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December births at Adirondack Medical Center

Levine: A daughter, Elodie Asher, born Dec. 2 at 7:14 p.m., weighing 6 pounds, 8 ounces, to Audrey Prater and Justin Levine of Vermontville. Lorette: A son, Karvrr John Michael Lorette, born Dec. 2 at 3:04 p.m., weighing 7 pounds, 2 ounces, to Chelsea Lorette of Saranac Lake. Abrams: ...

Women’s College Scholarship Club raises money with Raffle Baskets

SARANAC LAKE — Women’s College Scholarship Club raffle tickets sold briskly at the North Country Community College Craft Fair on Nov. 24 and the Sparkle Village craft show held Dec. 6 and 7, 2019, raising funds for scholarships for local high school and continuing education students. ...

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Our picks for best pics of 2019

Taking pictures is a big part of the job for all reporters at the Enterprise. That was the case even when there was a dedicated photographer on staff, which ended in 2003. And the Enterprise often wins photography awards in statewide newspaper contests. Here are some feature and breaking news ...

Selling through the snow

SARANAC LAKE — The Winter Farmers Market was abuzz with Christmas shoppers last Saturday, Dec. 21. Residents and guests intermingled around the lobby of the Hotel Saranac. They walked from one vendor to the next, sampling cheeses, smelling handmade soaps and eyeing baskets filled with fresh ...

Not too late to get a tree

If you are a holiday procrastinator, or if you choose the old tradition of getting a tree right before Christmas, there’s no need to feel like a sap. There’s still plenty of trees left at local farms, whether you’re cutting your own or buying one pre-cut. An Enterprise poll ...

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Many travels, many stories

BLOOMINGDALE — For years, Judith Coopy chronicled her adventures in journals. She spoke to strangers freely, just like her father had. And when she held her golden fly swatter, an award for winning a story slam at Bitters & Bones, she knew her tale was worth telling and that she had lived ...

Extending books’ lives

SARANAC LAKE — Books up to hundreds of years old are rejuvenated and having their lifespans doubled in the cozy office in Anastasia Osolin’s home. In the outskirts of the desk lamps above her bench, worn books sit in wait for Osolin — a local artist who makes "assemblages" with old ...

40 years on the force

TUPPER LAKE — Last week this village’s police department’s retired chief and current part-time officer, Tom Fee, was given a 40-year service plaque by Mayor Paul Maroun and Chief Eric Proulx, commemorating his four decades of work with the village. Fee, 62, started the job on Feb. 11, ...

A pooch who loves his toys

LAKE PLACID — Caymus loves his toys, he likes holding onto them, and you won’t find him leaving them lying around. He’s a 6-year-old black Lab-pit bull mix. When the dog goes on his walks around the village with his owner, Tim Robinson, he grabs a toy off their apartment porch and ...