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Wonderful artwork prompts local pride

May 24, 2013 “Tupper Lake Through My Eyes,” a photo contest organized by the Tupper Lake Chamber of Commerce, was a great idea that produced extraordinary results. more »»

Time for Assembly speaker to step down

May 23, 2013 Thank goodness Vito Lopez has left the Capitol building and is now an ex-assemblyman. more »»

Improving cell service in the Park

May 20, 2013 Companies like Verizon Wireless and AT&T are leading a wave of cell phone tower upgrades in the Adirondack Park, which is good news for several reason. more »»

May is Saranac Lake SkatePark Month

May 18, 2013 As you may or may not know, May is Saranac Lake SkatePark Month. That is why you might have seen some fundraising efforts that are under way around the village. more »»

The cost of business Internet tax

May 17, 2013 Business people who provide local jobs, pay local taxes and support local worthy causes are right to wonder why tax laws give their online competitors an advantage. more »»

Condemning Justice Department actions

May 16, 2013 It appears the Justice Department might have violated the First Amendment of the Constitution by secretly obtaining phone records of the Associated Press. more »»

Hike to Saranac Lake on the 25th

May 13, 2013 How can we increase economic growth? By recognizing our assets and shouting from the mountaintops what they are. more »»

Local school budgets will do for now

May 11, 2013 The four school districts the Enterprise covers have produced 2013-14 budgets that are very different, but alike in some key ways, too: Hard work went into them as well as understanding of what the... more »»

Green group conserves victories with moderation

May 10, 2013 Willie Janeway, the new executive director of the Adirondack Council, is a pleasure to talk to and extraordinarily articulate. more »»

Need to know about radicalization

May 9, 2013 Investigators continue to uncover more and more disturbing information about the Tsarnaev brothers, accused of setting off bombs at the Boston Marathon. more »»

Try again to close background check loopholes

May 7, 2013 U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin seems determined to gain full Senate approval of updates to federal background check rules for prospective gun buyers. Though the amendment he and Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa. more »»

Just say no to future bank bailouts

May 6, 2013 Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, and Sen. David Vitter, R-La., have the right idea but the wrong strategy. more »»

State can aid local governments

May 4, 2013 We hope the recent breakthrough between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and elected officials from cities and school districts across the state isn’t fool’s gold. more »»

Vote yes to a new fire/police building

May 3, 2013 Even if most Tupper Lake villagers vote no in Tuesday’s referendum, they will still need new fire and police stations. That was the case 19 years ago, to. more »»

Wrinkles delay new $100 bills

May 2, 2013 Printers, especially those doing high-volume jobs requiring special paper and techniques, sometimes encounter challenges that delay production. We’re in the printing business. We understand that. more »»

Politicians waste taxes on unwanted weapons

May 1, 2013 No nation on earth has an armored vehicle capable of standing up to the U.S. Abrams tank. On conventional battlefields, it is virtually unbeatable. more »»

A valley for Mountain Lake Academy

April 29, 2013 We’re appalled by news that the now-former parent organization of Mountain Lake Academy — the Lake Placid school and home for troubled boys that has roots going back to 1965 — stands accused by the... more »»

An Enterprise app for Android phones

April 27, 2013 Google Android smartphone users now have access to the best news, sports and calendar in the Tri-Lakes on demand, wherever they are. more »»

Hoping for another chance on gun loophole

April 26, 2013 At another time, in a different context, Sens. Joe Manchin and Pat Toomey might have been successful in a proposal they and two other senators offered last week. more »»

 
 

 

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