- Editorial: Wrong decision on town seat The Plattsburgh Town Council had to deal with this sticky situation: A judge's ruling on absentee ballots left two men tied for a seat on the council, with the decision on who to fill it left to councilors.
- Editorial: Imagination, assets pay off Tourism promotion is one area of spending in which upstate regions can share the wealth often reserved for New York City.
Editorial: Football debate reinvigorated
Sunday's 48th edition of the Super Bowl (officially called Super Bowl XLVIII) was a success for the gamblers, generally interesting for viewers -- because a total of 51 points were scored -- and the biggest hit in TV history for the Fox network.
Editorial: United Way short of goal
United Way has helped you, at some point, whether you realize it or not. Now, United Way needs your help.
Editorial: Swift action on rail safety needed
This is train country. Freight trains have rumbled through local communities for so long that their sight and sounds have become a backdrop to our lives.
Editorial: Old movies a new idea
It's exciting to see the use of classic movies at the Strand Theatre in downtown Plattsburgh, an innovation that fits perfectly with the building's atmosphere and amenities.
Editorial: Marijuana sales: gathering the facts
Parts of Colorado are now allowing the sale of recreational marijuana, but the debate over whether that was a smart move is still raging
Editorial: District offices should move
Plattsburgh City School Board members have some interesting decisions to make as they weigh the results of a consultants report on district buildings.
- Editorial: Owens represented North Country well When Bill Owens announced recently that he would not be running for Congress again, it came as a surprise to many in the North Country. But on closer inspection, his decision is easier to understand.
Editorial: The useful life of downtown
For decades, the City of Plattsburgh and its supporters pushed hard to return downtown to the status it once proudly held: the main commercial center of Clinton County.
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