Ray Scollin, left, and his son Matt, seen here at the Blue Moon Cafe in Saranac Lake on Saturday, worked for different sides during the election, but they say the experience brought them closer together. Photo: Chris Morris, courtesy Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Nov 16, 2012 — One day after saying they could not "speculate" on when a key health review on hydrofracking in New York would commence, the New York State Department of Health has now announced three university experts have been chosen and will review the data.
If lawmakers in Washington need a lesson in bipartisanship, they might consider consulting with Ray and Matt Scollin, a father and son from Saranac Lake who worked for opposing political parties throughout the recent election.
A Senate Democrat wants breakaway senators to get back in line and stop siding with Republicans. Kodak has launched a free "app" to help photography enthusiasts in the U.S and Europe work more easily with film.
An exhibition of one of America's most famous 20th century artists, and an Adirondack farmer, is on display through mid-December at St. Lawrence University: 'Rockwell Kent: The Once Most Popular American Artist' is on display. And weekend conditions in the Adirondacks.