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Costs of a long winter

March 20, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Four years ago, the village built a 9,000-square-foot storage shed on Van Buren Street to hold the sand and salt it uses each winter to keep village streets clear of snow and ice. more »»

Mirror Lake ice track will return next year

March 20, 2014 LAKE PLACID — This was the first winter an ice track was plowed around Mirror Lake, but it won’t be the last. more »»

ORDA boasts of solid winter at Olympic venues

March 20, 2014 LAKE PLACID — The state Olympic Regional Development Authority boasted Tuesday a successful year, with new marketing campaigns and a busy schedule of events. more »»

Mike Carr discusses latest phase in Finch, Pruyn deal

March 18, 2014 The Nature Conservancy has reached the midpoint in its five-year, $48.6 million deal with the state to add 69,000 acres of former Finch, Pruyn and Co. timberlands to the state Forest Preserve. more »»

Cold on Colden

March 18, 2014 ... more »»

Autopsy confirms crash killed snowboarder

March 18, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — The autopsy results for a 22-year-old snowboarder who died over the weekend at Whiteface was conducted Monday at Adirondack Medical Center. Austin P. more »»

Fundraisers to be held for Tupper archers headed to nationals

March 18, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — Tupper Lake Middle-High School recently participated in the New York National Archery in the Schools tournament. more »»

Snowboarder dies in crash on Whiteface Mountain

March 17, 2014 A Rochester area man died after crashing off a trail while snowboarding at Whiteface Mountain Ski Center this weekend. Austin P. more »»

Time is right for late-winter trail skiing

March 15, 2014 Backcountry ski trails should be in good shape throughout the Adirondacks after this most recent snowfal. more »»

Project 46

March 15, 2014 Some people take a lifetime to hike the 46 High Peaks. Montreal resident Neil Luckhurst recently did it in just 10 days. more »»

Evidence of native cultures widespread in Adirondacks

March 15, 2014 In last week’s column, I attempted to trace the history of the first Europeans to venture into the Adirondack region in an effort to determine the source of the name “Adirondack. more »»

Schoch bound for state Outdoorsmen Hall of Fame

March 15, 2014 RAY BROOK — Dr. Nina Schoch, director of the Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation, will be inducted into the New York State Outdoorsmen Hall of Fame in April. more »»

9-miler to return to Tupper Lake

March 15, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — Roger Gocking is bringing the 9-miler Canoe and Kayak race back to Tupper Lake. more »»

Vulcan's silver lining

March 14, 2014 Tri-Lakers made the best of Snowstorm Vulcan as it dropped as much as 20 inches of snow on some villages Wednesday and Thursday. more »»

Brew-Ski event is a go for Saturday

March 14, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — The first-ever Brew-Ski Trail and Green Sledding event is happening this weekend. more »»

Tri-Lakers dig out

March 13, 2014 Beam me up, Scotty — to spring. more »»

DEC Ray Brook front entry reopens

March 13, 2014 RAY BROOK — Beginning Friday, the main entrance and lobby at the sate Department of Environmental Conservation’s Region 5 headquarters is reopened for public use. more »»

Board delays renaming peak for Forty-Sixer icon

March 13, 2014 A proposal to change the name of East Dix Mountain to Grace Peak in honor of legendary Adirondack 46er Grace Hudowalski will take at least another month. The U.S. more »»

Last weekend to ski Big Tupper

March 13, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — Despite the recent snowfall, this is the last weekend the Big Tupper Ski Area will be open. more »»

8,451 more acres

March 12, 2014 The state plans to pay $5.7 million to buy another 8,451 acres of former Finch, Pruyn and Co. timberlands, most of which are in the Adirondack Park. Gov. more »»

 
 

 

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