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Favoritism for college students

September 26, 2014 It shouldn’t be this way, but the well-to-do tend to dominate public conversations in this country. more »»

Like panic on a sinking ship

September 25, 2014 In small towns, such as ours, local politics and government are frought with fears — fears that often pass for legitimate: Someone refrains from speaking his mind and criticizing a village project... more »»

Feeding a rail-trail addiction

September 24, 2014 My wife Rachel and I have been getting to know portions of our country up close and personal. more »»

A great recreational opportunity

September 23, 2014 We’ve been following with keen interest the debate in the Adirondacks over the 90-mile rail corridor connecting Lake Placid and Old Forge. more »»

What about transgender equality?

September 22, 2014 Dear Governor Cuomo: I am writing to you, as a transgender woman residing in the Adirondack North Country, to thank you for finally supporting our demand for equality in New York state. On Aug. more »»

Is Matt Funiciello a 9/11 ‘Truther’?

September 20, 2014 Green Party candidate Matt Funiciello has confirmed that he believes that the truth about the 9/11 terror attacks in 2001 has been concealed from the public, despite numerous investigations and... more »»

The Lake Flower hotel: cash cow or albatross?

September 19, 2014 While there are a variety of reasons why people are opposed to the Lake Flower hotel, those in favor of the project always cite economics: It will increase tax revenues and be good for business, the... more »»

Rail trails boost property values

September 18, 2014 Some years ago, I was invited to Saranac Lake to speak to public officials and business people about establishing a rail-with-trail along the underutilized corridor that bisects your towns. more »»

Why isn’t common sense common anymore?

September 17, 2014 I remember, as a young girl, sitting at our kitchen table with a bunch of men about to take a gun safety test. My father owned a sporting goods store and was also a gun instructor. more »»

Drought and the future of food

September 17, 2014 The almond harvest is almost complete in California, where a drought that may rank as the harshest in 500 years is pushing the price of one of the world’s favorite snacks to record levels. more »»

‘Beware of strangers bearing gifts’

September 15, 2014 The proposed Lake Flower Spa and Resort is a great example of the old adage, “Beware of strangers bearing gifts. more »»

The People’s Climate March

September 13, 2014 On Sunday, Sept. 7, a new documentary on the climate action movement was screened across the country. If you missed it, you can view it at more »»

Move Saranac Lake Marina to next stage in review process

September 11, 2014 My name is Barry Brogan, and I am writing on behalf of my family in support of the Harrietstown Planning Board vote to move the Saranac Lake Marina application for improvements to the next step in... more »»

Abducted children

September 10, 2014 The two Amish girls abducted in Oswegatchie is a close-to-home reminder of the missing and abducted children problem in this country. more »»

Ageism — a new low for train advocates

September 9, 2014 I’m old enough that nothing should surprise me, but I was shocked to read the Sept. 4 Adirondack Daily Enterprise Guest Commentary written by David Lubic of Inwood, West Virginia. Mr. more »»

Say no to Lake Flower hotel

September 8, 2014 Since I was out of state, I missed the August village meeting concerning the hotel projects, particularly the Lake Flower structure. more »»

Younger people prefer trains to cars

September 4, 2014 To some, the debate about whether to turn the Adirondack Scenic Railroad into a trail or to restore it to full operation may seem a fight in a sandbox. more »»

SkatePark delay

September 3, 2014 In spite of unprecedented support by the residents and the village of Saranac Lake, over the course of the summer, construction on the SkatePark has fallen behind schedul. more »»

Gen. Sherman at Atlanta, 150 years ago today

September 2, 2014 The man dressed in Union blue and general stars sits on his big horse. As he sits there, the silhouette of Atlanta emerges from the darkness. His horse’s ear flaps in annoyance at a buzzing fly. more »»

Yes to Lake Flower Spa & Resort

September 1, 2014 The Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors is governed by a mission to serve as a catalyst for business and community development in the Greater Saranac Lake Area. more »»



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