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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 »»

We’re at the crossroads

February 14, 2015 Lake Placid’s success didn’t happen overnight, and it didn’t happen by accident. It happened because of enthusiastic and determined people with good ideas who took a chance and dared to be differen. more »»

The health care test for Rep. Stefanik: First do no harm

February 14, 2015 Earlier this month, when Republicans prepared to vote yet again on repeal of the Affordable Care Act, New York Congressman John Katko made it clear that, in his view, the ground in the health care... more »»

How trustworthy are small-town planning boards in New York?

February 13, 2015 While New York state has its share of large cities, about 600 of the state’s 931 towns are small, mainly rural, governments with population less than 5,00. more »»

Brian Williams is either lying or unforgivably incompetent

February 12, 2015 There’s been a lot said in recent days about the anger that Iraq veterans feel about Brian Williams account of his experience aboard a helicopter during the war in 2003. more »»

Court actions are a major part of American democracy

February 11, 2015 In their recent Guest Commentary (Jan. more »»

Marina is economically important

February 10, 2015 I’m writing to express my sentiments regarding the Saranac Lake Marina project. more »»

Waterboarding: history, religion and language

February 9, 2015 Waterboarding has been used as a form of torture, a mechanism for extracting information, and a method to coerce individuals accused of committing crimes to confess to these transgressions. more »»

Docks don’t bother fish

February 7, 2015 During these past several months I’ve attended several of the Harrietstown Planning Board meetings regarding the expansion of the marina on Lower Saranac Lake. more »»

People up here care about police

February 6, 2015 I recently read a letter from a Wisconsin police officer entitled “Today I Stopped Caring.” In the letter he talks about how a once-noble profession has become hated and distrusted. more »»



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