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Charles Whitson: A St. Armand staple

April 16, 2014 BLOOMINGDALE — A booming voice always welcomes you when you enter the front door of the St. Armand Town Hall. Charles Whitson Jr. more »»

 
 
 
Targeting success: Staves, Trudeau head to archery nationals

April 9, 2014 Fluffy golden brown pancakes cooked on the iron grill, a crackling fire in the old stone fireplace and a warm glow on old fish, taxidermy pheasants and old maps set the scene Sunday. more »»

Figure skater is deeply committed

March 26, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — There were enough Dorothys to go around, plenty of scarecrows, a couple of cowardly lions, a silver tin man, silver tin girls, flying monkeys and an equal number of wicked witches in... more »»

1,500 babies ... and counting

March 12, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Everywhere she goes, Mary Rooks is reminded why becoming a certified nurse-midwife was the best decision she ever mad. more »»

Sandy Hayes keeps family history alive

February 26, 2014 BLOOMINGDALE — When Sandy Hayes was awarded Realtor of the Year at Lake Placid’s Whiteface Lodge in 2013, his girlfriend Connie Amell instructed him to keep his acceptance speech simpl. more »»

Steve Dehond: After a close call, a man finds meaning in his work and his family

November 27, 2013 It was shortly before 6 p.m. on Aug. 16, 1986. more »»

Baptist church welcomes Schneider as pastor

October 23, 2013 SARANAC LAKE — On Sunday, Sept. 22, the Saranac Lake Baptist Church warmly welcomed the Rev. Ryan Schneider to lead his first service as its new pasto. more »»

Pastor Michael Richards serves diverse congregations

October 16, 2013 Pastor Michael Richards came to serve as the pastor of First United Methodist Church in Saranac Lake in April 2011, as a two-month interim. After that, he was appointed by the bishop to remain. more »»

Beth Glover brings life to drama

August 21, 2013 “Help my Daddy!” Beth Glover vividly remembers screaming this as she watched her father being killed in the play “Arsenic and Old Lace.” She was 4. more »»

Don Morrison serves his community

August 14, 2013 JAY — Don Morrison has spent much of his life serving this community in some form or another. He grew up in Carthage, attended school there and graduated in 1962. more »»

Adela Bukva: Portraits of war

August 7, 2013 Adela Bukva’s dreams were frequently interrupted by gunfire and grenades. Her family lived in Bosnia-Herzegovina during an ethnic cleansing campaign known as the Bosnian genocide. more »»

Richard Brandt, a traveling scientist

July 31, 2013 Not many people get to travel the world extensively, and fewer can claim that they have visited the Antarctic, the Arctic and Greenland many times. Richard Brandt is one of those people. more »»

Thomas Potter: fight and flight

July 11, 2013 In a recent interview, Tupper Lake resident Thomas Potter spoke of the future: “I imagine it will be covered in plastics and garbage. more »»

Stars in the eyes of a lost Russian girl

June 19, 2013 Lake Placid serves as a sanctuary to people of all kinds. For one little girl, the feeling of refuge is stronger than usual. more »»

Karen Lewis: Life as a writer

April 17, 2013 When Karen Lewis was young, she wanted to be a horse. When she realized that wasn’t going to work, she abandoned that idea and focused on her next passion, acting. more »»

Corey Iaria: Circling the country for the circus

February 20, 2013 “The circus is coming! The circus is coming!” For two years, Corey Iaria of Saranac Lake spoke those words daily as she traveled to small towns and urban centers across the country, hyping up the... more »»

Putting in work at Atlas Hoofed It Farm

August 1, 2012 SUGARBUSH — Life on the farm isn’t easy, but the Burke family is making it work. more »»

Part of a movement

July 5, 2012 Special to the Enterprise SARANAC LAKE — On June 12, more than 700 advocates for disability rights marched in the rain down Pennsylvania Avenue to the Capitol, chanting “ADA is here to stay!” and... more »»

Fuat Latif: self-sufficiency in the Adirondacks

May 16, 2012 Fuat Latif graduated from Northeastern University with a degree in civil engineering. Today, he calls himself a retired civil engineer. “I took early retirement,” he jokes. more »»

Hey Jarrad, what’s cookin’?

April 18, 2012 LAKE PLACID — For Jarrad Lang, the kitchen is like a second home. Lang, 36, is the executive chef at the Mirror Lake Inn, which includes two restaurants: The View and the Taste Bistr. more »»

‘Fluent’ emerges on the open mic scene

April 11, 2012 If you have gone to an open mic night at Paul Smith’s College lately, you would be aware of, and extremely impressed by, a 24-year-old up-and-comer who is reaching out to the local scene. more »»

 
 

 

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