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Work begins on Tupper Lake multi-use trail

June 25, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — Construction has begun on a new multi-use connector trail, but some are already worried it may be abused. more »»

‘Smart Lake’ project on Lake George marks third year

June 25, 2015 BOLTON LANDING (AP) — Researchers monitoring Lake George with a web of high-tech sensors are marking their third year on the Adirondack lake. more »»

EMBARK: 'Adirondack: Life and Wildlife in the Wild, Wild East'

June 22, 2015 Living a simple life in the mountains isn’t so simple. more »»

Heavy rains trigger minor flooding

June 22, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — Heavy rain drenched the North Country on Sunday, triggering some minor flooding around this villag. more »»

Grace tribute planned in North Hudson

June 20, 2015 NORTH HUDSON — This weekend, an Adirondack icon and the High Peak named in her memory will be celebrated at the Town of North Hudson Park. more »»

Boat wash station moved

June 20, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — A planned boat wash and decontamination station will be located at a state boat launch outside the village, not on Lake Flowe. more »»

Catching up amid a swirl of biting flies

June 20, 2015 I’ve spent most of the past week chasing after brook trout in locations ranging from small mountain ponds to hidden meadow creeks, and other such confines that provide potential piscatorial haunts. more »»

Pope’s environmental stance resonates

June 20, 2015 The pope’s message did not fall on deaf ears in the North Country. more »»

DEC to operate Lower Locks manually after damage by lightning strike

June 20, 2015 RAY BROOK — The state Department of Environmental Conservation will be manually operating the Lower Locks on the Saranac Lakes Chain this weekend and early next week. more »»

New York state announces free fishing next weekend

June 20, 2015 New York State residents and visitors may fish for free without a fishing license in any of the state’s 7,500 lakes and ponds and 50,000 miles of rivers and streams during the weekend of Saturday,... more »»

DEC to operate Lower Locks manually this weekend

June 19, 2015 RAY BROOK — The state Department of Environmental Conservation will be manually operating the Lower Locks on the Saranac Lakes Chain this weekend and early next week. more »»

No rails with trails

June 19, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — Backers of a “rails with trails” proposal for part of the Adirondack rail corridor say they’re disappointed the state has rejected their pla. more »»

In strong language, pope says environment is key moral issue

June 19, 2015 VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis’ plea to make the state of the environment a central moral issue of our age has been greeted with applause from climate activists and a wide range of church, science and... more »»

Woodchuck attack leads to rabies shots for Queensbury woman

June 19, 2015 QUEENSBURY (AP) — A woman is undergoing rabies treatments after she was attacked by a woodchuck while watering the flowers outside her upstate New York home. more »»

Competitions, prizes set for Beast Feast

June 18, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — More than $600 worth of hunting and fishing prizes are set for the second annual Beast Feast this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.. more »»

Raquette Lake can get its well as Legislature approves land swap

June 18, 2015 Water for land. That was the deal, and they’re sticking to it — eight years late. more »»

Early debate on plan to open up Essex Chain

June 16, 2015 RAY BROOK — The state has crafted a plan to provide a range of recreational opportunities in a lake-studded region in the central Adirondacks. more »»

Free training in invasive species ID, management

June 16, 2015 KEENE VALLEY — The Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program is hosting several events this summer, including training sessions on aquatic and terrestrial invasive species. more »»

EMBARK: Choosing the right kayak

June 15, 2015 Kayaks come in a brightly colored array of shapes and sizes, but choosing one doesn’t have to be as difficult as paddling the Opalescent River. more »»

Lake Champlain power line firm will pay for protection projects

June 15, 2015 MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — A company that wants to bury a power line from the Canadian border down Lake Champlain to southern Vermont is ready to help fund a number of lake protection project. more »»

 
 

 

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