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Making the call

September 15, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — Macey Fischer was in seventh grade when she first asked her parents for a cell phone. She said it took a lot of pushing and prodding before her mom finally gave in. more »»

Cannonball run

September 8, 2012 Many paddlers in the 90-mile Adirondack Canoe Classic find that the three-day event offers more than enough challenge. more »»

Memories of Irene

September 1, 2012 Most residents of the North Country remember where they were when Tropical Storm Irene swept through on Aug. 28, 2011. more »»

Old man and the mountains

August 25, 2012 WILMINGTON — As 82-year-old Jerry Levine hiked up the steep, stone-covered trail on the way to the summit of 4,867-foot Whiteface Mountain, he was quiet except for some heavy breathing. more »»

A new place to fall for

August 18, 2012 INDIAN LAKE — Mythic. Iconic. The Holy Grail of Adirondack waterfalls. more »»

Helldiver moose

August 11, 2012 Few if any people know the Moose River Plains in the southwestern Adirondacks as well as retired forest ranger Gary Lee. He’s spent years working in the area and continues to visit regularly. more »»

Youth movement in lacrosse

August 4, 2012 LAKE PLACID — If anybody needs evidence that the popularity of lacrosse among young Americans is on the rise, look no further than the Summit Lacrosse Tournamen. more »»

Staying busy in Lake Placid

July 28, 2012 LAKE PLACID — Last winter was a tough one for this community’s tourist-based economy, but the busy summer season is helping some businesses get back on track. more »»

No deal - now what?

July 21, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — Village Mayor Clyde Rabideau says he and other village staff have sent three potential buyers to the Hotel Saranac, all of whom were willing to spend “millions of dollars” to purchase... more »»

Beehive buzzing with music again

July 14, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — If you’ve heard either of Frankenpine’s two full-length CDs, Big Slyde or the Honey Dewdrops’ new ones, some of a.k.a. more »»

End of the Hanmer era?

July 7, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — On Sunday, July 1, more than 60 guideboats were on display for a parade held prior to the 50th running of the Hanmer Guideboat Races, dozens participated in the races and hundreds of... more »»

Celebrating 30 years of Tinman

June 30, 2012 TUPPER LAKE — In the early 1980s, Tupper Lakers were looking for an event that could bring people from out of town back to the region every year. more »»

The heat is on

June 23, 2012 The beginning of summer greeted the North Country this week with heavy heat, topping out around 90 degrees. more »»

Enterprise tags along on vacations

June 2, 2012 For the third Saturday in a row, the Enterprise is filling its North Country Living page with photos that our readers submitted from their vacations — each with a copy of the Enterprise they stashed... more »»

Meet the Adirondack Carousel critters

May 12, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — Two weeks from today, the long-awaited Adirondack Carousel will give its first rides to the public. more »»

Rounding up the locals

May 5, 2012 Businesses that rely on tourism are learning to adapt to seasonal ups and downs. more »»

Fixing up the town’s hall

April 28, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — Town of Harrietstown officials have invested hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years in keeping up their historic town hall. Now they may have to spend some more. more »»

A closer look at the North Elba rail-trail

April 21, 2012 It’s a blustery spring day as Carl Knoch trudges along the train tracks just outside of Lake Placid. more »»

Public weighs in on bobcat plan

April 14, 2012 The state’s proposed five-year bobcat management plan has drawn more than 1,600 comments, with many of them not only criticizing the plan, but also bobcat hunting and trapping in genera. more »»

Hunting for treasures

April 7, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — Carol Keeton’s job is to be a treasure hunter. Keeton works for THR & Associates, a company based out of Springfield, Ill. “We travel around and look for treasures,” Keeton said. more »»



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