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Editorials

Going green is taking time

Renewable energy needs to be a way of life considering recent local and global concerns regarding climate change. However, the recent proposal for Community Choice Aggregation seems a bit premature. In making the case to the Saranac Lake Village Board this week, Climate Smart Communities ...

Grounded again by outside forces

Talk about bad timing for the Tri-Lakes region. Just as the summer shot in the arm of vacationers was arriving around the Fourth of July to help bolster local business and the tourism industry, our local airport lost a significant partner. This week Corey Hurwitch, Adirondack Regional Airport ...

COVID numbers still relevant in battle

America continues to open up from the frightful, tragic months of the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to the ongoing vaccination initiative made possible by the dedicated researchers whose abilities unlocked the unknowns that were keys to the vaccines’ development. Still, despite the vaccination ...

Straw Poll, June 28-July4

This week’s Straw Poll: Do you know anyone impacted by the housing crisis in the Tri-Lakes? -- This poll is not scientific, and its results represent only the opinions of Internet users who have chosen to participate.

A significant local decision regarding vaccinations

Judging by the traffic and influx of visitors in recent days, summer is definitely in full swing in the Tri-Lakes region. The annual Lake Placid Horse Shows and Youth Summit lacrosse event are a welcome sight after a 15-month malaise due to the pandemic. Earlier this week, the village of ...

Revisiting struggles in Labor Gap

Since 2018, the Adirondack Daily Enterprise has focused on the local job market. The series of articles, which began more than three years ago, were dubbed the Labor Gap. Today, as “Now hiring” signs pop up at shops, hotels and numerous other businesses, the Enterprise is again searching ...