Three installed so far, with hopes for more to come By Izania Gonzalez If you live in Paul Smiths you may have noticed a new bus shelter right outside the college. Unlike most bus shelters this one is alive - or its roof is. Taken from a design … [Read more...] about Bus shelters get a green makeover in Franklin County
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What if you could gaze into the future of climate change?
In this Adirondack reality, you virtually can By Cayte Bosler On a summer day, in the upland woods of New York's Adirondack region, black-capped chickadees dart into the morning air, carrying critters in their little beaks, … [Read more...] about What if you could gaze into the future of climate change?
Tick-borne anaplasmosis on the rise in Warren County
By Kris Parker Health officials in Warren County have issued a public warning after a surge in cases of anaplasmosis, a rare disease carried by ticks. In a press release distributed this week, Warren County Health Services reported a four-fold … [Read more...] about Tick-borne anaplasmosis on the rise in Warren County
Scott van Laer’s career moves full circle
Longtime forest ranger and Paul Smith's grad to become new director of college's VIC By Gwendolyn Craig Scott van Laer, a forest ranger with the state Department of Environmental Conservation, is retiring and taking a new role as director of … [Read more...] about Scott van Laer’s career moves full circle
Building a biathlon tradition
Paul Smith's College creates trails, program to attract athletes By Lisa Ballard During the winter in Europe, a World Cup biathlon, an Olympic sport that combines Nordic skiing with rifle shooting, is the equivalent of Monday Night Football. … [Read more...] about Building a biathlon tradition