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Bussey & McLeod Cookstove, Troy, NY ca. 1907-1910. Photo: Richard Walker
Bussey & McLeod Cookstove, Troy, NY ca. 1907-1910. Photo: Richard Walker

Adk Museum serves up exhibit for foodies

How would you define food in the Adirondack region -- Wild blackberries? Fresh trout? Milk from a local dairy farm? The Adirondack Museum is celebrating food, drink and the pleasures of eating in a new exhibit, Let's Eat! Adirondack Food Traditions. The exhibit, which opens today, includes culinary stories and customs from Native American foods, cooking around the campfire and today's farmer's markets. Todd Moe has more.  Go to full article

NCCC president retiring

The president of North Country Community College, based in Saranac Lake, is stepping down. Gail Rogers Rice announced her retirement yesterday and says she'll leave July 1st. The move follows a controversial year, as Rice pushed to build a major new campus in Lake Placid. That plan was rejected. As Chris Knight reports, Rice also led the college to an expansion of its programs and its facilities in Malone and Ticonderoga during her 15 year tenure.  Go to full article

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