Mountain Lake Journal


Mountain Lake Journal - Career Crosswalks Forum - April 11, 2014

Today’s global economy needs a more educated workforce and that is changing how we look at secondary education. A new kind of school is taking shape in the North Country connecting students directly to college and employers

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New Technology Helps Increase Maple Production

Jack LaDuke reports on new technology that is helping maple producers tap their trees for more sap and produce more syrup. more »

Mar 28, 2014 News

Mountain Lake Journal - April 4, 2014

Budget Deal, Prison Turning into Summer Camp, Home from Sochi, Play Ball, New Marketplace, Chamber Music Festival more »

Apr 7, 2014 , , News

Mountain Lake Journal (Business Edition) - April 4, 2014

New York Budget Deal, Alcoa Deal Revised, New Hires, Pitch to Bring Baseball Back to Montreal, Quebec Election more »

Apr 7, 2014 Business & Innovation

Snowy Owl Invasion

Naturalist Mark Fraser will take us on another of his amazing nature walks, and this week we get up close with one of the many snowy owls spending the winter here in the Adirondacks and Northeast. more »

Mar 21, 2014 Outdoors

PHOTOS: Lake Placid Welcomes Home Olympians

Lake Placid welcomes home a dozens of its Olympic heroes with a parade and celebration down Main Street and on the ice of Mirror Lake. Our own Jack LaDuke was on hand to capture the action. more »

Mar 24, 2014 Arts & Culture

Tales From "The New Yorker," As Told By The Receptionist

A chat with author Janet Groth, who is receiving national intrigue for her candid book into her life at one the country's most iconic magazines. more »

Mar 7, 2014 Arts & Culture

Adirondack Company Helps Disabled Athletes Compete

Our own Jack LaDuke introduces us to an Adirondack company that’s helping disabled athletes compete on the ice, and the world stage. more »

Mar 17, 2014 Arts & Culture

CP Rail Addresses Safety Concerns Over Oil Trains

County Lawmakers, First Responders, and residents raise safety concerns with the rail company moving millions of gallons of crude oil across the border, and through several communities in the North Country. more »

Mar 17, 2014 News

Corrections Officers Rally to Reverse Decision to Close Prisons

Hundreds of corrections officers, including several from the North Country, rally at the Capitol calling on the Governor to reverse his decision to close four state prisons. more »

Mar 17, 2014 News