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Whiteface highway repairs welcome

November 22, 2013 The first of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s announcements Wednesday in Lake Placid wasn’t too hard to predict but was no less welcome for that. more »»

Ethanol is not the answer

November 21, 2013 Mention “renewable energy,” and many normally skeptical Americans begin taking the government’s word for the allegedly undiluted benefits of fuels such as ethanol. more »»

End federal handouts to agri-corporations

November 20, 2013 Though getting government spending under control often is seen as a Democrats vs. Republicans battle, some of the most egregious waste gets bipartisan support. “Farm support” spending is exhibit N. more »»

Mountains and Valleys

November 18, 2013 MOUNTAIN to Curt Stager, the dynamic Paul Smith’s College faculty member who was named Professor of the Year for New York state by the by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and... more »»

Headhunter hire is unnecessary, wasteful

November 16, 2013 It’s discouraging to read how Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration quietly hired a Rochester-area headhunter this spring to lure the “best and brightest” for state government. more »»

‘State of the Arts’ is strong and growing

November 14, 2013 On Tuesday night, Saranac Lake ArtWorks held a “State of the Arts” event at BluSeed Studio. more »»

State shouldn’t wait to fix Whiteface Highway

November 13, 2013 The Whiteface Veterans Memorial Highway is now covered with snow and better suited to nordic skiing than driving, but we hope Cuomo administration officials don’t forget it as they develop their... more »»

Obamacare numbers don’t look good

November 11, 2013 Millions of Americans already have received notices that, because of the Affordable Care Act, the health insurance policies they have will not be renewed. more »»

Women, consider running for office

November 9, 2013 This election had mixed results for North Country women, who are still underrepresented on municipal boards. more »»

Election reflection

November 8, 2013 We congratulate the winners in Tuesday’s election — the people’s choices for public service. more »»

One no and five yeses on back of ballot

November 4, 2013 On the flip side of your ballot Tuesday, you’ll find six questions being asked of all New Yorkers. more »»

Besio for District 3

November 2, 2013 Style-wise, Mark Besio is salt to Gordy Crossman’s sugar. more »»

Rice for District 7

November 1, 2013 Barb Rice is our favorite to represent Franklin County’s District 7, which covers the towns of Harrietstown and Franklin. more »»

Let’s keep Halloween safe and fun

October 31, 2013 Thousands of children will be out and about today, enjoying Halloween. more »»

Vote yes to ballot proposals 2 and 3

October 30, 2013 We’ve already editorialized about four of the six questions — all of them state constitutional amendments — that will be on the back side of your ballot this Election Day, Nov. . more »»

More good than bad with Common Core

October 28, 2013 The Common Core seems quite good overall, even though we still have some problems with the way New York state implemented these new, nationwide school standards. more »»

Get election letters in by Halloween

October 26, 2013 Election Day is 10 days away, and next week the Enterprise will be loaded with content to help you make your decisions. more »»

Bring back the Mayor’s Cup game

October 25, 2013 In tonight’s version of “Friday Night Lights,” the playoff-bound football teams from Saranac Lake and Tupper Lake will face opponents they have become quite familiar with over the past two seasons. more »»

Newspapers protect free speech

October 24, 2013 Where would we be as a nation without the freedom of speech? After all, according to the annual State of the First Amendment survey, it is by far America’s favorite freedom and our most important... more »»

Where’s the buck on healthcare.gov?

October 23, 2013 President Harry Truman was famous for insisting that anything that went wrong in federal government was his responsibility. “The buck stops here,” he realized. more »»

 
 
 

 

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