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Wilmington pentathlon adapting to conditions

April 3, 2012 WILMINGTON — An unlucky year weather-wise has made planning difficult for a new race scheduled in Wilmington on Saturday, April 14, but the organizers of the Rites of Spring Pentathlon are still... more »»

Angler’s dream: Clear ponds on opening day

March 31, 2012 Following a week of record-setting temperatures, spring has sprung onto the scene. more »»

Fire danger a concern because of dry conditions

March 28, 2012 RAY BROOK — The National Weather Service issued a “Hazardous Weather Outlook” for much of the northern Adirondacks Tuesday, March 27 because conditions were conducive for fires, although none of th... more »»

Maine guide shares insights on hunting deer

March 24, 2012 SCHROON LAKE — Master Maine guide and outfitter Randy Flannery was the featured speaker at the 17th annual Adirondack Sportsmen’s dinner Saturday at Mountainside Bible Church. more »»

Adirondack guides adjust, thrive in modern times

March 22, 2012 The stereotypical image of an Adirondack guide is that of a grizzled old woodsman dressed in woolies that are hitched up by a set of red suspenders and cuffed to permit a fair view of a pair of... more »»

Spring delights starting to surface early

March 14, 2012 It appears spring is well on its way to arriving in a timely fashion. Most of the traditional indicators appear to suggest the transition will be expedited this year. more »»

Ski festival provides late-season boost

March 10, 2012 Although spring is scheduled to arrive in less than two weeks, it appears winter is attempting to make a slow exi. more »»

Under-publicized event shows VIC’s potential

March 9, 2012 On Friday night, I went to the Paul Smith’s College VIC’s “Bunny Boot Ball” and was pleasantly surprised. more »»

One treasure that has never been found

March 3, 2012 Several weeks back, I published an article entitled “Lost and Found. more »»

DEC advises backcountry visitors to be prepared for winter conditions throughout most of the Adirondacks

March 1, 2012 ALBANY — Visitors to the backcountry of the Adirondacks should be prepared and have proper clothing and equipment for snow, ice and cold the New York State Department of Environmental... more »»

Ski star to arrive just in time for snow

February 29, 2012 LAKE PLACID — Two key elements were scheduled to arrive just in time for the Adirondack Backcountry Ski Festival this week: another snowstorm and Glen Plake, who is considered by some to be the... more »»

No snow to be had, so let’s get on with spring

February 25, 2012 It appears that the “winter that wasn’t” may finally be coming to an end. Thank heaven. more »»

Martens leads ski trip to Camp Santanoni

February 22, 2012 NEWCOMB — The Adirondack Park is well known for its natural places: vast forests, quiet backcountry ponds and rugged High Peaks.  On Monday, Feb. more »»

In search of winter alternatives

February 18, 2012 As the region sinks deeper into the depths of the winter that wasn’t, snowless conditions appear to have persisted far longer than anyone had expecte. more »»

Making an effort to salvage the season

February 16, 2012 Generally, I try to get out and ski four or five times per week during the winter months. That hasn’t been the case at all this year. more »»

Trail could help Wilmington’s economy

February 11, 2012 The state Department of Environmental Conservation opened a new snowmobile trail in Wilmington earlier this winter in what was a big step toward Wilmington becoming a desired destination for... more »»

Winter, from the inside out

February 10, 2012 While sitting in my small office on a chilly February morning, I weighed my options for the day. more »»

Lost and found in the woods and streams

February 3, 2012 In the process of searching for an appropriate topic for this week’s column, an obvious subject came to mind. I immediately wrote it down before I forgot what it was. more »»

State proposes bobcat plan

January 25, 2012 The state Department of Environmental Conservation has released its proposed five-year bobcat management plan and is looking for feedback from the public. more »»

A primer on avalanche education

January 18, 2012 KEENE — Avalanches are considered rare occurrences in the Adirondack backcountry. I’ve heard more lament and concern about icy conditions than the potential for snow to slide down a mountainside. more »»



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