Editorial: Appreciating acts of kindness
Every once in awhile we get a Speakout entry that really sets people off.
Editorial: City action on test unethical
The City of Plattsburgh administration has gone too far this time in its decades-long dispute with its Fire Department.
Editorial: Show pride by cleaning up
Walk along some of the back roads of the North Country, and you will easily spot evidence of the disregard some people have for the environment.
- Editorial: Postal Service options dimming Congress has rebuffed the U.S. Postal Service on approving a plan to drop Saturday mail delivery in order to get expenses into a break-even situation.
Editorial: Terror, turmoil and security
The bombings at the Boston Marathon are a stark reminder of the vulnerability of the world's strongest nation.
- Editorial: Pressure from excessive testing While it is, comparatively, a small number of parents who will opt their children out from the statewide exams today, the rebellion will continue to grow unless New York makes adjustments in what many deem as excessive testing.
Editorial: Financing campaigns
Campaign-finance reform is needed in New York state to help even the playing field, give the average citizen more power and curb abuses.
Editorial: TSA vigilance appreciated
America is the land of the initials and acronyms. Government, particularly, seems to be the venue for indispensable letter combinations.
- Editorial: Screen for alcohol abuse Any police officer will tell you that alcohol abuse is behind the majority of crimes in the North Country.
- Budget letter deadline set This is the time of year when many people have the most emphatic opinions about what is going on in their school district. Letters to the Editor about school votes are due by 5 p.m. May 13.
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