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CROWN POINT | Fans of the historic site and campground at Crown Point reacted with enthusiasm last week to state plans for a new Unit Management Plan that will serve as a blueprint for how the properties are used and improved. Read more

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TICONDEROGA | The Ticonderoga Historical Society had been considering a program featuring Jewish people who had left their mark on the Adirondacks, but the shooting in a Squirrel Hill synagogue in Pittsburgh added a sense of urgency. Read more

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NEWCOMB | Once on the brink of being allowed to decay back into the forest, the Santanoni great camp has received a $370,000 from the National Park Service that will significantly stabilize the 125-year-old retreat for years to come. Read more

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NEWCOMB | Over 20 years, the once-doomed great camp has been restored Read more

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RAY BROOK | A state Supreme Court judge denied Protect the Adirondack’s 2013 legal challenge that halted construction of Class II Community Connector trails in the Adirondack Park. Read more

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MINERVA | The first rail cars arrived in the central Adirondacks last week, slowly snaking their way along the Boreas River before eventually stopping on the track north of North Club Woods Road in Minerva. Read more

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The stakes are high on Election Day for anyone who lives in the Adirondack Park. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | The Adirondack Council has painted a foreboding portrait of the Adirondack Park, calling its successes “threatened” by a confluence of internal and external forces. Read more

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ALBANY — Battle lines are hardening as dueling campaigns heat up over if New York should host a constitutional convention. Read more

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NEWCOMB – The Adirondack Council presented their Conservationist of the Year Award to Executive Director of the Adirondack Land Trust Mike Carr. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH — Voters in November will decide if the state should create a land bank to aid municipalities with routine infrastructure and communications projects on state land. Read more

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Clifford Robert Pettis is widely known as the “Father of Reforestation” in New York State and served as the Superintendent of State Forests from 1910 until his death in 1927. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH — As state lawmakers drill down on the budget, the local business community has delivered state lawmakers their annual wish list. Read more

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RAY BROOK — Legal arguments contending the fate of Class II Community Connector snowmobile trails will go to trial on March 1. Read more

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INLET — A injunction that stopped tree cutting along the Class II Community Connector snowmobile trail between Raquette Lake and Indian Lake remains in force as courts await decisions on appeal. Read more

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LEWIS – Expansion to Lot 8, swap for state land still pending review of test drill data Read more

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