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Natalie Leduc: The stuff local legends are made of

October 22, 2008 Natalie Leduc. Champion skier is what many know about this outstanding athlete who only last year at age 77 finally stopped racin. more »»

Sylvia Cecunjanin: An Adirondack seamstress

October 15, 2008 An antique Singer sewing machine stands among ornate gowns in the window of Sylvia Cecunjanin’s boutique. Inside, are more evening gowns and business suit. more »»

Pat McCormick has a do-it-yourself attitude

October 9, 2008 “If anything needs fixing,” says Pat McCormick, “I can do it.” A glance at his living quarters would seem to confirm this. more »»

Building a life in the Ad’ks: David Woodward

October 7, 2008 The rhythmic clang of metal against metal is the first greeting at Train Brook Forge (www.trainbrookforge.com), Paul Smiths. more »»

Pat Howard: Fifty years of blue skies

September 25, 2008 In 1956, Elvis made his first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show and Jonas Salk developed the polio vaccine. more »»

Phyllis Norman Knobel cures with kindness

September 17, 2008 If you’ve been to the emergency room in years past, you may have met Phyllis Norman Knobel. A dedicated nurse, she elicits trust in her patients and those she worked with. more »»

Rev. Brock Baker new to clergy and Lake Placid

September 17, 2008 Though he appears and sounds to have always been a man of the cloth, the clergy was not Rev. Brock Baker’s first calling, and his path to the altar has been a circuitous journey. more »»

Bill Plumb perseveres to make his dream a reality

September 2, 2008 Imagination and thoughtful foresight, attributes of Bill Plumb, are best accompanied by a good supply of patience, for it takes just that to stick with an idea until others are ready to join... more »»

Jennifer Curry and Cat Micheels convey feeling through art

August 6, 2008 On Aug. 21, artists Cat Micheels and Jennifer Curry will welcome the public to “Now and Then,” a lively exhibit at the Saranac Lake Free Librar. more »»

George and Sue Stearns ride through life

July 31, 2008 “Having a broad variety of skills makes it easier to get by,” said George Stearns, speaking about how he and his wife, Sue, have managed all these years. more »»

Nancy Bernstein: Building an efficient lifestyle

July 16, 2008 To live well in the backwoods takes a wallop of independence, a heap of hard work and a parcel of self-sufficiency. Nancy Bernstein lives well. more »»

Michael Baryk enjoys the city life and the country

July 8, 2008 Few would have guessed that Mike Baryk’s boyhood fascination with model airplane building would one day lead to an enthralling career in the aeronautics industry, eventually earning him a certificat... more »»

Roger Loud: From math to mountain climbing

July 8, 2008 Fortunate are those whose special experiences as children set them on the path to rewarding lives as adults. Roger Loud is such a person. more »»

Jason Martin: One boy’s point of view

July 8, 2008 Jason Alan Martin was born in north Philly. “I live near Reading now,” Jason says. “Some people call me ‘Jam,’ mostly my friends. more »»

Jennifer Perry thinks globally and acts locally

June 23, 2008 Jennifer Perry had long wondered what she could do about the declining state of the environment. Rather than just complain, she sought some kind of positive actio. more »»

Outdoorsman Ed Rogers lives life on the ‘fly’

June 13, 2008 Filled with bright daylight, Ed Rogers’s den reflects his love for both the outdoors and literature: book-laden shelves line the walls, topped off with salmon and trout fly displays, duck... more »»

Lanthier helps educate in and out of the classroom

June 4, 2008 TUPPER LAKE — Louise Lanthier has lived in Tupper Lake her whole life, but it wasn’t until her adult years that she ventured into the backcountry and gained a new perspective on her home turf. more »»

Jim Hoit: An zest for life fueled by the art of healing

May 30, 2008 Jim Hoit, born in Malone in 1951, has a family tree with deep roots in early America and the North Country. more »»

Dressing the part: Kent Streed plays it up at Pendragon

May 22, 2008 Painted sky blue and white, a spacious room on the second floor of the Pendragon Theatre, tucked up under a sloping ceiling, overflows with piles of multi-colored fabrics and scattered... more »»

Charlie Hoffer sets the standard for athletic excellence

May 14, 2008 Charlie Hoffer, of Tupper Lake, has a lot of framed photos of his adventures, but one of his favorites is a copy of the Feb. 27, 1961 issue of Sports Illustrate. more »»

 
 

 

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