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Preserve Gooley Club buildings? No

September 8, 2017 The Gooley Club is one of more than 20 groups of hunters who used to lease from the Finch, Pruyn timber compan. more »»

Organizers still need volunteers for the new Ironman race

September 1, 2017 Lake Placid is an Ironman town. It has been since 1999, and it will be for at least another five years. more »»

Looking for feedback with online survey

August 25, 2017 What are you thinking? We want to know. more »»

Get a biodigester that fits North Elba

August 18, 2017 For much of U.S. history, refuse was discarded just about anywhere: fields, forests, pits, rivers, lakes and oceans. Then, for generations, trash was collected and dumped into landfills. more »»

Farewell to a trusted local news reporter

August 11, 2017 Chris Knight has been Saranac Lake’s premier news reporter for 16 years: almost eight years at WNBZ radio and then eight more at the Adirondack Daily Enterprise, also contributing to the Lake Placid... more »»

Stefanik improves record on pollution

August 3, 2017 We’re glad Rep. Elise Stefanik voted to retain clean air rules — one of only two Republicans from New York and 11 nationwide to do so. They didn’t prevail, though. The U.S. more »»

A fitting tribute at the beach house

July 27, 2017 Two years after the Lake Placid village board approved naming the Mirror Lake beach house community room after the late David Ackerman, a plaque will be formally unveiled there Saturday, July 29. more »»

I came, I swam, I conquered

July 20, 2017 For all its traffic headaches, the Ironman 140.6-mile triathlon continues to be one of the best things to happen to Lake Placid since it started in 1999. more »»

There’s a silver lining in those thunder clouds

July 13, 2017 Like anything in life, our feelings on the extra wet weather this spring and summer can always be put into perspective. With all the rain, locals are getting batty. more »»

Head to the horse show

July 6, 2017 The horse shows in Lake Placid are reportedly the largest they’ve been in a decade, an organizer confirmed last week. more »»

Tough talk is needed to win the opioid war

June 29, 2017 We support Essex County Coroner Frank Whitelaw’s campaign to show students in local schools the brutal reality of what hard drugs lead to — death, and wors. more »»

Park loses two important leaders

June 22, 2017 George Canon and John Collins, who died two days apart from each other this past weekend, were already linked in our memory as prominent leaders on Adirondack issues. more »»

DEC balances out governor’s invitation

June 15, 2017 We obviously want our hometown to prosper and want to spread the word about how great it is, but we have to admit, we had mixed feelings when Go. more »»

We must all do our share for planet Earth

June 8, 2017 Donald Trump, while campaigning for president, called climate change a hoax invented by the Chinese. He said he would withdraw the U.S. more »»

Gentrification markers in Lake Placid

June 2, 2017 As Lake Placid gradually becomes a more high-end address, where the rich and famous buy classic camps as tear-downs — and at record prices — the community has approached some minor milestones. more »»

With wildlife, if you care, leave it there

May 25, 2017 We’d like to echo the state Department of Environmental Conservation’s annual reminder to leave young wildlife undisturbed, even if they seem in distress. more »»

This week, we began to heal

May 21, 2017 Newswise, this was a much slower week than the previous one, but the Tri-Lakes region is still in the process of healing from the four deaths that shocked our Adirondack small towns from May 6 to 1. more »»

Prom night should not involve alcohol

May 11, 2017 It is high school prom season, when lasting memories of wonderful evenings are made for many area young people. more »»

Celebrate trees at Lake Placid’s Arbor Day event

May 4, 2017 Yes, even here in the middle of the Adirondack Park — with millions of trees on state and private lands — trees are important to celebrate, and plant, here in the communities of the Olympic Region. more »»

Free your lawns from phosphorus to protect our water

April 27, 2017 We’d like to echo the state Department of Environmental Conservation’s push to promote the practice of sustainable lawn care by going phosphorus free, using native plants and grasses and reducing... more »»



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