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Teamwork helped produce playground

November 16, 2012 To the editor: We could not have done it without the support of several agencies and local volunteers! I’m speaking, of course, about the recent repairs and renovations to the Paw Print Park... more »»

Community deserves thanks for playground project

November 16, 2012 To the editor: Paw Print Park at Lake Placid Elementary School recently opened, and the children’s smiles and laughter are a joy to see. more »»

Thanks for Triangle Garden support

November 16, 2012 To the editor, The Garden Club of Lake Placid would like to publicly acknowledge the contribution of the following businesses to the Triangle Garden opposite the Horse Show grounds on state Route 73. more »»

Hiking fee is a bad idea

November 16, 2012 To the editor: Crown Point town Supervisor Charles Harrington wants to charge hikers to use Adirondack trails. more »»

No one is immune to problems: help United Wa

November 16, 2012 To the editor: An elderly neighbor receives lunch thru the meals on wheels. more »»

Killing of moose was wrong course of action

November 16, 2012 To the editor: Hello to all of the Adirondacks. I am a fellow creature of the wild woods we all share. more »»

Donate to North Elba Christmas fund

November 16, 2012 To the editor: Dear friends: We have faithfully taken care of the trust given to us to help families in our community to have a meaningful Christmas. more »»

Rail removal would be a mistake

November 16, 2012 To the editor: I have watched the debate about the rails and trails from a distance for some time no. more »»

Remembering Dr. Merkel, a true hero

November 16, 2012 To the editor: Today the word “hero” tends to be overused but I would like to talk about a man who was a true hero in our community: Dr. David Merkel. more »»

Make temporary light permanent

November 16, 2012 To the editor: The village of Lake Placid should find a way to make the temporary traffic light a permanent one, at the Wesvalley Road at Saranac Avenue junction. more »»

Railroad tracks are a treasure

November 16, 2012 To the editor: There’s not much question that the tourist railroad line between Lake Placid and Saranac Lake is currently underutilized and it is likely that replacing the tracks with a recreationa... more »»

Board made right call on rails

October 4, 2012 To the editor: I would like to commend those members of the North Elba Town Board who voted in favor of the resolution requesting the removal of the tracks between Lake Placid and Saranac Lake. more »»

Rail decision is on the right track

October 4, 2012 To the editor: Congratulations to the North Elba Town Council for their courage and foresight in passing a resolution to remove the rail on the Old Forge to Lake Placid Travel Corridor. more »»

Thanks for ‘A Place to Dream

October 4, 2012 To the editor: It is with great appreciation, and with a great sense of humility, that we wish to acknowledge not only the many presenters and sponsors but also the many others who participated in... more »»

Relay for Life thank you

October 4, 2012 To the editor: I wish to take this opportunity to say thank you to all who supported the American Cancer Society’s ninth Relay for Life in Lake Placid on Sept. 15. more »»

Trail to rail would be an outdoor experience

October 4, 2012 To the editor: I was in Washington, D.C. this summer during some very hot weather. more »»

Shocked to hear rail removal option

October 4, 2012 To the editor: The recent piece on the rail-trail controversy was informative to me. I admit I was shocked to think that removing the rails was even contemplated. more »»

DOT, gov. should replace rails with trail

October 4, 2012 To the editor: I am writing to encourage our elected officials to seriously consider supporting the Adirondack Rail Trail that would connect Lake Placid, Saranac Lake, Tupper Lake and Old Forge. more »»

Rail trail: a track to many activities

October 4, 2012 To the editor: Residents and business owners in the Tri-Lakes area might be interested in the latest report on the popularity and economic impact of the 141-mile rail trail known as the Great... more »»

An Ironman message

October 4, 2012 To the editor: Ironman 2012 has come and gone and the Wilmington Bike Aid Station must thank several people and businesses for their help in making it successful in Wilmington: Chief Adragna of th... more »»

 
 

 

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