Can states stomach public executions?
June 9, 2014 In the aftermath of a botched lethal-injection execution in Ohio last month that took 26 minutes for Dennis McGuire to die, the always contentious death penalty debate is once again front and cente. more »»
The state of Can Am Rugby
June 7, 2014 The Board of Directors of Can Am Rugby presents the following status of the Can Am Rugby Tournament and organization to the communities of Saranac Lake and North Elba/Lake Placid. more »»
Did you know Chester Fobare?
June 6, 2014 Did you know Chester Fobare? Did you know his personality, his passions, his real story? We know Chet as Dot’s husband, a social, light-hearted and deeply committed couple. more »»
Heritage tourism holds promise
June 3, 2014 Saranac Lake’s future is looking brighter these days, and one promising area of economic growth is tourism. Tourism is one of the largest employers in the United States, providing 7.4 million job. more »»
Lesson from a music teacher
June 3, 2014 I was exiting a recent Spring Concert at Willsboro Central School when two individuals sought me out to tell me how much they enjoyed and appreciated the points of view I have expressed in letters t... more »»
Blundering into a Syrian quagmire?
June 2, 2014 With his address at West Point, President Obama succeeded where all his previous efforts had failed. He brought us together. Nobody seems to have liked the speech. more »»
Is democracy another god that failed?
May 28, 2014 On Memorial Day weekend, scores of thousands of bikers arrived here for their annual Rolling Thunder tribute to America’s veterans, especially those lost in our wars or left behind. more »»
‘We just can’t afford it anymore’
May 23, 2014 The Enterprise has recently carried articles related to the emergency need for infrastructure funding, cuts in school budgets, need for consolidation of local and regional governments, reduction in... more »»
Railroad: ‘economic lifeline’ to Park
May 22, 2014 In 1972, Charles Montooth, a transportation consultant and member of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Taliesin Architects, said, “We should look to the future by saving and improving what we already... more »»
LBJ’s bifurcated legacy
May 20, 2014 WASHINGTON — Standing on his presidential limousine, Lyndon Johnson, campaigning in Providence, Rhode Island, in September 1964, bellowed through a bullhorn: “We’re in favor of a lot of things, and... more »»
A left-right convergence?
May 19, 2014 Last summer, in this capital of gridlock, a miracle occurred. The American people rose as one and told the government of the United States not to drag us into another Middle East war in Syria. more »»