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Giving in so many ways

January 14, 2013 It seems every day we are asked to donate to one cause or another and then have to make decisions on how much and which charity has the greater need. more »»

New year, new hopes

December 29, 2012 Another year is reaching its end, and once again we all will wonder what the next year will bring. Regardless of how 2012 went, one must look at 2013 with hope. more »»

The gift of time

December 22, 2012 As this issue of the Lake Placid News hits the press, the end of time looms with end of the world predictions sparked mainly by the ending of the Mayan calendar on Dec. 21, 2012. more »»

Festivus Faceoff and Village Stroll: a good match

December 14, 2012 There was plenty of holiday colors over the weekend — red and green — but not just colors of Christmas. There were colors of rivalry. First were the colors of the holiday season. more »»

Keep the shelves stocked

December 7, 2012 Thanksgiving has passed, and the efforts of local food pantries and those who donated to them or delivered meals, helped feed many families during the holiday. more »»

It’s a local matter

December 6, 2012 Small Business Saturday was held a day after Black Friday on Nov. 24, and with it a push for people to support their local economies by doing their Christmas shopping locally. more »»

Signing off ... hopefully

November 9, 2012 Election time is over and congratulations to all the victorious candidates — and a salute to those who did not win. more »»

We were ready

November 6, 2012 We didn’t need their help this time — but they were indeed ready just in case. more »»

Stop: no light needed

October 29, 2012 The village of Lake Placid recently announced plans to request a study to determine whether or not to place a permanent traffic light at the intersection of Saranac Avenue (state Route 86) and... more »»

What is wrong with this picture? USPS picks winners and losers

October 4, 2012 The newspaper business — both small and large papers — has sounded full-throated opposition this past month about a plan by the U.S. more »»

Be safe, and learn

September 11, 2012 It’s back to school time, and once again time to remind motorists to drive safely and be mindful of children who are traveling along the road on their way to and from school. more »»

Think about the consolidation of the school superintendent post

August 14, 2012 The matter of consolidating the position of school superintendent for Lake Placid, Saranac Lake and Keene Valley has been a topic of discussion recently, but it’s easier said than done. more »»

Will this story have a happy ending?

August 6, 2012 It’s no Hollywood script here — the harsh reality is that every movie theater inside the Adirondack Park may be closed down within a year and a half. more »»

COMMENTARY: Ironman, more than just a race

August 1, 2012 I admit it. When I first moved up to the area, I stayed away from Lake Placid and the surrounding area on Ironman weeken. more »»

An Iron message

July 20, 2012 Once again it’s time to welcome the throngs of athletes, fans, families and friends to Lake Placid’s annual Ironman triathlon. more »»

A good time to be in the Olympic Village

June 29, 2012 This is one of the busiest stretches of the summer season for events in Lake Placid, and hopefully residents and visitors alike take the opportunity to enjoy some of the fine events that are on tap... more »»

A message to the Class of 2012

June 21, 2012 Graduation from high school is bittersweet. On one side there is the sense of accomplishment and joy of moving on to another phase of one’s life. more »»

A good time for safety on the roads

June 11, 2012 The nice weather is here — and so are the many visitors and athletes who enjoy coming up to the Olympic Village. Let’s all remember exhibit more caution when driving. more »»

Still no safe passage

May 21, 2012 Kudos to the cycling community for getting their voice heard. more »»

Move the skate park

May 14, 2012 It would be a crying shame if the town of North Elba was forced to give away the skate park that now sits at the Thomas Shipman Youth Cente. more »»



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