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December, 2018

Adirondack Explorer stories of the year: No. 4


As we head into a new year, the Adirondack Explorer looks back at the most-read online stories of 2018. This one struck close to home for a lot of readers. A St. Bernard died in July after suffering distress from extreme heat. Despite efforts to cool the 180-pound dog in the shade, he later died. Read the story here.


December, 2018

Adirondack Explorer stories of the year: No. 5


As we head into a new year, the Adirondack Explorer looks back at the most popular online stories of 2018. According to the DEC, a Timber Rattlesnake was killed illegally by a contractor. Timber Rattlesnakes are a threatened species in New York State, which made this story one of the Adirondack Explorer’s most popular reads of the year. This article from the Explorer also contained the latest ECO reports of other environmental incidents in the Adirondack region. Read the story.


December, 2018

Adirondack Explorer stories of the year: No. 7


As we head into a new year, the Adirondack Explorer looks back at the most popular online stories of 2018. The state has planned to cut a snowmobile trial in the Blue Ridge Wilderness. Adirondack Wild has argued that this would violate Article 14 of the constitution, which mandates the forest preserve be kept as “wild forest land forever”. The debate over whether plans to cut the trail are constitutional made this a popular read on the Explorer’s website. Read the story.