NCPR News Staff: Andy Flynn
Andy Flynn is the assistant managing editor for Denton Publications in Elizabethtown and editor of the North Creek News Enterprise. He has worked in radio and print media for 20 years in the Adirondacks. He produces a series of monthly "Adirondack Attic" radio programs for NCPR, exploring the Adirondack Museum's artifact collections and other museum collections around the Adirondack North Country region to highlight a broad range of New York state history.
Andy is the author The Adirondack Attic book series and Meet the Town community guides and owner/operator of Hungry Bear Publishing. He lives in Saranac Lake."
Stories filed by Andy Flynn
Today, Andy takes a close look at a mid-1800's map of Clinton County, and some of the stories of the small towns that grew up around the iron mining industry. Go to full article
Once Belleayre is added to ORDA's list of venues, two new members from the Catskills will sit on the organization's board.
But currently, only one board member represents communities in Warren County and the North Creek area. As Andy Flynn reports, some Gore Mountain advocates say they want more representation on ORDA's board. Go to full article
Today, Andy travels to the Adirondack Museum for a closer look at a wire basket used by miners in the mid-1900's. Go to full article
Today Andy Flynn travels to the Adirondack Museum for a closer look at jewelry made from human hair in the late 1800s. Go to full article
Andy Flynn was there yesterday and found a lot of mud and running water as the snow was melting fast. (Andy is host of our Adirondack Attic series, and reports for the News Enterprise.) Go to full article
Today, Andy Flynn travels to the southern Adirondacks and the Johnsburg Historical Society to visit a series of hand-colored, antique "crayon portraits." Go to full article
NCPR is collaborating with Andy and his sources at the Adirondack Museum and other historical associations and museums in the region to bring these stories to air. Today, we'll get the history and the back-story of Saranac Lake's Winter Carnival, and its famous Ice Palace. Go to full article