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Keep the flood flowing

January 20, 2012 Irene is long gone, but the tropical storm’s aftermath is still being felt in the North Country. more »»

An ode to someone who cared about Lake Placid

January 13, 2012 Anytime a community loses one of its members, it is a sad day. When a community loses someone who cared as deeply for his community as Vern Lamb, it is all the more sadde. more »»

GUEST COMMENTARY: Time for change

December 30, 2011 The chaos occurring within the walls of Lake Placid High School is no secret to many of you local residents. more »»

A sorry mess

December 17, 2011 The Lake Placid Central School District has found itself in a messy situation with the accusation by middle-high school Principal Katherine Mulderig that she was discriminated against because of he... more »»

Shopping is a local issue

December 9, 2011 Black Friday has come and gone and the holiday shopping season is in full swing. It’s a great time to support our local shop. more »»

A first-time Lake Placid event

October 7, 2011 This weekend is lined up to be another spectacular Lake Placid weekend with not only the annual Flaming Leaves Festival at the ski jumps, but there’s a new event on tap as well. more »»

Helping those in need

October 3, 2011 A big round of applause goes out to all those who helped the flood victims in our area who were impacted by Tropical Storm Irene. more »»

A bear-y good family event

September 17, 2011 It is time once again for the annual Kiwanis Teddy Bear Picnic and parade, and it’s a great opportunity for parents to treat their children to a truly special Lake Placid event. more »»

Pulling together after Irene

September 12, 2011 Once again the residents of the North Country have been forced to pull together — this time in the wake of destruction in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, which hit our region as a tropical storm o... more »»

Ironman and Lake Placid must remain united

July 25, 2011 A big Lake Placid welcome to all the Ironman competitors and their families. more »»

Support the new convention center

July 25, 2011 Lake Placid can be proud now that its new convention center can host large groups in its 90,000 square feet of meeting and exhibition space. more »»

Olympian efforts for local events

July 8, 2011 Hat’s off to the Olympic Village and all those involved for putting on another great Fourth of July celebration. more »»

Graduates: just follow the residue

June 27, 2011 Once again it’s time to congratulate another graduating class —the Class of 2011. more »»

Volunteering for a local fire department: an important duty

April 28, 2011 A report in this week’s Lake Placid News indicates a need for volunteer firefighters in several local departments — a need that is mirrored throughout the stat. more »»

Welcome Hannaford

April 22, 2011 What was once a Grand Union and then a Tops, is now a Hannaford. The new supermarket, in the Cold Brook Plaza, will open up Saturday, March 16. more »»

Ride on

April 7, 2011 It’s great news that Wilmington will host a qualifying race for the Leadville Trail 100, one of the most prestigious and well-known mountain biking races in North America. more »»

Working as a team for Lake Placid

April 1, 2011 Congratulations to incumbent Jason Leon and political newcomer Peter Holderied on being elected to the Lake Placid Village Board of Trustee. more »»

Build on the spirit of The Games

March 11, 2011 Well, it’s one down and many more to g. more »»

A royal cheer, some snow thanks and a warm LP welcome

February 25, 2011 A Winter Carnival concluded over the weekend — but not the one in a neighboring village that gets most of the attention. more »»

ESG Festival and another strong community effort

February 17, 2011 Once again Lake Placid is pulling together to host a high-profile event with the Empire State Games, which take place Feb. 25 to 27. more »»

 
 

 

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