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DEC’s gag order

March 9, 2013 RAY BROOK — Gov. more »»

Snowmobile dreams

March 2, 2013 TUPPER LAKE — Tupper Lake is working on a shift to more of a tourism-based economy, and many in town see snowmobiling as one of the keys. more »»

Change at the bedside

February 23, 2013 SARANAC LAKE — The days of your family doctor tending to you at your bedside at Adirondack Medical Center in Saranac Lake may be numbered. more »»

Coolidge became an angler in the Adirondacks

February 16, 2013 PAUL SMITHS — For some, Presidents Day, which is this Monday, has long been associated with computer, furniture and television sales. more »»

Winter Carnival by the numbers

February 9, 2013 Saranac Lake’s Winter Carnival, which wraps up its 116th year Sunday night, lasts approximately 217 hours over a 10-day span. more »»

Winter Carnival memories

February 2, 2013 SARANAC LAKE — The Saranac Lake Winter Carnival kicked off Friday night with Coronation and will continue for another week, highlighted by the Gala Parade next Saturday. more »»

Home ice

January 26, 2013 It’s 6:30 p.m. on a cold, clear, early January nigh. more »»

Learning time: the long and short of it

January 19, 2013 New York is trying to move toward the front lines of a movement to extend the amount of time children spend learning in school. Gov. more »»

Answering the call

January 12, 2013 (Editor’s note: Athena Pepe, 18, lives in Keene and is a senior at Keene Central School. She and her mother, Aline Pepe, went to New York City Nov. 17 to 19 to help out after Hurricane Sandy hit Oc. more »»

Yellow-Yellow: Exploring the myth and reality of a notorious High Peaks bear

December 15, 2012 Cameron West was lying down in his tent on the side of Algonquin Peak just before dark in mid-June when he heard a bear moving through the nearby woods. more »»

Wilderness? Wild forest? Canoe area?

December 8, 2012 Environmentalists, sportsmen and local elected officials are debating how much public access should be allowed on the 18,294-acre Essex Chain of Lakes tract in the central Adirondacks once it’s... more »»

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 »»

 
 

 

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