyville USA money to improve the Olympic Center ice rinks. more »»

Community college needs to get unstuck

April 13, 2016 It’s been six months since North Country Community College’s faculty uprising prompted the Enterprise to produce a series of investigative articles about a bitter rift between the college’s... more »»

Curtains protect voter privacy

April 11, 2016 Harry Gough of Elizabethtown, in a letter we published Tuesday, raised a worthy issue: voter privacy. more »»

Job fair made the right connections

April 9, 2016 Looking for a job? Well, you could have found many to choose from on Wednesday at the Tri-Lakes Job Fair. more »»

Never commit money over the phone

April 8, 2016 Phone scammers are so prevalent and so crooked, the devil must have a special chamber of Hell just for them. more »»

Circumstances have changed, but opt-outs from tests continue

April 7, 2016 Opting children out of the state tests isn’t as effective as it was last yea. more »»

Prison, not probation, for the Skeloses

April 6, 2016 Dean and Adam Skelos want to avoid the consequences of their actions, but that shouldn’t be allowed. more »»

Ethics must be addressed

April 4, 2016 New York state legislators worked Friday to finalize a 2016-17 state budget, which includes provisions that could have a profound effect on many residents. more »»

Cheers to young and young-ish workers

April 2, 2016 We propose a toast to the young — and young-ish — people who have decided to live, work and play here in the Adirondacks. more »»

Create conventions rather than just host

April 1, 2016 During the inaugural Adirondack Destination Marketing Summit on March 3, the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism and Adworkshop further established Lake Placid as one of the world’s leaders in... more »»

Hospitals must be safe from hackers

March 31, 2016 Cyber terrorism — for profit, not twisted ideology — has become a clear and present danger to Americans. If there is a cohesive strategy to defeat it, it is not workin. more »»

What about hackers of

March 30, 2016 About four times a week, on average, hackers gain access to information in the federal website, the Government Accountability Office revealed last week. more »»



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