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Orange basketball season comes to a close

The Indian Lake/Long Lake boys’ basketball season came to a close Wednesday, March 4, in Ticonderoga when they faced undefeated Moriah in a semi-final game of the Section VII Class D basketball tournament. The top seeded Vikings took control of the game early, outscoring the fifth seeded Orange 22-11 in the first quarter.
Moriah, ranked fourth among New York Class D boys basketball teams, continued to control the game in the remaining three quarters to win 69-47 and advance to the tourname ...

Orange are scholar athletes

By PETE KLEIN
Express News Staff
LONG LAKE -- With the basketball season now over, it is time to recognize that not only did the Indian Lake / Long Lake Orange girls and boys varsity basketball teams have a good season on the courts, they had a great season in the classrooms.
Congratulations go out to both to the boys and girls teams and to their teachers who helped make them excel in the classrooms.
The two teams met all the requirements for qualifying as NYS Scholar Athlete Teams.
In order to ...
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Curtis Seaman scores 1,000 points

LONG LAKE -- Curtis Seaman has scored his 1,000th career point playing for the Long Lake / Indian Lake Orange.
Seaman became the second Orange player to score his 1,000th career point this year, along with Henry Sandiford. Great job, and congratulations to both Curtis and Henry.
Both Sandiford and Seaman have played at the varsity level since ninth grade and have had their eyes on the 1,000-point prize since the start of their careers.
Coach Craig Seaman says of the duo, “Curtis and Henry ...

The Orange advance to semifinals

By PATRICIA RYAN CURRY

Sports Correspondent

INDIAN LAKE -- The Indian Lake / Long Lake Orange won its quarterfinal game against Westport Saturday, and is advancing to the semi-finals today. Curtis Seaman reached 1,000 career points during the game.

IL/LL 71, Westport 50
Indian Lake / Long Lake, the fifth seed in the Section VII boys' tournament, traveled to Westport Saturday, Feb. 28, to face the fourth seeded Eagles. After the first eight minutes of play Westport led 8-7.
The Orange got their ...

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Hamilton County Outdoors -- 05/27/2015
DEC opens several closed roads on short notice
By Dick Nelson

It would have been nice had the DEC given campers and others more than two days notice on the partial opening of the Moose River Plains road system in Hamilton County during Memorial Day Weekend. By doing so, there may have been a larger influx of campers and hikers into the county, who in turn would have spent money on fuel and anything they may have forgotten to bring with them, but I guess that would have been too much to ask.
The agency opened the Moose River Plains (Limekiln Lake-Cedar Rive ...

The Way Things Were -- 05/27/2015
By Anne Weaver

ABOUT MAY 27, 1966, Republican Assemblyman William R. Sears suggested the Conservation Department blaze a “blue line” completely around the Adirondack Forest Preserve. He said he asked various conservation officials where the “blue line” was and no one seemed to know. Other than the fact that it was on maps and did cross various roads where signs said, “You are now entering the Adirondack Forest Preserve,” he reported no one knew where the line ran.
Sears cont ...
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Hamilton County Outdoors -- 05/20/2015
Holiday weekend is a great time to go fishing
By Dick Nelson

This is traditionally the weekend when fishermen outnumber the fish. It seems anyone who has a hankering to go fishing picks the Memorial Day Weekend to test the waters. Trouble is they tend to expect too much, and get frustrated if the fish aren’t cooperating.
Still, as long as the weather is nice, anyone who owns a boat will be puttering around out there somewhere and all that boat traffic would drive any self respecting fish out of its gills. But that’s no reason to stay home. Fis ...

The Way Things Were -- 05/20/2015
By Anne Weaver

ABOUT May 20, 1966, the Republican committees of Hamilton, Franklin and Fulton counties had unanimously endorsed Glenn Harris as their candidate for assemblyman for the new 109th District (which was composed of the three counties). Harris, a resident of Hamilton County, was a former member of the Assembly, where he served on the Taxation and Claims Committee and also was secretary of the Joint Committee on Natural Resources and Scenic Beauty.
New York’s public campsites, a summer home away ...

Police Reports

Police Report -- 05/20/2015

Tuesday, May 12, 11:09 a.m.: John H. Leadley, 64, Speculator, was charged with DWI – first offense and operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration greater than .08 percent, both Class U misdemeanors. State P ...
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Police Report -- 05/13/2015

Thursday, April 30: Richard E. Millard, 45, Loudonville, was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle after being stopped by Hamilton County Sheriff's Office for speeding in the Town of Lake Ple ...

Police Report -- 05/06/2015

Saturday, April 18: Matthew R. Love, 36, Rochester, was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and speeding (51 in a 30 mph zone). Hamilton County Sheriff's Office made the arrest in the Town ...

Police Report -- 04/22/2015

Sunday, April 12, 6:20 p.m.: Forest rangers were notified of a 26-year-old man from Malta lost on Chimney Mountain in the Siamese Ponds Wilderness in the Town of Indian Lake.
New York State Police received the initial call and obt ...
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