Congratulations to Roger Long and the Lakers 16U ladies for representing the North Country with class at the GymRat Challenge. You played hard, played with pride and showed college coaches in the Northeast there is talent in Sections 7 and 10. Good luck with the rest of your summer season.
Parents check your kids’ Facebook. My son took a beating on FB by two girls who claim to be nice people. I saw your comments — how rude and cowardly of you two.
Girls can be so devious to boys when they break up. As a mother of a male, I am shocked at what girls will do to a male if they go through a breakup.
In Franklin County drug dealers are using taxpayers to stock their supply with Medicaid benefits. Census Bureau says that 26 percent of U.S. households had someone enrolled in Medicaid. Drug testing people on welfare is wrong?
Why am I seeing so many people in Plattsburgh driving and talking on their cell phones? Even big-business vehicles. Come on, people, you are putting my life and my family’s life in danger.
People are so worried about tobacco advertisements and youth, yet no one seems to worry about alcohol advertisements and youth; why is that? Is it because our politicians like their alcohol, so they don’t want to raise a fuss about it. Alcohol causes many cancers, domestic abuse, nevermind DWI and innocent deaths.
In regard to the individual complaining about speeding going up Dannemora mountain, at least you live in a speed zone. Others happen to live on Route 374, where people are going well above 55. The street is not a playground for children. Be responsible.
To those traveling east on 374 at the intersection of the Turnpike and 374, you need to remember when passing on the right, to yield the traffic you are passing. Very, very dangerous. The straight arrow should be removed before someone is hurt. I’ve seen it several times come close.
Twenty drug dealers taken off the Franklin County streets, congratulations! Now when are the local Clinton County streets gonna be cleaned? The local law enforcement should look at local store parking lots and back roads.