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Wilmington Notch highway concern supervisors

WILMINGTON | North Elba Supervisor Jay Rand recalls returning home from Whiteface on Rt. 86 one evening a number of years ago, when a freshly fallen boulder in Wilmington Notch kneecapped the undercarriage of his vehicle, causing $10,000 in damages. “It’s a serious situation to be sure,” he said. “There...
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Lake Placid, NYlakeplacidnews.com

Residents share views on 2022 Ironman contract

LAKE PLACID — The community is split on whether Lake Placid’s Ironman triathalon should stay or go. After returning to Lake Placid every year since 1999, with the exception of 2020, the event’s contract was up for renewal after the July 25 race, but a decision has been made to extend the contract.
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UP CLOSE: Making a home in Lake Placid

LAKE PLACID — Tashi Sharzur and his wife, Olga, want to put down roots in Lake Placid, and one local organization hopes to rally the community to make that happen. AuSable Valley Habitat for Humanity, for the first time in the group’s history, is in the process of building a new home for the Sharzurs on a property off The Commons Way. The group is looking to entice members of the community to stop by and help them out starting Saturday, Aug. 21.
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Lake Clear Lodge And Retreat Is An All-Inclusive New York Trip You Won’t Want To Miss

There’s something magnificent about an all-inclusive retreat—and it’s even better if it’s located somewhere filled with history and nature. The Adirondack region is famed for the Great Camps, huge family compounds built in the late 1800s that served as vacation homes for the wealthy. Few of these lodges that remain are open to the public […] The post Lake Clear Lodge And Retreat Is An All-Inclusive New York Trip You Won’t Want To Miss appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Boonville, NYObserver-Dispatch

Go chasing waterfalls this summer in Mohawk Valley area

With so much to explore in the Central New York/Adirondack region, waterfalls can be underrated gems. If you’re looking to chase some falls in the area, here are some suggestions to get you started. Pixley Falls. A 50-foot waterfall is the primary draw at Pixley Falls State Park, located along...
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A summer spent shoring up the trail

Northern Forest Canoe Trail stewards work on Adirondacks section. Since graduating from college about a decade ago, 33-year-old Phineas Peake has spent a lot of time exploring the country and maintaining trails. He’s worked for the Maine Appalachian Trail Club and the Wyoming Conservation Corps, when not doing residential construction.
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DEC making it easy to learn fishing

The state Department of Environmental Conservation is making it as easy as possible to learn the sport of fishing — an outdoor activity that is challenging, relatively inexpensive and family friendly. This weekend, Saranac Lake will host a free DEC fishing clinic. Fishing is one of those popular Adirondack activities...
Vermontville, NYlakeplacidnews.com

Tri-Lakes summer camp programs in full swing

VERMONTVILLE — Playing capture the flag, four square, making bracelets and hanging out with friends. That’s all part of a normal day for children who take part in the town of Franklin Summer Youth Program. Kate Mountain Park has been home to the summer program for almost 20 years. The...
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Mt. Marcy connects old friends and new challenges

Mt. Marcy wasn’t on my bucket list. It was an assignment for the Adirondack Explorer that first brought me to the summit two years ago. I was interviewing Mary Lamb, an Adirondack 46er many times over and summit steward assigned to Mt. Marcy that day. Without that purpose, it might have been many more years until I would be motivated to conquer the 5,344-foot-peak, New York’s highest.
LifestyleAdirondack Daily Enterprise

Summer camp programs in full swing

VERMONTVILLE — Playing capture the flag, four square, making bracelets and hanging out with friends. That’s all part of a normal day for children who take part in the town of Franklin Summer Youth Program. Kate Mountain Park has been home to the summer program for almost 20 years. The...
LifestyleAdirondack Daily Enterprise

DEC making it easy to learn fishing

The state Department of Environmental Conservation is making it as easy as possible to learn the sport of fishing — an outdoor activity that is challenging, relatively inexpensive and family friendly. This weekend, Saranac Lake will host a free DEC fishing clinic. Fishing is one of those popular Adirondack activities...
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