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Strand Welcomes New Executive Director

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New Executive Director Named for the Strand Theatre and North Country Cultural Center for the Arts The Strand Theatre and North Country Cultural Center for the Arts says Jessica Dulle has been hired as their new Executive Director. Dulle’s experience will lead both the Strand Theatre and the North Country Cultural Center of the Arts as…

Stroke Support Group Meets May 21st

Surviving a life-changing event such as a stroke often begins a journey of adjustment, not just for the survivor but for family members, friends and caregivers. Adirondack Health will host a Stroke Support Group meeting on Wednesday, May 21 in the 1st Floor Conference Room at Adirondack Medical Center in Saranac Lake from 3-4:30 p.m. …

Small Business Week

In recognition of National Small Business Week this week, Congressman Owens is highlighting the economic importance of small businesses and entrepreneurs. This year marks the 51st annual National Small Business Week honoring the vital role of small businesses and the passion of U.S. entrepreneurs. “Small businesses are critical for U.S. economic growth and job creation,…

Councilor Kelly “Plattsburgh Elections Should Parallel Presidential Election”

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Plattsburgh Councilor Mike Kelly says he’d like to see more voter participation in City Government and he’s proposing a concept that would allow for city elections to Parallel the Presidential schedule.. Kelly says in 2007 there were 19,886 people who showed up to vote in Plattsburgh.. then close to $31,000 in 2008 during the Presidential Election..…

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K&J – Cornell Uihlein Maple Research – Dr Michael Farrell

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Today on the K&J Show, we’re considering the possibilities when it comes to more efficient maple syrup production in the Northeast.. Join us for a look at new technology and additional streams of revenue in the maple industry, including Birch, and Walnut.. We’re speaking today with Congressman Bill Owens and The Director of the Cornell…

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Adirondack Park Population Declining

A newly published report identifies four dominant trends shaping life inside the Adirondack Park: • The Park’s population is declining at a steadily increasing pace; • The median age in the Park is eight years older than in the rest of New York State and, more strikingly, five years older than in the communities outside…

CVPH Community Lecture – May 21st

The West Side Ballroom (253 New York Road) is the location of the next CVPH Community Lecture, “Decision Making As An Older Adult With Diabetes” planned for  Wednesday, May 21. The guest speaker is Julie Bynum, MD, MPH of DartmouthHitchcockMedicalCenter.  Registration and light refreshments begin at 5:30 p.m. and Dr. Bynum’s program at 6. Dr.…

Holding Back Invasive Species in the Adirondacks

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A new report—Boat Inspection and Decontamination for Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention: Recommendations for the Adirondack Region—is now available to help guide decisions on where to prioritize actions to prevent the spread of harmful aquatic invasive species (AIS). This first-time analysis for the Adirondack region summarizes the best available science, analyzes current AIS distribution and boater…

History Matters – Images of America

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Historic Saranac Lake will host the second talk of the spring “History Matters” speaker series, a presentation by Neil Surprenant of photographs from his new Arcadia book, Images of America: Saranac Lake. Mr. Surprenant will give an all-new presentation, showing photos not yet seen from the book. “Images of America: Saranac Lake” chronicles the development of the village from…

Gillibrand Legislation Would Ease Student Debt in New York

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New York College graduates are saddled with an estimated $60 billion in student loan debt and U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is continuing her push for legislation that would help tens of millions of graduates find some relief…. National student loan debt is now approximately $1.2 trillion dollars, surpassing auto loan and credit card debt, and…

Paul Smith’s Cutting Costs

Paul Smith’s College President John Mills announced a series of measures Tuesday to address significant fiscal challenges the institution faces. Those measures include a 12 percent reduction to the college’s 190-person workforce. Twenty-three full- and part-time jobs will be cut, including faculty, staff and administrators. Eleven of the job losses are layoffs, and 12 will be from…

DEC Recreational Facilities Opening

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Region 5 Director Robert Stegemann says the Second Pond Boat Launch Site, Saranac Lakes Island Campgrounds and the Lower Locks on the Saranac Lakes Chain will be open and staffed beginning Friday, May 23rd. *We are pleased to have these popular recreational facilities open for Memorial Day weekend,*…

Another Breakthrough for Trudeau Research

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Scientists from the laboratory of Trudeau Institute faculty member Marcia Blackman have exploited a mouse viral infection model to increase understanding of the important interaction between types of immune T cells to control infection and the onset of malignancy. Their findings are reported in the Journal of Virology, a publication of the American Society for…

Plattsburgh Approves Engineering Study for Saranac River Walk Project

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The City of Plattsburgh is moving forward with phase two of the Saranac River Trail… Plattsburgh’s Mayor Jim Calnon says they have funds available as part of a grant which they’re going to use to build a bridge from Saranac Street to Durkee Street…  The 1.6 Million Dollar Grant will fund the construction of a bridge…

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Tail Of the Pup Gets North ELba Permit for Live Music

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There’s one sure sign of Spring in the Adirondacks and that’s when the Tail of the Pup Receives it’s Outdoor Music Permit for the summer..  Money is definitely a motivator when it comes to keeping the bands inline on the outdoor stage and the Permit for the Tail of the Pup let’s them go until…

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K&J – North Elba Board Weighs in on Lake Placid Emergency Room

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Adirondack Medical Center’s Emergency Room will be changing from a 24 hour operation to 15 hours per day as of June 16th… In The Town of North Elba, Councilman Jack Favro says it would have been nice if they had waited until fall but no matter what, the ambulance service is going to have to…

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Sea Lamprey Barrier – Grand Opening Thursday

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On Thursday, May 15, 2014 at 11:00AM representatives of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the municipality of Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge, Quebec will officially open the new and state-of-the-art sea lamprey barrier. The United States Fish and Wildlife Service will present information on the construction, operation, and importance of the new barrier.. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife…

Honors for LP Students May 30th

HONORS EVENT FOR LAKE PLACID SENIOR HIGH STUDENTS Students in grades 9-12 at Lake Placid Central School, who achieved an 85% or higher average during the first three marking periods of the 2013/2014 school year, and/or demonstrated excellent attendance, will receive special recognition at the Lake Placid High School Honors Reception on Friday, May 30th…

Sanitary Sewer on Duprey Street Faces Colapse

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The Village of Saranac Lake has declared a local emergency for the purposes of securing replacement of 460 feet of sanitary sewer on Duprey Street in the Village due to what is described in their declaration as Imminent failure of the line..  “The Declaration of a Local Emergency by the Village Board allows us to…

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Small Business Week

It’s officially Small Business Week and The Saranac Lake Chamber of Commerce along with it’s partner organizations are Celebrating by hosting daily events throughout the entire week including Wellness Summits, Public Speaking Workshops, and tutorials on how to apply for grants…The Chamber is offering as much as they can in to ensure the success of small…

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