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Tom Paine ignited a revolution

June 7, 2013 Among the revolutionary founders, none has been as overlooked and undervalued as Tom Paine. more »»

Ruminations (in verse) on the Remsen-Lake Placid railroad

June 4, 2013 Everyone loved the railroad, with its engine the size of a whale, it could pull ninety cars, haul ten thousand guitars, and it had a red house for a tail. more »»

Let’s win, not fight

May 31, 2013 Brian Mann recently wrote (The In Box, NCPR news blog, May 23) that there are “very cool, passionate, community-minded people” on both sides of the rail-trail debate. I subscribe to that view. more »»

Don’t rush to judgment on ER

May 30, 2013 To the Adirondack Health Board of Trustees: Twenty-three years ago, two boards of trustees voted to consolidate their respective community hospitals into a new entity, to be known as Adirondack... more »»

Sad to see health services go away

May 29, 2013 Even though I suspect that the decision has already been made, I would like to weigh on the possible closure of the Lake Placid emergency roo. more »»

State of the Saranac Lake Local Development Corporation

May 28, 2013 This is the first annual State of the Saranac Lake Local Development Corporation, prepared by the Governance Committee of the LDC. more »»

Amateur radio operators all across NNY prepare for Field Day 2013

May 27, 2013 A valuable American resource which sometimes goes unnoticed by media and local communities will again take place right here in many of our northern New York counties. more »»

ARTA wants corridor for one use only

May 25, 2013 As another Tri-Lakes business owner and supporter of cooperation by all parties interested in the vitality of the regional economy, I also continue to be amazed at the one-sided view and promotion o... more »»

Resort opponents work the clock

May 24, 2013 Motions are like light jabs by boxers at the beginning of a round when they are feeling each other out. No single punch is likely to decide the outcome of the fight. more »»

Saranac Lake, All-America City, will have an all-American weekend

May 23, 2013 If anyone wants to celebrate a truly American occasion, then one should look no further than Saranac Lake during this coming Memorial Day weekend for all the family wholesomeness these days will... more »»

In praise of rail trails

May 22, 2013 Though it’s a joy to see spring busting out all over, I’m also looking forward to fall. more »»

What happened to constitutional rights?

May 21, 2013 In 1995 Dr. Eugene Schroder — a veterinarian, farmer, political philosopher and activist — published a book called “Constitution: Fact or Fiction. more »»

Help build a new skateboard park

May 20, 2013 We are very close to building the kids a fun, safe, successful skateboard facility here in Saranac Lake. The SL skateboarders are our sons and daughters, our nieces and nephews, and our grandkid. more »»

ANCA’s train wreck

May 17, 2013 The recent commentary from the Adirondack North Country Association, “It should not be about rails vs. more »»

Heart (and soul) of a liturgical artist

May 16, 2013 St. Agnes Catholic Church has seen a steady illumination and fruitful growth over these last years. more »»

Creating a healthier future

May 15, 2013 If the Lake Placid Memorial Hospital were to close the most prudent use of the land would be for the Town of North Elba to give it to the Adirondack Medical Center, which would maintain the initial... more »»

Looking forward with the Lake Placid school budget

May 14, 2013 Over the past years, the Lake Placid school district has seen many changes, some not very positive, and the impact has been staggering. more »»

Let’s fish or cut bait on the rail trail

May 13, 2013 As a Tri-Lakes business owner and an advocate for the Adirondack Rail Trail, I continue to be amazed by those who advocate for train restoration while insisting that we can have both a train and a... more »»

Mothers Day cards

May 8, 2013 My annual search for the perfect card — I spent 45 minutes at the grocery store reading Mother’s Day cards one afternoon last week. It always seems to come down to finding the least bad card. more »»

It should not be about rails vs. trails

May 8, 2013 “The Adirondack North Country Association hereby re-states its support for the mixed-use management objectives of the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor Final Management Plan, currently in force,... more »»

 
 

 

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