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Well done?

TUPPER LAKE — With a new $4.8 million grant from the state, the village of Tupper Lake is ready to leave well enough alone and go back to sourcing its tap water from the Big Tupper Lake once again. “We’re going back to the lake,” Village Mayor Paul Maroun said. “This would be the ...

Hundreds take on Turkey Trot

SARANAC LAKE — Eight-month-old Bodhi Marine might not have crossed the Bitters & Bones Turkey Trot finish line first this Thanksgiving, but he was certainly one of this year’s youngest participants. This year marked the eighth-annual Bitters & Bones Turkey Trot. Bitters & ...

‘Wild Lights’ returns to Tupper Lake today

TUPPER LAKE — The Wild Center’s Wild Lights is returning today. This seasonal experience transforms The Wild Center’s 115-acre campus into a winter wonderland, with a variety of activities, displays, lights and dates added this year due to popular demand. Wild Lights will run on Friday ...

Free writing workshop scheduled for Dec. 2

SARANAC LAKE — The Adirondack Center for Writing is expanding its First Friday offerings on Friday, Dec. 2 to include a free, drop-in workshop on the subject of submitting creative writing for publication to magazines, websites and other publications. Led by writer Lauren McGovern, ...

Nutcracker Ballet returns to LPCA this weekend

LAKE PLACID — A timeless holiday classic spins sugarplum dreams in The Nutcracker Ballet presented by the Lake Placid Center for the Arts. North Country residents can catch the show this weekend in Lake Placid and next weekend in Plattsburgh at the Strand Theatre. “This year we are ...