Daily Archives: August 30, 2012

A Sustainable Food Movement – Comes to the Town Hall

From Perdue to Pasture: Humanely raising Chickens for Market Carole Morison, the former Perdue contract chicken farmer featured in the Academy Award nominated film “Food, Inc”  will speak Friday, August 31 at  7:00 pm at the Harrietstown Town Hall. Her talk, “Industrial Farming to Pasture-Raised: Progressing the Sustainable Food Movement” will highlight her prior experience…

Water plus Color at Adirondack Artists Guild

Adirondack Artists Guild – New feature Begins August 31st with reception 5p-7p “Water+Color,” a collection of paintings by Jacqueline Altman, will be the featured exhibit at the Adirondack Artists Guild from August 31 through October 3. Water+Color is a constant theme for the artist. Ms. Altman is intrigued by both in her art and in…

A Full Weekend of events – The K&J Show looks at Labor Day Weekend Activities

AUDIO – 083012 – K&J SHOW – Barb Rice Gail Brill Peter Seward On Thursday’s K&J Show we’re joined by Saranac Lake Village Trustee Barbara Rice, Farm 2 Fork Festival Producer Gail Brill, and HoboFest Promoter Peter Seward.  We’re talking about the Last Outdoor Movie – Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory at the Berkley…

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Mr Mayor, Tear Down This Wall !

Have you ever paddled under a bridge, or how about just walking under a bridge? It’s an interesting transition, kind of like going into a tunnel, where the sounds change, and the light changes… and when you come out the other side, back to normal right?  In one case, there’s a walkway that’s been in…

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Sunbelt Senior Open Leaderboard

- Mark Bucek fired 3-under-par 68 on a chilly Wednesday morning as the Adirondack Senior Open, part of the Sunbelt Senior Golf Tour, got underway at the Whiteface Club and Resort. The 51 year old fromWinter Park,Fla.posted four birdies against just one bogey on the tight, par 71 Whiteface layout. TheSunbelttour is for players 45…

Governor Cuomo Steps up with Funding for Keene Firehouse

Governor Cuomo Announces up to $640,000 in state Funding for the Replacement of the  Keene Firehouse. The funding will allow construction to move forward on the town’s new firehouse, one year after the station was washed away by Hurricane Irene. The Keene Fire Station was destroyed on August 28, 2011 by Tropical Storm Irene, and…

Obituary – Alan Neese

Alan F. Neese, 81, of Saranac Lake, died at home Tuesday, August 28,2012. He was born in Rochester, New York on December 10, 1930, the son of Leon Miles and Eleanor Wilson Neese. Alan served in the army and was stationed in Trieste, Italy during the Korean Conflict from 1951 to 1953. He graduated from…