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Rounding up the locals

May 5, 2012 Businesses that rely on tourism are learning to adapt to seasonal ups and downs. more »»

Fixing up the town’s hall

April 28, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — Town of Harrietstown officials have invested hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years in keeping up their historic town hall. Now they may have to spend some more. more »»

A closer look at the North Elba rail-trail

April 21, 2012 It’s a blustery spring day as Carl Knoch trudges along the train tracks just outside of Lake Placid. more »»

Public weighs in on bobcat plan

April 14, 2012 The state’s proposed five-year bobcat management plan has drawn more than 1,600 comments, with many of them not only criticizing the plan, but also bobcat hunting and trapping in genera. more »»

Hunting for treasures

April 7, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — Carol Keeton’s job is to be a treasure hunter. Keeton works for THR & Associates, a company based out of Springfield, Ill. “We travel around and look for treasures,” Keeton said. more »»

With fewer priests, Catholics asked to help lead

March 31, 2012 With the number of priests dropping in the North Country, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Ogdensburg hopes lay people will take on more leadership roles. Granted, this is not breaking news. more »»

Q&A with Bishop Terry LaValley

March 31, 2012 Bishop Terry LaValley, leader of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Ogdensburg, spoke to the Enterprise by phone on March 8 about how the diocese is responding to a priest shortage in the North Country. more »»

Support for survivors of TBI

March 24, 2012 Megan Feld was 17 years old when she had her accident. She was driving alone one night on a back road near Green Bay, Wis., where she grew up. more »»

Gibson: ‘I love my current district’

March 17, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — U.S. Re. more »»

Karakoram adventure

March 10, 2012 Wilmington resident Emilie Drinkwater is an accomplished climber who has spent time exploring routes throughout North America. She’s climbed in the southwestern U.S. more »»

Breaking down the walls of learning

March 3, 2012 TUPPER LAKE — When you’re coasting in a gondola up Whiteface Mountain, do you ever start to wonder about what kind of plants can survive up there in the cold, or why the landscape changes as it doe... more »»

’Trotters keep ’em laughing

February 25, 2012 LAKE PLACID — The Harlem Globetrotters had the crowd laughing and smiling at their antics on the court Tuesday in the Olympic Center’s Herb Brooks Arena. more »»

Is the oval underused?

February 18, 2012 LAKE PLACID — On Dec. more »»

Winter, where are you?

February 11, 2012 WILMINGTON — As you turn off state Route 86 and drive into Whiteface Mountain Ski Center, the view of the mountain’s wide, ribbon-like ski trails and rugged, snow-covered slides is just as impressiv... more »»

Building the Ice Palace

February 4, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — The Ice Palace is the physical centerpiece to each year’s Winter Carnival. But the icon doesn’t just build itself. more »»

Bugs, fish and ... a grizzly

January 28, 2012 The Thelon River is a 560-mile Canadian waterway flowing from the Northwest Territories and Nunavut into the western shore of Hudson Bay. more »»

Reporting on a tragedy

January 21, 2012 LAKE PLACID — Fifty years ago today, on Ja. more »»

Tax cap goes to school

January 14, 2012 For school districts across the state, a new cap on property tax growth means a fundamental shift in the way budgets are prepared. more »»

‘My life was using’

December 17, 2011 ELIZABETHTOWN — Jennifer Smith first took oxycodone pills 20 years ago when she was 18 years old. more »»

Plan your First Night

December 10, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — The holidays are here, and that means First Night Saranac Lake isn’t far away. Saranac Lake is one of 75 communities across the U.S. more »»



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