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Good discussion on road salt

November 3, 2014 The dilemma is clear: Residents and visitors to the Adirondack Park rely on safe roads in winter, yet de-icing methods have caused a steady increase in sodium and chloride in the Park’s sensitive... more »»

Changing the flood map — some answers to the questions

November 1, 2014 I am compelled to respond to the recent Guest Commentary by Alan Brown regarding the application by the Saranac Lake village for a Letter of Map Revision for Lake Flower from the Federal Emergency... more »»

‘Democracy’s Baker’ rises above

October 30, 2014 It helps to do some homework before voters cast their vote for their representatives. more »»

Many reasons to keep rails around

October 28, 2014 “It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future. more »»

School ranking is shallow

October 27, 2014 If Consumer Reports were to issue its findings on the performance of automobiles as a score obtained from a standardized test, or whether owners have become prepared for their future by buying a... more »»

Rail trail would be a major draw

October 24, 2014 My name is Ben Callaghan, and I was born and raised in Tupper Lake. My wife and I now reside in East Haddam and work in nearby Hartford, Connecticut. more »»

Changing the flood map — more questions than answers

October 22, 2014 The labyrinthine course of the review process for the proposed Lake Flower hotel has just taken another curious turn. On Oc. more »»

Examining Michigan’s rail trails

October 15, 2014 We are preparing the results of a study of recreational trails that looks at the use and users on three trails in northern Michigan that are all or in part on former rail beds. more »»

An open appeal to Gov. Cuomo

October 14, 2014 Dear Governor Cuomo: Thank you, Governor, for being a great friend of the Adirondack Park by recognizing and promoting tourist development as a key to our economic future. more »»

County ethics code is a good start, but independent oversight needed

October 13, 2014 I wish to commend the Franklin County legislators for their work in developing a modern code of ethics for the county. more »»

From wildcatter to Buffalo Bills owner

October 11, 2014 At first glance, it seems we have only Terry Pegula, the new owner of the Buffalo Bills football team, to thank for keeping the team here in Western New York. more »»

Still a story

October 10, 2014 My daughter died the day before she was born. That may seem like a paradox from the pages of a novel, but there was nothing fictional about it. On a small screen on Nov. more »»

Regarding the loss of our child, Jessie Renee Yasenchok Call

October 9, 2014 Until now I have been unable to respond to the column on March 31 entitled “Demonic possession” (by Managing Editor Peter Crowley). more »»

Marina opponents propose to limit local access, harm the environment

October 8, 2014 A group calling itself the Friends of Lower Saranac will be out in force to oppose the Saranac Lake Marina improvement project at tonight’s public hearing. more »»

The public’s dilemma

October 7, 2014 On Wednesday there will be a public hearing on the proposed Lower Saranac Lake marina. more »»

Time for action on failing schools

October 6, 2014 Just how bad is it? In her excellent recent book, “The Smartest Kids in the World,” Amanda Ripley cites scores from the Program for International Student Assessment: In 2009, the U.S. more »»

Hallelujah! Jesus is a liberal

October 4, 2014 Most people assume that America is a Christian nation because most Americans profess to be Christian, but is it really? Can people truly be Christian when they deliberately ignore the teachings of... more »»

Misconceptions about wasted votes

October 3, 2014 As we move closer to the November election, there is increasing speculation on the impact third-party candidates such as Howie Hawkins (Green Party gubernatorial candidate, New York state) and Matt... more »»

VIS weighs in on Lake Flower hotel

October 2, 2014 As we observe the fast-moving steps by the local boards toward a final decision on a special zoning district for a large new resort hotel 30 feet from Lake Flower, the Village Improvement Society of... more »»

Scots’ vote made waves

September 29, 2014 Last week, the voters of Scotland, in a heavy turnout and from age 16 up, decided not to disunite what has been arguably one of the most successful and beneficial nations over the last 307 years, th... more »»

 
 
 

 

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