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Primary Preview: 113th Assembly District

Voters across the North Country will go to the polls next Tuesday to decide party primaries. In the 113th Assembly district, a strong field of Republicans and Democrats are campaigning hard. At a debate last night in Glens Falls, the five candidates answered questions about economic development and the future of the Adirondack Park. Brian Mann has our story.  Go to full article

Preview: Adirondack Storytelling Festival

The McCauley Mountain Chalet in Old Forge hosts the Adirondack Storytelling Festival this Sunday, September 8th. It's a day of tall tales, true stories, music and Adirondack crafts. Todd Moe talks with storyteller Joe Bruchac about the event.  Go to full article

Lake Placid Faces Costly Sewer Woes; and in Wilmington?Angry Neighbors

This summer, a spill at Lake Placid's wastewater treatment plant sent untreated sewage flowing into the Chubb and the Ausable Rivers. The sewer plant is thirty years old. Village officials are scrambling to raise ten million dollars to build a new facility. But as Brian Mann reports, some residents down-stream worry that the project won't stop the flow of pollution.  Go to full article

Winning the Wildfire Battle, Forest Rangers Worry About the Long Campaign

Rain showers on Thursday brought relief to firefighters across the Adirondacks. But with more sunny weather in the forecast, drought conditions are expected to continue into...  Go to full article

Five More Fires Spotted on Wednesday: Huckleberry Fire Nearly Contained

Five new wild fires were spotted on Wednesday, in the Adirondacks, but crews are gaining the upper hand on the largest blaze in the town of Johnsburg. Brian Mann has this...  Go to full article

New Chapel For State Prison, Built by State Prison Inmates

A crew of state prison inmates in Ray Brook has spent the summer building a new chapel. The men doing the work come from all the prison's religious groups. Jews and...  Go to full article

Wildfires Require More Resources: Johnsburg Blaze at 170 Acres

Wildfires continued to grow on Tuesday, with forest rangers and volunteer fire crews battling a major blaze in the town of Johnsburg. The state continued to build its...  Go to full article

Winds and Low Humidity Fuel Fires

It was another tough day Monday for fire crews across the North Country. Steady winds and low humidity fueled blazes in Johnsburg and Wilmington. Brian Mann has this...  Go to full article

Cedarlands Conservation Deal Near Long Lake Draws Praise, Raises Eyebrows

Conservation groups in the Adirondacks are praising a deal that will protect more than four thousand acres of forest and shoreline near Long Lake. But the project also...  Go to full article

Ames Closing will Cost Hundreds of North Country Jobs

Ames Department stores are going out of business. And with 327 stores nationwide and almost 22,000 employees, the impacts reach far and wide. As Jody Tosti reports, hundreds...  Go to full article

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