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Brew-ski back on the trails Saturday
TUPPER LAKE — The fifth annual Brew-ski at the town’s golf course and cross-country ski trails is this Saturday, and for the first time in years there should be snow on the ground.
Lewis County young woman named New York State Dairy Princess
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — A young woman from Lewis County was crowned this year's New York State Dairy Princess. Reegan Domagala received the honor Tuesday night at the Holiday Inn in Liverpool. She has served as the Lewis County Dairy Princess since the spring of 2018. She will now spend the next year promo
Maroun runs for legislature re-election
TUPPER LAKE — Franklin County Legislator Paul Maroun has announced he will seek another term on the board, running on his nearly 30 years of experience. “I still think I have a lot to offer, It’s why I’m running again,” Maroun said. “When I don’t feel that I have something to offer I won’t run again
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Case of 'zombie deer disease' confirmed in New York state
ONEIDA COUNTY, N.Y. (WHEC) -- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a warning about "zombie deer disease" that affects deer, elk, and moose. As of January, 24 states have reported cases of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), according to the CDC, including a reported case in Oneida Co
Maroun: 'I have a lot to offer'
TUPPER LAKE — Franklin County Legislator Paul Maroun will seek another term on the board, running on his nearly 30 years of experience. “I still think I have a lot to offer, It’s why I’m running again,” he said. “When I don’t feel that I have something to offer I won’t run again.”
Tri-Lakes Takes: A year after Parkland, Tupper Lake moves toward armed resource officers
by Martha Foley (News and Public Affairs Director) & Peter Crowley (Adirondack Daily Enterprise) , in Canton, NY and Saranac Lake, NY. Today marks one year since the shock and sorrow of the mass murder at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. A 19 year-old opened fire there, kil
Independent power company seeks first 200 customers for renewable energy
SARANAC LAKE – A local power company is looking for 200 customers to buy into the first independent generator in their network. Northern Power & Light, based in Saranac Lake, offers residential and small business customers anywhere in National Grid territory the option of getting their power from re
Hearing on NY state's Climate and Community Protection Act to be held in New Paltz
NEW PALTZ, N.Y. — State lawmakers have scheduled a public hearing for March 1 on revisions to New York environmental law that seek to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
North Country protesters see dangerous power grab in Trump's national emergency
New York is one of 16 states that sued President Trump yesterday to block his declaration of a national emergency. Trump hopes to use the emergency to divert funds to build a wall in the U.S.-Mexico border.
Lumber Jack and Jill event planned in Tupper Lake
TUPPER LAKE -- Big Tupper Brewing is bringing back their Lumber Jack & Jill event this weekend at their Cliff Avenue location in the center of town. A full weekend of lumbering activities will take place, that celebrates an important part of Adirondack history.
Kiroy’s throw highlights indoor track qualifying meet
PLATTSBURGH | Saranac’s Connor Kiroy said he has never hit anyone with an object he has thrown during a track and field competition. Kiroy’s throw of 57 feet, 1 inch turned heads at the Section VII indoor track and field championships Feb. 16, a throw that traveled so far it made contact with a phot
Governor plans to close more prisons
– North Country prisons. Cuomo pointed out with pride that he has shuttered more correctional facilities than any governor ever has “and at the same time proved that New York can remain the safest large state in the nation.
Compass Point suites opening soon
SARANAC LAKE — Some of the 20 suites at the Compass Point, operated by and adjacent to the Hotel Saranac, will start taking guests in the next couple weeks, according to an owner of the project.
Wish granted for Florida boy
LAKE PLACID — A year ago, young Tiago Cusano was at home in Florida watching the Winter Olympics on television while recovering from a cancer surgery that was followed by two and a half months of radiation treatment.
Playoffs start in hockey, girls basketball
PLATTSBURGH | Four sectional playoff games take place today with two quarterfinal round games in the Section VII boys hockey playoffs as well as the Class B girls basketball quarterfinal and Class D preliminary rounds.
Rand runs for North Elba supervisor, Cassidy for councilman
Councilman Jay Rand is running for North Elba supervisor, and 1990s Lake Placid village Trustee Rik Cassidy is running for the town council. Jay Rand, who’s been a town councilman for the past 32 years, will run for supervisor. He said he’ll most likely run on an independent ballot.
Section VII boys hockey playoff schedule
No. 6 Lake Placid vs. No. 3 Northeastern Clinton, 6:30 p.m. No. 5 Saranac vs, No. 4 Saranac Lake, 6:30 p.m. Lower seed vs. No. 1 Plattsburgh High, TBD. Higher seed vs. No. 2 Beekmantown, TBD.
Scary moment as bobsled narrowly misses worker on track
A bobsled track worker was just seconds away from being run down when he jumped over the barrier to avoid being hit by a bobsled. It happened Saturday at the World Cup bobsled event in Lake Placid, New York.
Junior luge season wraps up
OBERHOF, Germany — USA Luge ended its international youth and junior seasons last weekend on Oberhof’s throwback course that brought back memories of days when the sliding tracks were separate.