The Senate’s version of the Farm Bill Slashes $4.1 Billion in Food Stamps For Veterans, Seniors, and Food Insecure Families.. Gillibrand is speaking out....
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An annual event at Petrova continues to grow in numbers – The Science Fair is this evening from 6:30 until 8pm in the Petrova Cafeteria.
Saranac Lake’s High School was bustling with activity through the evening with Freshmen orientation, an APPR Training and several other activities unrelated to the voting.. Linda Piro is one of the Election inspectors in Saranac Lake, She says the turnout seemed rather low,
The Saranac Lake School Budget Passes 602 to 139. The Library’s Budget passes 581 to 150, and the buss resolution passes 555 to 165. As for the school board candidates, Shir Fillir receives 413 votes, Esther Arlan, 331 votes, Tracey Schrader 228, and Clyde Baker 452 votes… Which means Clyde will retain his seat on the board and Shir will replace Ester Arlan as the second highest vote getter… Clyde says they’ll start working on different ways to tweak the budget for next year almost immediately..
There’s a new multi-use connector trail plan for Tupper Lake and the DPW has been given the go ahead to focus on their piece of the project which includes work to remove rails and ties along the railroad corridor.
The new playground will be to the left of Flanders park where the fireplaces used to be. There used to be a swimming pool there and two turnarounds and swings. It’s all cleared now and the project is set to begin at the contractors earliest convenience.
Tupper lake Trustee Rick Donah on Monday updated board members and the media on the progress being made following the referendum approving a $3.2 Million bond. ”The town has made a few requests, and we’re working on them.”
Saranac Lake says “Don’t count your chickens until you have all the ducks in a row” but Tupper Lake is already there. They just have to wait 20 years. More to do about nothing and the livestock and chicken population inside village limits..
An honor student shot dead, an innocent victim of a gang war. A “48 Hours” investigation into drugs, guns, gangs and the battle for Chicago. Maureen Maher and Armen Keteyian report Saturday, May 18 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
The Community Development Office in Saranac Lake previews opportunities for the Municipal Sand Pit once the mining is complete.. We’ll speak today with Community Development Director Jeremy Evans on a few of those concepts..
A committee tasked with developing recommendations for construction of a new town garage speaks with the St Armand Town Board on Tuesday.
The Recreational trail between Lake Placid and Saranac Lake is nearing contractor bids on phase one. In 10 weeks we’ll know how accurate engineers have been with their cost estimates.
This is just a quick note to thank you for your patience. For those of you who are regulars to our website, there was a lapse in the domain registration on Tuesday which caused the site to be down for several hours. While it’s not expensive to maintain the domain, it usually presents a...
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On the eve of the new Saranac Lake 6er program, The Village Board honors Herbert Clark for his accomplishments in 1945.
Two incumbents, Esther Arlan and Clyde Baker along with Tracey Schrader and Shir Filler are running for two open seats on the Saranac Lake School Board.
Unedited Audio; Candidates introduce themselves;
Question Number One; “Other than eliminating jobs and programs, what can be done to mitigate the yearly shortfalls in state aid to the district?”
Question Number Two; “What do you believe the district’s long term plan should be related to consolidation of schools and shared services?”
Question Number Three; “What other ideas to you have to further engage the community in discussion about the direction of the school district?”
Question Number Four; “Preparing students for america’s job initiative is a national priority. What would you like to do to in this district to increase and improve student access to computers and other classroom technology?”
Audience Question Number One; “What do you see as the advantages or the disadvantages of a long tenure on the school board?”
Audience Question Number Two; “How can a person run for the school board or serve on the school board if they have a spouse who is a teacher?”
Audience Question Number Three; “On the topic of teachers who are unhappy about the amount of testing”
John Brown Day brings very large crowds and the premier of a new Oratorio called.. Voices of Timbuctoo.. We speak with the composer and the Choir’s Director plus Martha Swan, Director of John Brown Lives.
The question of returning the beach to Lake Flower requires study. Lake Flower Beach Return is raising $5,000 Towards the feasibility study. We’re speaking with Shawn Boyer about beach related issues.
The DOT is focused on crosswalk repairs, The DPW, focused on removing an old sidewalk. No Parking Signs sit on the street in areas unaffected by this work, placed there in anticipation of work scheduled for some time in the future. Who is focused on local businesses in the area who are severely impacted...
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Those Board Members who were present at the Wilmington board meeting unanimously accepted committees recommendations to appoint Theresa Lindsay as Middle School Principal and Dana Wood as High School Principal.
The Vote was 362 to 300 in favor of approving the villages request to borrow up to $3.2M towards the new emergency services building.
The St Armand Water Department is plugging an old well pipe with concrete. All of the water currently is being drawn from a three day supply in the uphill water tank.
Authorities are focusing on protecting New Jersey Beaches from the next “Big” event before it happens.
The U.S. Senate is set to begin debate on the Farm Bill this week. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand says congress should stop balancing the deficit by slashing food stamps…
Franklin County awaits approval from New York and Governor Cuomo following approval of a 5% Bed Tax by legislators at yesterday’s meeting.
Adirondack Health says no decision has been made regarding the closure of the ER in Lake Placid.. EMS and Lake Placid Ambulance Service Volunteers speak out saying there are serious concerns and members of the community stand up to on Wednesday be heard at the first of two outreach meetings sponsored by Adirondack Health.
Click below for unedited audio of the meeting
The first formal presentation by AMC on the question of ER vs Urgent Care planning is set for 6pm tonight at the LPCA. We have a preview.
The inaugural Adirondack Day showcased dozens of exhibitors and vendors to raise awareness among lawmakers and legislative staff about what life is like within the Blue Line
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Registration for the 2nd Annual Tupperpalooza Warrior Run opens Wednesday, May 1st at 12 p.m. Join us Thursday on the K&J show as we speak with Tupper Events Coordinator Michelle Clement about Tupperpalooza and another, and another...
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