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Sportsline 01/28/2015
By Patricia Ryan-Curry

IL/LL 68, J'BURG 50
It took a strong fourth quarter for the Indian Lake / Long Lake boys to secure a win over Johnsburg in Long Lake Tuesday, Jan. 20. Both teams opened up the game with 17 points in the first quarter. After two more quarters of play, The Orange held a slight three point lead. A dominating 23-8 fourth quarter by IL/LL distanced the two teams and IL/LL picked up a 68-50 win.
Henry Saniford netted 24 points to lead IL/LL. Curtis Seaman and Noah Pine contributed 14 and 11 points res ...

Sportsline -- 01/21/2015
By Patricia Ryan-Curry

IL/LL 63, King's School 47
The Indian Lake / Long Lake Orange picked up a non-league win over King's School Monday, Jan. 12, in Indian Lake. Curtis Seaman recorded a double-double with 23 points and 11 rebounds. Henry Sandiford was the top scorer with 26 points and dished out eight assists.
IL/LL: Hoag 1-1-3, Pine 1-0-2, Sandiford 9-5-26, Cu. Seaman 9-2-23, Ca. Seaman 0-0-0, Miller 0-0-0, Pierce 2-0-4, Hutchins 1-0-2, Vormelker 0-1-1, King 1-0-2. Totals 24-9-63.
King's School: Arens 6-1-15, O'Ha ...

Sportsline -- 01/14/2015
By Patricia Ryan-Curry

M/N 73, IL/LL 17
Minerva/Newcomb's Astasia Myler was dominating in her team's game against Indian Lake / Long Lake when the two teams met Tuesday, Jan. 6, in Long Lake. Myler scored 30 points in the Lady Mountaineer's easy 73-17 win over the Lady Orange. The top scorer for The Orange was Victoria Moore with seven points.
M/N: Bush 2-0-4, Winslow 4-0-9, Rubertone 4-2-10, Miller 5-2-12, Bureau 4-0-8, Viele 0-0-0, Myler 15-0-30. Totals: 34-4-73.
IL/LL: Wilder 0-0-0, Pierson 1-0-2, Moore 3-1-7, Dech ...

Sportsline -- 12/31/2014
By Patricia Ryan-Curry

Northville 67, Wells 34
Tucker Young led Wells with 19 points in the opening round of the Woodward Tournament held in Northville Friday, Dec. 26.
Wells (0-3 overall, 0-2 league) struggled to compete against Northville. The Falcons finished the first quarter with a 23-9 lead and controlled the game throughout in their 67-34 win.
Northville: Wilson 2-3-7, Reidell 11-1-27, S. Buyce 3-3-9, Moore 2-1-5, Ryan 1-0-3, Copuas 1-0-2, Reinke 3-4-10, Mack 0-2-2, D. Buyce 0-2-2. Totals: 23-16-67.
Wells: Earl ...

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Hamilton County Outdoors -- 01/28/2015
Ice fishing is becoming a way of life for some
By Dick Nelson

If you think these days of winter temperatures aren't fit for man or beast, you don't know the caliber of ice fishermen. They've been out there taking all the nasty stuff Old Man Winter has to offer full in the face and coming back for more.
It's not exactly a parade of fishermen making their way across the frozen expanses, but there are enough out there to make you sit up and take notice.
During the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend snowmobiles and bundled-up ice anglers were noticeable on ...

The Way Things Were -- 01/15/2015
By Anne Weaver

ABOUT THE WEEK OF JAN. 28, 1966, the Girl Scouts would soon be taking orders for cookies. Deliveries would be made in March. A total of 82 percent of the funds realized went toward the Girl Scout camps included in the 3,125 square miles covered by the Foothills Council. Over 12,000 girls benefited.
Most of all, the money would go to a resident camp to be built on 624 acres of land in the vicinity of Panther Lake, which was purchased by the Council in 1965. Purchasing Girl Scout cookies not only ...

Hamilton County Outdoors -- 01/21/2015
Ice fishermen ignore the c-c-c-cold
By Dick Nelson

You would think any self-respecting angler would spend the winter preparing for the opening of trout season. Well, if you thought that way you thought wrong.
Even during the coldest days, when numbing temperatures and winds are strong enough to tear the scales off a walleye, area lakes and ponds are dotted with anglers. Apparently many of those fishermen are as cold-blooded as the fish they're trying to catch.
As for me, I no longer have ice running through my veins. Seems I thawed out around th ...

The Way Things Were -- 01/21/2015
By Anne Weaver

ABOUT THE WEEK OF JAN. 19, 1966, a million American mothers would stage a "protest march" during January. They were protesting that birth defects had been too long neglected. Even more, they were demonstrating their hope of assuring a Happy Birth Day for 11,000 American babies born each day, 700 of whom came into this world with birth defects that disfigured, disabled or killed.
During the traditional Mothers March for the March of Dimes, the women would enlist their neighbors' support and contr ...

Police Reports

Police Report -- 01/28/2015

Tuesday, Jan. 20: State Police investigated an unattended death at 16 Adams Parkway in the Town of Long Lake.
According to Troop B Public Information Officer Jennifer Fleishman, a relative called police at 11:23 a.m. to ask for a ...

Police Report -- 01/21/2015

Thursday, Jan. 15, 10:07 a.m.: Peter J. Lapell, 42, Warrensburg, was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny, a Class E felony; and second-degree criminal trespass, a Class A misdemeanor. The arrest resulted from burglaries repor ...

Police Report -- 01/14/2015

Friday, Jan. 2: The Jan. 2 unattended death of Fredrick Wilson, 91, in Long Lake has been ruled accidental, according to State Police Troop B Public Information Officer Trooper Jennifer V. Fleishman.
Wilson, owner of The Corner Mo ...

Police Report -- 12/17/2014

Monday, Dec. 8, about 7:30 p.m.: State Police responded to a report of a one-car accident on State Route 30 in the Town of Long Lake, near Lake Eaton Public Campground.
Investigation revealed a 2000 Dodge Avenger operated by James ...
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