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Forum conflict wasn’t quite that dramatic

January 30, 2016 To the editor: As organizer and moderator of the Voters for Change program on Death with Dignity on Jan. more »»

Warning signs needed for Lake Flower ice

January 30, 2016 To the editor: I urge the village board to take action and prevent a dangerous situation which will once more arise on Lake Flower. more »»

Name civic center for Phil Lalande

January 30, 2016 To the editor: I was saddened to hear the news of Phil Lalande’s recent passing. As a former Pee Wee Hockey player in the 1970s, I have many fond memories of the outdoor hockey pens. more »»

Urge APA to accept rail-trail compromise

January 30, 2016 To the editor: I feel it is critical for Tupper Lake’s future as a travel destination that the Adirondack Park Agency approve the proposed option on the table for the C-7 travel corridor that leave... more »»

Boat launch outhouse must be dealt with

January 28, 2016 To the editor: There has been much discussion at the village board as to what can be done to improve the tourist environment within the villag. more »»

Rescues amaze

January 28, 2016 To the editor: Whenever I read about a mountain rescue of an injured climber or a lost hiker, for instance, I always am amazed at the dedication, skill and bravery of those doing the rescues. more »»

Phil Lalande, a truly great man

January 28, 2016 To the editor: In memory of my friend, Saranac Lake’s friend, M. more »»

Don’t take train away from the handicapped and old

January 27, 2016 To the editor: Why would New York state want to shoot itself in the foot and inhibit economic development by limiting rail access to our marvelous Adirondacks? Let the advocates of rail removal... more »»

Railroad leader wants it all

January 27, 2016 To the editor: I am writing in response to Adirondack Railway Preservation Society President and Skaneateles resident Bill Branson’s recent Guest Commentary (Jan. more »»

Let’s roll on a bike trail in Tupper-Placid corridor

January 26, 2016 To the editor: “Cycling tourism” in North America is a booming industry. Hundreds of industry professionals attended the National Bicycle Tourism Conference in San Diego last November. more »»

Uihlein: gratitude and dismay

January 25, 2016 To the editor: Viola Bergmann, our mother, lived at Uihlein Living Center from August 2009 until she died Dec. 19, 201. more »»

Let Lake Placid business owners clear sidewalks

January 25, 2016 To the editor: I’m writing in response to recent discussions regarding clearing village sidewalks and the use of salt or a salt substitute. more »»

Time to work together on rails and trails

January 23, 2016 To the editor: As a writer and activist who has been engaged in numerous projects in the Adirondacks, I have been both bemused and dismayed by the intense rancor surrounding the future of the... more »»

A remarkable man has died

January 22, 2016 To the editor: A memorable and remarkable man from Saranac Lake has died. more »»

PP prepares students as future clients

January 21, 2016 To the editor: Included among the list of topics from Planned Parenthood’s eighth-grade curriculum is “Preparing for Safe Sex. more »»

Thanks from the Winter Carnival Court

January 21, 2016 To the editor: On Jan. 11, the Winter Carnival Court held its annual spaghetti dinner fundraiser at the Belvedere Restaurant. more »»

Hopeless presidential hopefuls

January 20, 2016 To the editor: A crowded field, vicious jockeying for top position in the polls, threats, bombast, empty, unrealistic promises — this presidential race has it all except a truly worthy candidate. more »»

Arctic Golf contest extended

January 19, 2016 To the editor: I’m a member of the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Committee and creator of the new Arctic Golf Build-an-Obstacle Contest to be held on Feb. 6 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.. more »»

What’s wrong with this picture?

January 18, 2016 To the editor: This 1996 Skandic work sled is narrow enough to survive running between the rails, but not many do and it’s a challenge. more »»

Rails-to-trail would be good for business

January 18, 2016 To the editor: My grandfather E.J. Martin settled in Big Moose after working on building the Adirondack Railroad in 1892. I am a third-generation Big Moose nativ. more »»



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