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Bat Week celebrates misunderstood mammal

November 1, 2017 RAY BROOK — The annual Bat Week celebration culminated this week on Halloween, but bats — one of the world’s most abundant mammals — are still facing threats. more »»

Big-game hunting season is a time like no other

November 1, 2017 While traveling from Saranac Lake to Tupper Lake earlier this week, I happened upon a most welcome sign. more »»

Tupper Lake holds first Triad hiking challenge

October 27, 2017 TUPPER LAKE — The first ever Tupper Triad Challenge drew an almost capacity crowd to three small mountains near Tupper Lake Saturday, Oct. 21, and among the crowd were runners, walkers and stroller. more »»

Adirondack Lake Survey Corporation funding may end soon

October 27, 2017 RAY BROOK — The long-running field operations of the Adirondack Lake Survey Corporation are likely to cease at the end of the year due to a lack of funding. more »»

Saranac Lake 6er Relay: Trials, ‘goats’ and pies

October 20, 2017 SARANAC LAKE — One-hundred-and-fourteen people gathered in Berkeley Green on a chilly Saturday morning, Oct. more »»

DEC handles oil spill in Saranac River

October 19, 2017 SARANAC LAKE — State Department of Environmental Conservation staff worked to contain a mysterious oil spill in the Saranac River Thursday afternoon. more »»

Rangers help battle wildfires out west

October 17, 2017 The state Department of Environmental Conservation is sending 20 employees and volunteers to California to help battle wildfires that are raging out of control. more »»

Measure would cut red tape on ‘forever wild’ land

October 17, 2017 PISECO LAKE — This tiny mountain town in New York’s Adirondack Mountains wants to add a bike lane to a narrow lakeside road, but it would need the permission of voters from Brooklyn to Buffalo to d... more »»

Caterpillars bite into syrup production

October 17, 2017 LAKE PLACID — A native caterpillar is wreaking havoc on sugar maple trees across northern New York, and one local expert said it could have a big impact on maple syrup production next year. more »»

Learning, Adirondack style, at NCCC wilderness practicum

October 17, 2017 SARANAC LAKE — When people think of college education, thoughts of crushing debt, library study sessions and raucous parties may come to mind. more »»

Stefanik treads lightly on coal

October 17, 2017 U.S. Rep. more »»

Caterpillars may impact syrup production

October 11, 2017 LAKE PLACID — A native caterpillar is wreaking havoc on sugar maple trees across northern New York, and one local expert said it could have a big impact on maple syrup production next year. more »»

Muzzleloader season to kick off amid rainy forecast

October 11, 2017 Foul weather always seems to mark the opening day of muzzleloader season, which will kick off over the weekend of Oct. 1. more »»

Cascade reroute works, offers other possibilities

October 9, 2017 LAKE PLACID — An often overcrowded parking area outside of Lake Placid was a sea of traffic cones and police officers over the Columbus Day weekend, as several state agencies partnered to... more »»

Cascade detour

October 5, 2017 LAKE PLACID — The state is temporarily rerouting hikers in a big way this weekend, via a nearby state-owned sports facility and private land. more »»

Multi-year milfoil removal underway

October 4, 2017 SARANAC INN — The Upper Saranac Lake Foundation, which has been in a more than decade-long battle against invasive milfoil, is back in the business of harvesting tons of the devastating aquatic... more »»

Loon migration is a sure sign of transition

October 4, 2017 Whether you choose to spend your time in the company of a lake, river or pond, or upon a lonely mountaintop deep in the forested wilderness, the first few weeks of October always usher in the high... more »»

Cascade trailhead to be temporarily relocated

September 29, 2017 LAKE PLACID — The state Department of Environmental Conservation will temporarily move hikers from the popular, and often overflowing, parking areas outside of Lake Placid due to an anticipated crus... more »»

No other bidders so far

September 29, 2017 LAKE PLACID — As the end-of-year deadline to submit a formal application for the 2023 World University Winter Games draws nearer, it appears an Adirondack games won’t have to worry about competition. more »»

Sharing fond memories and journeys of Skip Baker

September 28, 2017 LAKE PLACID — Skip Baker assured David Gomlak and Terri Maxymillian that he could give “the nickel tour. more »»

 
 

 

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