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Zonta Club will honor 5 local women with ROSE Awards

SARANAC LAKE — The Zonta Club of the Adirondacks invites the public to attend the third annual Recognition of Service and Excellence (ROSE) Awards Celebration Brunch in honor of International Women’s Day on March 28 at the Hotel Saranac, 100 Main St., starting at 10 a.m. This year’s ...

Four Essex Co. farms get grants

SARANAC LAKE — Eight North Country farms recently received grant funding from the Adirondack North Country Association. Among them were four farms in Essex County: Blue Pepper Farm in Jay, Juniper Hill Farm in Wadhams, Mace Chasm Farm in Keeseville and Triple Green Jade Farm in ...

Lake Placid Middle, High School Science Olympiad teams will compete in Syracuse

LAKE PLACID — Science teams from Lake Placid schools are going to compete at the statewide level. The Lake Placid High School team will be competing in the state Science Olympiad tournament on March 13-14 at LeMoyne College in Syracuse. The Middle School team will compete on April 17-18 at ...

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Brews by ski, snowshoe and paw

TUPPER LAKE — Fourteen hundred people were out on the James C. Frenette Sr. Recreational Trails last Saturday for the sixth and most well-attended Tupper Lake Chamber of Commerce Brew-Ski. They brought skis and snowshoes, bikes and sleds, dogs and children; and they came for beer, fresh air ...

An eye for the abstract

SARANAC LAKE — When Carl Rubino was about 5 years old, growing up in Manhattan, his mother put him on the couch and played symphonic music on the family phonograph. She told him if he closed his eyes he could see the music. “I don’t remember what I saw, but I remember that even now that ...

Jackrabbit Trail’s coming of age

SARANAC LAKE — It all started with a letter to the editor. Today, the Jackrabbit Trail is one of the most popular cross-country skiing treks in the area. It is a bright red and yellow line streaking across the Green Goat winter trails map, connecting towns and ski centers to each ...

Honor code broken

WILMINGTON — There is an honor system at Whiteface Mountain Ski Center. Every day, skiers and snowboarders leave their skis and snowboards outside the base lodge — leaned on racks, thrust into snow mounds and tipped against the building — while they warm up inside. They are scattered ...

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Many travels, many stories

BLOOMINGDALE — For years, Judith Coopy chronicled her adventures in journals. She spoke to strangers freely, just like her father had. And when she held her golden fly swatter, an award for winning a story slam at Bitters & Bones, she knew her tale was worth telling and that she had lived ...

Extending books’ lives

SARANAC LAKE — Books up to hundreds of years old are rejuvenated and having their lifespans doubled in the cozy office in Anastasia Osolin’s home. In the outskirts of the desk lamps above her bench, worn books sit in wait for Osolin — a local artist who makes "assemblages" with old ...

40 years on the force

TUPPER LAKE — Last week this village’s police department’s retired chief and current part-time officer, Tom Fee, was given a 40-year service plaque by Mayor Paul Maroun and Chief Eric Proulx, commemorating his four decades of work with the village. Fee, 62, started the job on Feb. 11, ...

A pooch who loves his toys

LAKE PLACID — Caymus loves his toys, he likes holding onto them, and you won’t find him leaving them lying around. He’s a 6-year-old black Lab-pit bull mix. When the dog goes on his walks around the village with his owner, Tim Robinson, he grabs a toy off their apartment porch and ...