Your editorial, July 17 claiming “statistics prove that guns can and do save lives” requires some close examination.
Finally!! Someone gets it right.
On Tuesday July 8th as many know the area was hit hard by a severe storm network.
A sincere thank you to all our friends and family who have helped us get through the difficult time following the loss of our loved one, Tim Cox.
On Sunday, June 22, eleven teams teed off at the Saranac Inn Golf Course for a great cause.
Finally, after all these years we have common ground, something we can agree on.
I know that I should be glad for recent new paving on Route 73.
I don’t want to appear that I’m deliberately trying to hog your Letters to the Editor feature, but I can speak both as a 50-year Adirondack trout fisherman, and as a website creator with 14 years of experience with WiFi in the Adirondacks.
During the Champlain Area Trails (CATS) celebration of National Trails Day...
I fully agree with Dan Alexander’s last two Viewpoint editorials condemning political attack ads.
On June 14, the trip of a lifetime occurred for our father, Dick Olcott.
I don’t want to appear that I’m deliberately trying to hog your Letters to the Editor feature, but I can speak both as a 50-year Adirondack trout fisherman and as a website creator with 14 years of experience with WiFi in the Adirondacks.
I have a few thoughts that I would like to share with Dan Snyder, Doreen Ossenkop and Dave Tart, three residents of North Hudson that don’t know me as shown in the June 28 article in the Valley News.
I want to commend Denton Publications for giving a voice to the people of North Hudson in what is one of the most crucial phases in creating a better future for us all and representing the struggle of so many towns, villages and hamlets of the Adirondacks.
I have been a resident of Essex county all my life.