Backcountry rescue crews had a busy week last week when they responded to reports of people missing in Otsego and St. Lawrence County and a medical emergency in Warren County, NY. The bodies of three people were recovered, including an ice climber who suffered a heart attack at Crane Mountain in the Adirondacks. [Read more…] about Rescue Crews Recover Bodies Upstate, Including Crane Mountain Climber
“Senator-elect Emerson of Warrensburg was in town yesterday and smiled on his friends and ‘friends,’” The Morning Star of Glens Falls reported on November 7, 1889. [Read more…] about Louis W. Emerson: Warren County Industrialist & Political Leader
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation is reporting that the received a request for Forest Ranger assistance on October 1, 2022 at about 9:30 pm near Dippikill Pond in Thurman, Warren County.
The pond is part of the Dippikill Wilderness Retreat, considered the the largest student-owned natural preserve in the United States, just northwest of Warrensburg. It covers about 1,000 acres in the Adirondack Park. [Read more…] about Students Lost In Adirondacks Were Abandoned On University Trip
The Thurman Fall Farm Tour, showcasing working Adirondack farms — some over 200 years old, has been set for Saturday, October 8th, from 10 am to 4 pm. [Read more…] about Adirondack Fall Farm Tour in Thurman October 8th
The Warren County Department of Planning and Community Development has launched a collaboration with Cliff & Redfield Interactive (CRI), a Saratoga Springs-based rich-media communications organization, for a year-long campaign to promote community development and heritage tourism in the First Wilderness Heritage Corridor of western Warren County. [Read more…] about New Effort to Promote Western Warren County’s “First Wilderness” Heritage Underway