May 12, 2014 — Last Friday, eight Clarkson University students became Second Lieutenants of the United States Army. Students from four local colleges make up the Golden Knight Battalion, the North Country's ROTC unit, spending four years going to school and training.
But the Reserve Officer Training Corps is a small, and sometimes invisible minority here. So before the cadets said goodbye to the North Country, they invited the community on to their physical training course, to spend a few hours in their world. Natasha Haverty stopped by for a lesson in rappelling. Go to full article
Dec 02, 2002 — The wagon road to Santanoni Great Camp is one of the Adirondacks' classic trails. In summertime, it's a favorite with hikers and mountain bikers. In winter, the ten mile route from Newcomb offers one of the region's loveliest ski trips. After a gentle climb through rolling hills visitors find snowy views of one of the north country's most iconic pieces of architecture. Brian Mann made the trip this weekend. He sends this audio postcard. Go to full article
Nov 15, 2002 — The Adirondack Park Agency commission got a first look at a new plan for the Bog River and Lowe's Lake on Thursday. The plan -- for an area near Tupper Lake -- includes a restriction on commercial floatplane use. As Brian Mann reports, the Agency won't vote on the proposal until January. Go to full article
Jul 22, 2002 — Next Sunday, athletes from around the world will gather in Lake Placid for the Ironman triathlon. Race organizers say the top finishes will be shown live on a giant TV screen in Times Square. This weekend, a very different kind of race was held near Indian Lake. The "Damn Wakely Dam Ultra-Marathon" is a grassroots affair, with amateur runners testing themselves against bogs and creek-beds and boulders. Brian Mann was there and sends this race-day postcard. Go to full article