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It's official: Lake Placid lands World University Games

March 5, 2018 LAKE PLACID — Nobody else could’ve won it, literally. more »»

ON THE SCENE: Town of Keene tries to heal after racist remark

March 2, 2018 We all make mistakes. Who hasn’t? Some, however, can cause pain, embarrassment and strain our social fabric. Last week, Maria Gates’s poor judgment did that to a profound degree. more »»

UP CLOSE: Golden moments

March 2, 2018 LAKE PLACID — Olympic figure skaters Sasha Cohen, Meryl Davis and Charlie White were the first to enter the Hershey’s Winterfest social media truck Saturday, Fe. more »»

ADIRONDACK LIVING: Brooklyn native finds sense of belonging in mountains

March 2, 2018 SARANAC LAKE — John Vallini climbed the 2,876 feet to the top of Mount Jo in Lake Placid, taking in the scenery of the Adirondack High Peaks ahead and Heart Lake below. more »»

ARTIST PROFILE: Holmes ready to take on the lead role in LPHS musical

March 2, 2018 LAKE PLACID—After starring as Charlie Bucket in Lake Placid High School’s production of “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” while in seventh grade, Cooper Holmes returns to the stage as the lead... more »»

Paul Smith’s College faces TRiO funding dilemma

March 2, 2018 PAUL SMITHS — Students and staff at Paul Smith’s College celebrated the 53rd anniversary of the TRiO program, a federal education program that supports first-generation and low-income students,... more »»

Whiteface ski patrol legend died doing what he loved

March 2, 2018 WILMINGTON — The mood on Whiteface Mountain has been a somber one for the past few days. A ski patroller who’s been at the mountain since the very beginning in 1958 is no longer there. more »»

Moose count drops to 400 in the Adirondack Park

March 2, 2018 RAY BROOK — For the fourth year in a row, contractors and partners of the state Department of Environmental Conservation were out looking for and collaring moose in the Adirondacks. more »»

Despite weather, Adirondack Snowshoe Festival delights crowds

March 2, 2018 SARANAC LAKE — The inaugural Adirondack Snowshoe Festival took place at area venues over the Feb. more »»

Preview of this week's Lake Placid News

March 1, 2018 LAKE PLACID — Correspondent/columnist Naj Wikoff connected with members of the Keene community this week for his On the Scene column to see how they are dealing with a racist remark that recently... more »»

Bombers' nordic dynasty continues

February 28, 2018 NORTH CREEK — If the third was sweet, then the fourth was even sweeter. more »»

State champs x4

February 27, 2018 more »»

EYE ON BUSINESS: Lake Placid Pub and Brewery stays strong in a lite world

February 23, 2018 LAKE PLACID — Lake Placid Pub and Brewery owner Chris Ericson was ahead of the curve in terms of New York brewers when he opened his business in 1996. more »»

Lake Placid resident Dylan Ratigan runs for Congress

February 23, 2018 SARANAC LAKE — A native of this village and current resident of Lake Placid, Dylan Ratigan has decided to run for New York’s 21st Congressional District seat. more »»

Lake Placid Film Forum moves to the fall

February 23, 2018 LAKE PLACID — The Lake Placid Film Forum is moving from mid-June to late October, Adirondack Film Society officials announced Tuesday, Feb. 20 at the Palace Theatr. more »»

Leather for Team USA gloves produced in NY

February 23, 2018 GLOVERSVILLE — For the team at Sunderland Leather, the start of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, was specia. more »»

DEC: Fewer peregrine nests last year in Adirondacks

February 23, 2018 RAY BROOK — A report from the state Department of Environmental Conservation says that peregrine falcon breeding was down last year, but also notes that a lack of staffing is hindering monitoring... more »»

Adirondack leaders oppose state land PILOT proposal

February 23, 2018 SARANAC LAKE — New York’s budget chief says local governments would get as much or more money under a proposal to switch state land property taxes to payments in lieu of taxes (PILOTs). more »»

DEC seeking campground ambassadors

February 23, 2018 The state Department of Environmental Conservation is looking for volunteers to stay at Catskill and Adirondack campgrounds and help introduce new campers to the joy of camping this summer. more »»

 
 

 

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