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Stimulus: Is it working up here?

October 24, 2009 Federal stimulus money has been trickling into the North Country over the past six months, but whether it’s helped to boost the region’s economy or has created anything more than seasonal jobs so fa... more »»

Foraging in Old Forge

October 17, 2009 On Sept. more »»

Where guideboats are born

October 10, 2009 SARANAC LAKE — A guideboat sits overturned and elevated on A-frames above a pile of sawdust. Tools, some dating back to the 19th century, are everywhere. more »»

D.I.Y. ski hill

September 26, 2009 TUPPER LAKE — The Big Tupper Ski Area was once a regional hub of wintry activity: Local children spent entire winters on the slopes skiing and snowboarding, adults mixed with friends in the bar in... more »»

How do ya like them apples?

September 19, 2009 PERU — Driving down the straight, narrow country roads in the town of Peru, the farmland seems to stretch on forever. more »»

Different roads on DWI

September 12, 2009 ELIZABETHTOWN — Driving while intoxicated is one of the most common crimes in the North Country, and its prosecution has been a central issue in the campaign for Essex County district attorney. more »»

Sprague has two police endorsements

September 12, 2009 Kristy Sprague has been endorsed by the Lake Placid and state police Troop B Police Benevolent Associations in her run for Essex County district attorne. more »»

Garcia has raised, spent more money

September 12, 2009 Over the course of the race for Essex County district attorney, incumbent Julie Garcia has raised much more money than challenger Kristy Sprague. more »»

Color is coming

September 5, 2009 After a summer that took a long time to feel like summer, with too much rain and cold for most people’s tastes, Adirondackers are turning their thoughts toward fall. more »»

Vision for an expanded Pisgah

August 29, 2009 SARANAC LAKE — Natalie Leduc, a longtime supporter of Mount Pisgah Ski Center, says there’s one thing that separates Matt Cook from the previous managers of the village-owned ski are. more »»

Summer is no vacation for vendors

August 29, 2009 In the Adirondacks, where the snow starts falling in October, residents endure long, blistering-cold winters and an extended mud season called spring. more »»

Historic laboratory is now open as museum

August 29, 2009 The white, glazed walls were designed to be easy to clean. Vents headed upward, directing the tuberculosis bacillus and the chemicals used in experiments out of the building. more »»

Harrowing escape, but he lived to tell the tale

August 8, 2009 f you happen to be awake at 12:05 a.m. Sunday, think of F. Peter Simmons. more »»

A touch of human history on Hitchens Pond

August 1, 2009 Standing in the woods about a mile west of Low’s Bluffs near Hitchens Pond, Adirondack Museum Curator Hallie Bond reached down and picked up a piece of marble. more »»

Living history

July 11, 2009 The 110-mile-long freshwater lake that separates New York’s Adirondack coast from the Green Mountains of Vermont is the subject of a new book, published by Adirondack Life magazine, which is based i... more »»


July 10, 2009 They don’t claim to rival Niagara Falls, but the Adirondacks have many cascading waterfall. more »»

Meet Swayze, seidenstein & Rumplestiltskin

June 20, 2009 SARANAC LAKE — They’re not just chickens. They’re a statement about sustainability, a tool to foster community and an invitation to others to try raising their ow. more »»

A new kind of Adirondack guide

May 2, 2009 LAKE PLACID — A new book on Adirondack wildlife, written by an Adirondack native, attempts to introduce the average person to the animals of the Park. more »»

What’s not in the water

April 25, 2009 ‘I can no longer sit back and allow Communist infiltration, Communist indoctrination, Communist subversion and the international Communist conspiracy to sap and impurify all of our precious bodily... more »»

Examining enrollment

April 4, 2009 It’s the time of year when graduating high schoolers anxiously check mailboxes on their way up the driveway after a day of classes and extracurricular activities, hoping for acceptance letters from... more »»



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