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Henry’s Trail Play Area Work Days

AU SABLE FORKS – The Town of Jay would like to announce that the next scheduled work days for the Henry’s Trail play area project will be Thursday, June 26 from 5-7:00 p.m., Sunday, June 29 from 10 am – 2pm, Sunday, July 20 from 10am-2pm, Sunday, August 10, from 10am-2pm, and Monday, September 1…

LPCA – Meet the Artist

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The Lake Placid Center for the Arts (LPCA) invites the public to an Opening Meet-the-Artist Reception on Monday, June 30 from 5 PM to 7 PM for Equine Art: Celebrating the Lake Placid Horse Show. This new exhibit will be on display in the LPCA Fine Arts Gallery through July 20. Gallery hours are Tuesday…

A Monumental Idea for the Bi-Centennial of Plattsburgh

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One advantage of Public Sessions at City Council Meetings is that from time to time, someone actually brings good ideas to the podium and in this case it’s all about commemorating the Bi-Centennial Celebration of the City of Plattsburgh.. Danielle says she understands that the Battle of Plattsburgh is something that happens on an annual…

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Fletcher Allen Partners Board Approves Name Change

Name to Reflect Tie with University and Collaboration Among Hospitals.  Fletcher Allen Partners and The University of Vermont announced today that Fletcher Allen Partners will be changing its name to The University of Vermont Health Network. As part of the brand strategy approved by the Fletcher Allen Partners and University of Vermont boards, and Fletcher…

A New Defense Against Aquatic Invasives

The State Legislature has approved a measure directing the Department of Environmental Conservation to design and post at public boat launches a universal sign warning of the threat of aquatic invasive species. Senator Betty Little and Assemblyman Dan Stec are sponsors of the legislation. “The importance of public education cannot be overstated in the fight…

Olympic Speed Skating Oval May Get New Fence

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The Lake Placid School Board is moving forward on a project which could give the Olympic Oval a brand new look from the outside.. In October last year, Connie Devlin Cross gave a presentation to the School Board proposing to replace the Fencing.. She proposed having the community raise money for a new fence around…

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No More Funnel Cakes For Mayor’s Cup

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If you’re a fan of funnel cakes, you may have to find them somewhere besides Trinity Park during The Mayor’s Cup.. that’s because the City just refunded Gramps $35 Vendor Fee because after applying for the permit Gramps decided they didn’t want to sell funnel cakes during Mayors Cup Weekend and backed out of the…

K&J – An Interview with Marty Bowman – Lake Placid Horse Show

The Lake Placid Horse Show Association is now just 5 days away from week number one.. The Lake Placid Horse Show which begins Tuesday June 24th..  and in preparation for the event we’re checking in regularly with Horse Show Expert Marty Bowman join us for the conversation today about the third week, top competitors, the new…

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Lennon Resigns from Saranac Lake School Board

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After ten years of service to the Saranac Lake School Board with many as President, Deb Lennon will be stepping down as of June 30th..  The School Board’s Vice President Clyde Baker read her letter to the board during their regular meeting on Wednesday evening. “The board will begin the work of filling Deb’s shoes…

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NCCC Acknowledges Local Students

North Country Community College (NCCC) acknowledges the many local students who were among 73 honored at NCCC’s 32nd annual awards ceremony celebrating student excellence held on May 16. Awards were given to the following area students:  Gabriels Andrew James, Associate Degree Nursing Award for Clinical Excellence Brianna Meyer, Grace Nesbitt Strauss Award and Ramez Durham…

Senate Releases Comprehensive Report on Lyme Disease

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The State Senate on Wednesday gave final legislative approval of a measure that would authorize tribal judges and other tribal officials to solemnize marriages on Indian lands. Senator Betty Little Introduced the Legislation at the request of tribal officials.. She says “New York State confers marriage authority upon a wide array of religious, public leaders…

Tristan Glanville Accepts CFO Post at AMC

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Adirondack Health welcomes another experienced professional to serve as its new Chief Financial Officer. Tristan Glanville began work as a member of Adirondack Health’s executive leadership team recently, and has settled into the community. His most recent position was as Chief Financial Officer at Inter-Lakes Health in Ticonderoga. Tristan has 30 years of progressive leadership responsibility…

Blue Bomber Hockey Team wins Scholar/Athlete Championship

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Even though Hockey Season is over, 13 of the Lake Placid Blue Bombers are celebrating another kind of championship because these students have won the Statewide Scholar / Athlete Championship.. For a perspective on the team’s accomplishment we go to Lake Placid’s Athletic Director, Matt Walentuk “These students have won both on the ice but…

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Lake Placid School Board says goodbye to Departing Members

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The Lake Placid School Board says goodbye to two members who attended their final board meeting on Tuesday evening… The school board’s president Mary Dietrich presented Herb Stoerr and Phil Baumbach with a reminder of the school.. A bouquet of flowers and a special Blue Bomber T-Shirt and then proceeded to thank them for their…

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K&J – Enterprise Website Adds Digital Reproduction of Newsstand Paper

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Today if you’re a regular user of the Adirondack Daily Enterprise Online you’ll find something’s a little different.. Or actually, until you choose to read further into a story, it will look about the same but when you click to read more, the enterprise is now asking readers to sign up for a digital subscription…

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Saranac Lake Winter Carnival – Summer Gala

The Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Committee would like to remind the community that the RSVP date for its upcoming fundraiser, the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Summer Gala, is approaching on June 24. The Gala will be held at Harrietstown Town Hall at 39 Main Street on Friday, July 11 at 6:30-10:00p.m. Gala attendees will adorn…

Summer Brings the Third Thursday Art Walks Back to Saranac Lake

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Thursday, June 19th, kicks off the 16th annual Saranac Lake’s Third Thursday Art Walks. The village, downtown businesses, nonprofits and galleries will host the talents of regional and local artists and musicians of various genres from 5:00 to 7:30pm. Beginning a self-guided tour through downtown Saranac Lake, Art Walkers can go to any participating venue,…

CVPH Radiologic Students Graduate June 26th

The CVPH School of Radiologic Technology will conduct its 2014 Commencement Exercises Thursday, June 26 in the Medical Center’s auditoriums. Nine students have completed the program and will receive diplomas. Graduating are Barry J. Barrows, Keeseville; James T. Frazier, Medfield, MA; Rachael M. Long, Plattsburgh; Suzanne Elizabeth Morrow, Keeseville; Katelyn H. Reid, Plattsburgh; Rebecca E.…

Working on “Quality of Life”

The Plattsburgh City Council’s Quality of Life Committee invites City residents to attend a public meeting on Wednesday, June 25th at 5:30 PM in the second floor meeting room of City Hall. On the agenda for discussion will be continued beautification efforts in the City, including invitations to adopt a spot, identification of areas for…

July Concerts on the Bluff

Get ready for this year’s “Concerts on the Bluff” music series – back for its 40th year, and featuring some of the area’s favorite bands and musicians. The 40th annual concert series kicks-off July 9th with incaHOOTS, featuring John Geno, Peter Grosskopf, Neil Wright, John Seiden, and David Long. On Wednesday, July 30th, Towne Meeting…