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Editorials

On the jury’s guilty verdict

In a ruling unheard of in this nation’s history, a former president has been convicted of multiple felonies. This ruling must serve as a catalyst for healing from our ever-broadening political divide, not as cause for further division. It must serve as evidence that even the most powerful ...

Tupper Lake school should host forum in superintendent search

This is a particularly challenging moment for the Tupper Lake Central School District. It’s also the perfect moment to invite everyone into the process as the district looks toward its future. Tupper Lake’s school board — with help from Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES — is currently ...

Straw Poll, May 21-28

This week’s Straw Poll: Do you comment on articles you read online? — This poll is not scientific, and its results represent only the opinions of Internet users who have chosen to participate.

Straw Poll, May 13-20

This week’s Straw Poll: Have you traveled on the Adirondack Line train? --- This poll is not scientific, and its results represent only the opinions of Internet users who have chosen to participate.

School vote less than one week from today

Voters will weigh in on school budgets across the region on May 21, less than one week from today. Debates abound on districts’ spending plans and their merits, but what matters most is showing up to cast your vote. School districts tend to struggle with budgets every year, but between the ...

Straw Poll, May 6-13

This week’s Straw Poll: If you voted today, would you vote to approve or reject SLCSD Proposition 3, which would convert the high school athletic field from grass to artificial turf? --- This poll is not scientific, and its results represent only the opinions of Internet users who have ...