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Driving to work early one morning this week, I was thinking about our fundraiser and what magical thing I could say to finally convince every non-contributing listener to kick in some money. Well, instead of coming up with the abracadabra of...
As we've reported for quite a while here at NCPR, the Champlain Valley has become a hotspot in the North Country for young farmers trying to forge a new path for agriculture. The Adirondack Explorer traces the roots and future possibilities of that...
This week is Agricultural Literacy week in New York State, organized by Cornell's Agriculture in the Classroom program. Every year, Cornell extension agents and other volunteers head in to the classroom to read an Ag-related children's book. This...
It’s Academy Award season, the Hollywood gathering of decolletage and glitz, while we’re here in our long johns, bulky sweaters and hats with ear flaps. I say it’s time to set our own scene. Lay out the red carpet on a frozen lake,...
The annual Saranac Lake Winter Carnival opens January 31 this year. For more than a century, that has meant the construction of an Ice Palace, built out of blocks cut from the ice of Lake Flower. The job is now in progress. Last year, Saranac Lake...

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The Adirondack Attic
Andy Flynn uses the objects people make, use, and leave behind to tell stories about the life and times of the region.

New Tourism Study Out

A new study is giving the region's tourism industry some facts and figures to chew on. Martha Foley talks with Laurie Marr, executive director of the Northern New York Travel and Tourism Research Center, about who comes to the North Country and what they spend their money on.  Go to full article

Saranac Lake: The Village Where Art Happens

The North Country has a rich tradition of supporting the arts. In Saranac Lake that energy has blossomed in recent years, as a growing number of painters and writers and photographers have settled in the village. Some have opened studios and galleries, forming discussion groups and collectives. As Brian Mann reports, Saranac Lake's vibrant arts scene is the result of hard work - and a bit of good luck.  Go to full article

Timberland Sales Could Reshape Adirondack Park

Half of the Adirondack Park's six million acres are privately owned. Big timber companies like International Paper and Finch Pruyn control much of that land. But in recent years, the industry has slumped and vast tracts of land have been sold to investment companies. As Brian Mann reports, environmentalists worry that the new owners won't manage the forests responsibly.  Go to full article

Altamont: After 18 Years, New Leadership

For the first time in eighteen years, voters in Altamont and Tupper Lake have elected a new town supervisor. Greg LaFrance ran unopposed for the seat left vacant when...  Go to full article

North Elba Town Supervisor Re-elected

Voters in North Elba re-elected town supervisor Shirley Seney yesterday. Seney faced a tough challenge from town board member Sally Warner. The race was bitter at times,...  Go to full article

Man Survives Two Weeks in the Woods

A Tupper Lake man lost in the woods for over two weeks walked out early yesterday. Police said he survived by building a makeshift lean-to and drinking pond water. Chris...  Go to full article

Task Force Focuses on Farming

Farmers and farming advocates from Adirondack counties were in Westport last week to share their concerns about the future of their livelihood. They spoke at the latest in a...  Go to full article

Adk Council Urges Congress to Approve Anti-Acid Rain Bill

An Adirondack based environmental group is urging Congress to act to curb pollution emissions that lead to acid rain, before this year's session comes to a close. Karen...  Go to full article

McHugh: Adk Council's Call to Action "Realistic"

Though he doesn't support the President's "clear skies" plan, Congressman John McHugh called the Adirondack Council's call for action yesterday "realistic".  Go to full article
Photo © 2002 Adirondack Daily Enterprise, Michele Buck

Sorting Out Clear Skies

On Earth Day in 2002, President George Bush visited the Adirondacks to talk about acid rain - and introduce the plan he calls "Clear Skies". The President said his "clear...  Go to full article

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