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State collects almost 17M fish eggs for hatcheries

January 13, 2016 ALBANY (AP) — New York environmental officials say they have collected almost 17 million fish eggs that can be used for stocking waterways. more »»

ROOST to host public meetings Jan. 21 in Tupper Lake, Piercefield

January 13, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — The Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism invites all interested to attend two informational public meetings on Thursday, Ja. more »»

Schools in central New York call off classes due to weather

January 13, 2016 SYRACUSE (AP) — Thousands of students in central New York are getting their first snow day of the winter as lake-effect storms continue to dump snow across a wide swath of the region. more »»

Green groups sue over Essex Chain plan

January 12, 2016 Two environmental groups have joined forces to sue the Adirondack Park Agency and Department of Environmental Conservation over the state agencies’ plan to manage the recently acquired Essex Chain... more »»

On Austrian snow

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Village board discusses resort extension

January 12, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The village Board of Trustees expects to vote in two weeks on an extension request from developers of a proposed resort on the Lake Flower shoreline, even though Mayor Clyde Rabideau... more »»

Weather system may come to L.P. Quinn

January 12, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — A new weather monitoring system at the elementary school may soon provide a treasure trove of scientific data. more »»

ADK to host annual winter mountaineering school

January 12, 2016 LAKE PLACID — For more than 60 years, the Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) has been teaching newbies and experienced mountaineers alike the skills necessary for safely negotiating the backcountry... more »»

Prosecutor finds no crime in governor’s panel shutdown

January 12, 2016 ALBANY — An investigation has found insufficient evidence that Go. more »»

New York graduation rate increases slightly to 78 percent

January 12, 2016 BUFFALO — New York’s graduation rate increased slightly to 78. more »»

Village votes to keep seal seen as racist

January 12, 2016 WHITESBORO (AP) — Residents of a central New York village want to keep their logo that has been called racist and offensive because it appears to show a white man choking a Native American. more »»

World kids games here?

January 11, 2016 LAKE PLACID — At 2 p.m. more »»

Zoning change extension sought for resort

January 11, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — Developers of a proposed 93-room, $17 million Lake Flower resort have asked the village for an extension on a zoning change enacted for the hotel last yea. more »»

Mirror Lake ice still thin

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High winds topple trees, utility lines in Tri-Lakes

January 11, 2016 Powerful winds raked across the North Country Sunday and early this morning, toppling trees into roads and utility lines, and causing scattered power outages. more »»

Grand Marshal Reception and Royalty Dinner Feb. 9

January 11, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Committee invites the public to the Grand Marshal Reception and Royalty Dinner on Tuesday, Feb. 9 at the Red Fox Restaurant. more »»

New York opens access to great camp on winter weekends

January 11, 2016 NEWCOMB (AP) — An old Adirondack “great camp” operated by New York state is welcoming cross-country skiers and snowshoers this winter. more »»

Hunting take: Fewer deer, more bear

January 11, 2016 The state Department of Environmental Conservation has released preliminary numbers of deer and bear taken during the 2015 hunting season, and they show that the overall deer take was down, while... more »»

Sweet deal: Fort gets $10K grant from Mars candy company

January 11, 2016 TICONDEROGA (AP) - The Mars candy company has awarded a $10,000 grant to Fort Ticonderoga for research into how chocolate was used by the armies that occupied the site during the Revolutionary War. more »»

Tupper Lake roof bids come in below estimates

January 11, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — The town board approved bids for roof repairs to the town highway garage and the Adirondack Adult Center significantly lower than bids received for the same projects in August. more »»



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