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Featured Paddles: Saranac River, Saranac Lake, Moose Pond -
The Saranac River offers a calm, winding river with views of the High Peaks, great for a half-day paddle meandering along Route 3 towards Bloomingdale. It flows along the western and northern borders of theMcKenzie Mountain Wilderness.
Alleged robber jailed on no bail
TUPPER LAKE — The man suspected of robbing Ray’s Discount Liquor & Wine store at knifepoint was brought back to Tupper Lake to be charged this week after he was released from Clinton County Jail.Jason Smith, 40, of Massena was being held there on an unrelated burglary charge, Tupper Lake Village Pol
Ironman to bring road closures, delays
LAKE PLACID — The 20th-annual IRONMAN Lake Placid triathlon will take place from 6:25 a.m. to midnight Sunday, July 22.The triathlon route includes a 2.4-mile swim in Mirror Lake, a 112-mile bike ride through Lake Placid, Keene, Upper Jay, Jay, Black Brook and Wilmington, and a 26.2-mile run in and
Robbery suspect returned to Tupper Lake, charged
TUPPER LAKE — The man suspected of robbing Ray’s Discount Liquor & Wine store at knifepoint was brought back to Tupper Lake Thursday evening to be charged after he was released from the Clinton County Sheriff’s Department, where he was being held on an unrelated burglary charge, village police Chief
20th time around, Ironman still amazes
We vividly remember the first Ironman in Lake Placid, but to refresh our memories as the triathlon approaches its 20th annual running, we pulled out copies of the Enterprise and Lake Placid News issues that followed that inaugural event on Aug. 15, 1999.
‘Road to Dannemora’ lands in Keene
But “Road to Dannemora,” a musical written in 2011 by then-16 year old Sam Balzac, predated the escape of inmates Richard Matt and David Sweat and the subsequent manhunt that captivated the North Country for nearly a month.
Lake Placid hosting 20th Ironman triathlon this weekend
The Adirondack Daily Enterprisereportsthat Sunday's event will have a field of nearly 2,700 athletes competing in a 2.4-mile swim in Mirror Lake, a 112-bike ride and a 26.2-mile run.
Dannemora town supervisor accused of angry outburst
DANNEMORA — Dannemora Town Supervisor William Chase has pleaded not guilty to second-degree harassment, a violation.The ticket for the alleged offense marks the second time this year that he has faced a charge in connection with an angry outburst.In the most recent case, Dannemora-based State Police
Saranac Lake, New York's healing town
—Saranac Lake, nestled in the Adirondack Mountains in far upstate New York, started drawing visitors in the late 19th century.
Historic Saranac Lake working on purchase of Trudeau home, office
Jeanie Trudeau Fenn and her brother, Doonesbury cartoonist Garry Trudeau, great-grandchildren of Dr. E.L. Trudeau, visit his former home and office at the corner of Main and Church streets, Saranac Lake, in June. Their father Dr. Frank Trudeau also practiced medicine in the building, which was home
Lake Placid woman admits stealing from Whiteface Lodge
ELIZABETHTOWN — A former employee of the Whiteface Lodge here has pleaded guilty to third-degree grand larceny, a felony, in Essex County Court.Morgan B. Miller used a company credit card to make more than $134,000 in personal purchases, according to State Police Troop B Public Information Officer T
Saranac Lake ArtWorks group celebrates 10 years
Kathy Recchia, operations director-events and outreach coordinator, views BluSeed Studio’s current gallery. (Photo for the Enterprise — Timothy Behuniak)
Little rain, low water
“Rain levels have been quite a bit lower than normal this year,”Robert Haynes, a forecaster with NWS Burlington said.“From June 1 to today, Saranac Lake has had about 4.3 inches [of precipitation], and the normal value is about 6.15 inches for this time of year. From January 1 to today, the current
Tonight's Mid's Park concert moved inside
LAKE PLACID — The Lake Placid Sinfonietta park series concert, “Oh the Drama,” scheduled for Mid’s Park has been moved to St. Agnes Church and is now set for 7:15 p.m. because of predicted low temperatures.
Clinton County Fair trots out harness racing
MORRISONVILLE — Today is Children's Day at the Clinton County Fair, with $22 wristbands providing carnival rides to kids' heart's content and free admission for age 12 and younger.Two grandstand shows are on tap, including New York Sire Stakes harness racing and U.S. Freestyle Motocross.Here's more
Man accused of killing wife denies mail fraud charges
BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — A Vermont man charged with killing his wife has pleaded not guilty to mail fraud charges related to embezzlement from his former employer, the Agri-Mark Cabot cheese-making plant in Cabot.
Driver hospitalized after going into Saranac River
CADYVILLE, N.Y. (WCAX)A driver has been hospitalized after going into the Saranac River.It happened this morning on Route 3 between Cadyville and Saranac. The driver was taken to Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital.There was no immediate word on their condition or what caused the crash.
Oswegatchie man charged with attempted burglary
FINE — State police on July 9 charged Trevor E. Johnson, 24, of 3543A Route 3, Oswegatchie, with felony third-degree attempted burglary.
Woman pleads guilty to embezzling money from Whiteface Lodge
Essex County District Attorney Kristy Sprague said Morgan B. Miller, who was 36 years old as of October 2017, is due back at the court for her sentencing on Aug. 13 at 1:45 p.m. Sprague said the recommended sentencing is two to six years in prison, which could be reduced with the possibility of shoc
Vehicle plunges into Saranac River
The airbag deployed in the vehicle, dispatch said, but the man was conscious and breathing.