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Adirondack Towns Consider New County

Local leaders in 10 Adirondack towns are thinking about breaking away to form their own county. It would include towns that are now part of Essex and Franklin counties. The idea is still in its infancy, but if it goes forward, Adirondack County would be the first new county in New York in 90 years. Chris Knight has more:  Go to full article

Museum of Comic Art Opens in Ticonderoga

The Cartoon Museum of the Adirondacks has a new home. The museum had a grand opening earlier this month in Ticonderoga. Todd Moe talks with Stan Burdick, who says his museum houses hundreds of originals and prints of comics, cartoons and editorial art.  Go to full article

Lake Placid: Film Forum Grows to Become a Film Festival

The Lake Placid Film Festival returns this summer, with new stars, new movies--and a new seminar program for young filmmakers. Martin Scorcese is the lead attraction. The legendary director will present a screening of a "lost" Italian film called The Leopard. As Brian Mann reports, the Festival's organizers describe this as a make-or-break season.  Go to full article

Sled Trail Raises Enforcement Concerns

Snowmobilers and local leaders praised Wednesday's announcement of $250,000 in state funding for a new snowmobile trail in the Five Ponds Wilderness Area. The Alice Brook...  Go to full article
Milton Sernett

Book: North Star Country: Upstate New York and the Crusade for African American Freedom

Todd Moe talks with Milton Sernett, author of the book North Star Country: Upstate New York and the Crusade for African American Freedom. Sernett teaches African...  Go to full article

Plante Scholarship Connects Generations of Doctors

The Adirondack Community Trust is accepting applications for the second round of the U. R. Plante Medical Scholarship Fund. The Plante Fund gives out an annual scholarship...  Go to full article

Meet the Masters: Rustic Furniture Maker Tom Phillips

More than a hundred years ago when great camps were being built for families like the Rockefellers and the Durants, many of the furnishings were designed to bring the woods...  Go to full article

UV Disinfection of Lake Placid Wastewater Funded

A sewage feud in the Adirondacks moved one step closer to resolution this week. Congressman John Sweeney says $1.4 million in federal money will go to upgrade Lake Placid's...  Go to full article

IP, Kodak Bounced From Wall Street's Premier Stock List

International Paper was delisted yesterday from the Dow Jones Industrial Average--an index of the country's top industrial stocks. The company operates a mill in Ticonderoga...  Go to full article

Tupper Lake: Public School Bible Study Rejected

This week, Tupper Lake's Board of Education rejected a proposal that a Bible study class be added as an elective to the school's curriculum. According to the Adirondack...  Go to full article

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