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Symposium reviews state of Adirondack water

July 30, 2015 PAUL SMITHS — It was standing room only in the Pine Room at Paul Smith’s College, and people were there to learn about the state of Adirondack waterbodies. more »»

 
 
 
Solar power to run ski lifts at ORDA’s three resorts

July 30, 2015 LAKE PLACID — The New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority plans to use solar energy in a big way. more »»

Skatepark opens to big crowd in Saranac Lake

July 30, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — Henry Jakobe grew up skateboarding, but not like this. more »»

Bass back in action on rivers and streams

July 29, 2015 As water temperatures continue to rise into the 70-degree range on the larger rivers, it is a good time for ethical anglers to seek alternative fishing opportunities. more »»

Lake Placid to host Bassmaster

July 27, 2015 LAKE PLACID — Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Sunday that this village will co-host a premier fishing tournament next summer, in part to promote the state’s vacation opportunities. more »»

Adirondack History Museum hosts fire tower program

July 23, 2015 ELIZABETHTOWN — The Adirondack History Museum held its first Adirondack Fire Tower Program of the summer Wednesday, July 22, which included a guided hike to the Poke-O-Moonshine fire tower, and... more »»

Fresh Air hosts welcome summer guests

July 15, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — You’re never too old to build sand castles. more »»

Equal angling opportunities, night or day

July 15, 2015 Although there are many talented anglers to be found in most Adirondack communities, one simple fact unites them all. more »»

Flies could avert hemlock threat in New York

July 13, 2015 Mark Whitmore, a forest entomologist for Cornell Cooperative Extension, took a trip to Great Smoky Mountain National Park and saw the devastation firsthand. more »»

Trail’s fans outnumber railroad’s at 1st of 2 hearings on state plan

July 9, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — State officials got an earful Wednesday, July 8 on their plan to split up the Adirondack rail corridor, mostly from supporters of removing the railroad tracks, including a large... more »»

State adds Utica hearing on rail/trail plan

July 8, 2015 UTICA — A second public hearing regarding a proposed amendment to the unit management plan for the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor has been scheduled in Utic. more »»

DEC hears comments on Essex Chain future

July 8, 2015 NEWCOMB — It’s not easy to please everyone, especially when land-use issues are involved. more »»

Tupper goes wild over elevated attraction

July 8, 2015 Over the holiday weekend I took a little trip to Tupper Lake for the grand opening of Wild Walk, The Wild Center’s newest attraction. more »»

Rail bike tours offered between Saranac Lake, Lake Clear

July 3, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — Train service isn’t running yet in this area, but local residents and tourists now have another way to explore the rails. more »»

DEC workers rescue Bluff Island jumper from drowning

July 3, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — A man who was drowning Thursday, July 2 in Lower Saranac Lake after jumping from Bluff Island was pulled into a boat by a handful of state Department of Environmental Conservation... more »»

EPA: Brook trout, salmon could fade from park by 2100

July 2, 2015 A study conducted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency found that brook trout and landlocked Atlantic salmon could disappear from Adirondack waterways by 2100. more »»

Judge blocks attempt to keep Adirondack Scenic RR trains from crossing Lake Colby

July 2, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — A judge has rejected an attempt by the Lake Colby Association to prevent trains from crossing what the group says is an unsafe railroad causeway through the lake. more »»

Grants help groups study species of concern

July 1, 2015 RAY BROOK — Groups in the Adirondacks have been using state grants to study species of concern in the Adirondacks. more »»

Waterfalls provide respite from heavy rains

July 1, 2015 As a result of the season’s off-and-on heavy rains, outdoor travelers have been forced to go without getting out, or they’ve simply learned to deal with the damp hand they’ve been dealt. more »»

Camp Colby will begin Sunday, cautiously

June 27, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — A hunt for an escaped prisoner won’t stop a state-run summer camp from opening Sunday, but it will prompt caution to protect the young campers. more »»

GIVING BACK: 46ers celebrate naming of Grace Peak

June 26, 2015 NORTH HUDSON — Grace Hudowalski once said, “Mountains can give you a lot if you can take it. more »»

 
 

 

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I loved the barbecue judging experience

July 9, 2015 Diet or not, life is too short not to try new experiences, and there’s no bigger culinary experience in Lake Placid during the Fourth of July weekend than the I Love BBQ and Music Festiva. more »

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