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Show the importance of a good story

October 7, 2013 I learned about the importance of telling a good story — something your publications try to do each and every day — from a Tennessean who was a dear friend of mine. more »»

Facts yes, name-calling no

October 4, 2013 In his Sept. more »»

Climate change linked to violence

October 3, 2013 We live in an environment surrounded with the vulnerability of negative impacts. There is so much hype about the term “climate change” since it has had measurable impacts on humans and our planet. more »»

Climate change must be confronted

October 2, 2013 I am writing to express my thoughts about our country’s national security policy as it pertains to the issue of global climate change. more »»

Neighbor … ha, ha, ha

October 1, 2013 A letter from Kelly Duffy to Clyde Rabideau in regard to the real estate deal between the Duffys and Clyde Rabideau: --- The one fact that the announcement of the North Country Community College... more »»

Biblical floods leave toxic legacy

September 30, 2013 TV news does an incredible job of capturing the immediate, heart-wrenching impacts of extreme floods: We all watched in horror as Colorado’s 1,000-year storm, and Hurricane Sandy and Katrina, ravage... more »»

Five towns, one goal

September 28, 2013 The five towns consisting of Minerva, Newcomb, North Hudson, Indian Lake and Long Lake are working together to take advantage of the recent and future state acquisition of the former Finch, Pruyn an... more »»

This land is your land

September 27, 2013 When asked about our nation’s current achievements, we as a people cannot joyfully point to such things as the Johnson administration’s pursuit of the Great Society or, along such similar lines,... more »»

Reporter outside Kenya mall; good friends inside

September 26, 2013 (Editor’s note: Although this writer does not give his friends’ last name, the Enterprise on Wednesday identified them as Lyndsay, Nick and Julia Handler, formerly of Lake Placid. more »»

A possible rail/trail compromise

September 25, 2013 As an avid bicycle tourer, I find the even grade of rail trails monotonous. more »»

Elitists skew truth about railroad

September 24, 2013 Much water has passed under the bridge in the rail/trail debate, with decidedly polar opinions and perspectives on the hoped-for outcome: rail only, trail only, rail and trail, neither rail or trai. more »»

Kill the EPA? Let our rivers burn?

September 23, 2013 It’s September, and if you’re like me, you and your family are getting out on the water, plunging from a high rope swing as often as possible, before cold weather arrives. more »»

It’s never too late to learn

September 20, 2013 Families across the United States are preparing to send their children back to school with new book bags and school supplies. more »»

The people, the press and the public’s right to know

September 19, 2013 In the summer of 1787, the nation’s most influential lawyers, generals and politicians gathered in Philadelphia with a single purpose: to create a government that was ruled by the people instead of... more »»

Keep the train

September 19, 2013 (Editor’s note: This was sent to the state Department of Transportation as a comment on a possible review of the unit management plan for the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor. more »»

Train critics spread misinformation

September 18, 2013 Within the last month, several regional newspaper editorial boards have printed pieces concerning their support for a “recreation trail” versus a “tourist train” for the section of the Remsen-Lake... more »»

Democracy and the rail debate

September 17, 2013 When the people have spoken, when do their leaders have to listen? We are engaged in what to me appears to be political theater over the future of the mostly abandoned rail corridor through the... more »»

Visitors would come for rail trail

September 16, 2013 I am writing as a small business owner, a cyclist and as a resident of Saranac Lake. I am asking for support for the Adirondack Rail Trail initiative. more »»

State must now listen to local governments

September 14, 2013 Now is the moment for taking advantage of one of the greatest opportunities for economic advancement we’ve had in my lifetime. more »»

For trail, but not town board move

September 13, 2013 Tuesday night the town of North Elba board voted to abandon the railside trail that we had been working to develop since 2000. more »»



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