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Promoting art in Saranac Lake

March 22, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — The Adirondack Artists Guild was packed with artists and art lovers last Friday during the opening reception of the 16th annual juried art sho. more »»

Project 46

March 15, 2014 Some people take a lifetime to hike the 46 High Peaks. Montreal resident Neil Luckhurst recently did it in just 10 days. more »»

34 years of Olympic upkeep

March 8, 2014 LAKE PLACID — Now that the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, have come to an end, the city and the country have the new issue of maintaining what they’ve created. more »»

After the games

March 1, 2014 For athletes and spectators at Sochi, it’s time to pack up. But for the host cities, the real challenge begins with the end of the Olympics. more »»

Planting seeds of pride

February 22, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — According to Mohawk culture, if you share a story, you become a storyteller. Last Sunday at The Wild Center, Mohawk storyteller Dave Fadden shared several stories with attendees. more »»

An Adirondack love story

February 20, 2014 On Aug. 17, I married my best friend on top of a mountain in the Adirondacks. more »»

Dancing to the Soma Beats

February 8, 2014 LAKE PLACID — Some people call it a hyperactive barefoot workout, but the formal title is barefoot African dancin. more »»

Plethora of Winter Carnival performances

February 1, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — This year’s Winter Carnival is packed with events, but the fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. more »»

Taking it to the next level

January 25, 2014 A senior at Nazareth College in Rochester, Lake Placid High School graduate Alex McFaddin will be playing in her final lacrosse season this spring. more »»

Charlie Decker’s journalism legacy

January 18, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Charlie Decker’s journalism career was cut short when he died suddenly at the age of 34, but his spirit lives on in the work of hundreds of reporters, writers and other media... more »»

Huts in the Adirondacks?

January 11, 2014 RAY BROOK — In many parts of the world, including the Northeast, hut-to-hut expeditions are part of the outdoor recreation scene. more »»

Tech-savvy Tupper

January 4, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — The face of education is changing. These days students carry thumb drives instead of binders. more »»

Sports Photos of the Year

December 28, 2013 Of the thousands of photos Enterprise reporters took in 2013, editors decided these three were the best at depicting the drama of sports. more »»

Photos of the Year

December 21, 2013 Of the thousands of photos Enterprise reporters took in 2013 (not counting sports, which we’ll focus on next week), editors deemed these three to be the most compelling. more »»

History in the wilderness

December 14, 2013 NEWCOMB — The story of one of the most important historic sites in the Adirondack Park is being told anew. more »»

An angel from LA

December 7, 2013 UPPER JAY — Famed actor Nick Nolte came to AuSable Forks in the late 1990s to research his role as a working-class sheriff in “Affliction,” a 1997 movie based on a Russell Banks novel. more »»

Perfecting produce

November 23, 2013 PAUL SMITHS — Culinary students at Paul Smith’s college are getting a first look at a new variety of squash. Produce is traditionally bred with the needs of growers and shippers in min. more »»

Telling Trudeau’s story

November 16, 2013 SARANAC LAKE — Local historian Mary Hotaling hopes to breathe new life into the story of Dr. more »»

Women in politics

November 9, 2013 Election Day saw some ups and downs for women in local politics. more »»

Raquette Lake seeks resolution

November 2, 2013 RAQUETTE LAKE — It’s rare for an issue in the Adirondacks to have unanimous support of environmental groups, local governments and state lawmakers in Albany, but that’s the case with Proposition 4,... more »»



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