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MARTHA SEZ: Planning for the Flower Fairy

September 11, 2014 I am typing these words by the light of the moon, which is shining through the window and illuming the keyboard. The words illume, illumine and illuminate all mean the same thing. more »»

ON THE SCENE: Thinking about wolves

September 11, 2014 What’s the difference between a wolf, one of nature’s finest killing machines, and a “wolf” of Wall Street? When a wolf kills, say and elk or a deer, it eats of what it needs, which for a female... more »»

LOOKING AT THE MIRROR: Telling our watershed’s story

September 11, 2014 The Mirror Lake Watershed Association will be seeking permission from the Village Board to install another informative kiosk at Peacock Par. more »»


September 11, 2014 At a recent outdoor potluck event, among the many other dishes was a bowl of beans. The bright red bowl was full of green beans, unsliced, lightly seasoned, and mixed with strips of red bell pepper. more »»

Hanging out with wolves in Wilmington

September 4, 2014 The Adirondack Wildlife Refuge in Wilmington held its annual Adirondack Habitat Awareness Day on Saturday that featured a lineup of speakers including Paul Smith’s College professor Curt Stager... more »»

BLUE BOMBER VOICES: Community helping school district with strategic plan

September 4, 2014 Last October, as part of the process of setting goals and objectives for the 2013-14 school year, the Lake Placid Central School Board committed to developing and implementing a course of action to... more »»

IT'S OUR HISTORY: Tour Lake Placid's Historic Inns

September 4, 2014 The leaves are turning, kids are going back to school, summer activities are winding down and, for the Historical Society, that means it is Historic Tour time! I once told my husband years ago the... more »»

MARTHA SEZ: Questioning the random old lady

September 4, 2014 “In retrospect, I should have known an explosion was coming, because the fish had a strange expression on its fac. more »»

WORLD FOCUS: Legacy of goodwill

September 4, 2014 The passing away of Ronald Urfirer, at age 93, brought back memories on my long friendship with his late father, Isadore “Pop” Urfirer. more »»

ON THE SCENE: NYSEF developing more than Olympians

August 28, 2014 The recently approved Lake Placid-North Elba master plan includes as a priority the training of athletes and hosting national and international events. more »»

EDITORIAL BOARD: LPCS Superintendent Roger Catania

August 28, 2014 Lake Placid News Editor Andy Flynn spoke with Lake Placid Central School District Superintendent Roger Catania on Thursday, Aug. 21 at the LPN office, 6179 Sentinel Road, Lake Placid. more »»

MARTHA SEZ: I did what? Mystery to me.

August 28, 2014 I was so excited to learn that there is a name for a particular bad habit I have. more »»

WORLD FOCUS: The Hannibal Rule

August 28, 2014 I had no intention to write a column at this time about the Middle East crisis. more »»

NORTH COUNTRY KITCHEN: Sauce that makes your salad sing

August 28, 2014 Homemade dressings have great fresh flavors! This is why many four-star restaurants have begun mixing salad dressings right at the table. more »»

LIFETALK: Moving on: Creating an intentional family

August 28, 2014 If you are family oriented, but without family; if you want someone to celebrate holidays with, if you want to be there for someone else for the important milestones in life and have someone be ther... more »»

ON THE SCENE: Coming home

August 21, 2014 How do you repurpose a life? The Rev. Col. more »»

MARTHA SEZ: ‘Who cares about Michigan?’ Ouch!

August 21, 2014 People sometimes ask me, “Isn’t it hard coming up with a subject for a column every week?” The answer is, well, yes and n. more »»


August 21, 2014 “I went to Cuba for the first time in 1989, and have been back more than 50 times since then. more »»

ON THE SCENE: Healing soul wounds

August 15, 2014 The Adirondacks have a long tradition as a place for healing, the most prominent example being the thousands who came to “take the cure” for tuberculosis at the Trudeau Sanatorium in Saranac Lake... more »»

OLYMPIC HISTORY: No pin intended

August 15, 2014 If you pinned the Lake Placid Olympic Museum staff down and asked us to pinpoint what our least favorite items are in the museum’s collection, staff would get so quiet, you would hear a pin drop. more »»



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