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Opinion

Automated enforcement curbs dangerous driving

Columns

We all speed, almost continuously when we aren’t limited by slower traffic, yet most of us complain about other drivers speeding. Furthermore, it’s pretty common to observe other drivers running red lights immediately after they have changed to red. According to the Insurance Institute ...

Savoring summer gatherings again

Editorials

Take a look around. Summer is here, and unlike in 2020, we’re able to fully enjoy the season with our loved ones again. Among the many great things about living in the Tri-Lakes is going out to stores, restaurants and events and meeting up with people you know by happenstance. That’s ...

Proof vaccines work is all around us

Guest Commentary

As I went through the process to attend SUNY Potsdam this fall, in hopes of becoming an English teacher, my registration was held up temporarily because of a question about vaccination — and not for COVID-19. State officials have said SUNY students will have to get COVID shots to attend ...

Impressed with car crash help

Letters to the editor

To the editor: I was one of the motorists on site at the July 23 car crash in Harrietstown, in town working at Eagle Island Camp in Saranac Lake. I wanted to express my deepest thanks and appreciation for all the local folks who ran from their cars to help in any way they could — ...

Thankful for the Enterprise

Letters to the editor

To the editor: I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for the great job you do to keep the Adirondack Daily Enterprise running. I know from experience that it’s not easy to be required to do more and more work without additional compensation or sometimes not even a thank ...

Falsehoods dilute major issues

Letters to the editor

To the editor: Elise Stefanik thinks we are all dumber than posts. Claiming that the Jan. 6 insurrection was somehow Nancy Pelosi’s responsibility (Enterprise, July 29) is like blaming our defenses at Pearl Harbor for World War 2. She even made up “facts” to take the focus off of the ...