Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Tearsheets | Media Kit | All Access E-Edition | Routes | CU | Home RSS
Military turns back to old workhorse

February 10, 2016 Millions of military veterans remember the famous Jeep, which made its mark as a light military vehicle that never seemed to meet terrain it could not conquer. more »»

Government at levels failed Flint, Michigan

February 8, 2016 The blame game was in full swing last week as Congress held hearings on the Flint, Michigan, water fiasco. more »»

Fantastic choices for king and queen

February 6, 2016 Every year on the opening Friday of the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival, we sit at our desks here at 54 Broadway and quietly fret about the moment we’ll find out who the king and queen are. more »»

Lake Flower hotel looks much better

February 5, 2016 We’re still undecided on the location and business viability of the resort hotel proposed for the shore of Lake Flower in Saranac Lake, but we will say this: The new design looks pretty good. more »»

Warm welcome

February 4, 2016 Welcome to the Adirondacks! That’s our warm greeting on this warm winter week to visitors here for the Empire State Winter Games, Saranac Lake Winter Carnival and the Northern Challenge ice fishing... more »»

We want winter

February 3, 2016 Spring weather in midwinter can feel nice when you’re only going to and from your car, but it’s bad for healthy outdoor activities, bad for special seasonal events and bad for our economy. more »»

Higher education: a need or an option?

February 1, 2016 U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer has launched an online support group of sorts for those struggling to pay off student loans. more »»

Many left out of SUNY minimum wage hike

January 30, 2016 The minimum wage is rising on State University of New York campuses all across the state, hitting $15 in 2021, thanks to Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the SUNY Board of Trustees. more »»

Why the U.S. should phase out Pell Grants for private colleges

January 29, 2016 Federal student loan and grant programs have not made college more affordable. They have merely provided billions of dollars in taxpayer money to help pay for i. more »»

‘Spotlight’ can inspire courage in tight-knit communities

January 28, 2016 “Spotlight” opened nationally in November, but it only came here this past week and tonight is local residents’ last chance to see it on the big screen — “big,” in this case, being the modest but... more »»

Tight tax cap is a good fit

January 27, 2016 We are sure many local school district officials think the tax-levy cap will be too snug for their 2016-17 budgets, but we encourage them to keep their spending plans within its limits. more »»

Albany, stop pillaging school budgets

January 25, 2016 One way New York state lawmakers can help our local school districts is to end what’s called the Gap Elimination Adjustment. more »»

Living and dying with each other

January 23, 2016 Things got tense at times during Wednesday night’s public discussion of a bill that would add New York to the list of states that allow aid-in-dying, otherwise known as physician-assisted suicide o... more »»

Justice Center has much to prove

January 22, 2016 The Justice Center, which Gov. Andrew Cuomo established in 2012 to investigate abuse of people with developmental disabilities and others in state care, doesn’t seem to be working very well. more »»

Lake Placid gets an A for holiday plan B

January 21, 2016 With the lack of snow and ice, the community of Lake Placid came together during the holiday season in a way we haven’t seen for a long time. more »»

Lawmakers resist ethics reform

January 20, 2016 Do New York state lawmakers not understand that their constituents are demanding to be able to trust them? Many do, but their leaders either do not get it or have something to hid. more »»

Mountains & Valleys of Cuomo’s agenda

January 18, 2016 New York’s current governor, Andrew Cuomo, is not a typical party-line guy, and we are not a party-line editorial boar. more »»

Not the right way to raise minimum wage

January 16, 2016 We’re not in favor of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s push to raise the minimum wage to $15 statewide by 2021. For a 40-hour-a-week job, that’s $31,200, more than many college-educated professionals make no. more »»

Could prisoners be educated without taxpayer expense?

January 15, 2016 Here in New York’s northern reaches, people tend to have a knee-jerk reaction in favor of prisons as major employers — and so they are. more »»

Government must secure the power grid

January 14, 2016 What if you flipped the switch some evening and the lights did not come on? Worse, what if the temperature outside was below zero and the boiler would not work? It happens. more »»

Round up homeless people at 31 degrees?

January 13, 2016 We’re disappointed in Gov. more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web

Editorials Poll