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The Inseide Dope (local color), by Bob Seidenstein

You Know What ...? (local history), by Howard Riley

Adirondack Gadabout (outdoors), by Joe Hackett

Adk Biz Today, by Ernest Hohmeyer

What do new state trends mean to us?

September 20, 2014 Each year various sources rank how each state compares to each other. What may be important to us as we try to recruit jobs to the Adirondacks is the criteria they use to determine this. more »»

Safety on the Roads, by Dave Werner

North Country Kitchen, by Yvona Fast

Read in the Blue Line

The Scientific Mind, by Jeremie Fish

View from the Porch, by Paul Willcott

Thomas Merton at the Price Chopper

September 16, 2014 On Christmas Eve a year or so ago, I went to Price Chopper at 6:30 in the morning in order to avoid the crowd and keep my attitude properly Christmasy. more »»

Onward through the Fog, by Melinda Walton

I remember

September 11, 2014 September. My favorite time of year. The weather turns beautiful. Skies are that rare blue, clouds are white little puffs, and the air is cooler. A couple days in though, I always remember. more »»

Field and Forest, by Richard Gast

Eye on Invasives, by Hilary Smith

The Wilderness Above (astronomy), by Aileen O'Donoghue

Constellations come out tonight

April 29, 2014 After having brightened the sky through our long winter nights, the lovely constellations of Taurus with the Pleaides, Orion with his jeweled belt, Canis Major with dazzling bright Sirius, Canis... more »»

Saranac Lake Free Library Notes

Peter Crowley

Intent on Fort Kent, by Mike Lynch

Chris Knight

Ask a Master Gardener

Down in the dirt

August 29, 2013 I have a confession to make: I like weeding. In the late afternoon cool of a summer day, I’ll grab my iPod and saunter out to the garden with my favorite crescent-shaped hoe. more »»

Actively Adirondack, by Randy Lewis

To make the time pass ...

March 11, 2014 Outside the blue jays gather once again in the morning light. Daylight Savings Time has been returned, and our surrounding wildlife knows nothing about our trick of stealing time to play. more »»

Brighton Buzz, by Dora Mose

Chris Morris

King James, sports and priorities

March 5, 2013 Professional and amateur sports in this country face a lot of pressing, messy issues these days. LeBron James having fun is not one of them. more »»

From Russia With ... (a teen's impressions of semester abroad), by Elsa Evans-Kummer

Good-byes

November 24, 2012 I find myself writing this last article while looking into the empty bottoms of suitcases waiting to be fille. more »»

Health Matters, by Dr. Josh Schwartzberg

Health Matters: Errors in patient care

March 28, 2009 The American healthcare system is regarded as the most sophisticated in the world, yet medical errors have been estimated to cause 44,000 to 98,000 deaths in U.S. hospitals each year. more »»

In the 'Tube, by Geoff Hayward

Independent Living, by Lauren LeFebvre

Jessica Collier

Government transparency is getting better

February 28, 2012 It’s great to see that many local governments are working on complying with a new section of Open Meetings Law that requires them to post online documents that are going to be discussed at meetin. more »»

North Country Caring, by Daniel Klebes Jr.

Oh, Deer! by George J. Bryjak

Confronting deer control

December 21, 2010 OH, DEER! A series about deer population, Part 3 of 3 --- There are only two options for slowing or reversing the growth of deer populations: decreasing the birth rate or increasing the death rate. more »»

Outskirts, by Deborah Donaldson

Shots, Dr. Marvin Ackerman

A hard day’s night

April 25, 2009 It is estimated that the annual sales of pills for sexual difficulty in men, known as erectile dysfunction (E.D.), amounts to about $3 billion per year. In the U.S. 25 million men are affect. more »»

 
 

 

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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 »

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