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Farm Advocates In Adirondacks Say the Future is Local

On Wednesday, a group of farmers and local leaders from the Adirondacks traveled to Quebec. They made the trip to learn about strategies for developing and marketing local produce, everything from organic wheat to apple wine. Tom Both is supervisor in the town of Keene and heads a group called Adirondack Harvest. He spoke with Brian Mann about what he describes as a renaissance for the region's farms and orchards.  Go to full article
Scene from Micheaux's "Within Our Gates"

Choosing Films for LP Festival, an Art in Itself

The Lake Placid Film Festival has unveiled a schedule of more than sixty features and documentaries, including twelve world premieres. The cornerstone event will be the appearance of acclaimed director Martin Scorcese. There will also be plenty of independent and foreign films. The Festival's program director, Alan Hofmanis, says the unique line-up reflects a kind of personal intuition. Hofmanis spoke with Brian Mann.  Go to full article
St. Olaf Chapel is right across the road from Brynilsen's Viking Village on Fourth Lake.

Sacred Space: A Visit to St. Olaf Chapel

Next time you travel along Fourth Lake's South Shore Road between Inlet and Old Forge, keep an eye out for a tiny chapel hidden in the woods, just off the road. Todd Moe stumbled across the little church while tracking another story. For years, Scandinavian-Americans in the region, mostly seasonal residents in the Adirondacks, have flocked to St. Olaf Chapel during summer vacation. No lutefisk or lefse dinners, but this year marks the rustic church's 50th anniversary of Lutheran faith and Nordic fellowship.  Go to full article
<i>Adirondac</i> on the move

Cruise Ship Resumes Slow Journey Between Ticonderoga and Lake George

The cruise ship is once again cruising, sort of, in Ticonderoga this morning. The big truck that's hauling the 115-foot-long Adirondac is on the move, making its way...  Go to full article
State assemblyman Howard Mills

Republican Candidate for Senate Visits Canton

The Republican likely to challenge Senator Charles Schumer in November made a brief swing through the North Country yesterday. After an appearance at a diner in Keene...  Go to full article

Whiteface Plan Includes Day-Use Rental Cabins

The Adirondack Park Agency is poised to approve a new plan for the ski area at Whiteface Mountain. The most controversial addition will be a series of rental day-use cabins....  Go to full article
Lampson Falls

A Whitewater Paddle on the Grasse River

The high water season of spring gives paddlers an opportunity to run the North Country's best stretches of whitewater. Every year the Adirondack Mountain Club's Laurentian...  Go to full article

Iraq Diary, Pt. 6: Daily Life Brings Long Hours, Tension

The situation in Iraq is tense these days for hundreds of National Guard and Reserve soldiers from northern New York. The armed uprising continues and temperatures have...  Go to full article

Massena Businessman Proposes Regional Airline

The federal program that subsidizes air service in rural areas, including the North Country, has faced cuts under the current budget deficit. Lawmakers have fought to keep...  Go to full article

Thousands of Uninsured in Tri-Lakes: Most Have Jobs

A survey published this week found that more than three thousand people in the Tri-Lakes area are living without health insurance. The Adirondack Medical Center is heading a...  Go to full article

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