Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Tearsheets | Media Kit | All Access E-Edition | Routes | Home RSS

Adirondack Extras

New York Senate leader surrenders to face corruption charges

May 4, 2015 NEW YORK (AP) — The leader of the New York Senate has surrendered to face charges including extortion and soliciting bribes amid a federal investigation into the awarding of a $12 million contract... more »»


Local News

New York Senate leader surrenders to face corruption charges

May 4, 2015 NEW YORK (AP) — The leader of the New York Senate has surrendered to face charges including extortion and soliciting bribes amid a federal investigation into the awarding of a $12 million contract... more »»

Depot future open

May 4, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — The village is ending its lease of Union Depot, and the question of who should take over management of the historic building, and how it should be used, could open new ground in the... more »»

Tupper grad, 25, dies in collision

May 4, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — Tupper Lake High School graduate Logan Riley Klossner, 25, died Thursday night in a motorcycle collision in the Glencoe, Alabama, area, near where he lived. more »»

10-year-old dies of heart defect

May 4, 2015 CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Ten-year-old Thomas Cassavaugh, son of Bloomingdale native Tom Cassavaugh, died Thursday at Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina. more »»

N.Y. Medicaid overhaul envisions combined outpatient care

May 4, 2015 ALBANY — Using an estimated $8 billion as incentives, New York is overhauling Medicaid, pushing providers to establish more outpatient clinics, reduce hospital beds, use electronic records and enabl... more »»

Local Sports

Bobcats return to top spot

May 4, 2015 The Paul Smith’s men’s woodsmen’s team captured the overall championship of the Spring Meet on April 25 at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. more »»

McGowan leaves his mark

May 4, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — Later this month, Ryan McGowan will be returning to his hometown from the Adirondacks with a new record, three championships and a college degree. more »»

Bombers get past Beekmantown

May 2, 2015 LAKE PLACID — The Lake Placid softball team picked up its second win of the season Friday, topping Beekmantown 4-2 in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference action. more »»

Sawyer leads Saranac Lake golf team with 2-under 34

May 2, 2015 PLATTSBURGH — Ethan Sawyer is on fire, and so are his golf teammates at Saranac Lak. more »»

Sabres drop Cassidy as Amerks coach

May 2, 2015 ROCHESTER (AP) — The Buffalo Sabres are embarking on yet another coaching search after firing Lake Placid native Chadd Cassidy, the coach of their minor-league affiliate in Rochester. more »»


Logan R. Klossner

May 4, 2015 GADSDEN, Ala. more »»

Thomas ‘Tombo’ B. Cassavaugh

May 4, 2015 Thomas “Tombo” Bruce Cassavaugh, 10, of Lenoir, North Carolina, died Thursday, April 30, 2015, at Levine Children’s Hospital, Charlotte. He was born June 27, 2004 in Caldwell County to Thomas P. more »»

Death notice: Patricia M. Irvine

May 4, 2015 Arrangements for Patricia M. Irvine, 81, of Forest Hill Avenue, Saranac Lake, are incomplete at this time with the Buck Funeral Home in Norwood. Mrs. more »»

Lester LaPrade

May 2, 2015 Lester LaPrade, 67, of 235 Lake St., Saranac Lake, died Wednesday, April 22, 2015. Born in Franklin County, Virginia, on Aug. 8, 1947, he was the son of Harry and Ruth (Campbell) LaPrade. more »»

Kenneth E. Nason

May 2, 2015 MOORESVILLE, N.C. — Kenneth Edward Nason, 92, a resident of Mooresville, North Carolina, died Tuesday, March 25, 2015, in Iredell County. He was brn No. more »»

Weekender - A&E

Ad’k Singers' spring concerts this weekend

April 30, 2015 There are certain markers associated with spring in the North Country: as the last snowflakes of winter melt into memory and robins and daffodils begin to dot the landscape, the members of the... more »»


Never so happy to see a black fly

May 2, 2015 Finally, spring is here. It has become increasingly obvious, despite the regular appearance of spitting snow, cold winds and a reoccurring white lawn. more »»

DEC says no chronic wasting disease found

May 2, 2015 The state Department of Environmental Conservation has released some good news — chronic wasting disease wasn’t discovered during the 2014-15 big game season. more »»

Popping up

April 29, 2015 more »»

State Senate OKs new environmental crime

April 29, 2015 ALBANY (AP) — The New York state Senate has voted to create a new crime to go after those who damage the environment while committing another offense. The Senate passed the bill on Tuesday. more »»


Glad state will help protect pollinators

May 4, 2015 As spring begins and bugs start to come out again, we’re thinking about bees. Statewide, agriculture is a $5.4 billion industry. more »»

Vote to stop the domestic spying

May 2, 2015 We urge the North Country’s congresswoman to be true to what she said on the campaign trail last year and vote against letting the federal government continue its massive spying operation on its ow... more »»

Yanking a child out of bad behavior

May 1, 2015 Most parents probably would like to think they would behave as Toya Graham did when she saw her son throwing things at police officers during a riot in Baltimore — maybe not in the same style, but... more »»

Piling up more national debt

April 30, 2015 Within a decade, the U.S. national debt, now $18.2 trillion, will soar to $27 trillion, the Congressional Budget Office predicts. more »»

Digging into Sunmount’s volatility

April 29, 2015 Amid ongoing tension, Sunmount is becoming more volatile, with new violent incidents taking place at this important but troubled facility for developmentally disabled people. more »»

People News

NCCC students awarded highest honor by SUNY

April 15, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — Steve Tyrell, president of North Country Community College, announced to the college community the names of the two students receiving the Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence. more »»

Rotary Club celebrates Literacy Month

April 15, 2015 March was Literacy Month, and this is when the Rotary Club of Saranac Lake give books to elementary school students. more »»

Paul Smith’s College Provost named president of Nicolet College

April 8, 2015 PAUL SMITHS — Paul Smith’s College Provost Richard Nelson announced April 1 that he will become the president of Nicolet College in Wisconsin. more »»

Friends & Neighbors

Lisa J. Godfrey: Trying to visually organize a pack of dogs

March 30, 2015 Lisa J. Godfrey’s life doesn’t revolve around dogs. It also doesn’t not revolve around dogs eithe. more »»

Dan Sullivan: Nurturing in nature, body, mind and spirit

March 16, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — “Creating world peace one body at a time,” is Dan Sullivan’s favorite saying. more »»

Dr. David Balestrini: ‘The Ironman is now off my bucket list'

March 9, 2015 LAKE PLACID — Dentist David Balestrini was happy when he finished in the top 18 percent overall and the top 15 percent in his age group in the Lake Placid Ironman on July 27, 201. more »»

A love of coffee brews idea

February 25, 2015 Jecinda Hughes was born and raised in Tennessee, and a Southern drawl still permeates her speech. more »»

John Brown’s Farm — not as desolate in winter as one might imagine

January 28, 2015 It’s been 156 years since John Brown, the abolitionist, was laid to rest in North Elba. By his wishes, he was buried in front of his cabin in the Adirondacks on Dec. 8, 185. more »»

Remarkable Seniors

Keela and Jim Rogers III

April 4, 2015 The written word cannot describe the sound of a voice any more than a thousand words can take the place of one picture. more »»

Butch Hassler, raconteur of Childwold

March 7, 2015 CHILDWOLD — Roger “Butch” Hassler wasn’t born in the Adirondacks, but he moved to Childwold with his family when he was 2. “I was born at an early age, so that was quite a while ago,” he quip. more »»

Ursula Trudeau, a Saranac Lake icon

February 7, 2015 With the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival soon to be upon us, folks from all over will be scrambling to get their newest edition of Garry Trudeau’s Winter Carnival button. more »»

The best memories are close to home

January 10, 2015 The month of December slipped away and it went by without connecting with a Remarkable Senior. Despite the effort, people were busy, time went by and suddenly another deadline loomed. more »»

Memories made on Boulder Island

August 2, 2014 Jean Hardy was 23 when she first came to Boulder Island. As of 2014, she will have spent the past 70 summers here. That is the proud admission of Hardy a summer resident of Upper Saranac Lake. more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web

Daily Enterprise Subscriptions

Monday through Saturday subscriptions


Monday through Saturday Home Delivery + Digital

starting at $52.65

Monday through Saturday In-County Mail Delivery + Digital

starting at $60.45

Monday through Saturday Out-of-County Mail Delivery + Digital

starting at $79.30

Adk Biz Today

Food: The Next Challenge to Our Economy?

July 28, 2014 Some projections indicate we will be a planet of nearly 9 billion people. If that is true, feeding everyone may become a serious problem. more »

Latest Blogs


Online Newspaper Ads

View All Categories »
Brand Builders advertising affords you the opportunity to give people reasons to do business with you rather than your competition.

Latest Video