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Winter Games boost shops amid slow winter

February 5, 2016 LAKE PLACID — “We just want more snow,” Mary Fry laughed. “It’s definitely one of our bigger weekends,” added the owner of the Adirondack Popcorn Co. on Main Stree. more »»

 
 
 

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Winter Games boost shops amid slow winter

February 5, 2016 LAKE PLACID — “We just want more snow,” Mary Fry laughed. “It’s definitely one of our bigger weekends,” added the owner of the Adirondack Popcorn Co. on Main Stree. more »»

Police ID man whose personal threat prompted school evacuation

February 5, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — Police identified a man they say threatened a member of the Saranac Lake Middle School staff with a gun, prompting a large police response and lockdown of the school this morning. more »»

Petrova school evacuated

February 5, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The Petrova Elementary and Saranac Lake Middle schools were locked down this morning, and students were later sent home early as police searched for a person reportedly involved in a... more »»

Ice Palace work resumes today

February 5, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — After a four-day hiatus, construction of the Ice Palace is expected to resume today. more »»

Franklin County legislature calls for rails with trails

February 5, 2016 The Franklin County Board of Legislators added its voice to the rail/trail debate Thursday by unanimously resolving that it supports keeping and upgrading the rail line. more »»

Columns

The Ice King and his silent partners

February 5, 2016 If I’ve learned nothing else after a lifetime of watching athletes, I’ve learned this: They never come back. more »»

A lot to learn in Russia

February 5, 2016 What did Paul Smiths, New York, and Zvenigorod, Russia, have in common during January? Short days, snowpack, cold temperatures, dormant woody plants, martens, foxes, squirrels, kinglets, rivers,... more »»

Printable electronics in our future?

February 4, 2016 Imagine if you could print your own toy electronics, or companies could easily and cheaply print RFID tags (for tracking objects), or even print your own data storage device to reduce the need for a... more »»

Don’t argue timetables with a railroader

February 4, 2016 Tony Goodwin’s letter to the editor in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise is not accurate with regard to the timetable he quotes regarding Bob Hest’s excellent Guest Commentary. more »»

Seek out ‘Man Seeking Woman’

February 4, 2016 Dating is an absurd, surreal process that never fails to confront us with our basest desires, deepest fears and most shameful inadequacies. Oh, and it’s hilarious. more »»

Local Sports

Winter Games boost shops amid slow winter

February 5, 2016 LAKE PLACID — “We just want more snow,” Mary Fry laughed. “It’s definitely one of our bigger weekends,” added the owner of the Adirondack Popcorn Co. on Main Stree. more »»

ESWG athletes take center stage

February 5, 2016 LAKE PLACID — The Empire State Winter Games began Thursday night with with approximately 3,000 in attendance for opening ceremony at the Olympic Center in the Herb Brooks Arena. more »»

NCCC shoots down Paul Smith’s

February 5, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The North Country Community College women’s basketball team showed poise and composure Thursday night at home against the Paul Smith’s College Bobcats. more »»

Weibrecht competes as wife goes into labor

February 5, 2016 JEONGSEON, South Korea — With his wife about to give birth back home in Lake Placid, Andrew Weibrecht felt conflicted about traveling to Asia to test the downhill and super-G course that will be... more »»

Burke, Bailey qualify for mass start in Alberta

February 5, 2016 Tim Burke, Lowell Bailey and Leif Nordgren finished within two seconds of each other in the 10-kilometer World Cup biathlon sprint race Thursday in Canmore, Alberta. more »»

Obituaries

Kevin I. Conly

February 3, 2016 Kevin Indzonka Conly, 49, of Jay, passed away Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016, at his home in Jay. Mr. Conly was born Sept. 27, 1966, in Newburgh, the son of Alan R. and Marjorie (Indzonka) Conly. more »»

Albert M. LaPointe

February 3, 2016 Albert M. LaPointe, 88, passed away Monday, Feb. 1, 2016, at Adirondack Medical Center in Saranac Lake. more »»

Donald R. Bull

February 2, 2016 Donald Ross Bull, born Oct. 16, 1922, in Saranac Lake to parents M. Alta and Seth W. Bull of Lake Placid, passed Friday, Jan. 29, 2016. more »»

Mary ‘Betty’ E. (DeMars) Conklin

February 2, 2016 Mary “Betty” Elizabeth DeMars Conklin, 97, of Vermontville, died Friday, Jan. 29, 2016, at the Meadowbrook Nursing Home in Plattsburgh. Born in Troy on Aug. more »»

Cosimo J. Culotta

February 2, 2016 Cosimo Joseph Culotta was born Aug. 1, 1922, to Joseph and Theodora (Lanteri) Culotta in Rochester, and passed away peacefully on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016, at the age of 93 in Saranac Lake. more »»

Weekender - A&E

Documentary in the works

February 5, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The Ice Palace, the parade and the Ladies Fry Pan Toss are some of the first things that come to mind when people think of the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival. more »»

It’s swing time at town hall

February 5, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — To kick off Winter Carnival’s live music scene, the Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a free concert with two swing jazz bands, the Dylan Perrillo Orchestra and... more »»

Center for Writing seeks writers for PoemVillage

February 5, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The Adirondack Center for Writing will present PoemVillage to celebrate of the creativity and talent of the Tri-Lakes community during National Poetry Month in Apri. more »»

Music line-up for Carnival

February 4, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — Whether you consider yourself to be a superhero or a supervillain, chances are you’re a music lover, and this year’s Winter Carnival has something to offer both the saintly and the... more »»

‘Avalon’ opens Friday at Guild

February 4, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — “Avalon,” an exhibit of new paintings by Georgeanne Gaffney, will be on display at the Adirondack Artists Guild during the month of February. more »»

Editorials

Lake Flower hotel looks much better

February 5, 2016 We’re still undecided on the location and business viability of the resort hotel proposed for the shore of Lake Flower in Saranac Lake, but we will say this: The new design looks pretty good. more »»

Warm welcome

February 4, 2016 Welcome to the Adirondacks! That’s our warm greeting on this warm winter week to visitors here for the Empire State Winter Games, Saranac Lake Winter Carnival and the Northern Challenge ice fishing... more »»

We want winter

February 3, 2016 Spring weather in midwinter can feel nice when you’re only going to and from your car, but it’s bad for healthy outdoor activities, bad for special seasonal events and bad for our economy. more »»

Higher education: a need or an option?

February 1, 2016 U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer has launched an online support group of sorts for those struggling to pay off student loans. more »»

Many left out of SUNY minimum wage hike

January 30, 2016 The minimum wage is rising on State University of New York campuses all across the state, hitting $15 in 2021, thanks to Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the SUNY Board of Trustees. more »»

Outdoors

Franklin County legislature calls for rails with trails

February 5, 2016 The Franklin County Board of Legislators added its voice to the rail/trail debate Thursday by unanimously resolving that it supports keeping and upgrading the rail line. more »»

DEC accepting applications to raise pheasants

February 5, 2016 ALBANY — The state Department of Environmental Conservation is now accepting applications for its annual day-old pheasant chick program. more »»

Franklin County legislature calls for rails with trails

February 4, 2016 The Franklin County Board of Legislators added its voice to the rail/trail debate Thursday by unanimously resolving that it supports keeping and upgrading the rail line. more »»

Big Tupper won’t open this season

February 4, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — Despite the best efforts of a dedicated crew of volunteers, Big Tupper Ski Area will not open this season. more »»

Hiker who photographed keg found guilty in absentia

February 4, 2016 LAKE PLACID — A New York City area hiker who gained some infamy after his Facebook photos of a mountaintop keg party went viral has been found guilty of leading a group of more than 15 people. more »»

People News

Lake Placid High School Winter Carnival royalty

February 3, 2016 LAKE PLACID — The following students have been selected as royalty for the 2016 Lake?Placid High School Winter Carnival, taking place Feb. more »»

NCCC names students on president’s, vice president’s list for fall 2015

January 27, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — North Country Community College has named the following students to its honors lists for the fall 2015 semester. more »»

SUNY Canton recognizes president’s list students for fall 2015

January 27, 2016 CANTON — Students are being recognized for their outstanding achievement at SUNY Canton during the fall 2015 semester. More than 450 students made the president’s list by earning a GPA of 3. more »»

Part-time SUNY Canton students receive academic honors

January 27, 2016 CANTON — SUNY Canton is recognizing its part-time student population for their academic achievements during the fall 2015 semester. part-time honors are awarded to students who earned at least a 3. more »»

Area SUNY Potsdam students named to president’s list

January 27, 2016 POTSDAM — The State University of New York at Potsdam recently named 908 students to the president’s list, in recognition of their academic excellence in the fall 2015 semester. more »»

 
 

 

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