- Editorial: State, region losing numbers Recently released projected population figures for 2012 show the North Country gaining, thanks to nearby Jefferson County, and the state barely holding off Florida as the third-most-populous state in the nation.â€©
- Editorial: Serving up compassion For people who have never made a living in the business world, a limited pay-what-you-want proposition at a national restaurant chain seems logical enough.
- Editorial: Pay attention to young people Communities everywhere are trying to figure out how to keep young people from leaving.
- Editorial: A new path to openness The most important traits for any municipality are to be efficient, care about the people of the community, make good decisions with taxpayer money and to be open about all transactions.
- Editorial: Valuable natural resource Lake Champlain has been described as an angler's dream. That ethereal description translates to solid money, a literally green reason to protect this valuable natural resource.
Editorial: SUNY scores a huge coup
News that the State University of New York may soon create its 65th campus -- the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering -- is welcome.
- Editorial: Throwback ferry still meets needs Monday's Press-Republican Lookback was a reminder of how long, how hard and how futilely residents along the shores of Lake Champlain have been fighting for a bridge connecting Plattsburgh and Burlington.
- Editorial: Expert advice to avoid fraud It's easy to get ripped off, if you aren't attentive.
- Editorial: Cutting off alcohol sales Making a decision about what time bars must stop serving alcohol is difficult because it necessitates government intruding on what seems like a business decision.
- Editorial: Important votes today Village residents will shape the future of their communities with votes today, especially in Champlain.
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