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Injured moose shot

October 24, 2014 COREYS — A state environmental conservation officer euthanized a moose that appeared to be injured on Friday evening. more »»

Gulf Brook restoration’s first phase to begin

October 24, 2014 A plan to restore a section of Gulf Brook in Keene is expected to begin next month. The old Keene firehouse, ripped in half by flood waters from Hurricane Irene on Au. more »»

DEC seeks input on Open Space draft

October 23, 2014 RAY BROOK — The public is encouraged to comment on a draft of the statewide Open Space Conservation Plan, which is best known as the state’s wish list of property to buy — but it’s more than that. more »»

Clearing the way

October 22, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Paul Smith’s College students trimmed a few trees in William Morris Park Monday, partly in an effort to improve the view of the Adirondack Carousel from the street. more »»

Bear in mind

October 21, 2014 LAKE PLACID — If you live in the Adirondacks, you live with black bears. The large, four-legged mammals don’t make the best neighbors, thoug. more »»

Born to fly

October 18, 2014 WILMINGTON — It took a few minutes for the red-tailed hawk to get its bearings, and then it was gone. more »»

Atomic bonds

October 18, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — We are all connected, we are all part of the Earth, and we are all just a pile of atoms. It seems romantic and maybe even a touch poetic to think that way, but it’s completely true. more »»

The constantly changing character of Adirondack seasons

October 18, 2014 Many claim the Adirondack region has no respect for seasons, and for good reason. Our local microclimates have been known to deliver an unexpected snowfall at any time of the year. more »»

Let comments begin on rail-trail proposal

October 18, 2014 The state wants to hear from the public on a proposal to convert a section of the Adirondack railroad corridor between Lake Placid and Tupper Lake to a recreational trail. more »»

Powder plan

October 17, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — Big Tupper Ski Area, Tupper Lake’s all-volunteer ski mountain, will open for the 2014-15 ski season if the weather cooperates. more »»

Lab helps keep Lake George clean

October 17, 2014 BOLTON LANDING (AP) — Researchers monitoring Lake George with a web of high-tech sensors are opening a new lab they say will give them unprecedented insights into the Adirondack lake. more »»

Study: Beach feasible, costly

October 16, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Returning the village beach to Lake Flower is possible, if its projected cost of nearly $800,000 can be met and if the public is behind it. more »»

Rising sun

October 15, 2014 ... more »»

Firefighters battle ground, brush fires

October 15, 2014 Lake Placid and Saranac Lake firefighters responded to a pair of small ground and brush fires Tuesda. more »»

Rangers take to wilderness to rescue tired, lost hikers

October 15, 2014 RAY BROOK — State Department of Environmental Conservation forest rangers responded to the following search-and-rescue incidents in the Adirondacks from Oct. more »»

APA may amend Park’s master plan

October 14, 2014 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency has launched a process to amend the plan that guides the use of state land in the Park. more »»

DEC launches new Web page for hunting and fishing

October 14, 2014 The state Department of Environmental Conservation has made finding a place to hunt, fish or trap easier with the launch of the new “I Love NY Hunting” Web pag. more »»

Acid rain conference to be held in Saratoga

October 14, 2014 SARATOGA SPRINGS (AP) — A conference will be held this week to assess acid rain and the Adirondacks. more »»

Beaming onto Baker

October 13, 2014 more »»

Biologists seek more info on surviving bats

October 13, 2014 MONTPELIER, Vt. more »»

 
 
 

 

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