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Notes from the North Country

Trout, salmon fishing season opens April 1

Opening day for trout and salmon fishing is Monday, April 1, but high, cold water and icy banks and streambeds are anticipated.

Less-than-ideal conditions expected when trout, salmon season opens

Opening day for trout and salmon fishing is Monday, April 1, but high, cold water and icy banks and streambeds are anticipated.

Hours may be reduced at Lake Placid medical facility

Adirondack Health is discussing the possibility of scaling back its Lake Placid emergency room to save money.

Group seeks lawsuit over snowmobile trails

The environmental group Protect the Adirondacks is seeking court permission to sue the state Department of Environmental Conservation and Adirondack Park Agency over policy on construction of snowmobile trails.

Adirondack Council hires staffer

The Adirondack Council has hired Raul "Rocci" Aguirre as its new director of conservation, the organization announced Wednesday.

New multi-use trail opens

A 12.8-mile multi-use trail connecting Inlet and Raquette Lake in Hamilton County is now open, state Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joe Martens announced Friday.

Weekend snowshoe, ski treks to Camp Santanoni scheduled

The state Department of Environmental Conservation will host three weekends for people who want to ski or snowshoe to the historic state-owned Camp Santanoni.

Townsend, a 46er, named APA general counsel

The Adirondack Park Agency board on Thursday named James T. Townsend, of Rochester and North River, as the agency's next general counsel, effective Jan. 29.

Conservation group targets Hudson River Gorge

Protect the Adirondacks is urging the state to establish a 39,000-acre Upper Hudson River Wilderness Area along 22 miles of the river running between Newcomb and North River, in Essex and Hamilton counties.

Gore, Whiteface making snow

You may or may not be ready for winter to be coming, but ski season is only a few weeks away — and Monday night's cold was enough to up ski areas' game.

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