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Basic skills for beginner hunters

November 7, 2015 The majority of hunting media sources — ranging from magazines and newspapers to television and the internet — continue to provide a wide range of beneficial information on hunting skills that are... more »»

Schumer pushes for conservation fund during Lake Placid visit

November 7, 2015 LAKE PLACID — U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer met with local officials Friday and announced he will push to renew the Land and Water Conservation Fun. more »»

Rabideau to outline 6er program

November 4, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — Village Mayor Clyde Rabideau is scheduled to give a presentation on the Saranac Lake 6er hiking program at today’s Northern Forest Symposium in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. more »»

Raven over Blueberry Mountain

October 31, 2015 KEENE — It was a quiet hike in the High Peaks last weekend, until we saw the raven. Or rather, until the raven saw us. more »»

Highs and lows of Adirondack beef through the years

October 31, 2015 As hunters return to the deep woods of the Adirondacks, it is easy to forget that white-tailed deer were nearly expatriated from the region about a century ago. Following on the tail of Re. more »»

Rangers help lost student, hikers

October 29, 2015 RAY BROOK — A lost and found 15-year-old boy near AuSable Valley Middle-High School was the highlight of an otherwise slow week for search-and-rescue incidents in the Adirondacks. more »»

N.Y. again issues permits hunting for antlerless deer

October 29, 2015 ALBANY (AP) — New York state environmental officials are making some deer management permits available to hunters again starting Sunday. more »»

ARISE to operate Big Tupper again

October 27, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — Adirondack Residents Intent on Saving their Economy, an organization that promotes economic growth within the Adirondack Park, will once again operate Big Tupper Ski Area with an... more »»

Some Lake Flower trail funding rejected

October 27, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — A state agency has turned down the village’s request for funding for part of a proposed shoreline trail along Lake Flower, but the village has other grant applications pending for th... more »»

First of the 46ers

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Bigfoot believers gather in western NY to swap stories

October 26, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA — Bigfoot believers gathered Saturday in western New York, convinced the legendary Sasquatch has left its footprints all over the region. more »»

Time to drop the bumbling idiot persona

October 24, 2015 Big game hunting season kicks off this weekend in the North Countr. more »»

Collectors gather ash seeds for future restoration

October 24, 2015 LAKE PLACID — Ash trees are in the midst of a three-year mast cycle, and the Mid Atlantic Regional Seed Bank is hoping that can help protect the species from a devastating invasive insect. more »»

Two more Walk of Fame plaques coming

October 23, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — The village will unveil bronze plaques recognizing two more of its notable residents at upcoming Walk of Fame ceremonies. more »»

A scout on each of 44 High Peaks

October 21, 2015 GABRIELS — Local Boy Scout Troop 12, based in Gabriels, participated in Seneca Waterways Boy Scout Council’s 46er High Peak Challenge over the Columbus Day weeken. more »»

2 million people camped at New York state campgrounds

October 21, 2015 ALBANY (AP) — More people are spending time at New York state campgrounds. more »»

Get around to Round Mountain

October 17, 2015 KEENE — Last weekend was one of resplendent beauty. My wife, Anna, and I headed into the High Peaks via state Route 73 Sunday morning. more »»

In a hunting camp state of mind

October 17, 2015 As I look forward to the beginning of the big game hunting season, which opens this weekend for muzzleloaders, my most recent brook trout outing provided a fitting end to a wonderful fishing season. more »»



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