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Photo by Kim Dedam

SARANAC LAKE | Hundreds of children from civic and athletic clubs escorted Olympians in a brightly bannered homecoming parade last week. more

The Sun

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U.S. Air National Guard photo courtesy of Sarah Mattison

MIDDLEBURY | Several Army soldiers were injured during an avalanche event in Smugglers’ Notch during the early afternoon of March 14. more

The Vermont Eagle

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ALBANY | Two state police helicopter pilots earned New York’s newly minted Lifesaving Award for the harrowing helicopter rescue of two young hikers who got lost in whiteout on Algonquin Peak in December 2016. more

The Sun

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BRANT LAKE | The Brant Lake Winter Carnival was held Feb. 24 on the ice at Jimbo’s Club at the Point on Brant Lake. more

The Sun

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Photo by IOC

PYEONGCHANG, SOUTH KOREA | The flame ablaze in the Olympic cauldron was extinguished last Sunday, closing the Winter XXIII Olympic games. more

Guest Columnists

RUTLAND | Mayor David Allaire of Rutland shared his photo of the Jump Fore Fun sculpture at the Rutland City Winterfest event located at Main Street Park. more

The Vermont Eagle

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Photo courtesy of Gabrielle Isenbrand, Adirondack Motor Enthusiasts

LAKE GEORGE | Snowmobiles and sports cars will be charging across lake ice this weekend as the final installment of the 2018 Lake George Winter Carnival is held. more

The Sun

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File photo by Thom Randall

LAKE GEORGE | Crowds will be gazing at vehicles careening over ice and snow in high-octane races this weekend during the third installment of the legendary Lake George Winter Carnival. more

The Sun

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CHESTERTOWN | Chestertownians are getting ready for the 42nd annual Krazy Downhill Derby, when all manner of homemade sleds will make a run down Dynamite Hill. more

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JOHNSBURG | When resident Bob Nessle came to the Johnsburg Town Board meeting last month, he probably didn’t expect to become a unit of measurement. more

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Photo courtesy of Natural Stone Bridge and Caves

POTTERSVILLE | With snow on the ground, acres of land, and miles of trails, Natural Stone Bridge and Caves owner Greg Beckler is transforming a scenic, natural venue into a winter sports venue — while the snow lasts, that is. more

The Sun

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PLATTSBURGH | In the North Country, putting a shoulder to the blustery winter wind and pushing through the season is a part of life. more

The Sun

SARANAC LAKE | One of the grandest traditions of winter in the Adirondacks returns next week as the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival begins Friday, Feb. 2, and runs through Thursday, Feb. 11. more

The Sun

NEWCOMB | The Newcomb Snowmobile Club is hoping bringing something old into town will create a renewed interest in visiting the central Adirondack community in the winter months. more

The Sun

SCHROON LAKE | French language students at Schroon Lake Central School are headed to Quebec City in February for the annual winter festival there. more

The Sun

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LAKE PLACID | Locals compete at Whiteface more

Sports

SARANAC LAKE | The Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Committee is currently seeking nominations from the public for the 2018 Winter Carnival king and queen. more

The Sun

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HORICON | At December’s Horicon Town Board meeting, Councilwoman Sylvia Smith responded to some complaints about the town’s seven cemeteries being closed in the winter. more

The Sun

The New Year always seems to be an occasion for people to jump into really cold water, and the Adirondacks is no exception. more

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