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First on scene, first to deserve our thanks

July 23, 2014 It is hard to believe, when you have a picture-perfect day in the Adirondacks, that anything can possibly go wrong. more »»

Code enforcement welcome, and overdue

July 21, 2014 Saranac Lake is finally doing what it should have done many years ago, especially after 16-year-old Paul Schlitt died in a fire in an apartment house on Depot Street in October 199. more »»

Governor campaigns with tax money

July 19, 2014 We welcome Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Vermont Gov. more »»

Pope should visit upstate shrine

July 18, 2014 Pope Francis should take a look next year at an upstate New York site closely connected to four saints. more »»

No debate: Voters need more

July 17, 2014 Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino wants eight public debates, held throughout the state, with Gov. Andrew Cuomo. more »»

Another bad suit by green groups

July 16, 2014 Almost immediately after a state appeals court tossed a lawsuit that had stalled a Tupper Lake resort for 16 months, Protect the Adirondacks was back with another, similar suit to block another big... more »»

Why should upstate and NYC have same minimum wage?

July 14, 2014 State legislators need to rethink how they handle the minimum wage. more »»

Public funding for Bills is a tough pill to swallow

July 12, 2014 It’s hard to imagine a future without the Buffalo Bills in Western New York. more »»

Announcement was surprisingly decisive

July 11, 2014 A bold compromise — that’s how we see what the state departments of Transportation and Environment Conservation announced Wednesday. more »»

Speech rights need protection, even from well-intentioned laws

July 10, 2014 As the technology has allowed bullying to go from school halls to cyberspace, governments predictably have looked at protecting children from Internet-based harassment. more »»

Minor leagues, not paid student-athletes

July 9, 2014 A movement to start paying U.S. college athletes has hit fever pitch, and it’s probably going to heat up more before it cools off. more »»

Redskins name is overdue for change

July 7, 2014 Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder should take a cue from Saranac Lake. In 2001, the Saranac Lake school board voted to drop Redskins as the school nickname. more »»

Good call by judges

July 5, 2014 We’re glad a state appeals court ruled Thursday to uphold the state Adirondack Park Agency’s Jan. 20, 2012, decision to allow the Adirondack Club and Resort in Tupper Lak. more »»

Hope guided our nation from the start

July 4, 2014 Among the grumbling and grievances that led up to the American Revolution, an idea grew that the colonies shouldn’t just demand respect as loyal British subjects — rather, that they should go it... more »»

Major shift for local nursing homes

July 2, 2014 Adirondack Health is selling off its Uihlein Living Center nursing home in Lake Placid, it announced last week. more »»

Happy Canada Day

July 1, 2014 The Enterprise wishes our Canadian neighbors a happy Canada Day. more »»

Good steps to slow invasive species

June 30, 2014 New York’s Legislature has given Gov. Andrew Cuomo two important bills intended to slow the spread of invasive plants and animals in rivers, lakes and ponds. He should sign them into la. more »»

Be cautious around waterfalls

June 28, 2014 Today’s Plattsburgh High School graduation ceremony is sure to be tearful — not just for the always emotional life transition but for a classmate who was supposed to be there in cap and gown, but... more »»

Advice to graduates

June 27, 2014 Graduation ceremonies are tonight for the three Tri-Lakes public high schools; Keene’s commencement is tomorrow. more »»

Stefanik looks tough to beat in November

June 26, 2014 Elise Stefanik’s big Republican primary win Tuesday gives her a great deal of momentum for the Nov. 4 general election. more »»



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