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Young NY hunters can now wear pink instead of orange (update)

July 22, 2016 ALBANY - New York has authorized fluorescent pink as alternate protective coloring for young hunters in an appeal to girls who'd rather not wear blaze orange. Democratic Go. more »»

More salt, sand than expected in Mirror Lake

July 19, 2016 LAKE PLACID — The AuSable River Association was surprised to find high concentrations of road salt and suspended solids such as sand in unexpected locations along the southeast shore of Mirror Lake... more »»

Tupper board hopes to bid on invasive program

July 19, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — This town’s government has agreed on a partnership with an award-winning invasive plant program to stop the spread of Japanese knotweed here. more »»

Rangers rescue nearly a dozen people

July 19, 2016 Each week, the state Department of Environmental Conservation forest rangers perform search and rescue duties on both public and private land in New York. more »»

New York seeks comment on management plan for 92K acres

July 18, 2016 WARRENSBURG (AP) — New York is seeking public comment on a proposed change to a management plan for 92,000 acres of state-owned land in the Adirondacks. more »»

Two-thirds of the Tupper Triad

July 18, 2016 Coney Mountain, Goodman Mountain and Mount Arab are part of the Tupper Lake Triad, a family-friendly hiking challenge. For more information, visit more »»

Rangers provide invaluable public service

July 16, 2016 Each and every week, you can read in this paper about state forest rangers rescuing lost people or providing backcountry medical care to hikers with broken ankles. more »»

Paul Smith’s professor plans to hike all 46 High Peaks in 8 days

July 16, 2016 PAUL SMITHS — Bethany Garretson believes one of the most powerful forms of renewable energy is human energy. She’ll need a lot of it come August. more »»

Cooking up an appetite with tasty camp fare

July 16, 2016 The old saying “an Army marches on its stomach” also holds true for hikers, paddlers and similar outdoor travelers. more »»

Zip line coming to Lake Placid in August

July 16, 2016 LAKE PLACID — For all the years Jen Jubin has spent at her family’s Cascade Cross Country Ski Center, she’s never been up in one of the ground’s trees. more »»

River Walk, rail-trail connections eyed

July 15, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The village may redirect grant funding it was awarded last year for a plan to extend the River Walk through the Dew Drop Inn property. more »»

Essex County proposes concrete wall to repair road

July 14, 2016 KEENE — Essex County has filed an application with the state Department of Environmental Conservation to repair a road and riverbank that were damaged by Hurricane Irene. more »»

Vermont moose hunt auction now open

July 14, 2016 A bill approved by the New York Senate would allow moose hunting in this state but did not reach the Assembly in the last session, so it did not go to the governor for signing into law. more »»

Feeling Pisgah’s flow

July 13, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — If boredom is your disease, then Mount Pisgah has The Cure. more »»

Summer Day Camp begins in Tupper

July 13, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — Community Summer Day Camp began this week, offering a variety of activities for youth until Aug. 2. more »»

APA, with new board, reviews Ray Brook gas station

July 13, 2016 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency will have its first regular meeting since three new commissioners and a new chairman were approved by the state Senate. more »»

Vigilance slows invasive species

July 12, 2016 NORTH CREEK — As time marches on, the prospect of the invasive species problem dying down in the Adirondacks does not seem likely. more »»



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