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MARTHA SEZ: ‘It’s a bitter pill to swallow’

May 1, 2014 These days, the faith of many staunch Americans is sorely trie. more »»

ON THE SCENE: AIDS, still an epidemic

April 24, 2014 Every 9.5 minutes, an American is infected with the HIV/AIDS virus. AIDS remains an epidemic in America and throughout the worl. more »»

WORLD FOCUS: Internationalization of U.S. education

April 24, 2014 Colin Campbell, president of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation gave a welcoming address to the hundreds of stakeholders, leaders in academia, business, government and the NGO sector who gathered... more »»

MARTHA SEZ: Don’t believe everything

April 24, 2014 Conventional wisdom, in my book, is not wisdom at all. Nothing infuriates me more than other people nodding sagely while piously intoning some truism that I believe to be untrue. more »»

LIFETALK: Finding value in resurrected relationships

April 24, 2014 After 20 years of an adventurous, richly involved life in a huge, overwhelming homestead on the breathtaking west shore of Lake Placid, my husband Harold and I left in a hurry on the top of the... more »»

NORTH COUNTRY KITCHEN: Easter leftovers: What to do with ham and eggs

April 24, 2014 Easter has come and gone. Christ has risen! We’ve come together with friends and family to share and celebrate the miracle of the Resurrection and the new life of sprin. more »»

ON THE SCENE: It’s a small world in Keene

April 17, 2014 Ever want to live someplace really, really different? Try Keene. more »»

OLYMPIC HISTORY: The Green ring of the Olympics

April 17, 2014 In honor of the upcoming celebration of Earth Day, an annual international event which promotes environmental responsibility, staff at the museum decided to jump on the green band wagon and raise... more »»

MARTHA SEZ: It’s all right, spring is here

April 17, 2014 Suddenly it’s spring. As I write this, birds are singing, the sun is shining, warm breezes are blowing, and there are only a few crusty remnants in sight of the giant snow hills left by the plows. more »»

WORLD FOCUS: A dream fulfilled

April 17, 2014 Shawn Marston received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Christopher Newport University and his master’s degree in education and human development from George Washington University. more »»

ON THE SCENE: The art of maple

April 10, 2014 Without a doubt, some of the most prized maple syrup coming out of Keene is tough to buy commercially. more »»

WORLD FOCUS: Sen. Lugar, the problem solver

April 10, 2014 I asked Sen. Richard Lugar: “If you would still be chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, as you have been twice during your tenure in the U.S. more »»

MARTHA SEZ: Facebook is processed junk food for the brain

April 10, 2014 Facebook is great! I go on Facebook to see photographs of my grandchildren. Facebook is driving me crazy. My sister — who is not on Facebook — simply cannot understand my consternation. more »»

NORTH COUNTRY KITCHEN: Spring is a time to eat matzo

April 10, 2014 We’re into rapid melt mode. Snow melts, revealing brown grass mud. Robins return, poking around in the sod searching for worms and bugs. Geese honk overhead, announcing the arrival of spring. more »»

EDITORIAL BOARD: North Elba Supervisor Roby Politi, Part 1

April 4, 2014 Lake Placid News Editor Andy Flynn spoke with town of North Elba Supervisor Roby Politi on Thursday, March 27 at the LPN office on Mill Hill. Politi owns/operates the Merrill L. more »»

ON THE SCENE: In search of Lake Placid’s hockey history

April 3, 2014 Lake Placid is to hockey like Saratoga is to horse racing, still the place everyone wants to go. more »»

IT'S OUR HISTORY: Whiteface Inn, past and present

April 3, 2014 While in the process of scanning thousands of glass plate negatives as part of an ongoing conservation project at the historical society, we came across some striking and elegant images of the... more »»

MARTHA SEZ: Welcome back, parasitic birds

April 3, 2014 Now that it’s spring in the Adirondacks, you have probably seen and heard the flocks of red-winged blackbirds and their cousins, the brown-headed cowbirds, that are congregating in the trees in our... more »»

WORLD FOCUS: Revisiting the past

April 3, 2014 It was 60 years ego that my wife and I escaped from Communist Czechoslovakia. more »»

ON THE SCENE: Remarkable women

March 28, 2014 What women have really impressed you, have inspired you? For some, of course, it is Mother Teresa, Eleanor Roosevelt, or, perhaps Billy Jean Kin. more »»



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