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Raquette Lake seeks resolution

November 2, 2013 RAQUETTE LAKE — It’s rare for an issue in the Adirondacks to have unanimous support of environmental groups, local governments and state lawmakers in Albany, but that’s the case with Proposition 4,... more »»

Scents of purpose

October 26, 2013 TUPPER LAKE — It only took a few minutes after the search began for Semper to come crashing through the hemlock stand I was kneeling in. more »»

Digging into the mining proposition

October 19, 2013 Voters across New York will decide the fate of a contentious Adirondack land swap when they go to the polls on Nov. 5. Proposition 5 would let Willsboro-based NYCO Minerals Inc. more »»

High school wedding

October 12, 2013 LAKE PLACID — In mid August, most schools are preparing for students and teachers to return to class. Lake Placid Middle/High School, however, was preparing for a wedding. more »»

First impressions of the Essex Chain

October 5, 2013 NEWCOMB — As the sun set on Wednesday evening, real estate broker Judy Morris stuck a “for sale” in the front yard of a home on Goodnow Flow Roa. more »»

Behind the bars

September 28, 2013 MALONE — It’s Friday morning, and the Franklin County Jail is beginning to stir. The correction officers sit through roll call at 7:15 a.m. and listen as Sgt. more »»

A phone call, and a thank-you, just in time

September 21, 2013 SARANAC LAKE — It was only a 10- to 15-minute phone conversation, but it was one Ruth King will never forge. more »»

Keene fire hall: From broken to better

September 14, 2013 KEENE — When Gov. Andrew Cuomo was in town last week, he used the new Keene fire hall as a metaphor for what he wants to do across the state: Build back better. more »»

Bouldering on the rise

September 7, 2013 SARANAC LAKE — When glaciers receded about 12,000 years ago, they changed the Adirondacks forever. The large ice sheets shaped mountains, carved rivers and left behind sandy eskers. more »»

Teens’ impressions of Kenya

August 31, 2013 Garbage. It was the first thing a group of Reason 2 Smile volunteers noticed as they walked the crowded dirt roads leading to Jambo Jipya Academy and Children’s Home in Mtwapa, Kenya. more »»

What if state funds don’t come through for hotel projects?

August 24, 2013 SARANAC LAKE — Two major hotel projects in this village became public within less than two weeks of each other. Both are now vying for millions of dollars in state economic development funding. more »»

Back to school

August 17, 2013 LAKE PLACID — Roger Catania took over as superintendent of the Lake Placid Central School District in the last month of the 2013-14 school year. more »»

Saying no to knotweed

August 10, 2013 NORTH CREEK — Standing in front of an audience of about 75 people in the Tannery Pond Community Center Monday, Ed Frantz recalled the first time he encountered the invasive plant Japanese knotweed. more »»

Nature in their sites

August 3, 2013 TUPPER LAKE — There’s something about Fish Creek and Rollins Pond that people can’t get enough of. more »»

Winging it

July 20, 2013 SARANAC LAKE — It’s a hot weekday afternoon, and neighbors and dogs watch as the Blind Owl Band plays for a video shoot in front of Steve Schnibbe’s abandoned, bizarrely cluttered house on Park... more »»

Converted school fills void for seniors

July 13, 2013 WILLSBORO — The halls of the former Willsboro Central School used to bustle with the sounds of children moving from classroom to classroom. more »»

Observatory’s RORO almost ready to go

July 6, 2013 TUPPER LAKE — For years, the Adirondack Public Observatory has been a local nonprofit group educating people about the night sky, holding events and raising funds. more »»

Spotlight shines on Indian Lake

June 29, 2013 INDIAN LAKE — In late July, this small central Adirondack town will be the focus of a large festival showcasing the Adirondacks, a pet project of Gov. Andrew Cuomo. more »»

Vacation photos keep blowing in

June 15, 2013 For the fifth week in a row, The Enterprise's North Country Living page has been filled with pictures of smiling readers holding copies of this newspaper they brought on vacation with them. more »»

North Country war zone

May 11, 2013 ONCHIOTA — David Fitz-Enz, a retired Army colonel and active military historian, doesn’t see the same things most of us do when he drives to Plattsburgh, or Ogdensburg, or Sacketts Harbor. more »»

 
 

 

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