Editorial: City manager worth studying
Changing the form of government under which the City of Plattsburgh operates from a strong mayor to a city manager is an idea at least worth exploring.
- Editorial: Coping with ER closure The concerns raised by ORDA about the proposed closure of the Adirondack Medical Center Emergency Department in Lake Placid have added a substantial new wrinkle to the debate.
Editorial: Work together for downtown
One of the main factors impeding downtown Plattsburgh from reaching its full potential has nothing to do with the number of stores, the amount of parking or the draw of the huge commercial sector up on Route 3.
- Editorial: D-Day prayer In tribute to all the heroes who died on June 6, 1944, and in recognition of the significance in history of "D Day," as it became known, the Press-Republican reprints the prayer offered that day by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Editorial: Term limits not the answer
Term limits aren't the answer. In fact, they are a serious problem for a democracy.
Editorial: Capitalizing on our history
How often do we take a moment out of busy days to reflect on the advantage the North Country has in attracting visitors by virtue of our pivotal role in U.S. history?
Editorial: Biking: exercise, less gasoline
News last week that New York City is inaugurating a revolutionary bike-sharing program is a reminder that the use of a bicycle instead of an automobile ought to be encouraged wherever possible.
Editorial: Praise for community theater
How do you judge a community's vitality? Certainly by its economy, its job offerings, its population, the range of ages represented.
- Editorial: Follow rules to reduce danger The rain came to the rescue this spring.
Editorial: Beware common summer scams
Home upgrades and vacations are traditional summer activities for people in this area. Unfortunately, scam artists know that.
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