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Let localities decide on fracking

June 25, 2014 The New York State Court of Appeals, the state’s highest court, is expected to rule soon on a case that will determine whether local municipalities have the right to ban shale gas development using... more »»

IRS tale smells fishy

June 23, 2014 Members of Congress investigating Internal Revenue Service harassment of conservative organizations got quite a shock a few days ago. more »»

Start-Up NY is a bad deal for taxpayers

June 21, 2014 Despite the objections of people like us, the state has enacted Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s START-UP NY, which stands for SUNY Tax-free Areas to Revitalize and Transform Upstate New York. more »»

Stefanik is the better Republican choice

June 20, 2014 We recommend registered Republicans vote for Elise Stefanik over Matt Doheny in the party primary Tuesda. more »»

A cheesy regulation

June 19, 2014 Bureaucratic overreach almost took some fine local and imported cheese off your table, and it still might. more »»

No good way out

June 18, 2014 Americans who remember the fall of South Vietnam in 1975, and the frantic evacuation of U.S. troops and civilians from Saigon, may be watching events in Iraq with a dismayed sense of deja vu. more »»

Consider those who quit looking for work

June 16, 2014 Some young Americans, unable to find jobs after they graduate from college, simply stay on campus, working toward advanced degree. more »»

We need you to be a subscriber

June 14, 2014 Some of you younger readers may not remember it, but not very long ago, one couldn’t read newspaper articles for free. You had to buy the paper first, or get it from someone who had bought i. more »»

Nason has been a good police chief

June 13, 2014 We were pretty tough on Bruce Nason when he began as Saranac Lake police chief in 2008, and before that, so was the village committee that hired him. more »»

Strengths and weaknesses of Olympic authority

June 12, 2014 A healthy kind of battle is brewing between the North Elba Town Council and the New York state Olympic Regional Development Authority. more »»

State needs some cost control for pensions

June 11, 2014 New York taxpayers should be gratified that the state’s highest appeals court has ruled information in public pension plans should remain public. more »»

NY-NJ pipeline needs serious consideration

June 9, 2014 A proposed 178-mile pipeline between the port of Albany and northern New Jersey is drawing criticism from environmental groups that claim it would place residential areas at serious risk of a... more »»

Doheny’s ‘Truth’ is wrong about Enterprise

June 7, 2014 If you see a television ad for Matt Doheny’s Congress campaign that says the Enterprise said negative things about Elise Stefanik, it’s not true. Here’s what the ad says about Mr. more »»

Help ease businesses’ road work blues

June 6, 2014 Construction season is upon us as thick as ever this year. more »»

Personal weight-loss challenge adds excitement to 10th Lake Placid Marathon and Half

June 5, 2014 Athletes of all kinds are coming here this weekend for Sunday’s Lake Placid Marathon and Half (half-marathon, that is). And boy, are there a lot of them. more »»

Theater is a local specialty

June 4, 2014 Sitting in on a recent rehearsal for the Community Theatre Players’ production of “The Wizard of Oz,” it hit us yet again how surprisingly good the local drama scene i. more »»

Harrietstown board suggestion

June 3, 2014 The Harrietstown Town Council is trying to figure out how to adapt to the departure of Supervisor Bob Bevilacqua, who has resigned due to a family medical issue. more »»

Teacher test reprieve doesn’t jive with standards

June 2, 2014 It should be encouraging to state residents that 83 percent of the 1,600 teachers who took the so-called “bar exam for teachers” passed. more »»

Mixing church, state

June 2, 2014 How is it that religions have coexisted in the United States for centuries? There will always be religious tensions given the United States’ status as a melting-pot nation with a constitutional... more »»

Local scientists try to protect us from tick-borne diseases

May 31, 2014 Want to make yourself sick? Go on the Internet and search for close-up photos of ticks. We had to do that to find a public-domain image to go with Senior Staff Writer Chris Knight’s story Frida. more »»



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