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Politics came first in Ebola ‘czar’ choice

October 25, 2014 President Barack Obama has appointed a political hack to lead the fight against Ebola. more »»

 
 
 
Attack hit home

October 24, 2014 North Country residents were united with their neighbors to the north Wednesday as we heard about the terrible events unfolding on Ottawa’s Parliament Hill. more »»

Henry’s Woods is still a great place

October 23, 2014 A dog-on-dog attack we reported on recently shouldn’t dissuade you from visiting Henry’s Woods, with or without a canine companion. Such incidents are extremely rare. more »»

Olympic Center gets its jam back

October 22, 2014 We’re excited that the state Olympic Regional Development Authority is re-entering the music business with the Lake Placid Bluegrass Jam this Saturday in the Olympic Center’s 1932 Rink. more »»

Franklin County may need interim manager

October 20, 2014 The Franklin County Board of Legislators doesn’t have much time to replace the county manager, Tom Leitz, who announced last week that his last day working in Malone will be Nov. 21. more »»

TV ads — a political heart of darkness

October 18, 2014 That super-PAC dark money for which candidates promise favors in return, selling out their integrity and corrupting our democracy — where does all that cash go? While candidates spend some of it to... more »»

Business as usual in New York

October 17, 2014 Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been fond of claiming the state is open for business. In reality, it is just business as usual. Consider a couple of recent announcements by the governor. more »»

Cahill for attorney general

October 16, 2014 For us, the choice for New York attorney general is easy — John Cahill. The Republican challenger has a record of integrity and competence in his roles under Gov. more »»

Get election letters in by Oct. 29

October 15, 2014 Election Day is less than three weeks away, but you only have two weeks to write and submit an election-related letter to the Enterprise editor. To have all these letters published by Monday, Nov. more »»

Marina project would be good overall

October 13, 2014 Overall, we support a proposal to revitalize the Crescent Bay and Ampersand Bay marinas on Lower Saranac Lake, a plan the Harrietstown Planning Board is currently reviewing. more »»

Advocate leaves out the best part

October 11, 2014 An op-ed in Tuesday’s New York Times highlighted an enduring movement to stop a land swap in the Adirondacks between the state and NYCO Minerals, which wants to expand its mining for wollastonite. more »»

Try our region’s local cheeses Sunday

October 10, 2014 Agricultural regions across the country — most notably next door in the state of Vermont — long ago created tours, festivals and trails to celebrate their crops and hand-crafted food and drink... more »»

Newspapers are indispensible

October 9, 2014 Virtually every profession, industry and special interest has its own annual celebration. Did you know October is National Popcorn Popping Month? Many observances are purely for fun. more »»

Mix of police, politics needs investigation

October 8, 2014 It’s obviously disturbing to see a Franklin County sheriff’s deputy blowing the whistle about what appears to be a retribution schem. more »»

VA can’t deny it targeted whistleblowers

October 6, 2014 Department of Veterans Affairs officials were caught red-handed in failure to serve men and women who have served in the military. more »»

That’s not reform

October 4, 2014 On Nov. 4, voters will have the opportunity to change the way New York state draws its election districts. Proposition No. more »»

Secret Service has let the nation down

October 3, 2014 President Barack Obama should be livid about revelations over the Secret Service’s failures in protecting him and his family. All Americans should be angry. more »»

Investigating the White House security breach

October 1, 2014 Omar J. Gonzalez was carrying a knife when he stormed into the White House on the evening of Sept. 19. more »»

Report answers wrong questions

September 29, 2014 A news release sent recently from state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli offers an insight as to why New York state continues spinning its wheels. more »»

U.S. shouldn’t arm, train Syrian rebels

September 26, 2014 Most of President Barack Obama’s proposal for destroying the Islamic State terrorist group seems logical — if you accept the prevailing perspective about the benefits of military action outweighing... more »»

 
 
 

 

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