Mountain Lake Journal - September 27, 2012
CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE: Northern New York’s race for Congress takes center stage with the 3 candidates running in the 21st Congressional District meet face to face for their first debate in Queensbury, hosted by the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce.
GREEN PARTY CANDIDATE: We talk one-on-one with Green Party Candidate Donald Hassig from St. Lawrence County, who is challenging the 2 major party candidates.
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114th ASSEMBLY DEBATE: With Teresa Sayward leaving the Assembly, we’ll hear from the 2 candidates hoping to win that now open seat in Essex County.
WILDERNESS TREK: Governor Cuomo leads his cabinet on a trek into the Adirondacks to promote the state’s latest purchase of thousands of acres.
FLIGHTS TO VEGAS: Allegiant Airlines, one of the charter airlines that flies out of Plattsburgh is rolling the dice on a new route it’s betting will be a hit – non-stop service to Las Vegas.
WAYWARD MOOSE: A wayward moose creates a stir along a busy highway in the Adirondacks.
GARDEN CLUB OF AMERICA: Our Jack LaDuke will tell us what brought gardeners from across the nation to the Adirondacks.
MOHAWK ART: A new exhibit at the Tahawus Lodge Center Gallery in Ausable Forks, New York celebrates Mohawk Artists and their artwork from the Adirondacks. The exhibit runs through October 12th.