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Wood Power Electric Generator Planned for Tupper

With oil prices hovering at record levels, more north country families are using wood stoves as a primary heating source. New York state is now exploring the possibility of generating electricity using wood waste from the region's logging industry. On a visit this week to Tupper Lake, Governor Patki unveiled a state plan to build an experimental wood-powered generator in the village. Brian Mann has details.  Go to full article
<i>The Way Home</i> is published by Tupelo Press

Books: The Way Home

Writer and editor Bibi Wein's credits include daytime serials for CBS, NBC, ABC and articles and essays for a variety of magazines, including Adirondack Life. The Olmstedville resident, who divides her time between a Manhattan apartment and a log cabin in the Adirondacks, is out with a new book, The Way Home - A Wilderness Odyssey. Within the first dozen pages, Bibi and her partner, Bob, are lost in the woods on a mid-summer evening. But Bibi told Todd Moe that her book is more than a story of getting lost. It tells of love, loss, humor and discovery in the Adirondacks.  Go to full article
Edwin Barker, Principal Double Bass, Boston Symphony    Orchestra

Preview: Bassist Ed Barker Returns to Home Turf

Double bassist Edwin Barker is recognized as one of the most gifted bassists on the American concert scene. He returns to the North Country on Sunday for a concert at the Saranac Central School Auditorium (3 pm). Hill and Hollow Music presents this all-Schubert chamber music program as part of its 10th anniversary season. Barker will be joined on-stage by the piano trio Triple Helix and violist Brian Lindgren. Barker told Todd Moe that Sunday's concert marks his first public performance in the region in 30 years.  Go to full article
FraudFrond.com collects camouflaged cell tower photos, such as this ersatz fir.

Cell Tower "Frankenpine" an Eyesore, or a Clever Solution

Cell phones are taken for granted in most of the U.S. They're a part of everyday life. But in parts of the country where scenery is cherished, cell phone towers are often...  Go to full article

Kerry's Defeat Humbling For Region's Peace Activists

In the final weeks of the presidential campaign, Senator John Kerry expressed deep doubts about the war in Iraq. The anti-war movement -- including groups here in the north...  Go to full article
Laura Knight & Aedin Moloney in <i>Talent</i>  (Photo by Nick Drakides)

Preview: Talent in Chestertown

The cast of English playwright Victoria Wood's award-winning play Talent will bring their Off-Broadway production to the Town Theatre in the Town of Chester Municipal...  Go to full article

Burn Barrel Campaign Fires Up Debate

A new multi-state initiative to reduce air pollution from burn barrels and other forms of trash burning is receiving mixed reviews in New York. Last week the Department of...  Go to full article
Gregor Piatigorsky, age 11, at the Moscow Conservatory of Music

Books: Grisha, Biography of Cellist Gregor Piatigorsky

After five years of research and many interviews, an Elizabethtown author has written a biography of Russian-American cellist Gregor Piatigorsky. Margaret Bartley's book,...  Go to full article

DEC, Towns to Negotiate on IP Deal

State environmental officials say they'll continue to work with towns in St. Lawrence County that have vetoed their portion of a massive land deal with International Paper. ...  Go to full article

St. Lawrence County Towns Veto IP Land Deal

At least three towns in southern St. Lawrence County are taking on Albany over a massive land deal with International Paper. Colton, Piercefield, and Hopkinton have vetoed...  Go to full article

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