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A quiet paddle with uncle Brad

May 18, 2016 We didn’t see the first loon of the day until we were on our second pond. It was off in the distance, too far away to get good pictures of. more »»

Wild Bill connects fishing legend to descendant

May 18, 2016 Rueben Woods, a portly, old sporting goods salesman from Syracuse, had bested the finest European and British fly casters at the World Casting Championships. more »»

Tree time

May 12, 2016 LAKE PLACID — “Trees are extremely important to the well-being of people and to our happy living every da. more »»

GIVING BACK: Local students ready to Plunge for a Cause

May 12, 2016 LAKE PLACID — Pushed back to late May this year due to vacation and state testing, the ninth annual Plunge for a Cause won’t have the same chilly elements of past years. more »»

Gov. Cuomo visits to formally finish Boreas Ponds purchase

May 11, 2016 NORTH HUDSON — The sun shone brightly and the black flies were out on the shores of Elk Lake Tuesday, May 10 as Gov. more »»

Trail engages students and public

May 11, 2016 LAKE PLACID — When the birds start singing and the bees start buzzing, it’s a pretty clear sign that spring has arrived in the North Country. more »»

Mud, bugs and trout as a new season arrives

May 11, 2016 Although a spat of snow flurries revisited the region recently, the small storms produced no more than a dusting of snow that melted off promptly with the rising su. more »»

Atlas catalogs New York’s fish species

May 4, 2016 The state Department of Environmental Conservation, along with the New York State Museum and Department of Education, have joined forces to release a new atlas that gives information on all 181... more »»

Gotta know when it’s time to pull up stakes

May 4, 2016 Rising temperatures, rain and the steadily increasing daylight hours indicate that spring has arrived, and with it comes the traditional influx of migrating birds and the return of native wildlife. more »»

Delaneys propose historic bike trail for Lake Placid

April 28, 2016 LAKE PLACID — A historic bike trail similar to the village’s historic walking tour may be coming to the village, thanks to an idea from a pair of local business owners. more »»

Cornell’s Uihlein forest has ‘best year in a very long time’

April 28, 2016 The winter that wasn’t had a lot of people pining for snow and skiing, but one group of folks that benefited from the mild winter sure thought the warm weather was sweet. more »»

Setting down roots for the future

April 27, 2016 Last fall, my wife and I moved into a new place out in Vermontville. more »»

Remembering the old days of Bog River Flow

April 27, 2016 As I prepped for the first extended fishing trip of the new season, the late evening air grew cool and breezy. more »»

Hiking with sunshine, lollipops and rainbows

April 21, 2016 I’m a hard-core Simpsons fan, and as such, my brain instinctively relates most things to a Simpsons episode. more »»

Early ice-out doesn’t always translate to more fish

April 21, 2016 With the early departure of winter’s ice and snow, it is now time to get out and enjoy the rebirth of the earth as spring’s greens rapidly reclaim the landscap. more »»

State buys Boreas Ponds

April 21, 2016 LAKE PLACID — The state has closed the book on its buying of land long owned by the former Finch, Pruyn paper compan. more »»

State buys Boreas Ponds for $14.5M

April 18, 2016 LAKE PLACID — The state has closed the book on its buying of land long owned by the former Finch, Pruyn paper compan. more »»

Whiteface open this weekend

April 15, 2016 WILMINGTON — By early April, the winter that wouldn’t begin had become the winter that wouldn't end, and that’s good news for downhill skiers hoping to enjoy one more weekend on the slopes of the... more »»

Food is priority as black bears emerge

April 14, 2016 RAY BROOK — It was winter again this past week, but there’s little doubt that spring weather will soon be here to stay, and with that warm weather comes the awakening of one of the Adirondacks’ grea... more »»

Birch sap study gets juices flowing

April 14, 2016 PAUL SMITHS — “It’s science, but on a yummy scale,” Paul Smith’s College student Chloe Mattilio laughed Monday afternoon, April 4, as she talked about a new study she and other students are... more »»



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