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Woodsmen in training

July 23, 2011 PAUL SMITHS — It’s a steamy late morning in the woods at the beginning of the summer’s first serious heat wave. Flies are swarming and biting incessantly, and it’s work to even stand up. more »»

Beat the heat

July 16, 2011 It’s summer. And it’s hot, which isn’t always the case around here. The following are just a few suggestions for places to cool down if you’re visiting the Wilmington, Jay or Keene areas. more »»

Heilman pursues passion for photography

July 9, 2011 Standing on the bridge above Bog River Falls, photographer Carl Heilman II aimed his camera at rushing water emptying into Tupper Lake. It was a few minutes after 8 p.. more »»

Day care is in demand

June 25, 2011 The demand for day care is higher than the supply as parents search the Tri-Lakes area for available facilities to drop their children off at while they work. more »»

Mystery solved

June 11, 2011 Now believe it or not, the award-winning Adirondack Daily Enterprise, the only daily paper published in the Adirondacks, is going to solve a mystery right here today before your very eyes: A mystery... more »»

Biggest flood ever?

May 7, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — When the water level in Lake Flower rose dramatically last week and surrounded the house on Duprey Street that she called home for 32 years, the scene looked all too familiar for Lena... more »»

Will Duck Hole be saved?

April 30, 2011 As the head of the newly formed Northville-Placid Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club, Tom Wemett has a lot of tasks he wants to accomplish. more »»

Coping with population decline

April 23, 2011 INDIAN LAKE — Ann Miller does it all at Indian Lake Restaurant — everything from serving you a drink at the bar, seating you at a table in the restaurant, taking your order, then cooking and serving... more »»

Towering passion

April 16, 2011 After retiring as an emergency dispatcher for the state Department of Environmental Conservation, Bloomingdale resident David Vana had to figure out what to do with the rest of his life. more »»

Code dispute closes boat shop

April 9, 2011 LAKE PLACID — Placid Boatworks has been unable to build boats since late December due to allegations that fumes produced during the boatmaking process was leading to problems for the tenants of a... more »»

Forgotten trails reopened

April 2, 2011 AUSABLE CHASM — White water tumbled down through chunks of ice in the AuSable Chasm, white and blue cliffs on either side of the gorge. more »»

‘Great secret of the Adirondacks’

March 26, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — One of the back windows features a double-headed eagle with the number 32 above it. more »»

High Peaks worth revisiting

March 19, 2011 LAKE PLACID — If you live locally, Cascade and Porter mountains can be easy to overlook as hiking or snowshoeing destination. more »»

Taking the plunge

March 12, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — Sara J. Henry remembers exactly where she was when she came up with the idea for her first nove. more »»

State cuts hit home for arts community

March 5, 2011 Arts funding seems almost like an afterthought in the 101-page briefing book on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 2011-12 proposed budget. more »»

Two Lake Placid trustee seats up for grabs

February 26, 2011 LAKE PLACID — Two incumbents are running for re-election to the village Board of Trustees, and they have two challengers. more »»

Digging out

February 12, 2011 There’s a lot of snow out there this winter. But we can’t all make like bears and hibernate until spring. We’re hardy Adirondackers, and we have to go about our lives despite the extreme weather. more »»

In search of prey

January 29, 2011 DICKINSON CENTER — Trudging through snow in the young hardwood forest, falconer Mark Manske and his apprentice Cody Maine kept their eyes peeled for signs of rabbits. more »»

When skating was king

January 22, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — Caper Tissot says there’s something special about skating outdoors on a frozen lake or pond — a feeling you don’t get skating inside on a refrigerated rink. more »»

An emotional job

January 15, 2011 Last month, when Bill Gallagher passed away from a lung ailment at his home in Saranac Lake, he was surrounded by his wife, Tomi, and two of his daughters. more »»

 
 

 

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