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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 »»

Paulette Peduzzi: Home is where the farm is

September 21, 2011 Paulette Peduzzi, head of the kitchen at North Country School, grew up on a Minnesota dairy farm with two brothers and two sisters. “We were self-sufficient,” Paulette said. more »»

Ted Mack: up close to the natural world

August 31, 2011 If you are ever lucky enough to spend a few hours chatting with local naturalist Ted Mack, you will come away dazed with stories of far travels and amazing wildlife sighting. more »»

Jessica Mulvey finds balance on the family farm

August 17, 2011 Special to the Enterprise Jessica Mulvey wants her children to grow up and love what they do. She is leading by example and practicing what she preaches. more »»

Jan Fitzgerald: an Adirondack woman with purpose

August 10, 2011 Growing up in Niagara Falls, Jan Fitzgerald never saw mountains. more »»

The Navarras live a full life in the Adirondacks

August 3, 2011 One can tell, upon meeting Michael, Carla and Markus Navarra at their modest yet pleasing to the eye home in Ray Brook, that they are living a full life here in the Adirondacks. more »»

Michelle Asselin gives animals the best life possible

July 27, 2011 Michelle Asselin grew up on a dairy farm in Nebraska. Today, she raises cows, pigs and chickens at Harmony Hills Farmstead in northern New York. more »»

The Tuckers stay active while preserving the past

July 20, 2011 Wayne and Betty Tucker always had an interest in history, but when their daughter, Jill Brockway, bought Charlie’s Inn in Lake Clear, the Tuckers began a quest for knowledge regarding the Lake Clear... more »»

Fran Yardley: a woman with a story to tell

July 13, 2011 You may have seen her in Pendragon Theatre’s “The Imaginary Invalid” as Beline, or as Ana in “The Clean House. more »»

Kate Bencze hopes to help her community

July 6, 2011 (Editor’s note: Eric Holmlund conducted an interview with Kate Bencze, a lifelong Tupper Lake resident, Occupational therapy assistant, community volunteer and Sunmount employee. more »»

Amy Cheney-Seymour: her own field of dreams

June 22, 2011 Amy Cheney-Seymour surrounds herself with nature while ducks, a 500-pound pig named Buckbeak, chickens, horses dogs and a cat mill peacefully around her 28-acre Stone Circle Farm on the Fletcher Far... more »»

Tracy Santagate: books, bikes, building and baskets

June 15, 2011 People come to the Adirondacks for a variety of reasons — sometimes to vacation, attend college or to visit friends. Tracy Santagate came to Paul Smiths from Hamilton, Mass. more »»

Julie King manages The Farmers’ Marketplace

May 25, 2011 Julie King is excited about her new job as manager of The Farmers’ Marketplace, a store that just opened in Tupper Lake. “I believe in eating local, healthy food that is sustainable. more »»

Amy Catania helps hold onto the past

May 18, 2011 Historic Saranac Lake Executive Director Amy Catania isn’t just about preserving Saranac Lake’s past but is very much looking into the balance between present and future. more »»

Gould Hoyt: forester, teacher and historian

May 11, 2011 The Keese Mills Road neighborhood in Paul Smiths is strung along about 4 miles from its corner with state Route 30. Houses are sometimes separated by long stretches of forest. more »»

Wayfarin’ strangers: Howie and Debbie Campbell

April 27, 2011 Debbie and Howie Campbell have been coming to the Tri-Lakes for the past six summers, performing in concerts throughout our region. This year, they also spent the winter here. more »»

Brandon Patterson, part of a theater ensemble

April 20, 2011 Pendragon Theatre company member Brandon Patterson admits to be bitten by the “acting bug” at quite an early age. more »»

Ellen Beberman: North Country gardener

March 30, 2011 Ellen and her husband Rich moved to the area in 1995. Soon after their passive solar house was built, Ellen began gardening. more »»

Deborah Misik: a sweet life

March 23, 2011 As assistant professor at Paul Smith’s College, Deborah Misik wears quite a few hats in the Hospitality, Resorts and Culinary Management School. more »»



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