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Le P’tit Train du Nord — yet another successful rail trail

September 17, 2015 This rail trail starts about 30 miles north of Montreal and runs for 120 miles north and west with the Mont Tremblant resort area approximately midway along this route. more »»

For the college unconditionally

September 16, 2015 Many people are aware of the controversial name change the Paul Smith’s College community has been discussing, the proposal to change the name of the college to Joan Weill-Paul Smith’s College. more »»

Loyal player must speak out for sake of the team

September 15, 2015 Voicing my opinion about the name change proposal at Paul Smith’s College is not easy for me or for other faculty members who share my concern. more »»

Something smells rotten

September 15, 2015 In a line from the play “Hamlet,” an officer of the palace guard says, “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark,” after the ghost of the dead king appears, walking over the palace walls. more »»

The game-changer pope

September 14, 2015 In his 50-plus years as a priest, Jorge Mario Bergoglio — Pope Francis — has never shied away from controversy that emanates from his commitment to the poor, marginalized and forgotten people of his... more »»

Touch a Truck brought kids and their heroes together

September 10, 2015 From 85 feet above my hometown, I got a chance to experience just a small fraction of what it’s like to be a firefighter from the safety of the local department’s ladder truck. more »»

Blue skies for solar panels

September 10, 2015 When I think about the state of our environment, I’ll admit I can become pretty discouraged. Human thirst for energy is growing at a record pace, as is its impact on ourselves and the world around us. more »»

Saranac Lake was welcoming

September 9, 2015 Impossible as it seems, it’s now been 50-and-a-half years since I graduated from Saranac Lake High School ... 50-and-a-half years dominated by faraway places, varied experiences, multi-hued culture. more »»

‘Religious liberty’ looks a lot like intolerance from here

September 8, 2015 “To me,” she said in a statement, “this has never been a gay or lesbian issue. It is about marriage and God’s word. It is a matter of religious liberty. more »»

Lamenting Mitt

September 8, 2015 You’re Mitt Romney, and today you have to be upset with yourself. more »»

Do cops’ lives matter to Obama?

September 7, 2015 Barack Obama, as chief law enforcement officer of the United States, is going to have to stop acting like a conscientious objector in this war on cops. more »»

Why don’t we try staying home?

September 4, 2015 Generals have marked their operations by putting pins on wall maps of the world. more »»

From New York Newspapers

September 4, 2015 The Post-Standard of Syracuse on DWI offenses, Aug. 26 - If there’s anything harder than losing your child, it might be forgiving the man who took her away from yo. more »»

Stop the Junkyard Express

September 3, 2015 A railroad company that three years ago won permission to haul stone from a former mine at the base of the High Peaks has changed course and come up with a breathtakingly bad idea for use of that... more »»

Listening useless if ‘decision is final’

September 2, 2015 Sunday afternoon, I attended the first of the Paul Smith’s College town hall “listening session. more »»

Mourning is universal

September 1, 2015 The world-famous physicist Dr. Stephen Hawking is quoted as saying, “We are an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star. But we can understand the universe. more »»

The GOP field that failed

August 31, 2015 The rise of Donald Trump is, in part, a function of a vacuum. He is thriving in a Republican field that is large, talented and, so far, underwhelming. more »»

Affirming a right to die

August 31, 2015 SAN DIEGO — Brittany Maynard was soon to die. The question was whether she could do so on her own terms, as a last act of autonomy. Dr. more »»

From New York Newspapers

August 31, 2015 The Watertown Daily Times on growing local economies, Aug. 20: - A state agency recently confirmed what most people in Northern New York already know: The local economy is moving in reverse. more »»

Jimmy Carter’s peace

August 28, 2015 When Ronald Reagan announced in November 1994 he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, even some of his most ardent political opponents paused to wish him well. more »»



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