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Are we losing our rivers?

December 5, 2014 Granville Beach was a secluded swimming hole on a snaky bend of the White River, the ideal place to meet Vermont neighbors on a hot summer day before 2011’s Hurricane Irene. more »»

The Lake Flower PUDD is legally inadequate

December 4, 2014 In postponing a decision on the proposed Lake Flower Planned Unit Development District, Saranac Lake village trustees cited the need for more information about project finances. more »»

NSA is tied tightly with Lake Placid

December 3, 2014 Attached is a letter that we recently mailed to our alumni and friends. As stated, National Sports Academy needs to raise $400,000 to stay open. more »»

Meningitis vaccination can save life

December 2, 2014 This is an open letter to all. With flu season here, I want to share our story to help shed light on a disease which many people are not educated about. more »»

Whom do you believe?

December 2, 2014 Last year, President Barack Obama made his position perfectly clear: Chuck Hagel “is an American patriot. ... more »»

Let’s talk about ‘black on black’ crime

December 1, 2014 OK, fine. Let’s talk about “black on black” crime. more »»

Police need to be able to do their job

November 29, 2014 Local police officers should stop carrying guns. more »»

State’s rail/trail findings dubious

November 29, 2014 I am writing in the belief that the state has not conducted a professional evaluation of the rail-to-trail options and has presented an indefensible recommendation based on conjecture, bias and a... more »»

Supreme Court denies gravity

November 28, 2014 I remember when people changed the oil in their cars and trucks themselves. Most of us dumped it around a utility pole or fence post. On the farms where I put up hay, they dumped it into gullies. more »»

Hagel didn’t start the fire

November 26, 2014 Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, a Vietnam war veteran and the lone Republican on Obama’s national security team, has been fired. And John McCain’s assessment is dead on. more »»

President careless on Constitution

November 25, 2014 To think that President Barack Obama has taken the oath of office four times (through accidents of circumstance, twice each time he was elected. more »»

Recalling Rockefeller

November 24, 2014 WASHINGTON — Seen through the prism of subsequent national experience, Nelson Rockefeller resembles a swollen post-war automobile — a land yacht with tail fins, a period piece, bemusing and... more »»

Sons and daughters

November 22, 2014 “I hope you get in a car accident on your way home” were the words spoken to me to close a conversation with a parent regarding playing time for one of my football players this past fall. more »»

Past, present, future of ski club

November 22, 2014 The Saranac Lake Ski Club has a long and rich history, with its origins tracing back to the turn of the last century. Research shows that the club had 105 members as far back as 1918. more »»

Neither DOT nor DEC did its homework on railroad

November 21, 2014 Last fall, the New York State Department of Transportation and the Department of Environmental Conservation held a series of “listening sessions” to determine whether the unit management plan for th... more »»

It’s time for school boards to lead

November 19, 2014 In spite of the limitations that mandates prescribe, local school boards can significantly direct the internal workings of their schools to the extent they have acquired the necessary insights to do... more »»

State favoritism toward trains?

November 18, 2014 Should the old Adirondack rail corridor be converted to a year-round, multi-use recreation trail? Should it be rehabilitated for an extended tourist train? Or should we split the difference and buil... more »»

Water is a human right in Detroit, Ireland, Iraq everywhere

November 17, 2014 Last summer, Iraq’s Yazidi people fled to the desert to escape religious persecution. Trapped atop Mount Sinjar, the refugees started dying of thirst. more »»

From New York Newspapers

November 17, 2014 The Post-Standard of Syracuse on the return of Fort Drum soldiers from Afghanistan Nov. more »»

Lake Flower PUDD needs serious work

November 15, 2014 There are many concerns Saranac Lake village residents and taxpayers have about the Lake Flower hotel project, the proposed planned unit development district (PUDD) law and the process that has been... more »»



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