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The Saranac Lake High School Club Fair was held in the gym during activity period on Sept. 11. Roughly 20 clubs were represented which gave students the opportunity to learn about different extracurricular activities they might like to participate in. Pictured are members of the Key Club: Karina Garcia, Mrs. Bluestein, Mrs Bell and Jenna Morgan.
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High school hosts Club Fair

The Saranac Lake High School Club Fair was held in the gym during activity period on Sept. 11. Roughly 20 clubs were represented which gave students the opportunity to learn about different extracurricular activities they might like to participate in.

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Bob Rose pilots his 1949 Piper Clipper airplane in the High Peaks Wilderness on Oct. 17.
(Enterprise photo — Antonio Olivero)

To live is to fly

KEENE VALLEY — Jeff Rose would have told his father this was a “CAVU” day. It’s the kind of “clear and visibility unlimited” morning void of clouds that the 71-year-old Bob Rose grew to adore for a half-century as a military and commercial pilot. Bob and I crammed into his ...

NCCC instructor Tyler Meriam teaches, from left, Tarah Schlueter, Julie Landry, Henry Uzdavinis, Aaron Rosati, Mike Woolheater, Garett Winters and Mike Brewer the anatomy of a tandem canoe in Blue Mountain Lake.
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Learning, Adirondack style

SARANAC LAKE — When people think of college education, thoughts of crushing debt, library study sessions and raucous parties may come to mind. But one local college turns those ideas on their heads by throwing students into the wild for a 30-day stretch twice a year. Students at North ...

(Enterprise photo — Aaron Cerbone)

Kratom controversy

Nine thousand miles away from the rain forests of Thailand, Indonesia and Myanmar where it is harvested, a leafy plant in the coffee family called kratom is the subject of a debate sprouting in Tupper Lake. This is the latest branch of a debate growing here and throughout the U.S.: Should ...

From the left, Whiteface, Moose and McKenzie mountains provide an autumn backdrop as the Saranac River winds along state Route 3 between Saranac Lake and Bloomingdale.
(Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)

Subtle shift of season

There’s little doubt that the colorful autumn transition between summer and winter is not going to be as vibrant as it was a year ago in the High Peaks region, but nevertheless, it’s always a beautiful time to be outdoors. The following photos are scenes from across the North Country ...