Letters to the Editor


Cleanup support appreciated

To our dearest sponsors and participants of the 2014 Lake Placid Village Clean-Up:

Horse show season underway

Our fundraising season for the Essex County Fair Horse Show has begun!

No fraud in petitions

Elise Stefanik, a Republican congressional candidate, recently alleged that her primary opponent “played political – and potentially fraudulent – games” during the petitioning process.

Agrees with editorial

My compliments and appreciation for your recent and excellent editorial on fracking.

Thanks for donations

On April 26, the ELCS Class of 2018 had a performance by PAC (performanceartconnection.com).

Breakfast a success

The Ticonderoga Elks Lodge #1494 would like to extend our heart-felt thanks to all who participated in our fund raiser this past year and especially in our Friday night dinners and bi-monthly breakfasts.

Thanks for support

The Family of Ted Jacques, Jr. wants to say a million thank you’s to all the wonderful people who overwhelmed us with calls, flowers, cards and the wonderful things that were said in different ways about how nice Ted was.

Cartoon insulting

Your “cartoon” of John Kerry was stupid and inappropriate.

Nursing Home week

National Nursing Home Week (NNHW), which begins on Mother’s Day May 11, and runs through May 17, honors the residents and patients currently in skilled nursing and rehabilitation care centers across the nation with special activities and events.

Clarification on Advisory Board

Several weeks ago you published my letter concerning false statements by candidates for office in their press releases, interviews and commercials.

Surprised by editorial

I was surprised that in the midst of a generally good editorial a suggestion for improving education was by breaking unions.

Thanks for Eagle help

I would like to thank everyone that helped me with my Eagle Scout project at the Ticonderoga Dog Park.

Doheny a ‘carbon copy’

After reading the article about Matt Doheny’s new run for Congress I came away wondering what could the taxpayer expect from someone who twice couldn’t control himself and paid fines for two, “boating-under-the-influence” incidents!

Thank you, Kings Inn

On Monday May 5, the Port Henry Fire Department held its fifteenth annual benefit dinner sponsored by and held at Kings Inn.

Thanks for support

Thank you to everyone who came out May 3 to support our third Annual “Spring Run Off Party” held at the Tannery Pond Community Center.