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Step off the pavement for a healthy retreat

November 23, 2013 Game on! From all reports, it appears that the peak of the rut has arrived. The rut is a term used to describe the annual whitetail deer breeding seaso. more »»

Just dropping in

November 22, 2013 more »»

Cuomo is noncommittal on rail trail

November 21, 2013 LAKE PLACID — Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday that he’s not going to weigh in yet on one of the biggest ongoing battles in the Adirondacks — the future of the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor. more »»

Douglas settles longtime lawsuit

November 20, 2013 A Silver Lake man has agreed to settle the remaining claims in a multi-million-dollar federal lawsuit he brought against the state Adirondack Park Agency and the Adirondack Council. more »»

Hoyt article appears in Powder Magazine

November 19, 2013 SARANAC LAKE — A former Saranac Laker was featured in the November issue of Powder Magazine, a national publication that focuses on skiin. more »»

Cost of fire tower restoration questioned

November 19, 2013 RAY BROOK — The state may have to foot the bill to restore a pair of Adirondack fire towers unless groups that have pushed for their preservation can come up with the money. more »»

Full moon rising

November 18, 2013 more »»

Lower Sargent Pond reclaimed for brook trout

November 16, 2013 The state Department of Environmental Conservation reclaimed Lower Sargent Pond in Hamilton County in late October. During the week of Oc. more »»

In search of more snow at hunting camp

November 16, 2013 The month of November is already halfway gone, and there’s barely been enough snow to reveal deer tracks, much less ski tracks until this week. more »»

Paddler will speak about Arctic canoe trip

November 16, 2013 SARANAC LAKE — Most people have never been to the Arctic Circle, let alone paddled there. But you can count Lake Clear resident Bob Dedrick as one of those few. more »»

Downhillers' delight

November 15, 2013 WILMINGTON — There was a flock of turkeys on a grassy trail, at least one skier in sweatpants, and cobwebs hanging from one pair of skis seen riding up the gondola lift at the Whiteface Mountain Ski... more »»

Law OKs testing snowmobiles to limit noise

November 15, 2013 ALBANY — New York has established new standards for measuring snowmobile noise and identifying sleds that can be ticketed for being too loud. The law, approved late Wednesday by Gov. more »»

Whiteface will open Friday — earliest ever

November 14, 2013 WILMINGTON — Due to the combination of cold weather and recent snowfall, the state is opening its Whiteface and Gore Mountain ski centers this weekend, the earliest opening day ever for Whiteface. more »»

Big Tupper one step closer to opening

November 13, 2013 TUPPER LAKE — It will take more than volunteers to get Big Tupper Ski Area’s lifts running again. Paperwork, permits and inspections are also part of the preparatory process. more »»

DEC surveys deer hunters across the state

November 9, 2013 A statewide deer hunter survey that will help determine future deer regulations is currently underway. more »»

Challenges and rewards of sportsmen’s pursuits

November 9, 2013 As the regular big game hunting season shifts into full gear, North Country hunters are again learning how to deal with unexpectedly warm weather patterns that have limited the supply of any... more »»

NYCO spent $538,000 for vote

November 9, 2013 NYCO Minerals spent more than half a million dollars to win support for a controversial land swap with the state that voters approved Tuesday in a statewide referendum. more »»

Snowmaking begins at Whiteface

November 8, 2013 WILMINGTON — As real snowflakes drifted down from the sky, manmade ones started blowing on the slopes of Whiteface Mountain Ski Center today as artificial snowmaking began for the winter season. more »»

APA pushes Finch land decision back another month

November 7, 2013 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency has once again given itself an extra month to decide on the classification of former Finch, Pruyn and Co. timberlands in the central Adirondacks. more »»

Raquette Lake residents relieved by Prop 4 passing

November 7, 2013 Many Raquette Lake property owners feel a sense of relief after Tuesday, when voters approved Proposition 4, a constitutional amendment that is intended to clear up a 140-year-old land dispute there. more »»



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