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High court made right call on pollution

May 3, 2014 It was great news for the Adirondacks, and the eastern U.S. in general, that the Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled in favor of the U.S. more »»

Oil trains are a proven public hazard

May 2, 2014 We’re disappointed and scared by railroad companies’ poor effort so far to prevent horrible accidents, or even to share enough information about the hazardous fuels and chemicals they transport. more »»

Let private money pay for private roads

May 1, 2014 Like North Country municipalities in general, the village of Tupper Lake has a whole lot of pothole-filled roads, collapsed culverts and broken pipes to fix after this rough winter. more »»

Global hospitality: Let’s keep it up

April 30, 2014 Local residents made somewhat of a big deal of Australian Army Cap. more »»

Get those vacation photos in

April 28, 2014 Welcome back from spring break. more »»

Appreciating water workers

April 26, 2014 Sometimes it may be hard to figure out where one’s taxes go — and then at other times, it’s obvious. more »»

Daffest’s driver delivers again

April 25, 2014 The brains and driving force behind Daffest, Saranac Lake’s big spring event, is Cherrie Sayles. Her enthusiasm is much like the word she uses a lot — “awesome. more »»

National debt grows even faster than president knows

April 24, 2014 Americans seem to have become numb to worry about our astronomical national debt, already at $17.5 trillion. more »»

Earth Day thinking is just common sense

April 21, 2014 Why does it seem mud season in the Adirondacks has been more like the Ice Age? Why have there been so many record-breaking temperatures, storms, floods, droughts, etc. more »»

So much we don’t know about attackers

April 19, 2014 Sometimes it must seem to the public that the more researchers learn about homicidal teenagers, the less we really know. more »»

Fly on, Cape Air

April 18, 2014 Cape Air is listening to its customers and stretching itself to do what they ask, and one can’t ask a company for more than that. The airline, based on Cape Cod in Hyannis, Mass. more »»

Local ski champs show off our area

April 17, 2014 We all know our part of the world is a good one for teaching kids how to ski. more »»

U.S.-Russia strain blasts into space

April 14, 2014 NASA officials revealed this week that in protest of Russian actions in Ukraine, the U.S. space agency is suspending most cooperation with its Russian counterpart. more »»

Cuomo bails out on fighting corruption

April 12, 2014 Convening the so-called Moreland commission to investigate and prosecute corruption of public officials was one of the better things Andrew Cuomo has done as governo. more »»

Column touched some raw nerves

April 10, 2014 Sometimes the things we write lead to misunderstanding and anger. This was the case with a column we published on March 31, titled “Demonic possession,” by Managing Editor Peter Crowley. more »»

Pack your Enterprise

April 9, 2014 This year of all years, you’re less likely to be caught saying, “What, spring break already?” With a long, stubborn winter and a late break, people are more than ready to get out of town, preferably... more »»

Planning for Lake Placid’s future

April 7, 2014 Communities adopt comprehensive plans to help them achieve unified vision of the future. Sadly, many of these documents end up sitting on shelves, never to be used, with time and money wasted. more »»

School budgets in wake of state budget

April 5, 2014 The state budget that state lawmakers approved earlier this week wasn’t entirely to our liking. more »»

A diploma geared for work-ready students

April 4, 2014 In every high school’s graduating class, there is a population of students who want to join the workforce rather than to spend more time in school. more »»

More secrecy, this time on staff flights

April 3, 2014 Nearly 400 airplane flights, taken for personal reasons by Attorney General Eric Holder and other top Justice Department officials, were not included in government reports on use of aircraft. more »»



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