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Six ways to pay for climate change

September 10, 2013 Americans on the Gulf and East coasts, in Tornado Alley, living in the shadow of Mississippi and Missouri River levees, or threatened by western wildfires like the one now raging in Yosemite are... more »»

Spontaneous generation of a railroad — another discredited theory

September 9, 2013 An important history lesson in science involves the story of “spontaneous generation. more »»

Reasons to keep the railroad

September 7, 2013 (Editor’s note: Mr. more »»

Little Red, then and now

September 6, 2013 As the Trudeau Institute makes preparations to mark the 130th anniversary of its founding in 1884 by D. more »»

The moment of truth has arrived

September 4, 2013 In his letter to the editor of Aug. 21 (“Don’t be fooled by trail advocates”), railroad-restoration proponent Gene Falvo crammed a lot of misinformation into a small space. more »»

Logic develops in children over time

September 2, 2013 SUNY Plattsburgh elementary teacher education students and I fanned out each semester into local schools to gather data about the intellectual development of children, kindergarten through the sixth... more »»

Without railway, tour groups leave

August 31, 2013 (Editor’s note: This was submitted to the New York State Department of Transportation as testimony on the fate of the Adirondack railway corridor. more »»

Canadian tar sands oil bad for U.S.

August 30, 2013 They say experience is the best teacher. Well, America, you could learn a lot from us Canadians about tar sands oil. That’s because we’ve experienced its harm firsthand. more »»

College president does a disservice

August 29, 2013 I read the interview Pete Crowley conducted with Paul Smith’s College President John Mills and felt compelled to address Mr. Mills’ comments. more »»

When considering industry, don’t forget the arts

August 28, 2013 Have a yen for the arts? Think Saranac Lake. more »»

Firefighters seek contributions

August 27, 2013 Residents in the Saranac Lake Volunteer Fire Department’s response area will soon receive a mailing asking for contributions to the SLVFD. The intent of this article is threefold. more »»

Dealing drugs: gangsters and wannabee ‘gangstas’

August 26, 2013 The stereotypical drug dealer is a young, inner-city black or Latino gang-banger whose fast and furious, often short life is immersed in the seedy world of illicit drugs and violence. more »»

Better plan for NCCC Welcome Center

August 23, 2013 With reference to remarks made by village of Saranac Lake Trustee Allie Pelletieri, published in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise on July 13, who gave good reasons to oppose the proposed North Countr... more »»

Holding out hope for Expos’ return

August 22, 2013 On Aug. 28, 2003, “Believer Fever” was driving one last push for the future of baseball in the city of Montreal. more »»

Trustee wrong on 6er beer deal

August 21, 2013 I did not want to have to write this letter, but I must respond to Mr. Van Cott’s letter from Aug. 20. more »»

Saranac Lake as a group tour destination

August 20, 2013 The developments regarding hotels in Saranac Lake are encouraging to those concerned for economic health of the region. A beautiful waterfront facility will be a tremendous draw. more »»

Veterans, the puzzle is not finished

August 15, 2013 As a summer resident for the last 10 years, I’ve grown to love and respect the people of the Tri-Lakes area for, among other things, their values and resiliency. more »»

Can Washington agree on anything? Yes, the Nats

August 9, 2013 WASHINGTON — Other ballclubs may stake the claim to “America’s team,” but when it comes to the nation’s political class, it’s the Washington Nationals in a landslide. more »»

Save the Earth? Save yourself!

August 8, 2013 I’ve grown weary of the whole “Save the Earth” movement. This may seem like blasphemy, coming from an avowed tree hugger, but it’s tru. more »»

Poverty continues to grow in U.S.

August 6, 2013 “If the misery of our poor be caused not by the laws of nature, but by our institutions, great is our sin.” So wrote Charles Darwin in 1839. more »»

 
 

 

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