Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Customer Service | Tearsheets | Media Kit | Home RSS
 
 
 
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 »»

The Rev. George Nagle: Helping to make a peaceful change

May 20, 2009 With quiet motions and a peaceful smile, the Rev. George Nagle looks ready to listen to someone else’s story rather than share his own. “I am an Episcopal priest,” he said. more »»

Delaney, Doolen receive awards from Clarkson U.

May 20, 2009 POTSDAM?— Matthew P. Delaney, a resident of Lake Placid and senior interdisciplinary engineering and management major at Clarkson University, has been awarded the Dr. Charles T. more »»

Darcy Clark: A long road has a happy ending

May 18, 2009 Flashing a warm smile, Darcy Clark embraces new adventure with curiosity and optimism. more »»

Jamie Whidden: making connections that last a lifetime

April 29, 2009 Jamie Whidden’s calm, quiet voice is the first thing to draw you in. Then it is his ready smile. more »»

Glenn and Susan Arnold: small steps to a greener footprint

April 22, 2009 A green lifestyle is a priority to Susan and Glenn Arnol. more »»

Mike and Gayle Vascukynas made a ‘Snap’ decision

April 14, 2009 “We got one!” Those words, shouted in joy after their first customer had just left Mike and Gayle’s shop, marked the 1985 startup of Snap Shot Photo. more »»

On the couch with Dr. Emanuel Bernstein

April 8, 2009 Tucked away on Glenwood Estates is a private practice called “Adirondack Counseling. more »»

The Lakes make waves in the Adirondacks

March 31, 2009 *Editor’s note: The following story is fictional, in honor of April Fool’s Day. more »»

Jessica Deeb keeps acting in the equation

March 25, 2009 Jessica Deeb sits in her seventh grade classroom at Saranac Lake Middle School while children mill in and out as the end of day school bell rings. more »»

The unexpected journey of Lauren LeFebvre

March 19, 2009 The story of Lauren LeFebvre is a song of hope. She grew up in Cold Bay, Alaska, home to an airbase. Her father worked for the Federal Aviation Administration. more »»

Ross Whaley: a love for all things Adirondack

March 10, 2009 Ross Whaley loves the Adirondacks. He knows of no place else to see nature at its best or to see the very foundations of democracy and forest preservation. more »»

Shirley Hosler: ‘To the least of these my brethren’

March 4, 2009 When asked, “Where’d you get that sweater?” People often answer would often be, “At Shirley’s.” For many years, Shirley’s, otherwise known as the St. more »»

Cartoons ‘seasoned with a touch of Bunk’

February 24, 2009 In a community of active volunteers, those who contribute quietly behind the scenes are sometimes overlooked. more »»

 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web