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Karen Lewis: Life as a writer

April 17, 2013 When Karen Lewis was young, she wanted to be a horse. When she realized that wasn’t going to work, she abandoned that idea and focused on her next passion, acting. more »»

Corey Iaria: Circling the country for the circus

February 20, 2013 “The circus is coming! The circus is coming!” For two years, Corey Iaria of Saranac Lake spoke those words daily as she traveled to small towns and urban centers across the country, hyping up the... more »»

Putting in work at Atlas Hoofed It Farm

August 1, 2012 SUGARBUSH — Life on the farm isn’t easy, but the Burke family is making it work. more »»

Part of a movement

July 5, 2012 Special to the Enterprise SARANAC LAKE — On June 12, more than 700 advocates for disability rights marched in the rain down Pennsylvania Avenue to the Capitol, chanting “ADA is here to stay!” and... more »»

Fuat Latif: self-sufficiency in the Adirondacks

May 16, 2012 Fuat Latif graduated from Northeastern University with a degree in civil engineering. Today, he calls himself a retired civil engineer. “I took early retirement,” he jokes. more »»

Hey Jarrad, what’s cookin’?

April 18, 2012 LAKE PLACID — For Jarrad Lang, the kitchen is like a second home. Lang, 36, is the executive chef at the Mirror Lake Inn, which includes two restaurants: The View and the Taste Bistr. more »»

‘Fluent’ emerges on the open mic scene

April 11, 2012 If you have gone to an open mic night at Paul Smith’s College lately, you would be aware of, and extremely impressed by, a 24-year-old up-and-comer who is reaching out to the local scene. more »»

Diane Bryjak makes a home, practice in the Ad’ks

March 27, 2012 Diane Bryjak and husband George moved to Bloomingdale in 2003 after George retired from teaching sociology at the University of San Diego. more »»

Beats by Bob: Stickney creates his own sound

March 14, 2012 In a region largely known for churning out bluegrass and folk music, Robert Stickney is doing his own thin. more »»

Barbara Marshall runs the food pantry with love

February 8, 2012 Barbara Marshall moved to Rainbow Lake in 1987. more »»

Judi Latt: Fixing computers is not her only strength

January 25, 2012 Judi Latt and her husband moved their young daughter to the Adirondacks in 1997 because they felt Saranac Lake was a nice place to raise children. She didn’t start out repairing computers. more »»

Keela Dates gives children of Kenya a ‘Reason to Smile’

December 29, 2011 Keela Dates planned to be a teacher. Then a 10-week stint as a volunteer in Kenya changed those plans. more »»

Christopher Buerkett keeps time

December 21, 2011 Christopher Buerkett admits it has been quite a journey to get where he is today, melding his vast job experiences with his many interests to form a unique combination editing and antique clock... more »»

There’s no place like Saranac Lake for Stan McGrain

December 14, 2011 The man waiting to ring up my gas and groceries at the Wilson Farms on Main Street in Saranac Lake smiles warmly and says, “Hello. more »»

Jean Rogers loves her new home in Saranac Lake

November 16, 2011 Jean Rogers was born at home in Willow Grove, Pa. in 1931. “We lived in a big old stone house with nice big rooms, an outdoor toilet, a pump outside for water, an oil stove for cooking,” she said. more »»

Going into the rhubarb business (yes, rhubarb)

November 9, 2011 Barb Rexilius and Sue Abbott-Jones are not taking the traditional retirement route. They are not relaxing on the beach but digging in the garden, sometimes even someone else’s. more »»

Helen Demong: an Adirondack woman who opens doors

November 2, 2011 Helen Demong has opened a lot of doors in her life. more »»

Jan West prefers the company of four-legged friends

October 19, 2011 Jan West loves dogs more than people. “Neither Jan, Trekker or Freddie can come to the phone right now,” is the message you hear when you call her number. more »»

Gail Meyer and her Binding Threads

October 12, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — Gail Meyer’s house is a tapestry of color as quilts, vintage pillowcases and sweater pieces hang over bannisters waiting to be reinvented into totes, pinafores and caps. more »»

Tim Tobin: a life learning the Adirondack ropes

October 5, 2011 The Adirondacks have a way of attracting people who become a part of the rich fabric of life here. Tim Tobin is a prime example. more »»

 
 
 

 

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