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December 26, 2014 The local Olympians who fill us with pride — would they have gotten to the Winter Games if they had been raised in communities that didn’t care? As amazing as they are, we doubt it. more »»

1. Locals shine on Sochi Olympic stage

December 26, 2014 The region’s homegrown Olympians proved their mettle on the world stage once again this year, putting down strong, historic and in some cases medal-winning performances at the Sochi Olympic Winter... more »»

2. Hotel, marina projects spark passions

December 26, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — 2013 ended with the news that two major hotel projects in this village had received funding from the state. more »»

3. Stefanik wins race to replace Owens

December 26, 2014 There was no election this year more talked about in the North Country than the race for New York’s 21st Congressional District. In an unexpected move, U.S. Rep. more »»

4. Summer begins with a string of tragedies

December 26, 2014 LAKE PLACID — This summer, in about the span of one month, seven people died due to tragic incidents in the Lake Placid region. more »»

5. Rail vs. trail debate continues as UMP reopens

December 26, 2014 A debate on the future of the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor gained steam this year. more »»

6. The search for Paul McKay

December 26, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Capt. Paul McKay was on leave from the Australian Army when he flew to the U.S. on Dec. 29, 2013, and traveled by bus to this village the following day. more »»

7. ACR project moves closer to breaking ground

December 26, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — 2014 saw the Adirondack Club and Resort project make significant legal strides toward breaking ground. more »»

8. Sheriff deputy’s allegations spark firestorm

December 26, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — When Franklin County Sheriff’s Deputy Luke Cromp was hired in August as a part-time village police officer, few local people had heard of him. more »»

9. Up-and-down year for Paul Smith’s College

December 26, 2014 PAUL SMITHS — This year was a roller-coaster ride for the students and faculty of Paul Smith’s Colleg. more »»

10. NSA stays open, files bankruptcy

December 26, 2014 LAKE PLACID — National Sports Academy announced on Dec. 15 that it had raised enough money to stay open and that it will file for bankruptcy protection. more »»

More stories of the year, in brief

December 26, 2014 Saranac Lake biotech ebbs and flows SARANAC LAKE — The year began with the news that the state had made the first payment on a $35 million biotech partnership between Trudeau Institute and Clarkson... more »»

Sports: Area athletes excel on and off the field

December 26, 2014 It was another big year for the local sports scene in 2014. Putting the Olympic Games aside, area athletes excelled on many level. more »»

Outdoors: Goodman Mountain trail recalls the past

December 26, 2014 Every year, the Adirondack Park plays host to a wide range of outdoors-related issues and occurences. more »»

The Inseide Dope: Another year of highlights is in the books

December 26, 2014 Where, oh where does the time go? Seems a few weeks after I get done writing this article, it’s time to write another one. more »»

Gifts for business, cuts for public services

December 27, 2013 Each of our three news reporters focuses on one of the Tri-Lakes villages. more »»

1. Hotel plans shine spotlight on Saranac Lake

December 27, 2013 SARANAC LAKE — Some have called it a once-in-a lifetime opportunity or a rebirth for this village. Mayor Clyde Rabideau has billed it as “a new epoch of progress and prosperity in Saranac Lake. more »»

2. Murder case shocks Saranac Lake

December 27, 2013 SARANAC LAKE — As village residents went about their normal routines on the morning of Nov. 25, a Lake Placid man was beaten and stabbed to death inside an apartment house on Morris Way. more »»

3. State sticks toe into rail-trail debate

December 27, 2013 As debate over the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor continued to rage throughout the Adirondack Park and beyond this year, the state hosted a set of public meetings — a tentative first step toward... more »»

4. Elections bring mining, clean deeds, new leaders

December 27, 2013 Election Day, Nov. 5, brought about changes on state and local levels. There were six proposals on the back of the ballot. more »»

5. Common Core raises bar, lowers scores for students

December 27, 2013 Local schools joined others across the state in a huge shift in how students learn this year, which met with protest from some local teachers and parents. more »»



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