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Coaches vs. Cancer raises $1,760 for charity

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 ...


Due to January Regents exams, mid-term and final exams, high school teams only had games on Friday, Jan. 29, last week. IL/LL boys and girls hosted Chazy in Indian Lake while Wells boys and girls traveled to Plattsburgh to face Seton Catholic. 

Seton Catholic 55  Wells 19
The host Knights held Wells to single digit scoring in all four quarters as they cruised to the 55-19 win over Wells. 
Erika Foster was the leading scorer for Wells with six points
Wells: Mattice, 1-0-2. Beach, ...

Coaches vs Cancer basketball Jan. 29

INDIAN LAKE – Coaches vs. Cancer is coming to Indian Lake on Friday, Jan. 29. The Indian Lake/Long Lake Varsity Basketball Teams will be taking part in the unique fundraising campaign at 5 p.m.
The IL/LL Orange will be hosting the Chazy Eagles with the girls’ game starting at 5 p.m., then the boys’ teams will take the court at the conclusion of intermission.
Ticket prices are $3 for adults and $2 for students. A 50/50 raffle will be available. 
And the ILCS PTSO will have ...

Sports Roundup - 01/29/2016

Schroon Lake 52 Wells 49
The Wells boys held a seven point lead at halftime in their game on Tuesday, January 19 in Schroon Lake. In spite of the host Wildcats outscoring the Indians by one point in the third period Wells held a 43-38 advantage heading into the  last quarter of play. In the final eight minutes,  Schroon Lake rallied to hold Wells to six points while scoring 14 points of their own to finish the game leading by three points. 
Nick Taylor and Justin Foster each score ...


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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 ...
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New York puts its white deer population in jeopardy
by Dick Nelson

When winter temperatures get as cold as they have been most people have sense enough to keep their household pets indoors. Even kennel kept hunting dogs should be brought inside, unless of course their abode is heated and insulated.
But what about wild animals, how do they get through?
Well, ducks and geese fly south, black bears hibernate, squirrels hunker down in their den and white-tailed deer are protected by their winter coat.    
Unlike the red summer hair that has solid shafts a ...

The way things were
by Anne Weaver

About the week of January 28th, 1968, At HAMILTON COUNTY, State Comptroller Arthur Levitt announced the distribution of state motor fuel tax receipts to the 57 counties of the state. Hamilton County will receive $24,441.99.
Personal income in Hamilton County climbed by $1 million in 1966 over the 1965 level, State Commerce Commissioner Ronald B. Peterson reports. Every county in the State shared in the year-to-year gain. The gain in Upstate New York, 7.9 percent, was greater than the 6.6 percent ...

Police Reports

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 ...

Police Report -- 12/24/2015

Tuesday, Nov. 17, 1:30 p.m.: Tracie J. Craig, 45, Gloversville, was involved in a personal injury accident in the Town of Benson. State Police charged her with DWI – first offense and reckless driving, both Class U misdemean ...

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