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State silent on next steps after judge shot down rail-trail plan

October 6, 2017 SARANAC LAKE — Last week, an acting state Supreme Court justice put an end to years of debate over what would happen with a 34-mile stretch of train tracks when he sided with an upstate railroad in... more »»

Gillibrand visits Paul Smith’s to push new invasives law

October 6, 2017 PAUL SMITHS — New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-New York, visited Paul Smith’s College Monday, Oct. 2 to announce a new law that she hopes will pass with bipartisan suppor. more »»

Gillibrand blasts Congress in wake of Las Vegas shootings

October 6, 2017 PAUL SMITHS — A sitting United States senator blasted her congressional colleagues Monday afternoon, Oct. more »»

Vaccination rates in local schools reassuring

October 6, 2017 SARANAC LAKE — Cold and flu season is getting underway, and if you have kids in school, it’s likely they will stay home some time over the winter, thanks to the travels of infectious germs from one... more »»

NCCC, SUNY Potsdam plan Pathways program

October 6, 2017 SARANAC LAKE — Officials at North Country Community College and SUNY Potsdam are planning a new program, in which students could begin their college career as matriculated NCCC students, but live on... more »»

Editors' preview of this week's Lake Placid News

October 5, 2017 LAKE PLACID — The Lake Placid News this week highlights the state Department of Environmental Conservation's experiment this holiday weekend to shut down the parking lots at the Cascade and Pitchoff... more »»

Cascade detour

October 5, 2017 LAKE PLACID — The state is temporarily rerouting hikers in a big way this weekend, via a nearby state-owned sports facility and private land. more »»

Lake Placid becomes Rangers nation

October 3, 2017 LAKE PLACID — Red and blue were very prevalent colors Monday morning in downtown Lake Placid. And the closer the streets got to the Olympic Center, those colors became a steady stream. more »»

Skating legend remembered for grace on and off the ice

October 2, 2017 The figure skating world was shocked and saddened by the passing of skating legend Ludmila Belousova Protopopov, who had been suffering from stomach cancer. more »»

Lake Placid plans how it would host 2023 World University Winter Games

September 29, 2017 LAKE PLACID — As the end-of-year deadline to submit a formal application for the 2023 World University Winter Games draws nearer, it appears an Adirondack games won’t have to worry about... more »»

Cascade trailhead to be temporarily relocated

September 29, 2017 LAKE PLACID — The state Department of Environmental Conservation will temporarily move hikers from the popular, and often overflowing, parking areas outside of Lake Placid due to an anticipated crus... more »»

Editors’ preview of this week’s Lake Placid News

September 29, 2017 News broke on deadline Wednesday as we were finalizing this week’s Lake Placid News print edition. Reporter Justin A. Levine got a tip that at long last, Judge Robert Main J. more »»

No other bidders so far

September 29, 2017 LAKE PLACID — As the end-of-year deadline to submit a formal application for the 2023 World University Winter Games draws nearer, it appears an Adirondack games won’t have to worry about competition. more »»

UP CLOSE: Couple runs bistro for ‘hard-working people’

September 29, 2017 LAKE PLACID — Curious decor abounds at every turn at Dennis and Andrea Lautenschuetz’s Salt of the Earth Bistro on Sentinel Road. more »»

Railway on track to store train cars in North Creek

September 28, 2017 NORTH CREEK — As the Saratoga and North Creek Railway plans to bring in revenue by storing train cars from other companies, environmental organizations are calling for the state to reject the plan i... more »»

Foster takes broken glass and turns it into art

September 28, 2017 LAKE PLACID — Robin Foster has her own ideas of artist supplies that most definitely do not include paints, easels, clay or canvas. more »»

Placid mayor: Electric repairs with rails may be possible

September 28, 2017 LAKE PLACID — National Grid will use equipment that can ride atop the rails to inspect the electric line and power poles that travel through a right-of-way that feeds electricity to this village. more »»

Sharing fond memories and journeys of Skip Baker

September 28, 2017 LAKE PLACID — Skip Baker assured David Gomlak and Terri Maxymillian that he could give “the nickel tour. more »»

Enrollment down at NCCC but better than expected

September 28, 2017 SARANAC LAKE — Enrollment at North Country Community College continues to decline, in keeping with a downward trend across the natio. more »»

Small classes enjoyed despite lower enrollment at Paul Smith’s

September 28, 2017 PAUL SMITHS — Enrollment numbers are down this semester at Paul Smith’s College, and while the administration works to raise them in the interest of increased funding, many students and professors... more »»

 
 

 

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