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Decision not to merge may prove costly

January 18, 2014 On the Adirondack Park’s southern border, the day before a State of the State speech in which Gov. more »»

Feds let contractor take money and run

January 17, 2014 Take the money and run. That may well be the motto of officials at CGI Federal, the company that botched the rollout of the Obamacare website — www.healthcare.gov — last fall. more »»

Young spirit on Tupper Chamber of Commerce board

January 16, 2014 The Tupper Lake Chamber of Commerce is full of young energy now, which is excellent. more »»

A big job refocused on top priorities

January 15, 2014 We’re glad the village of Saranac Lake finally hired a code enforcement officer to replace Tom Worthington, who we thought did a pretty good job. We congratulate Mathew W. more »»

State makes progress, but more needed

January 13, 2014 The beginning of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s State of the State address was annoying, from the fawning factory worker’s introduction to the governor’s boasting about his record. more »»

Mountains & Valleys of the State of the State

January 11, 2014 We’re not sure about some of the things Gov. more »»

Too many local governments, but hard to streamline

January 10, 2014 Since Gov. Andrew Cuomo was attorney general, he has harped on one thing he repeated in his State of the State speech Wednesday: “We have too many local governments, and we’ve had them for too long. . more »»

Revolving door is plainly unethical

January 9, 2014 Like many presidents during the decades after the Watergate Scandal, Barack Obama promised to run an ethical, transparent government. That didn’t last long. more »»

Athletes we're following for Sochi (update)

January 9, 2014 Here at the Enterprise, we're deep in preparations to send two reporters to cover the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, in Februar. more »»

Founders would have disagreed with judge

January 6, 2014 Just before the old year ended, a federal appeals court judge handed champions of the liberties Americans cherish a stinging defeat. Federal District Court Judge William H. Pauley, in Washington, D. more »»

Don’t let generosity end at Christmas

January 4, 2014 Christmas is over, and that means many area residents have put away their altruistic impulses along with the holiday decoration. more »»

A Scottish take on ‘Celtic Carnival’

January 3, 2014 With Old Man Winter unleashing a deep freeze on us, it’s not too hard to believe that the annual Winter Carnival in Saranac Lake is only four weeks awa. more »»

Athletes we're following for Sochi (2nd update)

January 2, 2014 Here at the Enterprise, we're deep in preparations to send two reporters to cover the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, in Februar. more »»

Athletes we're following for Sochi (update)

December 31, 2013 Here at the Enterprise, we’re deep in preparations to send two reporters to cover the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, in Februar. more »»

A chance to improve mental health care

December 30, 2013 Mental health has recently become a popular talking point among Republican pundits. more »»

Modern stimulus trickles down, not up

December 28, 2013 In our editorial in the Year in Review special section, inserted in Friday’s Enterprise, we said 2013 was a year in which our government gave much of the public tax treasury to the private sector an... more »»

Ridiculous waste in federal budget

December 27, 2013 Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., has released his annual “Wastebook,” giving us all a window into the positively absurd ways in which the federal government spends the hard-earned tax dollars we give it. more »»

Athletes we’re following for Sochi

December 26, 2013 Here at 54 Broadway, we’re deep in preparations to send two reporters to cover the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, in Februar. more »»

Loving sports that puzzle others

December 23, 2013 For most Americans, biathlon, luge and bobsled are just plain weird. And if you mention nordic combined or skeleton in casual conversation, you’ll probably have some explaining to d. more »»

Military waste, fraud must be stopped

December 21, 2013 The Pentagon cannot account for more than $8 trillion U.S. taxpayers have given it since 1996, according to a report by the Reuters news agency. more »»

 
 

 

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