Your Lake, Your Newspaper


Public Citizens and Public Authorities

Pete Seeger, who died in 2014 at the age of 94 and whose music inspirited popular crusades for civil, labor and women’s rights, environmental conservation and peace, would, by any definition, be considered a public citizen. As it ... Read More

How to be Instrumental

Music teachers from across the Adirondacks assembled at Ticonderoga High School over the course of two October weekends to hone their skills in repairing and maintaining brass and woodwind instruments, courtesy of an expanding Beinstrumental ... Read More

Celebrating the New and Improved Pinnacle Preserve

The Lake George Land Conservancy, the Bolton Landing Chamber of Commerce  and the Town of Bolton celebrated the expanded and improved Pinnacle Preserve with a  ribbon cutting ceremony on October 5.  A vigorous partnership between the Lake George ... Read More

Paradox Brewery

Twenty five years ago, while vacationing with my wife at rustic Elk Lake Lodge, a fellow guest remarked that his plans to spend his final day in the Adirondacks bagging one more peak had changed; instead, he would  visit downtown North ... Read More

A Federal-State Partnership to Save the Adirondacks

“We urge  Congress and the President to give consideration to the establishment of an Interstate Park System,” Governor Nelson Rockefeller’s Temporary Study Commission on the Future of the Adirondacks stated in 1970. “We believe the ... Read More

They Take to the Woods:

From an ecologist’s perspective, there is nothing especially extraordinary about this patch of woods at the edge of The Wild Center in Tupper Lake. “A sixty-year-old succession forest, dominated by scotch pines at the end of their life span, soon ... Read More