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Face to face with Diane Leifheit

January 24, 2015 GABRIELS — After nearly a year spent capturing more than 180 faces in pastel, Diane Leifheit has finished phase one of her ambitious art project, “Face to Face: Drawn to Saranac Lak. more »»

 
 
 
Keene Valley bridge overhaul planned

January 17, 2015 KEENE VALLEY — Five minutes or less — that’s the delay motorists can expect while driving through Keene Valley on state Route 73 this spring during a massive overhaul of the bridge system here. more »»

World-class attraction

January 10, 2015 The word “metanoia” is used to describe a change in a person’s life through patience or spiritual conversion. more »»

Behind the scenes of Lake Flower Lodging

January 3, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — Documents submitted to the state by Lake Flower Lodging LLC, and obtained recently by the Enterprise, shed some new light on who else is behind the company that was formed to build a... more »»

The toast of Tupper

December 27, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — Beer and Bloody Mary mix may not be the first things you associate with this town, but a few local companies are working to change that. more »»

Enrollment continues to decline

December 20, 2014 Student enrollment at public schools inside the Adirondack Park has dropped steadily over the past 10 years, leading local school districts to prepare for the consequences. more »»

Clock is ticking on Lyme disease

December 13, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — The threat of Lyme disease is real in the Adirondack. more »»

‘The scars still remain’

December 6, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Angela McKay says she and her husband “just sort of muddle along” every day. more »»

College chips in for local families

November 29, 2014 PAUL SMITHS — In the spirit of the season, Paul Smith’s College is giving back to the community. more »»

Lake Placid looks toward future projects

November 22, 2014 LAKE PLACID — With the multi-million-dollar sewer trunk project all but finished, Lake Placid officials are still planning the future of the village’s infrastructure. more »»

Construction gone wild

November 15, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — It takes a team of skilled workers to build a white pine tree from scratch. more »»

Big project for a little town

November 8, 2014 SARANAC INN — The small town of Santa Clara is in the midst of a big project, likely its biggest ever. The town plans to build a new, $1. more »»

Tucker Farms celebrates 150 years

November 1, 2014 GABRIELS — There is a secret to the success of Tucker Farms. more »»

Pick-Up and play — for a big crowd

October 25, 2014 LAKE PLACID — The 52 Pick-Up is a mishmash of local musicians who will open the first-ever Lake Placid Bluegrass Jam today. Their 30-minute set, starting at 12:30 p.m. more »»

Lake Placid looks into rental permits

October 18, 2014 LAKE PLACID — Cruising the suburban side streets of this tourist-friendly village, it’s hard not to spot a vacation rental. more »»

From invasive to stationery

October 11, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — When life hands you Eurasian watermilfoil, make paper. Drew Matott and Margaret Mahan brought that message to Saranac Lake last summer as part of their ongoing Peace Paper Project. more »»

Health care shift still in flux

October 4, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — It was billed as a groundbreaking model that would transform health care in the North Country by reining in costs, increasing access and improving the quality of car. more »»

An inside look at full-day pre-K

September 27, 2014 LAKE PLACID — For the past two weeks, St. Agnes Catholic School has been a testing ground for New York’s full-day universal pre-kindergarten experiment. more »»

The science of road salt

September 20, 2014 PAUL SMITHS — If road salt causes extensive rust damage to vehicles, what is it doing to the environment? Scientists aren’t sure how to answer that question yet, but there’s research that suggests... more »»

Butterfly decline

September 13, 2014 The monarch butterfly population has been shrinking for nearly two decades in the Adirondacks and throughout North America, and now scientists are asking the U.S. more »»

Steam-powered dream

September 6, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Joe Spadaro was outside working on his Lake Street house one day, roughly 20 years ago, when he heard a strange sound coming from the direction of Lower Saranac Lake. more »»

 
 
 

 

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