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Don’t seriously plan for soldiers in Syria

July 22, 2013 Presidents are right to insist the Pentagon prepare contingency plans to meet any eventuality, no matter how remote the possibility they may be used. more »»

Welcome to the Challenge

July 20, 2013 The Adirondack Challenge this weekend will be good for Adirondack communities, especially the small Hamilton County town of Indian Lake, where residents are excited and ready to host. more »»

Runaway tuition should be reined in

July 19, 2013 A compromise has been reached on the student loan interest rate, according to the Associated Press. more »»

National debt is a bigger problem than student debt

July 18, 2013 Predictions of looming disaster for millions of college students have some of them convinced the sky is falling over federal student loan rates. It is not. more »»

Share the Fresh Air

July 17, 2013 For 136 years, the Fresh Aid Fund has been an important builder of cultural bridges: between urban and rural America, between racial and ethnic groups, and between upstate and downstate New York. more »»

Weather eases strong opinions

July 15, 2013 Summer — especially a stretch of glorious weather in the heart of the season — is a hard time to write editorials. more »»

As it nears halfway point, cinema-saving campaign needs a boost

July 13, 2013 No matter how rural the North Country is, people should be able to see new movies on the big screen up here. more »»

Flooded Fort Plain needs disaster aid

July 12, 2013 Gov. Andrew Cuomo did not sound too optimistic recently about the federal government providing aid for Mohawk Valley communities — including Fort Plain — recently devastated by flooding. more »»

Beach move is worth a closer look

July 11, 2013 With kids out of school and temps in the 80s, this is the time of year when swimming at a local beach becomes part of a local family’s daily routine. It’s especially so in this muggy summer. more »»

Inspectors general need to be on the job

July 10, 2013 Among the true heroes of public service are men and women serving in government inspector generals’ offices. They root out waste and wrongdoing, bringing it to taxpayers’ attention. more »»

Stay out of Syria’s civil war

July 8, 2013 Members of Congress of both parties are right to balk at President Barack Obama’s request for money to arm rebels fighting the Syrian regime. more »»

Tuesday concert series does it right

July 6, 2013 Mid’s Park in downtown Lake Placid will be jam-packed Tuesday evening as 1990s favorite Rusted Root plays a free concert, starting at 7 o’clock. more »»

Important aid shouldn’t be misused

July 5, 2013 Would you donate to a charity that supports people’s outings to strip clubs and casinos? How about a charity that pays for people’s tobacco and alcohol purchases? Those types of expenses currently... more »»

Revolution born of hope, not desperation

July 4, 2013 Among the grumbling and grievances that led up to the American Revolution, an idea grew that the colonies, instead of just demanding justice and respect as loyal British subjects, should go it alon. more »»

Politicians make sure they win gambling industry jackpot

July 3, 2013 It was revealed last week that Gov. Andrew Cuomo and legislative leaders quietly deleted a proposed ban on accepting campaign contributions from casino operator. more »»

Update federal rules protecting water

July 1, 2013 While power plants are supposed to stay within strict limits on the amount of pollutants they release into the air, rules intended to safeguard streams and lakes are much less restrictive. more »»

Court should let EPA help Adirondacks

June 29, 2013 Hopefully the Supreme Court will recognize that the people of the United States need their federal government to reduce acid rain and mercury pollution. more »»

New legislation could help municipalities

June 28, 2013 State legislators deserve credit for two proposals that were passed Friday. They will not solve the financial problems of local municipalities, but they are a step in the right direction. more »»

High court upholds liberty for gay couples

June 27, 2013 New York state was ahead of the curve in allowing gay marriage two years ago this week. On Wednesday, in a 5-4 vote, the U.S. more »»

State railroad review is welcome

June 24, 2013 We’re glad the state departments of Transportation and Environmental Conservation have decided to reopen the unit management plan for the Remsen-Lake Placid railroad corridor. more »»



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