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‘Long haul’ for fire tower backers

April 3, 2014 RAY BROOK — Supporters of preserving a pair of historic Adirondack mountaintop fire towers say their long battle is almost ove. more »»

Board extends resort permit

April 1, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — The planning board here unanimously passed a resolution last Wednesday to extend a building permit for the Adirondack Club and Resort’s “great camp” lots. more »»

Carry on

April 1, 2014 more »»

Going nowhere

March 31, 2014 more »»

Environmental Protection Fund increase expected

March 31, 2014 Conservation groups are glad to see the state’s Environmental Protection Fund increased under a $140 billion budget agreement reached by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and legislative leader. more »»

St. Agnes celebrates Maple Weekend

March 31, 2014 LAKE PLACID — Sunday morning following Mass at S. more »»

N.Y. restores Adirondack pond to support trout

March 31, 2014 LOWVILLE (AP) — The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has started work to reintroduce brook trout to a remote Adirondack pond in the Five Ponds Wilderness Area. more »»

State proposes new recreation access points

March 29, 2014 The state is proposing 50 new outdoor access projects to connect hunters, anglers, bird watchers and other outdoor enthusiasts to about 380,000 acres of state-owned lands across New York. more »»

Fooling around with a few real-life pranks

March 29, 2014 It has been several years since I’ve last pennned a column for April Fools’ Day. more »»

Expect more snow this weekend (2nd update)

March 28, 2014 Get ready for more snow this weekend — but not as much as previously forecast, and likely mixed with rain and sleet. more »»

Could Whiteface stay open until May?

March 28, 2014 WILMINGTON — Coming off the heels of a colder-than-normal March, Whiteface Mountain Ski Center is poised to stay open deep into April and perhaps even May. more »»

Drury to share tales of Denali expedition

March 27, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Outdoor educator and adventurer Jack Drury will share his tales about his expedition on the 20,320-foot Mount McKinley in Denali National Park, Alaska in 1971 at 7 p.. more »»

Whiteface opens new ski trail

March 26, 2014 WILMINGTON — Whiteface Mountain Ski center officially opened its 87th trail for skiing and snowboarding when a ribbon was cut Tuesday for Rand’s Last Stand. The 4. more »»

Saranac Lake may amend code for new Dewey ski lodge

March 25, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — The village Board of Trustees is considering amending the village land-use code to accommodate a proposed new ski lodge at Dewey Mountain Recreation Center. more »»

State moves toward settling Township 40 dispute

March 25, 2014 RAQUETTE LAKE — More than 200 property owners here will receive letters asking if they want to resolve title issues to their properties as part of the Township 40 settlement, the state Department of... more »»

Paul Smith’s VIC hosts search and rescue training

March 24, 2014 PAUL SMITHS — The Paul Smith’s College VIC recently played host to a multi-agency search and rescue training excercise. more »»

Loon images preserved for modern age

March 22, 2014 From 1969 to 1987, Kip Taylor photographed and filmed loons on backwoods ponds that are now part of the St. Regis Canoe Area. more »»

Home was a relative term among early Adirondackers

March 22, 2014 For the past few weeks, I have used this space to review historic evidence of native peoples in the Adirondacks in an effort to consider the long-held notion that the Adirondack region has always... more »»

New coalition fights for gray wolves

March 21, 2014 A new coalition that includes numerous Adirondack organizations is fighting the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services’s plan to remove federal protections for gray wolves. more »»

 
 

 

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