Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Tearsheets | Media Kit | All Access E-Edition | Routes | Home RSS
Ambassadors should know their countries — at least somewhat

February 24, 2014 For most of U.S. history, presidents of all political parties have used ambassadorships to other countries for political reasons. Sometimes they reward friends. more »»

Unsportsmanlike conduct foul on NBC

February 20, 2014 Many people have told us that, like us, their joy in watching Andrew Weibrecht’s silver-medal-winning ski run Sunday was dampened by poor sportsmanship on the part of a television giant. more »»

Lifetime licenses are good, but too pricey

February 17, 2014 A lifetime membership usually is something you would analyze with skepticism before you rush to sign up. That goes for an announcement last week by Gov. more »»

Nominate a Tri-Lakes Volunteer of the Year

February 15, 2014 In March, as usual, the Enterprise and Lake Placid News will honor a particularly service-oriented Tri-Lakes resident as our Volunteer of the Year, and as usual, we need you to help us by suggesting... more »»

New standards should stay

February 13, 2014 It seems like everywhere you look, the Common Core education reform is coming under attack. more »»

Full-day pre-K isn’t really a top priority

February 10, 2014 What a bandwagon there is for full-day pre-kindergarten. First, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio campaigned on it, then New York Go. more »»

Olympic return a long shot, but miracles do happen here

February 8, 2014 Ever since the 1932 Olympic Winter Games ended, there was hope that Lake Placid would host another Olympics. more »»

Fill empty storefronts

February 3, 2014 Ever think of opening your own business, or expanding one you presently own? Here is an opportunity for everyone to embrace in helping downtown Saranac Lake grow. more »»

Brilliant choices for king and queen

February 1, 2014 Well, these are certainly excellent choices for Winter Carnival king and queen. more »»

Flood insurance hikes should be fair

January 31, 2014 An important test of whether Congress really can get important things done — or, alternatively, is mired in the gridlock critics claim — affects thousands of area homeowners and business people. more »»

No one is an island

January 30, 2014 Many glowing, heartfelt tributes to Australian Army Capt. Paul McKay have appeared in this newspaper of late. We’re glad of tha. more »»

Our Olympic 9 — and then some

January 28, 2014 In the end, our area ended up with more Olympians than we even thought possible. more »»

Be safe when heating your home

January 25, 2014 Another wave of Arctic-cold weather has hit the area. With it could come an increase in the number of house fires — and possibly deaths in them. more »»

Gearing up for Sochi

January 24, 2014 The scrambling is done, the big preparations are made, and it’s getting near time to pack bags. Chris Knight, our senior staff writer, started his Olympic blog yesterday. more »»

Our Olympians

January 23, 2014 Except for Lake Placid alpine skier Andrew Weibrecht, whose status won’t be announced until Sunday, our list of Adirondack Olympians is now complete. more »»

A rep who doesn’t need to make a career of it

January 22, 2014 Bill Owens still has more than 11 months to go as the North Country’s man in the U.. more »»

Time for an annual Olympic Festival

January 20, 2014 Multiple groups hold a variety of popular events throughout the year in Lake Placid, but it’s tough to nail down one that village’s entire local-resident community can rally behind and call its own. more »»

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 — — last fall. more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web