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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 Daily Enterprise, board members said the program would be too expensive. Bill King, a local activist and former school board member, raised the idea. He says school officials are afraid to place the controversial issue on the ballot. He spoke with Brian Mann.  Go to full article
Tim Damon has been fishing North Country rivers and streams for more than 30 years.

2004 Trout Season Opens

Today is the official start of the trout fishing season in New York State, with some of the best trout streams here in the North Country. Anglers are digging out their hip waders and fishing poles. Experts say weather and water flow will best determine the outcome of the trout season. Todd Moe reports.  Go to full article
Ken Hill in his Atlasta Farms "office" in Lisbon

Redefining North Country Agriculture

There's a big change underway in North Country agriculture. The number of dairy farms has plummeted since the 1990s. Most of the victims are mid-size family operations. Large farms are on the rise, but so are small ones. According to the latest agricultural census, there are more 10 to 50 acre farms in New York now than any year since 1974. And most of those don't milk cows. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Natural Selections: Pristine Lakes

The Adirondacks can give the appearance of untouched wilderness, but almost everywhere, at some time in the past two centuries, humans have left their mark. Dr. Curt Stager...  Go to full article
Specialist Mike Ames in Iraq

NY Guard on the Ground in Iraq

Families from across the North Country have already begun hearing from their loved ones in Iraq. More than 700 members of New York's National Guard have begun a year-long...  Go to full article
<i>Uragsha</i> performs Tuesday night at 7 in Lake Placid

Preview: Traditional Music of Eastern Siberia

Some of the best Mongolian and Buryat musicians and singers of northern Asia are in the Adirondacks this week. Their visit is part of a series of international exchanges...  Go to full article

Commentary: On Improving the Weather

Deep in the layering of this long winter's snow, Fortune 500 refugee-turned-writer Fred Schneider once again finds himself battling his big business inclination to improve...  Go to full article
Grace Hudowalski. Tony Solomon photo

Adirondack Climbing Legend Hudowalski Dead At 98

Adirdondack legend Grace Hudowalski passed away Saturday morning at the age of 98. Hudowalski was a pioneering member of the Adirondack 46ers Club. She was the first woman...  Go to full article

Skier Dies on Whiteface

For the second time this winter a skier has died after hitting a tree while skiing at Whiteface Mountain at Wilmington. Chris Knight reports.  Go to full article
Brad Capelli bears a ski scar

After Four Deaths, NY Ski Resorts Talk Safety

Four people have died this winter while downhill skiing at resorts in the Adirondacks and the Catskill Mountains. A fifth skier remains hospitalized in Burlington weeks...  Go to full article

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