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Fran Yardley: a woman with a story to tell

July 13, 2011 You may have seen her in Pendragon Theatre’s “The Imaginary Invalid” as Beline, or as Ana in “The Clean House. more »»

Kate Bencze hopes to help her community

July 6, 2011 (Editor’s note: Eric Holmlund conducted an interview with Kate Bencze, a lifelong Tupper Lake resident, Occupational therapy assistant, community volunteer and Sunmount employee. more »»

Amy Cheney-Seymour: her own field of dreams

June 22, 2011 Amy Cheney-Seymour surrounds herself with nature while ducks, a 500-pound pig named Buckbeak, chickens, horses dogs and a cat mill peacefully around her 28-acre Stone Circle Farm on the Fletcher Far... more »»

Tracy Santagate: books, bikes, building and baskets

June 15, 2011 People come to the Adirondacks for a variety of reasons — sometimes to vacation, attend college or to visit friends. Tracy Santagate came to Paul Smiths from Hamilton, Mass. more »»

Julie King manages The Farmers’ Marketplace

May 25, 2011 Julie King is excited about her new job as manager of The Farmers’ Marketplace, a store that just opened in Tupper Lake. “I believe in eating local, healthy food that is sustainable. more »»

Amy Catania helps hold onto the past

May 18, 2011 Historic Saranac Lake Executive Director Amy Catania isn’t just about preserving Saranac Lake’s past but is very much looking into the balance between present and future. more »»

Gould Hoyt: forester, teacher and historian

May 11, 2011 The Keese Mills Road neighborhood in Paul Smiths is strung along about 4 miles from its corner with state Route 30. Houses are sometimes separated by long stretches of forest. more »»

Wayfarin’ strangers: Howie and Debbie Campbell

April 27, 2011 Debbie and Howie Campbell have been coming to the Tri-Lakes for the past six summers, performing in concerts throughout our region. This year, they also spent the winter here. more »»

Brandon Patterson, part of a theater ensemble

April 20, 2011 Pendragon Theatre company member Brandon Patterson admits to be bitten by the “acting bug” at quite an early age. more »»

Ellen Beberman: North Country gardener

March 30, 2011 Ellen and her husband Rich moved to the area in 1995. Soon after their passive solar house was built, Ellen began gardening. more »»

Deborah Misik: a sweet life

March 23, 2011 As assistant professor at Paul Smith’s College, Deborah Misik wears quite a few hats in the Hospitality, Resorts and Culinary Management School. more »»

Phil and Barbara Capone

March 9, 2011 Upon stepping into the Ray Brook farmhouse that Phil and Barbara Capone have called home for almost 50 years, one is assaulted by a sense of history and nostalgia, especially for those who have grow... more »»

Pastor Maggie McCarey: mercy in the Adirondacks

March 2, 2011 Pastor Maggie McCarey came to Saranac Lake in 2007. She had already been a Methodist pastor for 25 years, serving parishes in New York, Alaska and Vermont. more »»

Burgess wants to make her diner a home to all

February 23, 2011 “We opened Jan. 7 of this year,” said Jennifer Burgess of the Pack Basket Diner in Gabriels. “The closing date for the property kept changing, but finally everything came to be, and here we are. more »»

Anna Ferree radiates optimism despite tragedies

February 16, 2011 When Anna Ferree smiles — and she smiles often — ripples of happiness spread out around her. This cheerfulness, no doubt, accounts for her having collected so many friends throughout the years. more »»

The Sausvilles: love and life in the Adirondacks

February 9, 2011 When it came time to find a subject for this article, a person or persons to expose, expand upon and extol the character traits of, Jim and Jennie Sausville sprang to mind. more »»

Sister Rita Mawn: a consecrated life

February 2, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — Sister Rita Mawn felt the call of God to a consecrated life since grade school. She attended St. Mary’s Catholic school in St. Albans, Vt. for 12 years. more »»

Rock on: Kean and Kasey Riley

January 26, 2011 Kasey and Kean Riley may be to rocks what Willy Wonka is to chocolate, offering magic in the forms of minerals. more »»

Priscilla Goss: coming home to the Adirondacks

January 19, 2011 Upon meeting Priscilla Goss, some three-plus years ago, it would have been easy to peg her as a member of the demographic that returns to the Adirondacks after having a first life and career... more »»

Blanche Kreymborg: a fountain of modest wisdom

January 12, 2011 Blanche Kreymborg, gracious and kind, could teach us much about making the most of whatever fate comes our wa. more »»



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