- Editorial: Heed open-burning regulations New York state has again banned open-burning of debris for towns with fewer then 20,000 residents, citing drying conditions and risk of wild fires.
- Editorial: A gift of gratitude for WWII veterans One by one, this area is losing its World War II veterans.
- Editorial: Disturbing TV ad might be effective A dramatic new TV ad about texting and driving should have an impact on people who see it.
- Editorial: Women's game virtually at par Many felt Tuesday night's NCAA women's college basketball championship game between unbeaten powerhouses would attract male fans to the sport because of fiery competition and surprising skill.
- Editorial: Keep the flow of new ideas It takes a certain amount of courage to offer up a new idea to the public. You never know how people are going to react.
- Editorial: More information, action needed Some very troubling assertions emerge from a new report using a broad range of data to forecast American children's chances for success in life.
- Editorial: Northway phones still essential This will come as a surprise to many people: The aid phones that line the Northway have been working just fine for the past eight years.
Editorial: Saving books from the landfills
Dannemora Free Library has undertaken an eco-friendly initiative that we hope other libraries will emulate.
- Editorial: Editorials meant to show opinion We had to chuckle a little when someone posted a comment online recently telling us our editorials "are slanted."
- Editorial: Opportunities going untapped New York state is doing what it can to encourage and enable women and minorities to succeed in business, but, in this region anyway, the effort isn't being taken advantage of.
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