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DEC releases results of hunter survey

February 22, 2016 The state Department of Environmental Conservation recently released the results of a study that found, unsurprisingly, that hunters prefer to take larger bucks when hunting. more »»

Baby chicks: signed, sealed and delivered

February 20, 2016 The chicken or the egg? It’s the eternal question, but for those of us who raise chickens, that question usually has a pretty clear answer in the form of a delivery from the post office. more »»

Shed heads discover whitetail tendencies

February 20, 2016 I’ve never spent much time hunting for “sheds,” a term used to describe the dropped antlers of a whitetail deer. more »»

Jackrabbit Trail has kinder, gentler sign

February 20, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — At the McKenzie Pond Road trailhead for the Jackrabbit Trail, there were a few boot prints in the dusting of snow Friday afternoon, but not a single sign of skiers. more »»

At a crossroads

February 19, 2016 Now that the Adirondack Park Agency has approved a plan to split the Remsen-Lake Placid travel corridor into two parts, many are wondering what advocates on both sides of the rail/trail debate will... more »»

Bicycle-based shops happy with rail decision

February 19, 2016 While much of the focus of the rail/trail debate has centered around the historic aspect of the train and business opportunities that the rails could provide, several other businesses in the area... more »»

APA delays primitive camping regs

February 19, 2016 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency found issues with its proposed primitive camping guidelines that were issued last December and will likely reissue the guidelines as well as hold an... more »»

Hikers rescued

February 17, 2016 LAKE PLACID — The state Department of Environmental Conservation backcountry caretaker at Lake Colden once again provided assistance this week to a couple of injured hikers. more »»

Maple producers question foods labeled with maple

February 17, 2016 RICHMOND, Vt. — In the maple-rich areas of New England and the upper Midwest, producers don’t approve of fakers. more »»

Crashes amid icy weather

February 16, 2016 A combination of snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain coated area roadways this morning, triggering several car crashes and collisions and canceling classes at North Country Community College. more »»

State finds peregrine falcon numbers hold steady

February 16, 2016 You might not think animals that move at nearly 200 miles per hour need a lot of protection, but like other birds of prey, the peregrine falcon has faced outside pressures that have limited their... more »»

Authorities: Plattsburgh-Burlington ferry re-opened

February 16, 2016 GRAND ISLE, Vt. (AP) — Authorities say a ferry connecting New York and Vermont has been re-opened after high winds and waves closed it Monday night. more »»

Wild weather swings

February 15, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — We’re on a roller coaster, weather we want to be or no. more »»

Snow, sleet and rain moving in

February 15, 2016 NEW YORK — A grab bag of weather conditions — including snow and sleet — will descend on communities from the mid-Atlantic to the Northeast, but with many people off for Presidents’ Day it may be... more »»

Bands are for the birds

February 13, 2016 PAUL SMITHS — I only heard the rapid heart beat for a second before feeling the pai. more »»

The good old days when winter brought snow and ice

February 13, 2016 For as long as I can recall, the winter season has always been my favorite time of the year. more »»

Inn owners profit from rail bikes, prefer trail

February 13, 2016 While many railroad supporters in nearby Saranac Lake were disappointed by the Adirondack Park Agency’s approval of the state’s plan to split the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor into an upgraded... more »»

APA OKs Santanoni upgrades

February 13, 2016 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency decided Thursday that proposed changes at historic Camp Santanoni in Newcomb are in compliance with the State Land Master Plan. more »»

APA approves rail-trail plan

February 12, 2016 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency voted Thursday afternoon to approve a plan that would split a railroad corridor into two parts: one with a trail replacing the tracks and one with... more »»



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