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Senate Considers Acid Rain Legislation

The Adirondack Council will testify today before a U.S. Senate panel considering acid rain legislation introduced at the request of President Bush as his "Clear Skies Initiative". The Adirondack Council says the proposed emissions cuts would be sufficient to stop acid rain by the end of the decade. Martha Foley talks with Adirondack Council spokesman John Sheehan about the "Clear Skies" testimony and about a controversial land deal pending in St. Lawrence County.  Go to full article

SARS Preparation in North Country

With two documented cases of SARS in the Jefferson County, and dozens of people ill in Ontario, hospitals in the North Country are getting ready. Officials at the Adirondack Medical Center in Saranac Lake say patients with a high temperature and respiratory problems will be sent directly to the Emergency Department.  Go to full article

Trout Season Opens

Whether it feels like spring or not, April 1st is the official start of trout fishing season in New York State. Some of the best trout streams are here in the North Country, and many anglers spent the month of March preparing their fishing gear in anticipation. But there are high water warnings today, and as the experts say, weather and water flow will best determine the outcome of the trout season. Todd Moe has more.  Go to full article

Facing Tax Hikes, Schools Slash Budgets

Across the country, schools are facing their worst fiscal crisis in years. In every part of the North Country, school boards and superintendents were looking at deficits in...  Go to full article

Biologist Devotes Life to Island Wolves

It's been a cold winter this year, especially for Rolf Peterson. Peterson is a wildlife biologist who studies wolves and moose on Isle Royale. Every year starting in January...  Go to full article

Gray Wolf Protections Reduced

The federal government has downgraded the Gray Wolf from "endangered" to "threatened" under the Endangered Species Act. The move reduces the amount of federal protection for...  Go to full article

River Ice Moves: Still Some Risk of Floods

After a hard winter, the North Country's frozen rivers are breaking up, sending rafts of ice a foot thick downstream. In parts of the region, ice jams have formed, flooding...  Go to full article

Newcomb School Reopens After Roof Collapse

Newcomb Central School is open today, as school officials continue to investigate a structural problem in its gymnasium. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article

Wanted: Tasty Apple Recipes

Adirondack Life magazine is looking for the region's best apple recipes. The apple cookoff follows an earlier call for maple recipes that drew scores of entries. ...  Go to full article

DEC Hosts Discussion of Grass River Unit Management Plan

The Department of Environmental Conservation is holding an open house tonight to talk about the Grass River unit management plan. Jody Tosti has more.  Go to full article

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