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Dog alerts homeowners to fire in time to save house

February 27, 2015 ONCHIOTA — A St. Bernard dog apparently saved the day Friday morning when a fire broke out at a home on Oregon Plains Road. more »»

 
 
 

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Dog alerts homeowners to fire in time to save house

February 27, 2015 ONCHIOTA — A St. Bernard dog apparently saved the day Friday morning when a fire broke out at a home on Oregon Plains Road. more »»

‘The system is more dangerous than it’s ever been’

February 27, 2015 Eight years after 13-year-old Jonathan Carey, who had autism, was killed by his state caregiver, his father, Michael Carey, continues to call for reform — because the reform that happened hasn’t... more »»

Satirical site makes joke of Lake Placid

February 27, 2015 The Onion, a satirical website, left a sour taste in the mouths of Lake Placid officials when it posted a sports article Wednesday that ripped on the two-time Olympic host village. more »»

Village lawyers up for Lake Flower hotel rezone

February 27, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — The village has brought in a Glens Falls-based law firm to help it review a controversial zoning change for a proposed hotel on Lake Flower. more »»

30 inches of ice

February 27, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — With more than 30 inches of ice to drill through, competitors in this year’s Colby Classic Ice Fishing Derby will be working hard, at least at the start, in pursuit of their catch. more »»

Local Sports

Cascade keeps Fest party going

February 27, 2015 LAKE PLACID — Grab your knickers, wax your wooden skis and get ready to top off this weekend’s Nordic Fest with a touch of dapper derring-do. more »»

30 inches of ice

February 27, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — With more than 30 inches of ice to drill through, competitors in this year’s Colby Classic Ice Fishing Derby will be working hard, at least at the start, in pursuit of their catch. more »»

Tupper falls in heartbreaker

February 26, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — Wednesday’s Section X, Class C boys basketball semfinal game between Tupper Lake and Brushton-Moira couldn’t have been much more exciting. more »»

Chiefs take down Saranac Lake

February 26, 2015 PLATTSBURGH — The Saranac Lake boys hockey season came to an end Wednesday night with a 2-0 loss to Saranac Central in the quarterfinal round of the Section VII playoffs. more »»

Best in snow

February 25, 2015 LAKE PLACID — They came. They skied. They swept the podium. The Lake Placid nordic ski team left its competition in the powder Tuesday during the state championships at Mount Van Hoevenberg. more »»

Obituaries

Eleanor M. Bedore

February 27, 2015 Eleanor M. Bedore, 86, of 60 Church St., Saranac Lake, died Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015, at the Adirondack Medical Center. Born in Saranac Lake on Nov. more »»

Melvin Chambers

February 26, 2015 Mel Chambers, 82, passed away Monday, Feb. 23, 2015 in Jensen Beach, Florida. He was born in Niagara Falls on Nov. 7, 1932 to Edward and Mabel (Higgins) Chambers. more »»

Solange M. Verheydt

February 25, 2015 Solange Marie Verheydt, 86, of 82 Woodruff St., Saranac Lake, died Sunday, Feb. 22, 2015, at the Mercy Living Center in Tupper Lake where she had been a resident since 201. more »»

Irving ‘Bud’ Hunt

February 24, 2015 Irving “Bud” Hunt passed peacefully Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015, at the age of 94 to be reunited in heaven with his loving wife of 67 years, Peggy, who predeceased him in 2009. more »»

Mae ‘Gale’ Martin

February 24, 2015 Mae “Gale” Martin, 78, of 93 Shepard Ave., Saranac Lake, died Sunday, Feb. 22, 2015 at 93 Shepard Ave. Born in Oraville, Maryland on Oct. 13, 1936, she was the daughter of Blake and Frances F. more »»

Weekender - A&E

From farm to fame

February 27, 2015 GLEN — Noticeable when entering Sawyer Fredericks’ farmhouse bedroom are the many musical instruments at his disposal. more »»

Musicians Unite For Local Food Pantries

February 26, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — Keith Gorgas knows music can make people’s lives better, and he wants the community to help him prove it. more »»

‘50 Years with Peter, Paul & Mary’ screens at LPCA

February 26, 2015 While most children dream of growing up and becoming best friends with their heroes, very few get the opportunity to do so. more »»

Phil Henry to rock BluSeed Studios Saturday

February 26, 2015 Phil Henry is excited to return home this weekend. “I grew up in Saranac Lake,” Henry told the Enterprise in a phone interview Monday. more »»

The Wild Center presents March Maple Madness

February 26, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — Each weekend in March, the public is invited to join The Wild Center in celebrating all things maple by touring the sugar shack, trying the maple quest, tasting some maple treats at... more »»

Outdoors

30 inches of ice

February 27, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — With more than 30 inches of ice to drill through, competitors in this year’s Colby Classic Ice Fishing Derby will be working hard, at least at the start, in pursuit of their catch. more »»

New Nordic Fest surrounds Loppet

February 25, 2015 LAKE PLACID — A new three-day festival at Mount Van Hoevenberg Cross Country Ski Center is set to begin this Friday. more »»

BETA teams up to link communities

February 21, 2015 LAKE PLACID — For years, they existed as two entities grouped under the same umbrella fighting for the same cause — to create more multi-use trails in the Tri-Lakes region. more »»

Environmental groups drop appeal in Adirondack test drilling

February 21, 2015 ALBANY (AP) — Environmental groups say they're dropping an appeal of a court ruling that allowed test drilling to continue for the mineral wollastonite in the Adirondack Forest Preserve. more »»

The art and virtue of wilderness tramping

February 21, 2015 I haven’t seen a thin red line on my back porch thermometer in more than a week. The mercury remains buried far below the final legible numerals on the metal cover. more »»

Editorials

Great buzz for local Olympic venues

February 27, 2015 Thirty-five isn’t a particularly significant number, so we confess we were surprised at how excitement spread nationwide for the 35th anniversary of the 1980 Winter Olympics. more »»

Mountains & Valleys

February 26, 2015 VALLEY — to freezing pipes. Some of that happens every winter, but this year it’s at a new level. more »»

Fire and Ice has bright future

February 25, 2015 As the Fire and Ice Festival came to a close last weekend, a spark of excitement was lit for what its future could be in Tupper Lake. more »»

Military must protect its troops

February 23, 2015 When U.S. troops invaded Iraq in 2003, they went in with the most sophisticated technology available. Helicopters, jet fighters, tanks, “smart” bombs, etc. more »»

Eliminate school funding gap

February 21, 2015 Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he wants to increase education funding by $1.1 billion, and we think the place he should start is by eliminating the costly Gap Elimination Adjustment policy enacted in 2010. more »»

People News

SLVHA congratulates winners of dental slogan contest

February 25, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — The Saranac Lake Voluntary Health Association congratulates the winners of its second annual Dental Health Slogan Flyer Contest. 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 »»

Literacy Volunteers names new executive director

February 23, 2015 PORT HENRY — Literacy Volunteers of Essex and Franklin Counties has announced the appointment of Diane O’Connor as executive director. more »»

Friends & Neighbors

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 »»

Greiner got his start as a paper boy

January 21, 2015 “The papers hold their folded faces to the floor — and every day the paper boy brings more .. more »»

Judy Steinberg creates a future for herself in the Adirondacks

January 14, 2015 When it comes to landing a job, it often boils down to what sets that person apart from the rest of the applicants. more »»

John Amorielle, 103

January 12, 2015 John Amorielle was born the year before the Titanic sank. That was 103 years ago, and at the end of December, Amorielle celebrated his 103rd birthday. more »»

Miracle on Ice coverage, Feb. 22-25, 1980

Frisbee fate leads U.S. to hockey gold

February 23, 2015 (Editor’s note: To revive a sense of what it was like 35 years ago when the United States hockey team beat the Soviets in the 1980 Winter Olympics here in Lake Placid, the Enterprise is republishing... more »»

U.S. goalie Jim Craig — He was brilliant

February 23, 2015 (Editor’s note: To revive a sense of what it was like 35 years ago when the United States hockey team beat the Soviets in the 1980 Winter Olympics here in Lake Placid, the Enterprise is republishing... more »»

U.S. icers do the impossible

February 21, 2015 Editor’s note: To revive a sense of what it was like 35 years ago when the United States hockey team beat the Soviets in the 1980 Winter Olympics here in Lake Placid, the Enterprise is republishing... more »»

Ticketless fans cheer United States victory

February 21, 2015 Editor’s note: To revive a sense of what it was like 35 years ago when the United States hockey team beat the Soviets in the 1980 Winter Olympics here in Lake Placid, the Enterprise is republishing... more »»

ABCs prime time U.S.-U.S.S.R. hopes fail

February 20, 2015 Editor’s note: To revive a sense of what it was like 35 years ago when the United States hockey team beat the Soviets in the 1980 Winter Olympics here in Lake Placid, the Enterprise is republishing... more »»

 
 
 

 

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