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Missing a lost mother

March 19, 2016 “They that love beyond the world cannot be separated by it. Death cannot kill what never dies.” — William Penn. --- Outside my window, the golden light of March dapples the ground. more »»

To help democracy, we need to shed light on major donors

March 18, 2016 It was a close election year in 2002 in Wisconsin. A late barrage of commercials may have made the difference for the party that won the governor’s office and control of the legislature. more »»

Drastic change in federal culture needed to end suppression of information

March 17, 2016 Last year, when Environmental Protection Agency staff members knew there were bigger problems with the Flint, Michigan, water supply than the agency was saying, they were under orders not to... more »»

True disclosure demands full accountability

March 16, 2016 With its Citizens United and McCutcheon decisions, the U.S. Supreme Court clearly articulated the value of disclosure and transparency to the health of our democracy. more »»

The significance of a great coffee shop and the rebirth of downtown

March 15, 2016 The impact of coffee on people of all cultures is well documented. more »»

Poof — and it’s gone!

March 15, 2016 What if you send a selfie and add some scribbled text, and find out later that it was a mistake and got into the wrong hands? What if a government official wants to send an important message, maybe... more »»

Ten Commandments for Open Meetings

March 14, 2016 “I think heroic deeds were all conceived in the open air.” The quote atop this editorial is from Walt Whitman’s “Song of the Open Road” — a cheerful 1856 tribute to freedom and the great outdoors. more »»

Feeding frack waste to our kids

March 14, 2016 Five years ago, 420,000 gallons of oil field wastewater engulfed the Johnson ranch in Crossroads, New Mexico. more »»

Bernie’s moment

March 11, 2016 This week, Bernie Sanders finally achieved what many of his supporters believed all along: He became a serious contender for the Democratic presidential nominatio. more »»

Being patient on Lake Flower beach

March 11, 2016 I want to write this commentary to let everyone (community and world) know that this effort to bring the Lake Flower beach back is one that has been made (or tried) several times since the propertie... more »»

From New York Newspapers

March 11, 2016 The Gloversville Leader-Herald on how New York state is spending too much money promoting tourism to Canadians, March 6 - New York state plans to spend $500,000 to promote New York’s winter tourism... more »»

Fun(eral) with fentanyl and its friends

March 10, 2016 They always look like they’re staring a million miles off, into infinity. They have a sleepy, detached stare. It’s so frustrating because they’re beyond being reasoned with. more »»

Has the decline of the GOP become the fall of the GOP?

March 9, 2016 The last few years, I’ve been writing timid essays about the fragile state of the Republican Party, probing nervously at the idea that the GOP as we knew it might be unraveling, morphing, becoming... more »»

Patchy policy for the Adirondacks

March 7, 2016 The Adirondack Park is a vast area, and proper stewardship of its sensitive and interconnected regions — from High Peaks to wild rivers to boreal wetlands — requires us to think and act on a... more »»

Homeless housing proposal in Saranac Lake is excellent

March 5, 2016 I write to encourage the Saranac Lake village board’s approval of zoning changes needed to accommodate the request of the Ecumenical Council and Lakeside House to establish a transitional housing... more »»

The Adirondack crab bucket

March 4, 2016 One of the things the rail-trail fight has brought to light is rather disturbin. more »»

How schools undermine democracy

March 2, 2016 Elected officials pay a lot more attention to the care and feeding of big campaign financiers and corporate lobbyists than to the ordinary citizens who voted them into offic. more »»

Three cheers for our mayor and the hundreds of volunteers, contributors

February 25, 2016 In 1998, Camoin Associates met with the town and village leaders of Tupper Lake, interested community groups and public, to establish planning meetings and long term goals for our community. more »»

Editorial questioned my compassion

February 24, 2016 The Enterprise’s Feb. more »»

Rail/trail discussions shouldn’t be ‘my way or the highway’

February 22, 2016 I was pleased to read your two-part editorial about the railroad debate because I think you opened up the discussion to allow us all to analyze what has happened so far, as a community and region. more »»



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