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Loppet skiers enjoy prime conditions

March 10, 2014 LAKE PLACID — Rescheduling the Lake Placid Loppet cross country ski races this year couldn’t have worked out any better. more »»

APA to consider Macchio’s zip line

March 10, 2014 RAY BROOK — State Adirondack Park Agency commissioners will consider approving a zip line proposed by the father of “Karate Kid” actor Ralph Macchio at its meeting this week. more »»

Davenport describes descent of Lhotse Face

March 8, 2014 KEENE VALLEY — Few people have summited Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world at 29,029 feet, and even fewer have skied the nearby Lhotse Face while doing it. more »»

Native Adirondackers and their distinct cultural identity

March 8, 2014 Over the years I have listened to lecturers, educators and hosts of other acknowledged experts explain how the Adirondack region got its name. more »»

ACR has letters of interest for 6 lots

March 6, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — Tom Lawson, one of the leaders behind the Adirondack Club and Resort project, gave about 40 people an update on the status of the project, and the court battle it has been embroiled in... more »»

On top of the Adirondacks

March 5, 2014 The recent cold, crisp temperatures have made views from local summits quite a site. more »»

Grant will fund expanded boat inspections

March 4, 2014 PAUL SMITHS — Paul Smith’s College will use a $500,000 federal grant to expand its boat inspection program and help further protect Adirondack lakes from invasive specie. more »»

Fishin’ tradition

March 4, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — When an event can be held annually for decades in a row, and even become a local tradition, things need to fall into place to help make it happen. more »»

The late Bill Frenette’s book recalls his weekly columns

March 4, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — For a dozen years, the late Bill Frenette captured the times and culture of Tupper Lake with a weekly column for the Tupper Lake Free Pres. more »»

Decision on rail trail slow in coming

March 3, 2014 ALBANY — Five months ago there appeared to be a light at the end of the tunnel for a decades-long debate over whether to repair railroad tracks running through the Adirondack Mountains or rip them u... more »»

1755 battle site in Lake George covered up

March 3, 2014 LAKE GEORGE — The French and Indian War battle won here by green Colonial troops is just a footnote in most history books, but the way Randy Patten sees it, the New England farmers who fell during a... more »»

Rediscovering natural beginnings

March 1, 2014 Human beings are largely all-natural, purely organic creatures when they first arrive on this earth. more »»

AuSable River Association welcomes new leadership

March 1, 2014 The Ausable River Association has announced that Kelley Tucker will replace Corrie Miller as Executive Director of the organization. more »»

Uphill battle

March 1, 2014 LAKE PLACID — Paralympic sit-skier and wheelchair track athlete Chris Waddell, who climbed the 19,340-foot Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania using a specially designed hand cycle, will be in Lake Placid... more »»

NFCT names new director

March 1, 2014 Warren Cook, president of the board of directors of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail, has announced that Karrie Thomas is its new Executive Director. more »»

Backcountry Ski Festival returns this weekend

February 28, 2014 KEENE VALLEY — The 12th annual Adirondack Backcountry Ski Festival, hosted by The Mountaineer gear store, will take place Saturday and Sunday. more »»

Floyd Lampart to recount journey around U.S.

February 26, 2014 Lake Clear cyclist Floyd Lampart will share stories and photos from his 11,346 mile trip last year around the continental United States at the Paul Smith’s College VIC at 7 p.m. Thursday. more »»



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