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Duprey for Assembly

September 8, 2014 Janet Duprey has been, as far as we can tell, an attentive and fair representative for northeastern New York during her eight years in the state Assembly. more »»

Teachout is the better Democrat for governor

September 6, 2014 Regular readers of Enterprise editorials over the last four years may remember that we were unsure about Andrew Cuomo when he ran for governor in 201. more »»

A rocky transition for education

September 5, 2014 Recently the state announced the math and English language arts results for students in grades 3 to 8. more »»

The politics of pre-k

September 4, 2014 With classes back in session, it’s worth noting that the state of New York has not been kind to schools in the last five or six years. Forced to make harsh cuts in a recession, the state, under Go. more »»

Checks and balances are needed

September 3, 2014 Our nation’s founders disagreed on a multitude of issues about how to govern the United States. But on one thing they put their partisanship aside for the good of future Americans. more »»

Waterskiing on Mirror Lake isn’t compatible with vision for village

September 1, 2014 It’s tough to turn down business, but that’s what we’re asking the Lake Placid Village Board of Trustees to do as it faces reissuing a permit for next year’s Eastern Region Water Ski Championship... more »»

Hobofest, Farm 2 Fork flavor Labor Day weekend

August 30, 2014 The coalition of Hobofest, a music festival that debuted five years ago, and the Farm 2 Fork food fest, which started a year later, has quickly made Labor Day weekend one of the most anticipated... more »»

Maybe neglect didn’t cause death, but ...

August 29, 2014 It will come as no surprise to those who watch the government closely that the Department of Veterans Affairs has concluded it was not responsible for the deaths of veterans kept waiting for care at... more »»

Let’s walk out of the darkness to prevent suicide

August 28, 2014 One wonders how a person who appears to be so happy and excited about life, like comedian Robin Williams, would commit suicide. more »»

National debt grows ever more worrisome

August 27, 2014 Another reminder of the seriousness of the national debt came earlier this summer, when foreign holdings of U.S. Treasury securities topped $6 trillion for the first time in history. more »»

Support your local volunteer fire, rescue departments

August 22, 2014 There are many causes out there looking for donations for one thing or another, but one that should take priority is giving to your local volunteer fire and rescue department. more »»

Mountains and Valleys

August 20, 2014 Mountains of creativity are about to ascend on Saranac Lake with the Plein Air Festiva. more »»

TSA employees need basic knowledge of the United States

August 18, 2014 As Washington, D.C., resident Justin Gray was trying to board an airliner in Orlando, Florida, earlier this summer, a Transportation Safety Administration agent asked him for some identification. more »»

Tick study perfect for Adirondacks

August 16, 2014 Chances are that you have been bitten, or know someone who has been bitten by a tic. more »»

Federal officials need to get ahead of Ebola

August 15, 2014 Nearly 20 years ago, author Richard Preston’s nonfiction book, “The Hot Zone,” told a horror story as disturbing as any make-believe tal. more »»

Obama, let inspectors do their job

August 13, 2014 Perhaps the best friends Americans have in government are the inspectors general who act as watchdogs to root out waste and sometimes, crime by politicians and bureaucrat. more »»

Tax break isn’t funny

August 11, 2014 Stephen Colbert had better be really, really funny as the replacement for David Letterman on “The Late Show,” because the $16 million in tax credits the show is getting from state taxpayers is no... more »»

Not much left to do about lead in water

August 9, 2014 There’s been a lot of concern over a report that the village of Saranac Lake’s drinking water tested above the state action level for lead. more »»

Cherish these summer days

August 8, 2014 No doubt — it’s busy. more »»

Two hazardous waste days better than none

August 7, 2014 We wonder how many local residents knew about the big, once-a-year event last Saturday in Lake Placid — no, not the rugby or waterski tournament. more »»



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