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Melissa Hart
Digital Editor
Adirondack Explorer/Almanack

The new Frontier (Town)?

We've reported on the revitalization of Frontier Town before. 

Three projects have stood out: Investors developed the Paradox Brewery, and restored the iconic A-frame into a restaurant, camp store and event center. The state’s primary contribution has been the campground.

Now, leaders in Essex County and the town of North Hudson are seeking up to $2 million from the state to help restore and revive elements of the old theme park.
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New and notable

WHAT'S NEXT FOR FREE HIKER SHUTTLES?: The state-sponsored shuttles saw low ridership this past summer/fall. Share your thoughts on what should be considered going forward. READ MORE
HIKING GRANDMA: Old Forge resident Beth Pashley, 68, set out to hike 1,000 miles in 2022 and accomplished her goal. Not bad for someone who only started hiking in 2020. READ MORE
SNOWMOBILE TRAILS: Protect the Adirondacks' director Peter Bauer gives an update on the ongoing Class II trails situation. READ MORE

Recent headlines

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