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Preventing Flu at School: To Close or Not

Yesterday, Colton-Pierrepont schools closed due to a large number of students reporting flu-like symptoms. According to the Watertown Daily Times, Guardino Elementary School in Clayton stayed open despite 15% of the student body being home sick. David Sommerstein got two opinions on whether closing school for a day helps stall spreading the flu.  Go to full article
Transferred land (left of photo) as seen from Thomas Mtn.

Lake George: State Protects 1300 Acres

New York state will pay roughly 900 thousand dollars to preserve a big chunk of open space in the Lake George basin. The deal announced Tuesday will protect thirteen hundred acres around Northwest Bay, in the town of Bolton. The land is adjacent to the Pharoah Lake Wilderness Area. There are already three miles of hiking trails on the property, including a path to Pole Hill Pond, a pristine spring-fed lake. Gov. George Patki said the conservation effort would improve the health of the Lake George eco-system. The deal was brokered by the Lake George Land Conservancy. Brian Mann spoke with Lynn Schuman, the Conservancy's executive director.  Go to full article
APA Chairman Ross Whaley

Critics Say Park Agency Missing Important Issues

The Adirondack Park Agency held its monthly meeting last week in Lake Placid. The two-day session drew little attention, in part because very little happened. The agenda was so light that APA chairman Ross Whaley raised the idea of shortening some future meetings to a single day. As Brian Mann reports, some critics say too many issues are being handled by the Park Agency's staff, without public review by commissioners.  Go to full article

Holiday music from Martha Gallagher and Sue Grimm

Martha Gallagher and Sue Grimm brought holiday cheer to the NCPR on December 12, 2003. Martha, aka the Adirondack Harper, has a new cd of holiday music called For The Love Of...  Go to full article
David Pamperin

Blue Mt. Lake: Adirondack Museum Hires New Director

The Adirondack Museum in Blue Mt. Lake has hired a new director. David Pamperin will take over in mid-January. He comes from Wisconsin, where he ran a system of historical...  Go to full article

Apparent Prisoner Suicides at Dannemora Investigated

State prison officials say they're investigating three apparent suicides at the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora. The three deaths at the maximum security prison...  Go to full article

Critics: International Paper Concealed Test Results

International Paper's move to use old tires for fuel at the company's mill in Ticonderoga may have hit another snag. A pro-environment group has released results from a...  Go to full article

Books: A Fountain Filled with Blood

Mystery writer Julia Spencer-Fleming is out with a new novel set in the southern Adirondacks. A Fountain Filled with Blood is the second in her Reverend Clare...  Go to full article

Schools Evacuated in Lake Placid

School officials in Lake Placid evacuated hundreds of children yesterday, after a bomb threat was phoned in to the school district office early Monday morning. ...  Go to full article

Wisebuys Deal Crumbles Over Village Demands

The Wisebuys retail store was one signature away from opening its doors before Christmas, at a new location in Saranac Lake. The last-minute deal fell through when village...  Go to full article

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