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Clarence Petty Remembers Hermit Noah John Rondeau

North Country activist Clarence Petty lives in a house not far from Cold River, between Saranac Lake and Tupper Lake. As a boy, Petty met the famous hermit Noah John Rondeau, who lived and hunted nearby. In this special dialogue, we'll hear Clarence Petty's recollections of Rondeau. Also, we'll hear the voice of the hermit himself, recorded in the early 1950s by Albany radio station WGY.  Go to full article

State to Support Tupper Lake Museum

For three years, a group in the Adirondacks has been raising money to build a new museum. The facility--based in Tupper Lake--would teach visitors about the Park's natural history and environment. This weekend, Governor George Pataki announced that the state will support the project with a major grant. Brian Mann reports.  Go to full article

Vandalism Spurs Youth Curfew in Tupper Lake

Kids in Tupper Lake will soon face a new curfew that requires them to be off the streets before 10 pm. The law, passed this week by the Altamont town bord, was spurred by a rash of late-night vandalism. Brian Mann has details.  Go to full article

Five Ponds Wilderness: a Journey on the Bog River and the Oswegatchie

One of the classic Adirondack canoe routes begins near Tupper Lake and winds through the Five Ponds Wilderness toward Cranberry Lake. That section of the north country offers some of the most remote forests and rivers in the East. Two of our reporters, Brian Mann and David Sommerstein, made the trip earlier this month. They sent back this audio journal.  Go to full article

Tupper Lake Power: Cheap but Unreliable

Blackouts are already a common event in Tupper Lake, where locals are frustrated by frequent outages. Village leaders are talking with the state Power Authority and with Niagara Mohawk, hoping to improve service. As Brian Mann reports, demand for electricity will outstrip supply by 2008.  Go to full article

Publishing Books in the Adirondacks: Sisters from the Bronx Open Publishing House in Tupper Lake

Two sisters from the Bronx have opened a publishing company in the Adirondacks. Highbridge Press moved to Tupper Lake last year. The fledgling company has already published eight books, mostly novels. The sisters--who are African American---say the move to a small town far from New York City was just what their business needed. Brian Mann has this profile.  Go to full article

On the Ice in Tupper Lake: Chasing the Northern Pike

Despite frigid temperatures, more than a thousand fishermen crowded onto a pond near Tupper Lake Saturday, for the second annual Northern Challenge. The event is a fundraiser for a local charity, and a chance for ice fishermen to match skills chasing northern pike. Brian Mann was there and sends this audio postcard.  Go to full article

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