Editorial: Move to ban powdered alcohol
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration made an ill-advised ruling in April allowing the manufacture and sale of powdered alcohol.
Editorial: Legislature should attack the attackers
Before their session ends tomorrow, state legislators have the opportunity to take protective steps against invaders that threaten our lakes.
Editorial: Building toward a bright future
The new Plattsburgh Air Force Base Museum drew hundreds of visitors its first day, a promising sign of future success.
Editorial: 'Dog bites man' still making news
Man's best friend? If you think it's dog, you're not keeping up with the latest numbers.
Editorial: Getting the most out of the Strand
Two recent achievements have moved the Strand Theatre closer to becoming the downtown Plattsburgh focal point that people have spent years envisioning.
Triple Crown: harder and harder
Well, the Belmont Stakes has come and gone for another year, and, as everybody who has ventured out of the basement in the past few days knows, 2014 did not deliver a Triple Crown in the sport of horseracing.
- Editorial: CCC losing successful leader Shock was the predominant -- and appropriate -- reaction when word circulated that President John Jablonski and Clinton Community College would be parting ways.
- Editorial: A cautionary tale of two towns Obviously, supervision is a big piece of the job of town supervisor.
In tribute to the heroes who died June 6, 1944, and in recognition of the significance in history of "D-Day," the Press-Republican reprints the prayer offered that day by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
- Editorial: Zombie-property measure passable North Country communities aren't the only municipalities facing the problems created by vacant and abandoned residential properties.
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