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Feeling Pisgah’s flow

July 13, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — If boredom is your disease, then Mount Pisgah has The Cure. more »»

Summer Day Camp begins in Tupper

July 13, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — Community Summer Day Camp began this week, offering a variety of activities for youth until Aug. 2. more »»

APA, with new board, reviews Ray Brook gas station

July 13, 2016 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency will have its first regular meeting since three new commissioners and a new chairman were approved by the state Senate. more »»

Vigilance slows invasive species

July 12, 2016 NORTH CREEK — As time marches on, the prospect of the invasive species problem dying down in the Adirondacks does not seem likely. more »»

Rangers continue busy summer

July 12, 2016 State Department of Environmental Conservation forest rangers and interior caretakers continued a busy summer of rescues with almost a half-dozen rescues in the last week. more »»

Ernie Coons: A pioneer of outdoor education

July 9, 2016 Every kid needs an old timer to kick around with It’s the way of the woods, especially when it comes to outdoor pursuits. more »»

Tupper man collects, displays insects

July 9, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — With help from friends, Michael Keeler of Tupper Lake has amassed quite the collection of local critters. more »»

Rock snot is a native that’s a nuisance

July 9, 2016 Rock snot is the not-so-sexy name of a slimy goop that can be found clinging to rocks in streams of the Northeast. more »»

DEC asks for help with nuisance bears

July 8, 2016 Bears have already been a nuisance in several towns in the Adirondacks this year, and the state Department of Environmental Conservation is asking the public for help in reducing and reporting the... more »»

DEC will host wildlife, falconry, tracking dog exams

July 8, 2016 The state Department of Environmental Conservation will be holding exams for those who want to become licensed wildlife rehabilitators. more »»

Knotweed fighters win award

July 7, 2016 KEENE VALLEY — An invasive plant program has won an award for its efforts to eradicate Japanese knotweed, an invasive and fast-growing plant. more »»

Wild fire on Lower Saranac Lake quickly contained

July 6, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — State forest rangers responded to a wild fire on an island in Lower Saranac Lake Tuesday afternoon. more »»

DEC plans new trail near Newcomb

July 6, 2016 The state Department of Environmental Conservation has planned a new multi-use trail in the 92,000-acre Vanderwhacker Mountain Wild Forest. more »»

Rangers have busy holiday weekend with rescues

July 6, 2016 State forest rangers had a busy holiday weekend, helping lost and injured people throughout the Adirondacks. more »»

New campground planned near Sevey Corners

July 5, 2016 A proposed 200-site campground near the intersection of state Routes 3 and 56 is moving to state review after passing the St. Lawrence County legislature. more »»

Boy, 12, dies after slipping into deep area of lake

July 5, 2016 NORTHAMPTON (AP) — Authorities say a 12-year-old boy has died after he went into a deep area of an upstate New York lake. more »»

Annual Hike-a-Thon highlights trails around Lake George

July 5, 2016 LAKE GEORGE (AP) — More than 600 people will head for the hills around Lake George in the southeastern Adirondacks for the Hike-a-Thon, held annually on the 5th of July. more »»



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