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AMC records births for the month of June

SARANAC LAKE — The Adirondack Medical Center recorded the following births for the month of June: Muldowney: A daughter, Talia Rose, born June 1 at 8:12 a.m., weighing 8 pounds, 4 ounces to Temnit and Johnny Muldowney of Saranac Lake. Wojewodzic: A daughter, Lily Anita, born June 1 at ...

Local students named to honor’s lists, earn degrees

Paul Smith’s College announces dean’s list PAUL SMITHS — The following students were named to the dean;s list at Paul Smith’s College during the spring 2017 semester. Kenneth Alton of Saranac Lake. Alton was also named an Adirondack Scholar, having achieved a cumulative average of ...

Mercy Care Board of Directors presented Volunteers with the “Doors of Mercy,” a photo collage project developed by elders and volunteers depicting elders opening their doors to their Mercy Care Friends. 
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Mercy Care celebrates 10th anniversary by giving out awards

LAKE PLACID — The Board of Directors of Mercy Care for the Adirondacks hosted a thank-you event on June 29 to mark the establishment of the Sisters of Mercy’s renewed mission in the Adirondacks 10 years ago to enhance the fullness of life of elders living in their community. At the ...

“Last Flight” by John “Doc” Ward

Coast Guard will honor local artist John ‘Doc’ Ward

SARANAC LAKE — Local illustrator and retired Saranac Lake High School art teacher John “Doc” Ward will be honored for his contribution to the United States Coast Guard during a ceremony in New York City. Ward, a Saranac Lake resident who has been commissioned by more than 100 book and ...

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Eventual Democratic congressional candidate Katie Wilson of Keene, brown coat, and others hold up a sign in protest of North Country Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik outside the Crowne Plaza hotel in Lake Placid in February.
(Enterprise photo — Antonio Olivero)

Protests to politics

SARANAC LAKE — Nestled inside a residence overlooking Moody Pond, Jack Carney of Long Lake and Fred Balzac of Jay lead a multiple-hour discussion past dusk in late June. It touches on the current state of national and local politics five months into Donald Trump’s presidency, and what they ...

A youngster fires the ball into the net as coach Olaf Carlson and a group of might mites watch during a drill Wednesday morning at the Jim Kordziel athletic fields in Lake Placid.
(Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)

Summer sessions kick in

LAKE PLACID — Summer fun and summer learning. It’s that time of year again when the Lake Placid Soccer Centre hosts camps in Lake Placid, Canton and beyond. The Lake Placid Soccer Centre held its first camp in 1977 and has been going strong ever since as more than 70,000 young ...

Spencer Morrissey smiles at the summit of Peaked Mountain while overlooking Peaked Mountain Pond on June 24. It was the 1,000th named peak in the Adirondacks that he had climbed.
(Enterprise photo — Justin A. Levine)

Thirst for exploration

We all milled about in the parking lot, saying hello to old friends and meeting new ones. We were an eclectic group, from all over the upstate area. Despite the differences in age and location, we all had one thing in common. We were there to partake in what could be a historic hike. Now, ...