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New aquatic invasive species report released

May 17, 2014 KEENE VALLEY — A new report, “Boat Inspection and Decontamination for Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention: Recommendations for the Adirondack Region,” is now available to help guide decisions on... more »»

Students hopeful in climate change fight

May 17, 2014 LAKE PLACID — Students featured in a recently released documentary film hope it helps spread their message of optimism in fighting climate change. more »»

Saranac Lake area rec facilities set to open

May 17, 2014 Second Pond Boat Launch, Saranac Lakes Island Campgrounds and the Lower Locks on the Saranac Lakes Chain will be open and staffed beginning Friday, May 23, according to the state Department of... more »»

Science lessons: frogs to feathers

May 16, 2014 PAUL SMITHS — With a little training, anyone can get involved with science. more »»

Boat inspections now mandatory on Lake George

May 16, 2014 LAKE GEORGE (AP) — All trailered boats entering Lake George are required to be inspected for aquatic hitchhikers under a law that took effect Thursday. more »»

Paddling race season kicks off Saturday

May 15, 2014 The paddling race season kicks off Saturday with the annual ’Round the Mountain Canoe and Kayak Races in Saranac Lake. more »»

Canton college student's body recovered in Grasse River

May 13, 2014 CLARE (AP) — Authorities have recovered the body of a college student from Brooklyn who drowned after going over a 100-foot waterfall while tubing on a remote northern New York river. The St. more »»

Search on for student missing in Grasse River

May 12, 2014 CLARE (AP) - Authorities are searching for the body of a college student believed to have drowned while swimming in a remote northern New York river. The St. more »»

Biologists check Vt. cave for bat disease rate

May 12, 2014 DORSET, Vt. — The entrance to the Aeolus cave in Dorset is littered with the bones of thousands of bats that have died since white nose syndrome first appeared in Vermont. more »»

Catch and hope for a release

May 10, 2014 Recently, I was asked to describe the most dangerous situation I had faced in my long career as a guide. Fortunately, it is a fairly short lis. more »»

Chronicling plane crashes

May 10, 2014 Scott Van Laer, an off-duty forest ranger, sits in the back of a small Cessna plane scouring the forest below for plane wreckage dating back to September 1959. more »»

Standup paddleboarding picks up steam

May 10, 2014 BRECKENRIDGE, Col. more »»

Bill would update NY guiding regulations

May 10, 2014 A bill proposed by state Sen. Betty Little is attempting to address what are perceived as shortcomings in the current laws overseeing licensed guide. more »»

DEC: avoid muddy trails

May 10, 2014 RAY BROOK — The state Department of Environmental Conservation is urging people not to hike on trails above 3,000 feet in the Dix Mountain, Giant Mountain and High Peaks wilderness areas until early... more »»

Variance for new docks?

May 7, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — The former Crescent Bay Marina will open next week under new ownership, but the company that’s now running the operation still has a long way to go before its plan to redevelop the... more »»

Lake Placid lake ice is out

May 7, 2014 LAKE PLACID — Ice Meisters Ben, Marty and Mary Shubert, along with Brian Bliss, declared Lake Placid ice officially out Friday, May 2 at 1:42 p.. more »»

Fins, feathers and fines usher in spring season

May 3, 2014 Following fast on the tail of an unusually long winter, the spring season has finally arrived. more »»



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