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Rail bikes won’t return this year
A number of questions remained unanswered when the proposal was announced, but due to logistical issues, the railroad does not have the staff or equipment in place to begin operating the popular tourist attraction as planned.
Dr. Trudeau, lantern bearer, part 1
Robert Louis Stevenson and Dr. Edward Livingston Trudeau were two men only two years apart in age, and each had reached a notable degree of success in his chosen sphere of influence — literature and medicine, respectively — by the time they had their first meeting in October 1887 at Andrew Baker’s h
Town of New Hartford to move to former Gander Mountain building after buying the property
The 50,000-square-foot building will house all town offices, the police department, courts, a community-meeting room, and a senior-services center for the Town of New Hartford.
Star Lake man charged with petit larceny
EDWARDS — State police on Monday charged James W. Carlisle, 53, of 463 Oswegatchie Trail Road, Star Lake, with misdemeanor petit larceny.
A suite of Adirondack green
SARANAC — Flautist Karen Bogardus's choice to select pianist and composer James Sheppard to score a new work for the Emerald Trio was prescient.Matt Castle (piano and composer), Orlando Wells (violin and viola) and Bogardus comprise the founding trio, but Castle's Broadway musical director commitmen
The 'Cure Cottages' of Saranac Lake
You’ll see them all around Saranac Lake,New York: Victorian-style homes with long wrap-around porches and balconies. These are the Saranac Lake “cure cottages,” and for several decades in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, they were where you came to get “cured” of tuberculosis.Top Places in Ne
Moose census estimates about 400 in the park
“Yeah, so this is real rodeo stuff,”said Jim Stickles, a big game biologist with the state Department of Environmental Conservation.“So this is what I’m saying, these guys are crazy. We’re glad to pay them to do this.”
Lake Placid school district still hasn’t hired high school principal
“Two weeks ago a group of stakeholders — faculty, support staff, administrators, board members, parents and students — were involved in reviewing four candidates,”he said.“In the discussions that followed the interviews, we discovered that we really did not have a consensus over the candidates. As a
Saranac Lake summer youth program offers free and reduced-price meals, just like when school is in session
The Saranac Lake schools hold an annual summer youth program five days a week at Petrova Elementary School, starting in early July and ending last Friday. The program is organized through the Essex County Youth Bureau, which has a contract with the United States Department of Agriculture, which offe
9er prepares hikers for High Peaks
“I started the 9er with the thought that … so many people, all they do is High Peaks, and that’s foolish,” he said. “There’s so many of these smaller mountains around that are awesome. Most of the time, people aren’t ready to hike a High Peak cold, and they hate it.
NCCC offers 6 credits free
Starting this fall semester, 6 on Us allows eligible students to take their first six college credits for free, a savings of $1,400 per student. The program is available to first-time, new-to-college, non-traditional students at all three of the college’s campuses: Saranac Lake, Malone and Ticondero
Rangers rescue sick, injured, lost people
On Saturday, Aug. 4, ranger Arthur Perryman was investigating a supposed illegal all-terrain vehicle trail on private land that led onto state land. The next day, Perryman found two men on the illegal trail near the summit of Crane Mountain.
Preview: Plastic Madness at BluSeed Studios in Saranac Lake
"Plastic Madness/Locura del Plastico," originated in Mazatlan, Mexico in January 2017. The unique and compelling exhibit began as an invitation to more than 25 Mexican and U.S. artists to create artwork from plastic found in their everyday lives. Thursday evening's opening features a meet-the-artist
Weller motorless? That would be illogical, impractical and selfish
I am a lifelong resident of the Adirondack Park, and I am both a motorboat and paddle enthusiast! I grew up camping in the Middle Saranac Lake and Weller Pond area and have continued to do so for over 40 years now. We’ve camped in this area twice already this summer and have two more trips planned.
Trump warns Cuomo: Anybody who runs against me ‘suffers’
President Donald J Trump speaks to soldiers of the 10th Mountain Division before signing the H.R. 5515, the John McCain National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2019 on Monday at Wheeler-Sack Army Air Field Fort Drum. (Photo — Daytona Niles, Watertown Daily Times)
In My Opinion: 'Mayor Read, please understand we are a collaborative board'
At a funeral last December, I heard Art LeFevre and Clyde Rabideau call each other sons of bitches.We were in a church, and it had been at least two decades since the two men had worked in politics together.Art, the long-retired supervisor of the Town of Plattsburgh known for establishing zoning law
Road paving projects at the mercy of Mother Nature
As everyone who has tried to work outside this summer knows, the first step in the process is to watch the weather. Road paving is no different. To add to the unpredictability, prices of asphalt fluctuate too.
'On the front lines of battle'
ELLENBURG — Eurasian watermilfoil has a deeply rooted presence in Chateaugay Lake, as well.Efforts aimed at reducing the spread of the plant and reclaiming infested shoreline have been ongoing for two decades now, a press release from the Chateaugay Lake Foundation said.“Lake groups like ours are on
Lake Placid creates 9er hiking challenge as High Peaks tune up
Cobble Hill, one of the Lake Placid 9er hiking challenge, offers views of the High Peaks, Olympic ski jumps and the village of Lake Placid.Justin Levine, Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Rensselaer Falls woman rescued from overturned Toyota following two-car collision in Canton
CANTON – A Rensselaer Falls woman was rescued from her vehicle and transported to Canton-Potsdam hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries following a two-car collision on County Route 14 Tuesday, Aug. 15.According to a press release from county sheriff’s office, Meagan E. Law, 46, of Ogdensbur