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Indoor racquet sports

 A Wells winter recreation program featuring Badminton and Pickle Ball is held Thursdays from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and will continue weekly at the Community Hall on Main Street in Wells. Instruction and some equipment available, you can bring your own racquet/paddle as well. Parking behind the building. Further information, call Holly at 924-2216. No charge to participate and all are welcome!

Keep up with high school basketball games

INDIAN LAKE—If you missed recent IL/LL Orange boys and girls basketball games, you can still listen to them on Empire State Sports at http://empirestatesports.com/ The online broadcaster has been there for games in January against Minerva/Newcomb, Wells and Chazy. Empire State Sports operates online with live broadcasts and archives the games you can listen to later by clicking on the game. — Pete Klein

Sportsline

By Patricia Ryan-Curry Sports Reporter Wells 68 M/N28   The Wells boys picked up an easy win on Tuesday, February 2 in Olmstedville. The Indians jumped out to a 22-4 lead in the first eight minutes of play and went on to hold the Mountaineers to single digit scoring in the remaining three quarters.  Justin Foster and Stephen Beach led Wells with 18 and 11 points respectively.  Wells: Foster 7-0-18, Stone 2-0-4, Earley 1-1-3, Beach 4-3-11, Taylor 7-2-18, Trezise 1-0-2, Bolebruch 3 ...
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Coaches vs. Cancer raises $1,760 for charity

By PETE KLEIN Express News Staff INDIAN LAKE — The Indian Lake/Long Lake Varsity boys’ and girls’ basketball teams drew a decent crowd for the fundraising campaign Coaches vs. Cancer on Friday, Jan. 29. The IL/LL Orange hosted the Chazy Eagles with the girl’s game starting at 5 p.m. and then the boy’s teams took to the court at the conclusion of intermission. Though both the girls and boys teams lost to Chazy, they did so with the sportsmanship they have become kno ...

Columns

The curtain rises on Adirondack Outdoorsman Show by Dick Nelson

Old man winter may have given most ice fishermen the slip this year, as organizers of several ice fishing contest had to cancel their event because of unfavorable ice conditions. But they, along with hunters and other outdoor enthusiasts can catch up on some fun and excitement this coming weekend at the Adirondack Outdoorsman Show. Held at the Johnstown Moose Family Center the curtain rises on this 11th annual edition at 10 a.m. on Saturday, February 13, bringing with it a boatload of bargains a ...

The Way Things Were by Anne Weaver

About the week of February 11th, 1968,  At HAMILTON COUNTY, Gene Farber has been appointed acting Superintendent of Highways for Hamilton County, it was announced. He will fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of John S. Kathan of Blue Mountain Lake, who has held the position for the past 16 years. Farber, son of County Clerk Earl C. Farber and Mrs. Farber of Hoffmeister, is a graduate of Poland Central High School. He holds a BS degree from Syracuse University. Before accepting a posit ...
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DEC to enforce illegal use of snowmobiles along canoe carry right-of-way by Dick Nelson

Acting on homeowner complaints, the DEC has released information outlying a new snowmobile route between Raquette Lake and Forked Lake in the Sargent Ponds Wild Forest. In essence snowmobiles can no longer travel on the Raquette Lake Canoe Carry Trail between Outlet Bay of Raquette Lake and North Point Road. They must now use the designated snowmobile trail between Outlet Bay and the North Point Road which is located 1.2 miles west of the Raquette Lake Canoe Carry and 1.6 miles of North Point Ro ...

The Way Things Were by Anne Weaver

About the week of February 4th, 1968, the North Country Economic and Cultural Council, Inc. will sponsor a meeting at Hotel Saranac, Saranac Lake. At the time, members of the staff and faculty of the New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell will present an analysis of the entire agricultural picture of the North Country. It will embrace a complete summary of the assets and liabilities of the region so far as agriculture is concerned, together with recommendations for development and impl ...

Viewpoints

Letters to the Editor - 02/11/2016

Lights on for Life successful To the Editor: We have done it again!  The Four Rivers Alliance in, partnership with Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department and the District Attorney,  would like to thank all of those who participated in the second annual holiday safe driving/ riding campaign Lights on for Life.  The campaign raised awareness about the dangers of impaired/ distracted driving while attending holiday events.  We believe the campaign was successful.  Acco ...

Letters to the Editor - 02/04/2016

There are ways to be engaged with local history Dear Editor, I believe the concern of preserving our history in this nation has grown far more today than any time in our past. Many historical sites in New York State are in danger of extinction just when the people of this State are starving for answers about who they are, where they come from, why they are here, and why they have become. The American People are tracing their ancestry and their heritage, eagerly to find identity, and to understa ...

Letters to the Editor - 01/29/2016

Greetings, fellow patrol members Dear new editor, I would like to thank all of the former patrollers who have contacted me with names of fellow Oak Mountain Ski Patrol members. As part of the Oak Winter Carnival, we will have a reception on February 14th from 4:30-5:30 at Oak Mt with a short ceremony at 5pm to re-dedicate the “Oak Mt Ski Patrol since 1950” sign in appreciation for all who have served on the patrol. Sincerely, Sally Gallup Thank you, Cris Dear editor: We extend o ...

The Adirondacks: A not very public park

By PETE KLEIN Express News Staff INDIAN LAKE – Believe it or not, the Adirondack Park is a public park. The land owned by the State of New York within the Blue Line is owned by all the residents of New York State. Technically speaking, all of the land owned by the state and its residents is available for use by anyone. You don’t even need to be a resident of the state to use the land. You don’t even have to be a citizen of the United States to use the land. There is one restri ...

Police Reports

Police Report - 02/11/2016

• On Feb. 6, at 11:51 p.m., an officer from the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department contacted DEC Central Dispatch reporting two missing snowmobilers. A 23-year-old man from Fishkill and an 18-year-old man from Poughqu ...

Police Reports - 02/04/2016

• Tuesday, Jan. 26, at 4:04 pm, Gary E. Cotton of Little Falls was injured in a snowmobile accident in the Town of Lake Pleasant. Cotton was traveling across Sacandaga Lake when his front ski of his 2006 Arctic Cat Snowmobile ...

Police Report - 01/29/2016

• INDIAN LAKE – On Jan. 23, at 8:30 p.m., New York State Police contacted DEC Ray Brook Dispatch reporting an overdue snowmobiler. A pair of snowmobilers were riding on Indian Lake when one sled began to experience mech ...

Police Report -- 01/14/2016

Thursday, Dec. 31, about 6:20 p.m.: A 15-year-old girl was injured in a one-vehicle accident on State Route 30 in the Town of Indian Lake. Irina Dubin, 43, Staten Island, was driving a 2006 Subaru northwest when she lost control d ...
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