I worry at times about using this column too often to complain about a variety of topics that, to me, seems to have our country going in the wrong direction.
Democratic candidate Aaron Woolf meets with our editorial board as the race for New York's 21st Congressional District enters the final stretch.
Republican candidate Elise Stefanik talks shop with our editorial board as the race for New York's 21st Congressional District enters the final stretch.
Green Party candidate Matt Funiciello opens up to our editorial board as the race for New York's 21st Congressional District enters the final stretch.
Nonprofit organizations abound throughout the North Country.
I wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you for the encouraging responses the staff and I have been receiving, regarding our news content in the papers.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has done a lot for the North Country to boost our sagging economic fortunes, like promoting tourism, hammering out a moderate agreement on the Essex Chain Lakes, pouring cash into infrastructure development and rolling back restrictions on craft breweries, a measure that further uncorks the bottled-up entrepreneurial spirit of our fellow New Yorkers.
Remember back to last year when the partial shutdown of the federal government brought about so much doom and gloom?
The residents of North Hudson have spoken — they voted resoundingly against throwing good money after bad and purchasing the white elephant once known as Frontier Town.
I’ve been very fortunate in my lifetime.
With a bill passed that will arm rebels in Syria and bombs beginning to drop in Iraq, it feels like the early 2000’s in the Middle East all over again, except this time, it’s a group called ISIS in the crosshairs.
Bad behavior has been around from the beginning of time and through the ages in the end it nearly always ends badly for those who use brut force to inflict injury on others and resolve disputes.
It is often said that true character is not revealed until a time of crisis.
Last week seemed to be full of contradictions both in words and deeds.
1826 called, and they want their ferry back.