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Long Lake Lights

December 1, 2012 Bill Ellick was concerned that there wasn’t enough Christmas spirit in Long Lake. more »»

Strolling in a winter wonderland

November 24, 2012 LAKE PLACID — The Holiday Village Stroll is a relatively new event in this community, but organizers say it’s quickly becoming a popular tradition among locals and visitors. more »»

World Cup in their sights

November 17, 2012 The upcoming World Cup biathlon season looks hopeful for three athletes from the Tri-Lakes region. more »»

Frenette is flying high

November 10, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — As a child growing up here, Peter Frenette sometimes second-guessed his decision to be a ski jumper instead of participating in more traditional sports. more »»

Three vie for two Tupper Lake village trustee seats

November 3, 2012 TUPPER LAKE — Three people are running for two village trustee seats this fall. more »»

Choices for Fourth Judicial District

October 27, 2012 When voters head to the polls on Nov. 6, they will see a lot of names on the ballot, due in part to a crowded field in the race for the Fourth Judicial District of the New York State Supreme Court. more »»

Clam-ity

October 20, 2012 Lake George has long been an invasive species battleground, but the ongoing and costly two-year-old fight to rid the lake of Asian clams has quickly become its most critical campaign yet. more »»

A summer of construction

October 13, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — Orange traffic cones and “Road Closed” signs at every turn. The constant beeping from heavy equipment backing up. The pungent odor of freshly laid asphal. more »»

The end of trout season

October 6, 2012 With the intensity of the rain picking up Tuesday, I glided across the flat water toward the large downed tree on the edge of the water. more »»

Gassed up

September 29, 2012 Tourists who flock to places like the Adirondacks and Catskills to check out nature’s majesty in late September and early October tend to drive more than those who come for a summer getaway or a... more »»

Foliage report: Colors are at or near peak

September 29, 2012 Leaf-peepers in the Adirondacks are in for a treat this weekend, as fall colors are expected to be at or near peak, according to Empire State Development’s latest Fall Color Report. more »»

Ranger School turns 100

September 22, 2012 WANAKENA — Charlie Platt was working as a claims representative for a Social Security Administration office in Oswego in the late 1980s when he decided he needed a career change. more »»

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 »»

 
 

 

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