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Stewart’s Shops wins Best Milk in New York

Stewart’s Shops was named Best Milk in New York State by Cornell University’s Department of Food Science on Dairy Day, Aug. 31, at the New York State Fair. The recognition is part of Cornell’s New York State Milk Quality Improvement Program. Cornell University collected samples ...

Adirondack Architectural Heritage names 2017 Preservation Award winners

KEESEVILLE — Adirondack Architectural Heritage, the region’s private nonprofit, historic preservation organization, will be presenting its annual Preservation Awards on Monday, Sept. 18 to five projects that exemplify the extraordinary preservation work being done in communities throughout ...

Fadden, Kelley graduate as conservation officers

PULASKI — Thirty one environmental conservation officers and nine forest rangers graduated from the State Department of Environmental Conservation’s 21st Basic School for Uniformed Officers on Aug. 25 in a formal ceremony at the Kallet Theater. Locals who were among the 40 graduates ...

Ian Orme, recently honored for his groundbreaking studies of tuberculosis, sits in the Blue Moon Cafe in Saranac Lake Wednesday.
(Enterprise photo — Glynis Hart)

TB bugs him: Microbe hunter retires to Onchiota

SARANAC LAKE — Ian Orme has spent a lifetime fighting tuberculosis, and now the professor recently named a “Pillar of Immunology” has moved to “the great metropolis of Onchiota,” as he put it, where his primary goal is to improve his golf game. At least, that’s his story. The ...

Pictured, from left, during the ribbon cutting at the new Champlain National Bank branch at 622 Lake Flower Ave. in Saranac Lake, are Lori Verzillo, Deena McCullough, Renee Darrah, Teresa Sayward, Ray Martin, Peter Paine III, Steven Cacchio, Peter Paine Jr., Rich Shapiro, Bill Kissel, Rebecca Miner and Jackie Hallock.
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Champlain National Bank opens Saranac Lake branch

SARANAC LAKE — Champlain National Bank President and CEO Steven Cacchio announced a new branch in Saranac Lake is now open for business with a ribbon-cutting ceremony took place on Aug. 22. Attending the ceremony were bank executives and local leaders, including board Chairman Peter ...

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Engel & Volkers adds Niles to team of real estate sales team

LAKE PLACID — Engel & Volkers Lake Placid recently announced that Blythe Niles recently joined its shop as a licensed real estate salesperson. “Blythe Niles is a wonderful addition to our talented team,” stated Colleen Holmes, real estate broker and managing partner of Engel & ...

Paul Smith’s College names new additions to its faculty

PAUL SMITHS — Paul Smith’s College will kick off the fall semester with seven new faculty members when classes begin Sept. 6. “The start of the semester at Paul Smith’s is always an exciting time,” said Nicholas Hunt-Bull, provost of Paul Smith’s College. “Having such an ...

Adirondack Medical Center announces July births

SARANAC LAKE — The Adirondack Medical Center recorded the following births during the month of July: Domazet: A daughter, Alijana, born July 8 at 7:09 p.m., weighing 6 pounds, 10 ounces to Alma and Amir Domazet of Lake Placid. Schmidt: A daughter, Amelia Christine, born July 14 at ...

N.Y. National Guard promotes soldiers

LATHAM — Major General Anthony P. German, the adjutant general for the state of New York, announces the promotion of members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their capability for additional responsibility and leadership: ≤Jamie Bigelow from Saranac Lake, and ...

Huttlinger named as vice president of CPA board

NEW YORK — John B. Huttlinger Jr., CPA and owner of Adirondack Audit Company Inc., has been chosen to serve as vice president on the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants’ Board. His one-year term began June 1. Huttlinger is currently a member of the Society’s ...