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The Baker Boat Landing

August 20, 2016 I worked at the Baker Boat Landing in the summer of 1944. more »»

SLPD blotter reports from August 1942

August 13, 2016 The month of August started off quite gently in Saranac Lake 74 years ago, according to entries in the police blotter. more »»

Harrietstown history to the present

August 6, 2016 What most people probably don’t know is that Harrietstown is the largest town of the 19 towns in Franklin County in land size. more »»

Harrietstown history in the marriage book

July 30, 2016 This is part two in the history of the establishment of the town of Harrietstown in 1841, celebrating our 175th anniversary. But of course, someplace else is always trying to upstage us. more »»

Harrietstown, founded 175 years ago, 1841

July 23, 2016 I am lucky to own a book, shown in the accompanying illustration, published in 1853,that covers the history of St. Lawrence and Franklin counties. more »»

Saranac Lake police blotter for July 1939

July 16, 2016 The Saranac Lake Police Officers had to answer the most mundane of calls in July 1939 … Complaint from Henry Wood, 150 Maim Street about a drunk asleep on his porch; Erin Shipiro, 12 Moody Avenue... more »»

News from the Enterprise, July 27, 1992

July 9, 2016 Jeepers, 1992 seems so recent to me, but when I did the math —?holy cow and golly me, that was 24 years ago. more »»

A great Fourth of July celebration, 1899

July 2, 2016 It is hard to believe that 5,000 people celebrated July 4th here in our fair village of Saranac Lake 117 years ago ... more »»

A whole lot of stealing going on, June 1940

June 25, 2016 The very first entry in the Saranac Lake Police Department log book for June was at 12:15 a.m., June 2. Call from State Troopers. Stolen from Bloomingdale. A 1937 Ford Pickup, half-ton stake truck. more »»

The Enterprise newsboy experience

June 18, 2016 The column here of June 4 was about news from June 1944 but included a piece about my days as an Enterprise newsbo. more »»

Random notes from the police blotter, 1944

June 11, 2016 Here I am, stuck again in 1944, running out of 1944 Enterprise copies. more »»

People in the news in June 1944

June 4, 2016 I am down to the last copies of the Enterprise from the 1940s. All of the store ads and most of people in the stories were familiar to me because I was an “Enterprise Newsboy. more »»

People in the news in June 1944

June 4, 2016 I am down to the last copies of the Enterprise from the 1940s. All of the store ads and most of people in the stories were familiar to me because I was an “Enterprise Newsboy. more »»

Memorial Day in Saranac Lake — May 31, 1944

May 28, 2016 The entire page 1 of the Enterprise on the above date was war new. more »»

Lt. Richard Talbert — Korean War hero

May 21, 2016 Today is Armed Forces Day (May 21), and I have in my possession a copy of the Enterprise carrying a story from December 1950. more »»

Church sponsors prohibition speakers

May 14, 2016 (Front Page — The “SARANAC LAKE NEWS” — May 18, 1916) The campaign to prohibit “the legal prevention of the manufacture, sale and transportation of alcoholic beverages in the United States” had been... more »»

Village board flummoxed by hose

May 7, 2016 (Other issues easily decided at May meeting — 1916) The Saranac Lake Village Board now holds meetings on Mondays — but 100 years ago the Board met on Tuesdays which gave them more time to recuperate... more »»

Saranac Lake news: A weekly that disappeared

April 30, 2016 (Trudeau Foundation endowment reaches $257,590.00 — Opening Exercises of Trudeau School of Tuberculosis are Cheered by Announcement of Big Sum — Dr. W. H. more »»

Saranac Lake police blotter, April 1927-1930

April 23, 2016 There apparently was not a lot going on that required police action in 1927. There were only a few entries in the Saranac Lake Police Department for the entire month of Apri. more »»

Part 3: Harrietstown airport history

April 16, 2016 The last two columns here have covered the early history of the Adirondack Regional Airport, owned and operated by the town of Harrietstown. more »»

 
 

 

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