Breast cancer and the importance of breast cancer screening has been in the news lately.
On this Memorial Day, Homeward Bound Adirondacks joins in remembering and honoring those members of the armed forces who died in service to our nation.
You began your editorial concerning Common Core with “Everyone’s frustrated.” So it’s logical to surmise that if everyone is frustrated then all of us can’t be wrong.
Almost a full page of one-sided propaganda for NYSUT (re: “NYSUT endoses opt outs following landmark education reforms”) How can everyone but NYSUT be so misguided?
On Thursday Creative Healing Connections raised over $6000 to provide support for local women living with cancer and other chronic diseases, caregivers, and women veterans.
The Cumberland Bay Barbershop (CBB) Chorus has been serving our great North Country for 55 years by singing at Churches, hospitals, nursing homes, service clubs and community events.
I would like to thank all the businesses and individuals for their support in making my NCCS National Honor Society Project, the Fashion Show on March 14 for the Watson Memorial Senior Housing Elevator Fund, so successful.
The editorial on seeking truth was a breath of fresh air for me. The Internet is an odd bird.
Re your opinion regarding Essex County’s “Dirty Laundry”, be aware that the same type of “Laundry” is being washed in your neighboring County of Warren.
During the first week of April, a Letter to the Editor was printed by various news media.
Most of you are familiar with the story of Ticonderoga Dental.
In his April 11 Publisher’s Column, Dan Alexander stated that he “was always taught the truth was the easiest information to provide as it requires nothing but the simple facts.”
Is anyone else disturbed by the Tips From a Former Smoker ads on TV?
In your editorial of March 3, 2015, you chose to question if our local school districts are doing enough for their communities.
I enjoyed the Adirondack Outdoors article titled “Ice/cold water training in Bulwagga Bay,” but it does contain an error, where it states “...cold water isothermic temperatures, which maintains the water at 39.2 degrees under the ice, ...”