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Get election letters in by Oct. 28

October 15, 2015 Election Day is less than three weeks away, but you only have two weeks to write and submit an election-related letter to the Enterprise editor. To have all these letters published by Monday, Nov. more »»

Listen to your local fire department

October 14, 2015 We strongly echo the message the Saranac Lake Volunteer Fire Department is sending next to this editorial on today’s Opinion page, in honor of National Fire Prevention Month. more »»

Officer’s compassion caught on camera

October 12, 2015 What would you do if you were a policeman who — fortunately wearing a ballistic vest — had just been shot by a suspect? Remember, the impact of a bullet striking a ballistic vest is severe and... more »»

Kratom concern

October 10, 2015 We’ve never tried the plant-based drug called kratom, and we’re not about to. more »»

Thank goodness

October 8, 2015 “Forever” may not be infinite, but it still means something. more »»

Trail supply grows to meet demand

October 7, 2015 Whether you have an hour to kill or a full day, whether you’re training for a race or just trying to keep the blood circulating every once in a while, whether you’re young or old, rich or poor, solo... more »»

Time to rethink space exploration budget

October 5, 2015 President George W. Bush’s decision to retire the U.S. more »»

We, the people, are the silver bullet solution

October 3, 2015 It seems news alerts have increased in frequency for weather events and mass shootings — both very disturbing, both tragically affecting lives, both seemingly out of our control. more »»

Hardliners make speaker’s job harder

October 1, 2015 Hard-right members of Congress got their wish last week when Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-Ohio, announced he will step down — leaving not only his position as one of the most powerful peopl... more »»

Pitiful

September 30, 2015 Like many people, including the judge, we don’t buy the sob story Joyce Mitchell gave in court Monday. more »»

Inspectors are part of the problem at VA

September 28, 2015 Inspectors general can be godsends for people who have to rely on the government, as well as for taxpayers. But they can be a curse, too, and that may be the case at the U.S. more »»

Flu shot makes sense

September 26, 2015 If you are like most people, you buckle your seatbelt when you get in a car or truck. After all, with about 33,000 traffic deaths each year in the United States, there’s no sense taking chance. more »»

Can’t see why town would evict food pantry

September 24, 2015 It’s sad that the Brighton Town Council is still making the St. Paul’s-Assumption Food Pantry look for a new home, which is hard to find in a small town without many non-residential buildings. more »»

Mountains & Valleys

September 23, 2015 MOUNTAIN — to a shared theater-art space in downtown Saranac Lake, and to the active pursuit of this idea by Pendragon Theatre, would-be cinema owner Peter Wilson, the village of Saranac Lake,... more »»

State should ease off on teachers

September 21, 2015 We’re not sure school districts ever really had a problem identifying bad teachers. more »»

A better way to handle name-change choice

September 19, 2015 Let’s imagine we were members of the Paul Smith’s College Board of Trustees when emeritus trustee Joan Weill made her offer: She would give the school $20 million, unrestricted, in exchange for... more »»

Escape prosecution is unnecessary

September 18, 2015 There can be little doubt David Sweat is guilty of escaping from prison. He and fellow inmate Richard Matt were there in Clinton Correctional Facility on June 5, and then the next day they weren’t. more »»

Good reasons to remove Marcy Dam

September 17, 2015 Some Adirondack hikers will surely pine for Marcy Dam, which is being dismantled this week. more »»

Secession unlikely, but divide is real

September 16, 2015 A small movement for parts of New York state to secede has been on for nearly a year. Thus far, discussions center on two avenues: Have the seceding areas join Pennsylvania, or start a new state. more »»

Courts let spy agency judge itself

September 14, 2015 It appears the very agency accused of spying unconstitutionally on Americans now has the authority to stop anyone who objects. Two recent court rulings make that clear. In 2013, a U.S. more »»

 
 

 

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