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Second annual Inlet Bass Derby is coming back June 26

The Inlet Historical Society is proud to announce they have adopted and are hosting the second annual Inlet Bass Derby on Sunday, June 26.  The derby includes all waters between Old Forge Pond and Fifth Lake. A total of up to five legal black bass will be weighed in. Registration forms are available at or stop into the Inlet Information Office-located in the hollow of downtown Inlet. Registration is $110 (including the lunker fee) for your boat, with a maximum of two per tea ...
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Bass derby results announced

The Long Lake Fish and Game Club hosted their annual Local Bass Derby from the Long Lake Town Beach.  There were 49 entries in the contest.  Weigh in saw 48 – Small Mouth Bass, 11 Large Mouth Bass, 17 Northern Pike.   The Fish and Game Club uses the $25 entry fee as the base for prizes.  First Place winners received $160, second place winners received $100 and third place winners received $60.    Winners Small Mouth Bass 1st Mary Jo Waite 3.14 lbs 2nd Al ...
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Wells CS sports banquet held

WELLS-Wells Central School held its Sports Banquet on June 9. The following awards were presented. BOYS VARSITY SOCCER MVP award for Boys Varsity Soccer was given to Stephen Beach. Most Improved Player award went to Erik Mattice. The Coaches Award was given to Ty Earley. GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER MVP award for Girls Varsity Soccer was given to Rebekah Weaver. Most Improved Player went to Alyssa Lewis. The Coaches Award was given to Chelsea Kennedy BOYS VARSITY  BASKETBALL MVP award for Boys V ...
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Get trout of here!

Steve Makey pulled this monster trout from Fourth Lake. He was fishing with his uncle, Jim Makey, when he hooked this 37 inch long, 21 pound, six ounce fish. The men estimate that the fish, that was 21 inches around, was around 25 years old. 


New outdoors columnist introduces himself

By ED NOONAN For the Hamilton County Express Before introducing myself as your new outdoors writer ,I would like to tell you a little bit about my longtime good friend Dick Nelson. I first met Dick in 1989 at my first NYS Outdoor Writers Association annual conference in Saranac Lake. He was the president of the organization at this time. But it was several months after that our friendship really began when we both were invited to be press anglers at the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society’s Ba ...

Linux advantages include stability, safety

By PETE NEWELL For The Express   A customer asks: Should I try Linux? What about installing it instead of upgrading to Windows 10? Would I need an antivirus program? What about the learning curve? Do I need to back up my documents first? To try Linux, you can download an iso image of any major Linux distribution and use it to create a DVD. You can boot from the DVD and try Linux in Live mode. It will not be as fast as if it were actually installed, and any changes you make during a live ses ...

The Way Things Were by Anne Weaver

About the week of June 23rd, 1968,  At ARIETTA, Postmaster General W. Marvin Watson has announced that a contract has been awarded to build a new Post Office in Piseco. The building will be owned by Mr. Timothy Williams of Piseco, who will lease it to the Post Office Department for five years with three separate and consecutive two-year renewal options. It will be located on Haskell Road approximately .15 miles from County Route 24. Preliminary estimates indicate that the initial investment ...

It’s important to back up data on a regular basis

By PETE NEWELL For The Express   In many previous columns I have stressed the importance of backing up your important data, and also having a way to completely reinstall Windows if necessary. Backing up your user files on a regular basis is the most important action you can take. Sometimes files that have been damaged or erased can be recovered, but not always. If a hard drive actually fails, data recovery is much more difficult and sometimes impossible. Even if you don’t have anythin ...


Where to write - 06/23/2016

U.S. SENATORS Charles Schumer 322 Hart Senate Office Bldg Washington DC 20510 (202) 224-6542 (202) 228-3027 fax (202) 224-0420 TTD or Leo O’Brien Bldg. Room 420 Albany NY 12207 (518) 431-4070 (518) 431-4076 fax Kirsten Gillibrand 478 Russell Washington DC 20510 (202) 224-4451 (202) 228-0282 fax or Leo W. O’Brien Office Bldg. 11A Clinton Ave. Room 821 Albany NY 12207 (518) 431-0120 (518) 431-0128 fax Senato ...

Letter to the Editor - 06/23/2016

Help make parade a success As summer approaches, the Fourth of July Parade Committee is busy making final preparations for this year’s “Adirondack Wild” parade to be held on July 2nd at 7:00 pm. This year’s parade will feature many familiar participants, including local organizations, floats, antique cars, and vehicles from local municipalities and businesses. We have also contracted with the Mohawk Valley Frasiers Pipe Band, the Saratoga Fife and Drum Corp and Tamara He ...

People’s agenda is ignored by Majority by Assemblyman Marc W. Butler

“Actions express priorities.” These words from Ghandi ring true. I see the actions of certain legislators, especially Assembly Democrats, and I wonder where their priorities lie. This legislative session has been among the most lackluster I have seen in a long time. There are many important priorities that have been ignored while the Democrat Majority wastes time on logic-defying and offensive measures. Assembly Democrats have passed legislation to provide illegal immigrants with tax ...

Letter to the Editor - 06/16/2016

Trustee candidate: Study should examine costs of building  Dear Editor: I am Brian Castler and I’m running for the vacant Trustee Board seat for the Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney Long Lake Public Library (CVWLLPL).  Over the past few months concern have been raised about the transfer of the building in which the Library is housed from the Town to the Library.  I feel a complete study should be performed on actual cost to the Town for this building and what additional cost th ...

Police Reports

Police Report - 06/23/2016

LAKE PLEASANT--On June 8 at 8:29 p.m., the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office arrested Jennifer R. Grassel, 34 of Lake Pleasant, for two counts of Petit Larceny in the Town of Lake Pleasant. Grassel is to appear in Lake Pleasa ...

Police Reports - 06/16/2016

WELLS — On June 11 at noon, DEC Ray Brook Dispatch received a call from the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office reporting a 67-year-old man from Toms River, New Jersey, with a lower-leg injury on Auger Falls Trail. DEC Fo ...

Police and Ranger Report - 06/19/2016

LAKE PLEASANT — Ethan Francis Eobbi, 35, of Speculator was arrested by the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office on June 2 at 2:30 p.m. for Stalking 4th in the Town of Lake Pleasant. Eobbi was arraigned in Lake Pleasant Tow ...

Police Reports - 05/26/2016

ARRIETTA — On May 20 at 1:20 p.m., Stephanie M. Newkirk, 23 of Syracuse, New York was arrested by the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office for Unlawful Possession of Marijuana in the Town of Arietta. Newkirk was also issue ...

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