Letters to the Editor


E-cigarettes are a threat to children

Are e-cigarettes safe? While the answer to that question remains unclear, one thing is certain: E-cigarettes pose a serious threat to our children.

Sweet Adelines welcome new chorus

Champlain Valley Chorus of Sweet Adelines would like to thank the fourteen women who joined with us on Wednesday, June 3, for the first night of our six-week summer SINGsation workshop.

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Thanks to Fire Dept., Community

On May 17, the Moriah Fire Department hosted a breakfast to benefit the Moriah Food Pantry.

Thanks to those who made golf tourney a great success

The second annual Lake Placid Lodge #834 of Free and Accepted Masons Golf Tournament was held on June 6 at the Craig Wood Golf Course.

All welcome to Cycle Adks event

Tuesday, June 9, will mark 75 days until Cycle Adirondacks, Wildlife Conservation Society’s new road-cycling tour of the Park and the surrounding region.

Show your PRIDE

PRIDE of Ticonderoga has been in operation for 31 years of operation, working to improve our local communities.

A Roe Pond thank you

A very special thank you to Steve Lamere and #1 man Chris of the Essex County Fish Hatchery for the monster fish.

God is involved

The liberal ideology espoused by Mr. Binczik needs an abrupt rebuke.

More dehumanizing

The citizens of the Town of Lake George had barely time to catch their breath after their Comprehensive Plan Committee’s April 23 victory over the giant Tree Hugging Environmental Aestheticists, or THEA, in a battle in which Lake George Town Board member, Marissa Muratori, suffered some proverbial collateral damage.

Support needed for International Paper’s Ticonderoga mill

International Paper’s Ticonderoga mill has been and remains an integral part of the North Country economy.

Honoring ‘Decoration Day’

Memorial Day was initiated in 1868 as “Decoration Day” to honor the fallen in the Civil War.

Local resident has blind spot when it comes to police brutality

A recent Siena college survey reported in the Times-Union uncovered a large “blind spot” in the way male CEO’s view issues concerning female employees — equal pay and workplace respect, among others.

Public Health issues fitness challenge

Hamilton County Public Health Nursing Service and the Town of Indian Lake are supporting a new and exciting fitness challenge this summer! “Cross the Park Challenge” is a contest encouraging participants to walk, hike, or run a total of 236.4 miles which is the equivalent distance between the northern and southern boarders of the Adirondack Park from Monday, June 1 through Monday, Aug. 31!

Targeting police a miscarriage of justice

Too often lately we are seeing Obama and his personal Department of Justice telling us that our police forces are a problem and it stems from racial profiling and prejudice.

Thanks for budget approval

We would like to extend our sincere thanks to the voters of Long Lake Central School District for their continued support and for recently approving the 2015-16 school budget.