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Bill would rate hikes for difficulty

March 1, 2019 A bill introduced in the state Assembly’s Environmental Conservation Committee would create a three-year program intended to increase hiker safety through a rating system and trailhead signag. more »»

Brewski is packed as snow returns to Tupper trails

March 1, 2019 By AARON CERBONE Staff Writer TUPPER LAKE — Thick snow and blue skies brought a record number of skiers to the Tupper Lake Chamber of Commerce’s Brew-ski at the town’s James C. Frenette Sr. more »»

Local independent electric company seeks first 200 customers

March 1, 2019 SARANAC LAKE —?A local power company is looking for 200 customers to buy into the first independent generator in their network. more »»

Dozens of state bills could affect hunting, fishing, trapping

March 1, 2019 The New York State Assembly’s Environmental Conservation Committee has more than 240 bills before it in the 2019 session, and dozens of those would affect aspects of hunting, fishing and trapping,... more »»

Preview of this week's Lake Placid News

February 28, 2019 Sugaring season is almost upon us, and this week our front page leads with an exclusive Up Close feature on Adam Wild, the new director of Cornell University’s Uihlein Maple Research Forest in Lake... more »»

PSC hopes Universiade helps it become ‘winter sports school’

February 26, 2019 PAUL SMITHS — Paul Smith’s College hopes to capitalize on the 2023 Winter World University Games as it looks to make itself a school for student-athletes. more »»

Whiteouts prompt travel ban in Tupper Lake, school closures elsewhere

February 25, 2019 TUPPER LAKE — Severe whiteout conditions on major roads led to several car accidents and prompted this village and town to issue a declaration of emergency. more »»

Road rage in Jay, police say

February 25, 2019 JAY — A local man thought another driver passed his house at an unsafe speed, so he responded with threats, a baseball bat and road rage, police say. State Police charged John D. more »»

Priming the economic engine

February 22, 2019 LAKE PLACID — The state Olympic Regional Development Authority plans to start upgrading multiple winter sports venues this summe. more »»

UP CLOSE: Olympic Sports Complex manager retiring soon

February 22, 2019 It was a sunny, clear day at Mount Van Hoevenberg. Tony Carlino stood at the top. From up there, you can see almost everything — the Olympic ski jumps, village of Lake Placid, Cascade Mountain. more »»

Sleds roar down toboggan chute at Lions Club races

February 22, 2019 LAKE PLACID — Dozens of residents and visitors braved the chilly weather Saturday night, Feb. 16, to participate in the annual Lake Placid Lions Club toboggan races at Mirror Lak. more »»

EYE ON BUSINESS: Presidents Week is ‘last hoorah’ of region’s winter tourism

February 22, 2019 LAKE PLACID — Presidents Day may mean a three-day weekend to some, but to businesses in the area, it’s a boom of winter tourism. more »»

North Elba Supervisor Roby Politi won’t seek re-election this fall

February 22, 2019 LAKE PLACID — North Elba town Supervisor Roby Politi will not seek re-election this fall. The announcement came in a letter to the editor in this week’s News. In a phone interview Friday, Feb. more »»

Rand runs for supervisor, Cassidy for council

February 22, 2019 LAKE PLACID — Councilman Jay Rand is running for North Elba supervisor, and 1990s Lake Placid village Trustee Rik Cassidy is running for the town council. more »»

Councilman Doty running for North Elba supervisor

February 22, 2019 LAKE PLACID — North Elba Councilman Derek Doty has announced his candidacy for town supervisor, setting up at least a two-way race in November to succeed current Supervisor Roby Politi, who is not... more »»

APA approves Saranac Lakes Wild Forest plan

February 22, 2019 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency board determined that a plan for 75,000 acres of state land in the Tri-Lakes conforms with the Adirondack Park State Land Master Plan at its monthly boar... more »»

ARTIST PROFILE: Mollie Ward’s artistic journey comes home ... for now

February 22, 2019 JAY — A lumber yard may not be the first place one might expect to find a budding artist, but Ward Lumber here has one who even carries the family name, and she might be more than happy to illustrat... more »»

Essex County looks to regulate coroners

February 22, 2019 After more than a decade of conversation and multiple Enterprise articles highlighting some faults in the elected Essex County coroner system, the Essex County Board of Supervisors could start... more »»

Clear-cutting bill hacked from both sides in the Adirondacks

February 22, 2019 A bill introduced in the state Assembly and Senate for the second year in a row would change the way the state Adirondack Park Agency issues permits for clear-cutting, but both loggers and... more »»

Preview of this week's Lake Placid News

February 20, 2019 LAKE PLACID — In this week’s Lake Placid News, we look at the millions of dollars of investment that the state of New York is making at the Olympic Regional Development Authority venues, most of... more »»



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