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Heroin trafficker gets 15 years
PLATTSBURGH — A Maryland man who directed heroin sales while incarcerated was sentenced Friday to 188 months in prison and eight years of supervised release.Jimolo Coates, 25, had pleaded guilty in February to conspiring to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute heroin.Last July, he was
Obama visits Adirondacks via Lake Clear airport
Gorin’s post echoed what rumors had said, that Obama was here for“fishing with a friend,”although she didn’t identify her source. She said the 44th president of the United States departed Friday.
Power out in Saranac Lake
SARANAC LAKE — Electricity went out for much of this village at 11:36 a.m. Friday, according to National Grid.The power company reported on its website that 1,342 customers were affected and that the estimated restoration time is 2:45 p.m.
Prell case headed to trial
PLATTSBURGH — A jury trial has been set in the case of a former Clinton Correctional Facility employee accused of inappropriate behavior with an inmate.Denise Prell’s trial is scheduled to begin Tuesday, Sept. 4, in Clinton County Court.Prell, 38, of Schuyler Falls was arraigned in March before Judg
Former President Barack Obama stops by the Adirondacks
SARANAC LAKE, N.Y. (WTEN) - Former President Barack Obama visited the Adirondacks this week. According to a source at the Adirondack Regional Airport, President Obama flew into the airport earlier this week and left on Friday, June 22.
Police: Search yields largest concentrated-cannabis bust in county history
PLATTSBURGH — A Plattsburgh man is facing a felony charge after sheriff’s deputies allegedly seized $140,000 in concentrated cannabis from him.Dylan J. Hackett, 22, was arrested Thursday and charged with second-degree criminal possession of marijuana.This is believed to be the largest concentrated c
Allen sells Waterhole building to Munley, returns ‘#3’
From left, Kiki Sarko, Eric Munley, Billy Allen and Susan Conroy pose at the Waterhole in Saranac Lake. (Photo provided)
Katie Wilson: 'No work is getting done'
GLENS FALLS — Katie Wilson says it is an incredibly polarized time in America and that calls for a different type of candidate to get the country back on track.“What we’ve been doing for the last few decades, sending wonderful people with great resumes and very similar experiences and backgrounds to
Power goes out in much of Saranac Lake
The power company reported on its website that 1,342 customers were affected and that the estimated restoration time is 2:45 p.m.An Enterprise reporter heard a loud pop in the village’s southeast quadrant at the time the power went out.Power appears to be out for the eastern part of the village. The
Adirondack Watershed Institute awarded $9.3 million contract by New York State - Adirondack Explorer
Paul Smiths, NY (06/12/2018) — The Paul Smith’s College Adirondack Watershed Institute (AWI) has been awarded a five-year, $9.3 million contract by New York State to implement the Adirondack Park Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Program.
'Adirondack Awakening' Art Opening In Saranac Lake -
NorthWind Fine Arts Gallery has announced an opening reception for ‘Adirondack Awakening,’ a new exhibition by Susan Whiteman, has been set for Friday, July 6, from 5 to 7 pm.
Police use stun gun on Plattsburgh teen
After spotting him, Police say he fled into a wooded area. They say he was found a short time later inside a Dollar General. They say as he attempted to run again, he threatened troopers with a hammer. A trooper subdued him with a stun gun and took him into custody. He was later transported to the h
From a sinner in the rough to pastor
“My mother had gone to conservatory for piano, and she used to play the silent movies in Readsboro, Vt.,” San Soucie said.
Teen tased by police in Dollar General
ROUSES POINT — A 15-year-old Plattsburgh boy allegedly stole a side-by-side vehicle and, when police finally located him, swung a hammer at a state trooper.The trooper was forced to tase the teen to take him into custody, Troop B Public Information Officer Trooper Jennifer Fleishman said.The boy was
The Dope and the dark powers
Yes, you read that right – the Friends of the Library. Indeed, it was those old babes with the blue hair and cat-eye glasses who led me down the Path to Perdition.
Ratigan: Political system is broken
MIKE GOOT/GLENS FALLS POST STAR Dylan Ratigan, a Democratic candidate in Tuesday's primary for the 21st Congressional District, talks about his priorities during a meeting with The Post-Star Editorial Board in early June.
Group forms, purchases resort
In order for the Great Camp to continue to remain open to the public, as it has for almost a century, the purchasers formed the LLC and bought the place in March.
Lighter than expected crowd for High Peaks meeting
NYSDEC forester Tate Connor, right, speaks with members of the public at a meeting on the High Peaks and Vanderwhacker Mountain Wild Forest plans in Lake Placid Thursday evening. (Enterprise photo — Justin A. Levine)
Carnright cracks 21: Local leads pros after day one
PLATTSBURGH — Day one of the Costa FLW Series tournament, presented by Power-Pole, on Lake Champlain was a smashfest.Everyone in the top 10 weighed 19 pounds or better, and the vast majority of that was brown.Leading the way, Brett Carnright caught 21 pounds, 7 ounces to get things underway.
‘Find Waldo Local’ in Lake Placid hunt returns
Anyone who wishes to participate can pick up a“Find Waldo Local in Lake Placid!”passport, which contains the names of all the participating sites, and get their passport stamped or signed for each Waldo they spot.