Editorial: Tackling issues of public access
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- Editorial: Cellphone wars benefit consumers The cell-phone companies are duking it out, and that is good for all of us.
- Editorial: From out of nowhere What a long way the Northern Adirondack girls basketball team has come.
Editorial: Equal chance at SAT success
The iconic Student Aptitude Test has been intimidating and enabling students for almost 90 years.
- Editorial: Moving toward better cooperation How heartening it is to see the city and town of Plattsburgh talking about cooperation after years of sometimes bombastic exchanges.
- Editorial: Add bike lanes, for the people Want proof of the power of the people?
- Editorial: Applauding academic all-stars One of the most irritating comments we hear at the Press-Republican is that all we care about is sports, not academic achievement.
Editorial: Local interests should be heard
Gov. Cuomo has established a state task force on agriculture designed to promote growth in the industry and eliminate obstacles to progress.
Editorial: No shame in not approving tax break
Beekmantown Central School Board decided recently not to grant a special reductions in the school tax for military veterans for 2014-15, in order to seek public input on the idea.
Editorial: Traffic danger needs addressing
The City of Plattsburgh long ago recognized the danger in allowing sidewalks to be left mounded with snow after a storm.
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