Mountain Lake Journal - September 27, 2013
Meth Danger: Police look for help from the public combating the highly potent and addictive drug methamphetamine. 30 toxic meth labs have been discovered in Clinton County in just the past two years. State police hope warning the public about the dangers and ingredients used to “cook” meth will lead to tips and arrests.
Asian Clams Spread: An invasive species spreads further north in Lake George raising new worries it could soon end up in Lake Champlain.
Firefighters Rescue Student: A SUNY Plattsburgh student is rescued by firefighters from a burning apartment building.
Sign Of The Times: Growing concern over a spike in accidents leads to a new effort to get the attention of distracted drivers. New York State is putting up hundreds of signs to alert drivers to rest areas and pullouts along the northway and thruway where they can use their mobile phones and devices to make calls or send text messages.
Songs To Keep: A concert celebrates the legacy of an Adirondack pioneer and the songs she spent a lifetime working so hard to keep. To learn about the "Songs To Keep" documentary produced by Mountain Lake PBS' Paul Larson, click here.