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An American ‘must-read’

March 10, 2015 This April marks the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, and no discussion of this conflict is complete without an understanding of Harriet Beecher Stowe (March is Women’s History Month)... more »»

Bobsledding in a bathtub

March 9, 2015 I have never engaged in a sport or activity that required the use of a helmet. more »»

Who are we — what is our identity?

March 7, 2015 We are a two-time Olympic village in the heart of the beautiful Adirondacks. We continue to be a destination for international, World Cup, collegiate and other sporting activities. more »»

Revised direction for education

March 6, 2015 The heart of education is what is contained in the curriculum, how teaching and learning are managed, and how we assess and evaluate the products of learning. more »»

More than one way to build a hotel

March 5, 2015 Dear Mayor Rabideau and Saranac Lake village trustees: As you make your decision whether to approve the Lake Flower hotel Planned Unit Development District, I ask you please to consider the... more »»

Rushing a not-so-great project

March 4, 2015 Hard to stand by and not comment on the hotel proposal. I do not believe people oppose growth and development for Saranac Lake; we just differ on the type of development being considered. more »»

Central Park in reverse

March 3, 2015 Some say the new Lake Flower Spa and Resort should be located somewhere else, that it’s too big, too ugly, creating overcapacity, creating congestion, too many people! Wo. more »»

Reality check

March 2, 2015 In response to Feb. 9 Guest Commentary, “Waterboarding,” by George J. Bryjak: I thought I was looking at Wikipedia or reading a term paper on waterboardin. more »»

Salting to excess — at what cost?

February 28, 2015 We have all seen the salt trucks barreling down the road, spraying the black pavement with salt crystals when nothing is falling from the sky and the temperatures are plummeting. more »»

Happy 35th anniversary, Lake Placid

February 26, 2015 Friday night, Feb. 13, 35 years to the day since Lake Placid hosted the Opening Ceremony of the 13th Olympic Winter Games, the flame in the torch tower cauldron was reignited. more »»

A trail to better life, health

February 25, 2015 New York has an opportunity to create a multi-use trail through the Adirondacks that would be a wonderful addition to the constellation of upstate multi-use trails, including the Erie Canalway Trail... more »»

TRiO at 50: Will Congress support it?

February 24, 2015 The TRiO Student Support Services program at Paul Smith’s College will recognize National TRiO Day again this year with two celebrations: one on campus and one off campus. more »»

Time to speak up against hotel plan

February 21, 2015 Many residents of this region try to follow the progress and public opinion regarding the proposed Lake Flower hotel via a proposed PUDD (Planned Unit Development District) proffered by the... more »»

Imagine a park instead of a hotel

February 20, 2015 “The thing the ’60s did was to show us the possibilities and the responsibility that we all had. It wasn’t the answer. It just gave us a glimpse of the possibilit. more »»

Is two too many?

February 19, 2015 The vision of the Roedel Companies was to restore a community center for the people of Saranac Lake when it agreed to purchase and begin refurbishing the Hotel Saranac in 2013. more »»

Congress stalls as evidence of fracking harm mounts

February 18, 2015 Last month, the Senate voted for the first time on closing a dangerous loophole in the Clean Water and Safe Drinking Water acts. more »»

Office space at the town hall

February 17, 2015 On Wednesday, Feb. 4, a headline on page 1 of the Enterprise read: “Village wants more space in town hal. more »»

Development, ‘Downton Abbey’ and the Lake Flower hotel

February 16, 2015 While there are many reasons why people enjoy watching the popular PBS miniseries “Downton Abbey,” gaining insight into the pros and cons of growth and development in a small town like Saranac Lake... more »»

From New York Newspapers

February 16, 2015 The New York Daily News on political corruption in Albany, Feb. 11 - They’re running scared in Albany because New Yorkers have had enough of their rigged games and thiever. more »»



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