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Community Calendar Events for The Tug Hill region and Lewis County


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Special Reports

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Audio Slideshow:
Life beneath the Tug Hill wind turbines
David Sommerstein talks with neighbors of the Maple Ridge windfarm on the Tug Hill Plateau to find out what it's like living with the new energy technology in your own back yard.
Photo Audio Essay
Protecting the Tug Hill Plateau: Fish Creek
Last summer, New York State, the Nature Conservancy, and a Boston-based timber company announced a plan to preserve 45,000 acres of forest on the Tug Hill Plateau. David Sommerstein visited the “East Branch of Fish Creek Working Forest” to see how the plan is shaping up.

Heard up North: Place Names "Negro Creek"

Dale Hobson and Gregory Warner discuss place names and their origin: Today, Negro Creek. And the "7 Categories" of Adirondack Place Names...  Go to full article

Preview: Lowville Cream Cheese Festival

NCPR is media sponsor for the second annual Lowville Cream Cheese Festival this Saturday. The day's activities include the unveiling of the world's largest cheesecake and all-day music. Co-organizer Eric Virkler told Todd Moe that Lowville is known for cream cheese production at the local Kraft plant.  Go to full article
Marjorie Ransom

Preview: Silver Speaks - Jewelry of the Middle East

Todd Moe talks with Marjorie Ransom, a Lewis county native, who spent years in the Middle East as a U.S. diplomat. She's also researched and collected traditional silver jewelry of the Middle East for more than 40 years. An exhibit of some of her collection opens in Watertown at the Jefferson County Historical Society this Friday. A Gala Preview will be held Thursday, September 7, 5-7pm.  Go to full article

Heard up North: Sticky Secrets of the Freeman Taffy

It wouldn't be summer without taffy. For 11 years Freeman's Taffy Stand has been a fixture at the Lewis County Fair. Jim Freeman now runs the stand.  Go to full article

Marks Farm, DEC settle over Black River manure spill

A Lewis County dairy farm has agreed to a $2.2 million settlement for a massive manure spill into the Black River last summer. The Department of Environmental Conservation...  Go to full article

Heard up North: Yupper! (& Beaver Meadows)

Our ongoing exploration of North Country dialect continues. Lynn Klein lives in the Lewis County Town of Leyden.  Go to full article

Latinos on the Farm, in the Shadows

In the North Country, two groups are watching the immigration debate closely: dairy farmers and the Mexicans and Central Americans who work for them. There are no numbers on...  Go to full article

Lowville AP Program Among Nation's Best

Newsweek magazine has ranked Lowville Academy's honors program as one of the best in the country. Douglas Hopper has a report.  Go to full article

Wind Farm Boosts Lowville Schools

Schools across the North Country are trimming and tucking in anticipation of next month's budget votes. One district, however, is flush with money. Lowville Central Schools...  Go to full article
Author Jennifer Donnelly

A Northern Light Author Returns to Her Roots

North Country Reads is a region-wide project focusing this year on Jennifer Donnelly's book, A Northern Light. Next week, Jennifer Donnelly will make several...  Go to full article

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