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A life of medicine: Dr. Leonard Bristol

December 2, 2009 Born in New York City in April of 1919, Leonard Bristol doesn’t remember a time when he did not want to be a physician. more »»

Audrey Miller: A life in full bloom

November 25, 2009 How much can one person pack into a lifetime? Ask Audrey Miller. She has packed an astounding array of careers into her “travel-trunk,” and traveled she ha. more »»

Harold and Sue Clark: 33 years in Saranac?Lake

November 12, 2009 Harold and Sue Clark came to Saranac Lake in December 1976. By then, they had been married for 11 years and already had seven young kids: Robert, Lyndon, Kevin, Heather, Peter, Nathan and Rachel. more »»

Harold and Sue Clark: 33 years in Saranac Lake

November 11, 2009 Harold and Sue Clark came to Saranac Lake in December 1976. By then, they had been married for 11 years and already had seven young kids: Robert, Lyndon, Kevin, Heather, Peter, Nathan and Rachel. more »»

Henry Parnass enriches the lives of others

September 30, 2009 Henry Parnass was the CEO of Newton Falls Paper Company from 1972 until 1990. Though he became a successful businessman, his accomplishments go far beyond that. more »»

Dan Tower:?A passion for growing

September 16, 2009 Dan Tower comes to Saranac Lake Farmer’s Market each Tuesday. “I’m passionate about everything I grow,” Dan says. “I like to grow things. more »»

Pam Milne Crane: The beat of a different drum

September 8, 2009 “If a man (or a woman) does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer.” When meeting Pam Milne Crane, Henry D. more »»

Giving back: Kathleen and Ryan Silvius

August 20, 2009 Kathleen and Ryan Silvius make their home on a small part of the 42-ace peninsula of Young Life’s Saranac Village. more »»

Lee Gaillard goes around the world and lands in SL

August 12, 2009 Like many accomplished individuals, Lee Gaillard, award-winning educator and freelance writer, weighs words carefully before speaking, a preciseness exemplified in his various publications. more »»

Engrained in the richness of Saranac Lake:?Ursula Trudeau

August 6, 2009 A person is rarely defined by the quality of his or her mailbox, but along the bend of Trudeau Road, that of Ursula Wyatt Trudeau is decorated with birds, fleur-de-lis, flowers and a rabbit. more »»

John Blanchfield — father time

July 16, 2009 John Blanchfield carefully adjusts a delicate timepiece with the patience of a doctor listening to the beat of a heart. more »»

John McDonald revisits his childhood dream

July 7, 2009 Tall, slender, easy-going and soft spoken, you might think he came from the Midwest but, in fact, John McDonald was born and educated in Saranac Lake. more »»

Enterprise publisher meets SL native working behind the scenes in NYC

July 7, 2009 SARANAC LAKE— While in New York City on business in June, Enterprise Publisher Cathy Moore started up a conversation with a stranger. more »»

Floating in the Adirondacks: Carolyn Hickok

July 1, 2009 May 31, 2009 wasn’t the first springtime snowfall in the Adirondacks. more »»

Diana LeBlanc’s adventures in Nepal

June 24, 2009 Diana LeBlanc had been interested in hiking and climbing all her life. She grew up in the Catskill Mountains, where her dad led hikes for the historical society and where she learned to climb. more »»

Mercy in the Adirondacks — Sister M. Camillus O’Keefe

June 16, 2009 Sister M. Camillus O’Keefe began her Adirondack journey in the mid-'60s on a bus to Lake Placid as the first physical therapist to the then-incomplete Uihlien Mercy Center. more »»

James Gann finds his own beat

June 9, 2009 James Gann, born in 1973, was a “free-range” child, unfettered by convention. His mother raised him in a small California biker-hippie community. more »»

Andrew Mc Gill enjoys a quiet life in the Adk’s

June 3, 2009 Andrew Mc Gill is the highway superintendent for the town of Santa Clara. On Aug. 1, he will have officially had the title for 10 full years. more »»

Wendy Hall rehabilitates wildlife in Wilmington

May 27, 2009 Wendy Hall has been rehabilitating wild animals ever since she can remember. Although she grew up in the Bronx, her family spent many weekends in the country. more »»



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