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Blanche Kreymborg: a fountain of modest wisdom

January 12, 2011 Blanche Kreymborg, gracious and kind, could teach us much about making the most of whatever fate comes our wa. more »»

Jack Drury: teaching and training in the Adirondacks

December 29, 2010 Jack Drury seems like a man who is comfortable with the story of his life so fa. more »»

Chief Keough and the Saranac Lake Volunteer Fire Department

December 22, 2010 If you talk to Brendan Keough, you’ll learn very little about him, but a lot about the work of the Saranac Lake Volunteer Fire Departmen. more »»

North Country bagpiper Cameron Anderson

December 16, 2010 You can see Cameron Anderson wearing a kilt and playing his bagpipes all around our region. But there is a lot more to this young man. Cameron grew up in Connecticut. more »»

Cathy and Jeff Romano: Bowling a perfect game

December 8, 2010 Romano’s Saranac Lanes is quiet for the moment while owners Cathy and Jeff get ready for another day at the bowling alley. more »»

Michael Ritchie loves running the rink

December 1, 2010 Michael Ritchie is a man fired up about his job. In his own words, “It has never really felt like work. I’ve just done what I love to do. more »»

Lynn and Tony Waickman: a life of interest

November 24, 2010 Lynn and Tony Waickman open the door to their lovely home overlooking the rambling Ray Brook, and there is an immediate sense of warmth and comfort. more »»

Mel Levine comes back to the place he cured

November 10, 2010 Mel Levine remembers growing up in a small, rural South Carolina town. “Remarkably, I think I got an excellent elementary and high school education in the little town I grew up in,” he said. more »»

Ruth Pino: changing the way students eat

November 3, 2010 Ruth Pino is not your stereotypical lunch lady. She is a petite, brunette dynamo, enthusiastic about healthy food choice. more »»

Nadia Korths creates art from life

October 29, 2010 It was a hot summer day when I visited Nadia Korths’s charming home, tucked into a Saranac Lake backstreet and surrounded by a profusion of wildflowers. more »»

Pastor Joann White: choosing to make a difference

October 20, 2010 Sitting down in the Great Hall in the rear of the First Presbyterian Church in Saranac Lake, the early snow cascading from the October sky, one feels a very real sense of warmth coming from the othe... more »»

Jenn Cantwell: teaching children the simple things

October 6, 2010 SARANAC LAKE — Jenn Cantwell sits in a room at Northern Lights School surrounded by wooden toys while showing a handmade wooden flute. more »»

The Brownell family goes green, gets healthier

September 29, 2010 It might seem strange, but the career of nurse practitioner Nicole Brownell proved to be a perfect platform from which to jump into hotel managemen. more »»

The Krafts: There’s no place like home

September 27, 2010 Rich and Cathy Kraft stand beaming in the entrance of their newly built, mostly finished home on state Route 30 near the south end of Upper Saranac Lake. more »»

Buddy Dumont surrounds himself with animals

September 15, 2010 “Pigs are fun,” Buddy Dumont said. “Chickens I like, too. They give me something to do.” This year, he’s only raising two pigs. In the past, he has raised three or four. more »»

Shawn Larabie: taking care of people

September 8, 2010 Shawn Larabie spent most of his life in Tupper Lake and never considered a career in nursing until a chance meeting with a U.S. Army recruiter would shape the rest of his lif. more »»

The Pastizzos send an important message

September 1, 2010 Frank and Susan Pastizzo, warm, generous and kind, live the message they bring to others. more »»

Michael Martin tests the local waters

August 18, 2010 Michael Martin is a limnologist. He explains, “It is the freshwater equivalent of an oceanographer. I’m a water quality doctor, studying lakes, ponds and rivers. more »»

Second lives: Al and Marilyn Romano

July 28, 2010 As I meet Al and Marilyn Romano at the door of their stylish home on Oseetah Lake, they are holding onto their exuberant dog Eddie, an 80-pound, wire-haired pointing Griffon who desires to greet thi... more »»

Jeannette Sheppard: Healing and helping

July 14, 2010 Jeannette Sheppard speaks softly about her lifelong passion for nursing. “I always wanted to be a nurse. I don’t know why,” she said. “I just like to take care of people. At times, it was trying. more »»

 
 

 

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