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Health and happiness outdoors

February 27, 2016 As the Adirondack region sinks deeper into the depths of winter, it is important for residents to make a concerted effort to get outdoors. more »»

Lynch takes on role as NFCT ambassador

February 27, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — When most people talk about going on a canoe trip, they typically go paddle for a few hours on a local stream or lake. But not Mike Lynch. more »»

Business suffers with lack of snow

February 27, 2016 The lack of snow has made for a long, bleak winter for many local businesse. more »»

Winter Challenge Sunday

February 27, 2016 LAKE PLACID — Governor Andrew Cuomo and a bevy of politicians from across the state will descend on the area’s winter sports facilities Sunday for the third annual Adirondack Winter Challenge. more »»

How much snow the Tri-Lakes could have had

February 27, 2016 Not to kick you while you’re down, but you may have noticed we haven’t gotten much snow this winter. But that doesn’t mean it’s been dry. more »»

Railway preservation group launches Corridor Protection Fund

February 27, 2016 The Adirondack Railway Preservation Society, a nonprofit organization that operates the Adirondack Scenic Railroad, announced in a blogpost Friday that it is seeking donations for a Corridor... more »»

DEC proposes changes to fishing regulations

February 26, 2016 The state Department of Environmental Conservation is seeking public input on proposed changes to freshwater fishing regulation from now until March 3. more »»

APA reviewing backcountry ski public comments

February 25, 2016 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency has begun review on the 113 comments it received regarding its backcountry skiing guidelines. more »»

DEC hosts annual tree sale

February 25, 2016 SARATOGA — The state Department of Environmental Conservation announced Wednesday that the Saratoga Tree Nursery is taking orders until mid-May for its annual tree sal. more »»

Man dies in Gore ski crash

February 24, 2016 NORTH CREEK (AP) — A 65-year-old northern New York man has died in a skiing accident at Gore Mountain Ski Cente. more »»

Minerva man killed in skiing accident at Gore Mountain

February 23, 2016 NORTH CREEK (AP) — A 65-year-old northern New York man has died in a skiing accident at Gore Mountain Ski Center. more »»

Rangers assist hikers

February 23, 2016 LAKE PLACID — State forest rangers helped a couple of people this past week in the High Peaks Wilderness. more »»

Fire and Ice Festival kept on kicking despite rain

February 22, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — Much like the rest of this warm and volatile winter, this weekend’s Fire and Ice Festival was hit hard by less than ideal weather. more »»

Reandeau has surgery, moved out of PICU

February 22, 2016 After a surgical procedure Friday, Kimberly Reandeau, who sustained serious injury when a village of Tupper Lake snowplow truck backed over her Fe. more »»

DEC releases results of hunter survey

February 22, 2016 The state Department of Environmental Conservation recently released the results of a study that found, unsurprisingly, that hunters prefer to take larger bucks when hunting. more »»

Baby chicks: signed, sealed and delivered

February 20, 2016 The chicken or the egg? It’s the eternal question, but for those of us who raise chickens, that question usually has a pretty clear answer in the form of a delivery from the post office. more »»

Shed heads discover whitetail tendencies

February 20, 2016 I’ve never spent much time hunting for “sheds,” a term used to describe the dropped antlers of a whitetail deer. more »»

Jackrabbit Trail has kinder, gentler sign

February 20, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — At the McKenzie Pond Road trailhead for the Jackrabbit Trail, there were a few boot prints in the dusting of snow Friday afternoon, but not a single sign of skiers. more »»

At a crossroads

February 19, 2016 Now that the Adirondack Park Agency has approved a plan to split the Remsen-Lake Placid travel corridor into two parts, many are wondering what advocates on both sides of the rail/trail debate will... more »»

Bicycle-based shops happy with rail decision

February 19, 2016 While much of the focus of the rail/trail debate has centered around the historic aspect of the train and business opportunities that the rails could provide, several other businesses in the area... more »»

 
 

 

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