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Some of your neighbors are hungry and many of them are children. As they leave the security of meals at school, summer fun might be tinged with a grumbling stomach. more

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Your concern about the extreme reaction to our president by the negative press and night comedians, begging for a good old recession, is misplaced. more

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We enjoyed your editorial, which we found to be logical, without emotion and a factual assessment of President Donald Trump. more

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What makes a community strong are its shared values and the ability to reach outside of itself for the common good. more

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With respect to the “Opinion From The Editorial Board” dated May 12, I take exception to the statement claiming New York state has been a champ funding “critical upgrades at the Plattsburgh International Airport.” more

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President Trump reported last week on “Fox & Friends” that illegal border crossings from Mexico are down over 40 percent. That is very impressive. more

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Last week I attended the annual spring concert at the Ticonderoga High School. I have always enjoyed the concerts and this one was no exception. more

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This June 26, New York’s 21st Congressional District primary will determine the Democratic Party’s challenger to the incumbent, Elise Stefanik. more

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We are told to think of things of a good report, it must include where God is proven magnificent in his creation’s court. more

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The simple solution [to the Elizabethtown intersection visibility issue] would be to cut 10 feet of dirt off the lower corner of the wall. more

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Bravo to the Vermont sportsmen for standing up to a corrupt government that is violating their Second Amendment. more

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We are so fortunate to live in this democracy, where we are free to voice our opinions without fear of a knock on the door in the middle of the night. more

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I am 100 percent baffled by the proposed solution to the Elizabethtown traffic pattern. I cannot imagine anything more annoying or dangerous to motorists than a four-way stop at the current blinker light intersection. more

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Spring is finally making its way into our lovely Adirondack mountains! I am anxious to get out and enjoy some much-needed sunshine and warm weather. more

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The House of Representatives has just endeavored to save its reputation as the party of fiscal responsibility by trying to pass a bill calling for a balanced federal budget. more

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Many kudos to Sue S. Reaser from Westport for thanking Dr. Savel for his great service, particularly at the former VA offices in Elizabethtown in the 1970s. A doctor without peers. more

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After attending the April regular board meeting in Thurman, I concur with Councilman [Douglas] Needham’s statement made at the January organizational meeting: He doesn’t know what he’s doing. more

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I would like to take issue with the Sun Community News photo caption accompanying the article on the DEC deer harvest numbers. more

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Many writers have noted that the electoral college has recently functioned as a formality. But the founding fathers did not intend it as a formality, and treating it as such now puts our country at grave risk. more

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The nonprofit sector is vital to the economic health of our communities. A 2013 report, conducted by Adirondack Foundation and the Adirondack Nonprofit Network. more

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Thank you for your informative articles in the potential ELCS-WCS merger in the Dec. 10 edition of the Sun. more

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In regards to the merger discussions between WCS and ELCS, we are looking at a solution to treat the symptom of the disease. more

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The Schroon Lake Lions Club has been offering free eye screenings for pre-K and kindergarten children in local elementary schools for the past several years. more

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The 2017 United Way of the Adirondack Region campaign has launched with an ambitious goal of $725,000. more

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No other team, high school or otherwise, has won eight of their 10 games on the road. This team had one home game win. more

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1. Democrats fought for Social Security more

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Surprise and confusion have been expressed about the number of white voters for Donald Trump. more

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No school is perfect, but before you slam someone or something get the facts right. more

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  • The Moriah Volunteer Fire Department recently presented a chack to the food pantry. Pictured are James Michener, George Harrington, Rick Maye, Jolene Yelle, Mike Beveridge, Brian Glebus, Gary Rancour, William Petro III, Joanne Podres, Brian Collupy, Suzanne Morse and Rich Redman.

  • Vermont attorney Jack McMullen (right) and family on a river cruise in Vietnam.

  • Pictured here are members of the Keene Valley Fire Department. Front row: Beth Pelkey, Greg Pelkey, Ian Hall, Lisa Hudson and Ryan Hall. Back row: Ron Hall, Lance LeClair (Keene FD), Bill Harral, Patrick Odell, Doug Downs and Wayne Hudson.

  • Ebola is a deadly and dreaded disease that is ravaging West Africa, a part of the world that has far too little in the way of modern health care and public health infrastructure. (U.S. CDC image of highly magnified ebola virus)

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    A recent Vermont Council on Rural Development-Vergennes Taskforce meeting.

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