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Early air service for Saranac Lake, Lake Placid

March 7, 2015 No, I do not mean early air service as in 1940, when members of the Saranac lake Planning Board discussed the possibility of establishing an airport near Saranac Lake ... more »»

The Enterprise, Feb. 14, 1955

February 28, 2015 If there is just the slightest chance that my dear readers have not noticed, I try to write about events that go with the season — or in many instances, the same month, which is easy with the old... more »»

Another Winter Carnival is over, February 1959

February 21, 2015 It seems that every year the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival gets better and better and 2015 was proof of that – thanks to the hundreds of volunteers that make it all happe. more »»

Police blotter for February 1939

February 14, 2015 Feb. 3, 7:10 p.m. — Call from Dr. Greer complaining about Keith Mahan’s radio playing very loud. Investigated and talked with Greer and Mahan. more »»

Saranac Lake Winter Carnival 1911, part 2

February 7, 2015 The Ice Palace in 1911 was a very big deal just as it is today. more »»

Winter Carnival — 104 years ago

January 31, 2015 Things sure were different when the 1911 Winter Carnival opened on Tuesday, Jan. 24 and ran for three days, ending on Thursday, January 26. more »»

A reporter’s dream assignment, Part 2

January 24, 2015 The first ceo of the committee I was no longer at the Enterprise when Lake Placid won the bid to host the 1980 Games so I sent two letters to my friend Luke Patnod. more »»

A reporter’s dream assignment, Part 1

January 17, 2015 My adventures with the 1980 Olympic Winter Games (never, never, “Winter Olympic Games”) began in January 1973 when Lake Placid Mayor Robert Peacock and I left Montreal for Lausanne, Switzerlan. more »»

Greeting the new year of 1939

January 10, 2015 (Information from the 1938/1939 Police Blotter) --- The accompanying illustration is from my carefully filed collection of memorabilia as found in a cardboard box in the cellar. more »»

Eight-car pile up in Gabriels, 1967

January 3, 2015 It was Saturday, Feb. 10, and Don Tucker was driving his family to the Winter Carnival parade in Saranac Lake. more »»

Don’t we love to talk about the weather?

December 27, 2014 The old farmers would love to see that we have a weather channel on television that reports on nothing except weather. more »»

Christmas news from the Enterprise, Dec. 18, 1967

December 20, 2014 Right there on Page 1 was a story about Mose H. Ginsberg of Tupper Lake, who had donated $100 to the New York Times Neediest Cases Fund. more »»

The SLPD blotter from December 1938

December 13, 2014 Here is what was happening a mere 76 years ago in Saranac Lake. more »»

Various hunting tales — some odd

December 6, 2014 Hunting season for deer in this region ends tomorrow, Dec. 7, but in 1909 the season ended about the third week of November; the season opened in September. more »»

Deer hunting in the old days

November 29, 2014 I believe the following story about deer hunting in the Adirondacks should be of great interest to local hunters. The hunting season here in the Adirondacks ends on Dec. 7. more »»

Big brawl in Bloomingdale

November 22, 2014 Not many people are around today who remember a rural America when small villages were self sustaining; Bloomingdale is a perfect example of what happened all over America just before that rural era... more »»

Another SLPD Pulitzer Prize winner

November 15, 2014 Maybe I shouldn’t say this every time I publish a column from the ancient tombs of the Saranac Lake Police Department…but when I spend years and years…while at least days and days… in research... more »»

The Journal of Saranac Lake of Lake Placid

November 8, 2014 The above title happens to be the logo of a tabloid size, 16-page newspaper founded and published in the 1970s by Fred Ellers and Bill McLaughli. more »»

Enterprise: Oct. 14, 1964

November 1, 2014 Dr. W. Warriner Woodruff, 66, of Saranac Lake died at Will Rogers Hospital on Oct. 13 after suffering a stroke. One could not grow up in this village and not know Dr. Woodruff. more »»

History of Lake Flower ownership

October 25, 2014 As usual, the information for this story was found deep in the archives of the Adirondack Room in the Saranac Lake Free Library. more »»

 
 

 

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