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Save our cinemas

April 24, 2013 If, like us, you love movies, especially movies in the theater — especially in our vintage local cinemas, with their cheap prices and classy quirks — then now’s the time to step up and support them. more »»

A man who will be missed

April 22, 2013 William F. Madden Jr., president and owner of Madden’s Transfer and Storage, the family business, passed away on Friday. more »»

What a week

April 20, 2013 Is it the understatement of the year to say it’s been an exhausting week? As we wrote this Friday afternoon for the print edition, the news seemed to have reached a sustained crescendo, with tension... more »»

If not the Lake Placid ER, then what?

April 19, 2013 Understandably, many people are upset about the recommendation by doctors and administrators that Adirondack Health convert the 24-hour emergency room at its Lake Placid hospital to a 12-hour urgent... more »»

Good thing bombings are being anticipated

April 17, 2013 A bomb attack at a happy event like the Boston Marathon — who would have anticipated it? Yet such things have been anticipated, even way up here in the Adirondacks. more »»

Limit guns for the mentally unstable

April 15, 2013 For a few days there was speculation Mingo County, W.Va., Sheriff Eugene Crum was murdered last week because of his crackdown on illegal drug activity. more »»

Opting out is just one option for tests

April 13, 2013 Nearly a month ago, we wrote here that a group of Saranac Lake Central School parents had legitimate concerns over the way standardized testing is being handled these day. more »»

Avoid war with North Korea

April 12, 2013 Secretary of State John Kerry has said North Korea’s new round of saber rattling and threats to step up its nuclear weapons and missile programs are unacceptable. He has added the U.S. more »»

We’re sending two reporters to Sochi

April 11, 2013 We’re excited to announce some good news: Thanks to some excellent partners, this newspaper will send a second reporter to the Caucasus Mountains next February to cover the 2014 Winter Olympics in... more »»

Get those vacation photos in

April 10, 2013 OK, spring break’s over, so now’s the time to submit your snapshots to the Enterprise for our annual Vacation Photo Contest. more »»

Mountains & Valleys

April 8, 2013 MOUNTAIN — We welcome a recent style change by the Associated Press, recommending against using the phrase “illegal immigrant,” since “illegal” should apply to an action, not a perso. more »»

Corruption is old news — but no less urgent

April 6, 2013 Part of last summer’s movie “Lincoln” resonates loudly in New York today. The president’s secretary of state, William H. more »»

An honored employee and a new/old calendar

April 5, 2013 Steve Bradley, our production manager, is pretty amazing — so much so that Editor & Publisher, the leading national magazine on the newspaper industry, chose him as one of its “25 Under 35” for 2013... more »»

What’s an hour or two?

April 4, 2013 A proposal to change the bar closing time in Essex County from 4 a.m. to 2 a.m. would not do much to solve the problem of alcohol abuse and would significantly hurt a few Lake Placid businesse. more »»

State lacks funds for campaign idea

April 1, 2013 There’s not much on paper yet regarding the latest talk of using public taxpayer dollars to finance political campaigns in New York state, but we think such a proposal would make little difference i... more »»

Good time to reflect on the big questions

March 30, 2013 This is the holiest time of the year for Christians (except orthodox Christians, who will celebrate Easter in May) and one of the holiest for Jews. more »»

Get priorities in order

March 29, 2013 If the proposed state budget reveals anything about our legislators, it’s that they have trouble prioritizing how to spend money. They certainly don’t have trouble spending money. more »»

State must spend school funds wisely

March 28, 2013 State aid to schools is expected to increase when the state budget is passed. No one knows yet quite how much local districts can expect to receive, but the total statewide is about $1 billio. more »»

A half-step forward

March 25, 2013 It was good news that a judge dismissed a motion to delay the Adirondack Club and Resort lawsuit further so the plaintiffs could gather more evidence. more »»

Tough dilemma for Adirondack Health

March 23, 2013 It’s a safe bet that none of the decision makers at Adirondack Health wants to lay off 18 more staff members after laying off 17 three months ago, and we think the same can be said for the decision... more »»



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