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June 18, 2016 The Poughkeepsie Journal on New York’s need for more teachers June 9 Despite the massive hue and cry over the education system’s stunning failure to implement new curriculum and testing standards,... more »»

Lake Flower hotel project revisited

June 17, 2016 I returned home after spending a few months in California to find that the proposed hotel on Lake Flower in the village of Saranac Lake is back in the news. more »»

Apply systems theory to education

June 7, 2016 The greatest obstacle to meaningful change in public education has been the reluctance to admit that change is needed. more »»

Mike Derrick is the better choice

June 6, 2016 I am writing in support of Mike Derrick’s bid to unseat U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik in New York’s upcoming 21st Congressional District race. Why Mike? The reasons are many. more »»

Renaissance in Saranac Lake

June 4, 2016 Good news for Saranac Lake! A string of recent stories in the Enterprise indicates that our village is experiencing nothing short of a renaissance. more »»

Firefighters have taxpayers in mind

June 3, 2016 Tupper Lake taxpayers: As many of you are aware, our elected officials have put a price on our safety and on our insurance premiums. more »»

From New York Newspapers

June 3, 2016 The Poughkeepsie Journal on Veterans Affairs wait times, May 26: Sometimes — actually far too often — public officials say something so extraordinarily stupid that you have to stop and wonder what... more »»

‘The decision has been made’

June 2, 2016 “The decision has been made. It’s time to move on.” Railroad supporters have been hearing that a lot latel. more »»

Character truly is destiny

May 30, 2016 It turns out that Heraclitus, the Greek philosopher, knew exactly what he was talking about some 25 centuries ago when he wrote: “Character is destiny. more »»

Regulators care about oil train safety

May 28, 2016 Earlier this year, we wrote to you and your community about actions the Federal Railroad Administration and the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration have taken to increase the... more »»

When religion becomes evil

May 27, 2016 The Rev. Franklin Graham (son of Billy Graham) stated recently that “Islam is not a religion of peace, and there’s nothing in its history that gives proof to peace. more »»

A hero among us

May 24, 2016 (Editor’s note: This article about Robert Byno of Gabriels was written by his great-granddaughter to celebrate a recent Honor Flight trip he was given to see war memorials in Washington, D.C. more »»

Town halls for transgendered and gender non-conforming people

May 18, 2016 The end of 2015 saw significant changes to the transgender civil rights landscape in New York state. Gov. more »»

Community constitutional amendment is at risk

May 16, 2016 As the 2016 legislative session draws to a close, time is running out for a constitutional amendment supported by the Adirondack Council that would help Adirondack communities improve local roads an... more »»

Danny Glover on validation

May 10, 2016 Adirondack Daily Enterprise: As an activist, your work is never done. There is no end to the problems. more »»

From New York Newspapers

May 9, 2016 The Daily News on what the Verizon workers’ strike means for the middle class, April 30 - The 36,000 workers who have gone on strike against telecom giant Verizon are front-line troops in the... more »»

From New York Newspapers

May 6, 2016 The Times Herald-Record of Middletown on the state of New York’s school system, May 3 --- As schools get ready to bring their annual budgets up for voter approval, it is a good time to revisit the... more »»

The rail trail versus reality

April 30, 2016 Anyone who thought the Adirondack Park Agency decision would end the rails-versus-trails debate was an optimist — and recent developments are making clear how flawed the “compromise” is proving to be. more »»

Climate change will affect the Adirondacks in various ways

April 28, 2016 With its May-June issue, the Adirondack Explorer has completed a year-long series on the impact of climate change on the Adirondacks — its wildlife and ecosystems as well as the human communities... more »»

Breaking the logjam at NCCC

April 27, 2016 Voters for Change is a group of concerned citizens who work to influence issues that are amenable to change, often by facilitating education and communication, as well as by supporting candidates fo... more »»



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