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Andy Flynn joined Denton Publications as Assistant Managing Editor in January 2011.
From 2001 to 2009, Flynn was employed as the Senior Public Information Specialist at the Adirondack Park Agency Visitor Interpretive Center (VIC) in Paul Smiths. He operates Hungry Bear Publishing and was self-employed in 2009 and 2010.
Flynn is an award-winning journalist, garnering merits of excellence from the National Newspaper Association, New York Newspaper Publishers Association and the New York Press Association (NYPA). He was a writer, city editor and managing editor for the Adirondack Daily Enterprise in Saranac Lake and the Lake Placid News (1994-2001), a correspondent for the Plattsburgh Press-Republican (1994), an announcer for WNBZ 1240-AM in Saranac Lake (1994), and a general assignment news reporter and radio documentary producer for North Country Public Radio in Canton (1992-1994). He is a graduate of the SUNY College at Fredonia (1991) and the Tupper Lake High School (1987).
Flynn lives with his wife, Dawn, in Saranac Lake.
Members of the Johnsburg Town Board approved their 2014 budget with a few amendments Thursday, Nov. 7, yet it was the state Department of Transportation’s (DOT) rejection of three speed-reduction requests that drew out emotional responses from local officials.
Lake Placid group hired for job
Members of the Hamilton County Board of Supervisors Thursday, Nov. 7 approved a resolution to hire the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism to manage its tourism marketing.
Essex Chain Lakes up for classification
While the Adirondack Park Agency (APA) does not have the Essex Chain Lakes classification on its agenda for the Nov. 14-15 meeting, the upcoming decision is weighing heavily on small business owners in the Upper Hudson Recreation Hub.
The state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is reminding hikers that the East River Trail near the Upper Works is temporarily closed.
North Creek Business Alliance officials will continue their free ski shuttle this winter between Gore Mountain and the downtown business district.
When polls closed in the general election Tuesday, Nov. 5, Minerva Town Councilman Stephen McNally was edging incumbent Sue Montgomery Corey by eight votes in the supervisor’s race.
There seems to be a growing list of new businesses in Indian Lake.
The town of Johnsburg’s tentative 2014 budget calls for a tax increase of about 3 percent.
Voters in the News Enterprise readership area will head to the polls from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5 to decide a number of local elections.
The Johnsburg Town Board handled a number of issues at their Oct. 15 meeting in the Scout Hall, including land acquisition next to the town sand pit, the town budget and a resignation on the Planning Board.