Thom Hallock Associated Press, Edward R. Murrow award winner and Emmy-nominated Host Thom Hallock brings over 25 years of journalism excellence and in-depth knowledge of the North Country region to Mountain Lake PBS' news and public affairs coverage. en-us Copyright © Mountain Lake PBS 2014. All rights reserved. Mon, 21 Jul 2014 10:23:00 GMT Mountain Lake Journal - July 18, 2014 New York Investing Millions in Nanotech, Court Order Halts NYCO Minerals Test Drilling, Rails to Trail, Border Fees, Political Legend, Lake Invader, Major Impact, Fashion Show

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Author Mark Barie Discusses New Book on Civil War Era Assemblyman Smith Weed - Extended Roundtable Smith Weed may have been the North Country’s most popular and respected politician, so why have so few of us heard about his many accomplishments?

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Le Festival de Lanaudière Artistic Director Alex Benjamin - Extended Roundtable Canada’s largest classical music festival runs for the next month in Joliette, Quebec. The festival’s Artistic Director, Alex Benjamin, joins us to share the highlights and headliners for this year’s event.

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Canada Unveils Design For New Champlain Bridge Canada unveils the design for the new Champlain Bridge set to open in 2018. The new bridge may be getting a new name.

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Ruling Clears way for Mega Adirondack Resort In a unanimous decision, the Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court strongly rebuked a challenge to the Adirondack Club and Resort in Tupper Lake by two environmental groups, siding with the Adirondack Park Agency

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Mountain Lake Journal - July 11, 2014 Ruling Clears way for Mega Adirondack Resort, Rails to Trail Debate, Somber Anniversary, Tornado Kills 4, New Bridge Design, Medical Marijuana, Le Festival de Lanaudiere, Missing Monarchs, Fishing Lesson

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Mountain Lake Journal - July 4, 2014 Made In Clinton County Special, Tech Giant Expands Plattsburgh Factory, What’s On Tap, Foundry Changes With The Times

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SPECIAL EDITION: Mountain Lake Journal - New Face of Heroin This week, we look at how local communities, facing a spike in crime, and a serious public health crisis, are fighting back against the heroin crisis, on a special edition of Mountain Lake Journal.

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Mountain Lake Journal - June 20, 2014 Heroin, Medical Marijuana, Clinton Community College President Resigns, Pathway to College, Fighting Invasives, Taking A Toll, High Honor, Anderson Falls Heritage House Museum Opens

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Keeseville Elementary Puts Students on a Pathway to College We’ll take you to Keeseville Elementary School where they’re putting students on a path to college at a very early age.

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Do fishing tournaments take a toll on the fish in Lake Champlain? - Extended Rountable A new study answers many of the questions and concerns raised for years.

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Mountain Lake Journal (Business Edition) - June 6, 2014 New EPA Plan Limits Carbon Emissions, Olympic Bids, Minimum Wage, Road Work Ahead

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Mountain Lake Journal - June 6, 2014 Attack Ad, Road Work Ahead, Landmark Sold, Biggest Loser, Job Training Program Cut, Evening of Healing, Summer Visitor

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An Evening of Healing We talk with the women behind an upcoming “night of healing” to help survivors of traumatic events find hope & strength.

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Biggest Loser: A Show of Force! Nearly 2,000 walkers and runners converge on Plattsburgh to take part in the Biggest Loser Run/Walk. Many of the participants are taking strides to get fit and eat healthy.

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Mountain Lake Journal - May 31, 2014 Beetle Battle, Sea Lamprey, Special Thanks, Wild Weather, Protester Arrested, Record Carp, New Millionaire, GOP Debate, Living History, Seeds of Peace

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Emerald Ash Borer: A Threat to the North Country An insect named the Emerald Ash Borer has been attacking and killing off billions of ash trees in 39 states and Canada. Montreal and other communities are cutting down hundreds of ash trees in attempts to stop the insects from spreading.

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Mountain Lake Journal - May 23, 2014 Heroin Crisis, Oil Train Derails, Rail Workers Charged, On the Mend, Offering Comfort, Summer School, Summer Lecture Series

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Miner Institute President Discusses New Lecture Series - Extended Roundtable The President of the Miner Institute joins us to discuss a new summer lecture series kicking off this week that will focus on farm and agricultural issues.

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Mountain Lake Journal - May 16, 2014 Made In Clinton County Special: Our focus this week on Mountain Lake Journal is business and some of the successful companies that employ hundreds of workers and help drive the economy of Northern New York.

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