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Shop locally this holiday season

December 6, 2019 We have a global economy, and we can’t buy everything we need in the Tri-Lakes region, but as much as you can this holiday season, please shop locally. Here are the reasons that benefit YOU: . more »»

 
 
 
Thanksgiving

November 27, 2019 Whether it’s a religious observance or the traditional American one, at its very core, Thanksgiving has always been about counting your blessings. more »»

Put some thought into giving to food pantries

November 22, 2019 It’s usually an afterthought. Walking out the door at the grocery store, you see a cardboard box serving as a catch-all for donations to the local food pantry. more »»

Adopt some balls and support USA Luge

November 15, 2019 There is still time to adopt lacrosse balls for USA Luge’s fifth annual Running of the Balls benefit race when the Viessmann Luge World Cup comes to town Thanksgiving wee. more »»

Lesson from Norway: Channel your inner child and embrace the winter months

November 7, 2019 We don’t need more reminders that winter weather is here and will likely be here for another six months. Some people don’t like to hear that, but hey, this is the Adirondacks. more »»

Congrats to the Lake Placid Hall of Fame Class of 2019

November 1, 2019 Congratulations to the four people inducted into the Lake Placid Hall of Fame on Saturday, Oct. more »»

Adirondack Daily Enterprise celebrates 125 years with special history edition

October 25, 2019 Last week’s Lake Placid News print edition landed with a nice heavy thud — a whole lot of reading material for a mere $1.25. more »»

Use buses to get hikers where they want to go

October 18, 2019 The Columbus Day/Canadian Thanksgiving holiday weekend is one of the busiest weekends of the year for hiking in the Adirondacks, and the increased popularity of this activity in the High Peaks was... more »»

Grant request choices could have been better

October 11, 2019 The North Country Regional Economic Development Council’s new annual report notes that New York state has set certain priorities it wants regions to address in their grant proposals this year: child... more »»

First responders deserve support

October 3, 2019 It’s been a rough few months for tragic accidents. It’s been one of those times when terrible things happen in quick succession, and there isn’t really any common thread to connect them. more »»

Real question is, how much climate change will we let happen?

September 27, 2019 Unfortunately, the issue of climate change has become tied up in partisan politics. Because one party says it’s a top priority, the other says it isn’t. more »»

Taking kids’ personal information comes back to bite YouTube

September 20, 2019 Attorneys general in states throughout the country may want to take a look at a big payout from the Google YouTube online service. more »»

Let’s make Lake Placid’s neighborhoods great again

September 13, 2019 Whether it’s a moratorium on new short-term vacation rentals in residental zones, a flat-out ban on these types of uses in residential zones, a restriction to only let full-time residents have... more »»

Don’t scrape more money from New York’s license plates

September 6, 2019 There are 75 million reasons for New York to make the state’s drivers get new license plates — one for each dollar the state expects to make from a scheme released last week in the guise of a fun ne... more »»

Rotary Club needs stuffed toys

September 6, 2019 When the Rotary Club of Lake Placid took over the annual Teddy Bear Picnic last year — continuing a tradition that began with the now-defunct Lake Placid Kiwanis Club in the early 1990s — it once... more »»

Selfish act of buying out vendors will never prevent newspaper from publishing the news

August 30, 2019 Unless you are a subscriber — receiving your newspaper in the mail — it was difficult to find an Aug. 23 issue of the Lake Placid News at any of our Lake Placid vendors this past week. more »»

Reckless gun stunts

August 23, 2019 An Oregon man is lucky his idea of testing the Second Amendment did not result in his death. more »»

Lake Placid fortunate to have summer music

August 15, 2019 And just like that, it’s over. Summer concerts in Lake Placid ended this week for two groups with the Lake Placid Sinfonietta’s final Symphony Series concert Sunday, Au. more »»

$100M sticker shock

August 9, 2019 To a lot of people, it’s baffling that the state Olympic Regional Development Authority is proposing to spend $100 million on an overhaul of a single winter sports venue, the Lake Placid Olympic... more »»

Grumbling continues over events, upgrades, but that is healthy

August 1, 2019 When we shared updates of the Ironman Lake Placid swim at Mirror Lake Sunday morning, July 28, on the Lake Placid News Facebook page, we weren’t surprised to see a mix of people who support the even... more »»

Preston had plenty of optimism for Wilmington

July 26, 2019 Along with the rest of the region, we were deeply saddened to hear about the death of Wilmington town Supervisor Randy Preston on July 18, and we extend our deepest condolences to his family,... more »»

 
 
 

 

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Taking it one step at a time on the Lake Placid Diet

June 20, 2019 It’s like looking in a full-length mirror every time I file a new column. That’s why it’s taken me so long to give you an update on the Lake Placid Diet. I dread looking in the mirro. more »

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