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Legislators look lousy in feud with sheriff

September 14, 2013 Franklin County legislators have made themselves look pretty bad in an ongoing feud with Sheriff Kevin Mulverhill. more »»

A crushing blow to rail-trail coexistence

September 13, 2013 Bureaucracy has finally destroyed a plan for two visions of the Adirondack railroad corridor to coexist side by side, at least between Lake Placid and Saranac Lake. more »»

Hopeful for peace, one non-war at a time

September 12, 2013 We are very hopeful about a possible deal brokered by Russia for Syria to give up its chemical weapons and sign the international chemical weapons convention, if the U.S. backs away from airstrik. more »»

A new day of infamy

September 11, 2013 (Editor’s note: This editorial was originally published in the Enterprise on Sept. 11, 2001. more »»

Give generously for a homeless shelter

September 9, 2013 Giving shelter to the homeless is one of the most basic of charitable acts, yet people today don’t do it enoug. more »»

Mountains & Valleys

September 7, 2013 MOUNTAIN — to Floyd Lampart for finishing his amazing 11,346-mile bike journey around the perimeter of the continental United States Monday, and to his wife Martha for her strong support from the... more »»

Need to know about NSA spying abuse

September 6, 2013 Revelations of domestic spying by the National Security Agency, including snooping among millions of email messages and telephone records, have made many Americans wonder how secure we are in the... more »»

Mountains & Valleys of the rail-trail debate

September 5, 2013 MOUNTAIN — to the state departments of Transportation and Environmental Conservation for setting public meetings about the management of the 119-mile Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor, where a... more »»

Tupper does it again

September 4, 2013 What a wonderful effort Tupper Lakers put in to save the State Theater from becoming obsolete at the end of the yea. more »»

Congress, vote no to Syria strikes

September 2, 2013 We’re glad President Obama has asked Congress to decide whether the United States should send its military to Syria for strikes against the government ther. more »»

Addicts hurt more than just themselves

August 31, 2013 We applaud the local, state and federal law enforcement authorities for a successful roundup of 36 suspected drug dealers Wednesday in Franklin County. more »»

Pick up the phone and help puppies

August 30, 2013 In light of the Plattsburgh pet store owner and her husband charged with neglecting sick pets and then abandoning 24 puppies throughout Clinton County, now there is something you can do to hel. more »»

Keep Iraq in mind in weighing Syria strike

August 29, 2013 Another 80-plus people were killed in Iraq Wednesday, adding to a death toll of thousands just since April. It is becoming clearer and clearer that the U.S. more »»

College aid fix could be simpler

August 28, 2013 President Obama’s proposal to control college tuition and quality is not exactly what we had in mind, but we’re glad he’s trying to solve the problem of runaway college tuition. more »»

Exciting signs

August 26, 2013 Never in recent memory has Saranac Lake seen so much energy and hope for economic improvement as it has this summer. more »»

Tupper Lake snowmobile dream is achievable

August 24, 2013 Tupper Lake seems to be on the right track toward increasing snowmobile tourism. more »»

Nuclear NIMBY

August 23, 2013 Among the most serious energy-related challenges facing the United States is what to do with waste generated at nuclear power plants, health care facilities and other users of radioactive materials. more »»

Rail question should not delay Tupper trail

August 22, 2013 A Tupper Lake village trail project has hit a snag as municipal crews try to build part of it along a former railroad spur that branched off the main line to the former Oval Wood Dish factory and an... more »»

Remember the Fourth Amendment

August 21, 2013 U.S. District Judge Shira A. Scheindlin’s ruling that the controversial New York City law known as “stop and frisk” is unconstitutional should be regarded with respect. more »»

More ‘informality’ than breach of justice

August 19, 2013 We’re glad someone at the state level is watching over town and village justices, but the recent prosecution of Howard Riley by the state Commission on Judicial Conduct seems like much ado about —... more »»



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