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Golf results announced

“Summer Heat” Golf Tournament organized by St. Ann’s and St. James’ churches held their fifth annual tournament on Saturday, July 23, on the Lake Pleasant Golf Course.  
Seventy golfers (and one or two duffers!) and many volunteers donated their time and money to support our neighbors in Lake Pleasant, Piseco, Speculator and Wells needing heating assistance next winter.  Requests for funds for heating assistance may be submitted to Father Sony at the St. James R ...
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Bass tournament results announced

The  2016 Bass for Cash Partners fishing contest was held Saturday, Aug 13, at Oxbow Lake. A local team from Piseco took first place and sets all time record for five bass limit (17.3 lbs.)

Bass winners (total weight 5 bass)
1st place— Matthew Speece (15 years old) and Mike Rogers—Piseco ($570). 
2nd place—Dominic Macesco and Dean Couchman ($418).
3rd place— Joshua and Jared Berner ($266).
4th place— B. Demarco and Rich Santamaria ($114).

Sunfish winners
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Inlet’s golf history runs deep for locals

By BRITTANY GROW
Express Staff

Depending on who you ask, the game of golf can either be extremely relaxing or very frustrating, sometimes both at the same time. Teeing up and hitting a perfect drive up the fairway is not always easy, and even the professionals have a crazy drive every now and again.But the love of golf is a deep love, and for many, starts at a young age.
Mike Beck, the golf pro at Inlet Golf Course first began playing at the age of five at Inlet when it was only a nine hole cou ...
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New sport in Lake Pleasant

LAKE PLEASANT – Twenty-one pickleball players attend the Lake Pleasant Pickleball Program Kick-Off session on Tuesday, June 28, held at the Lake Pleasant Town Tennis Courts located at the Hamilton County Office Complex on Route 8 in Lake Pleasant.
Pickleball is a court sport played on a badminton-sized court with the net lowered to 34 inches at the center. It is played with a perforated plastic ball similar to a wiffle ball and composite or wooden paddles about twice the size of ping-pong ...

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New Airbow impressive; can fire eight arrows at once

By ED NOONAN
For The Express 

In 2010 NYS legalized hunting with an airgun that uses spring or compressed air (not gunpowder) to propel a single projectile that is .17 caliber or larger, has a muzzle velocity of at least 600 feet per second and a smooth or rifled bore. This was followed with NYS “finally” passing a crossbow hunting season; which by the way is still considerably shorter than the regular bow hunting season. Well now there is something new that launches an arrow - ...

Solving a common complaint: My computer is slow…

By PETE NEWELL
For The Express
 
This is a complaint I hear all the time.  It is also a reason people throw out perfectly good computers and spend big bucks on a new one.
Computer hardware does not slow down over time. It is not like the motor in your car, which produces less horsepower as the mechanical components wear out.
Typically, the electronic components in your computer either work or they don’t. When they fail, they usually either fail completely or they develop faults t ...

The Way Things Were - 08/18/2016
by Anne Weaver

About the week of August 18th, 1968, At HAMILTON COUNTY, the Hamilton County Department of Public Welfare issued a report recently on medical assistance costs for a period beginning January 1, 1968, and extending to August 1, 1968. Funds spent within the county during those months totaled $114,982.25.
Appropriations for the various programs came to $165,000, leaving a balance of $50,017.75 for future use. A breakdown of expenditures is as follows: Physicians, $22,299.61; Dentists, $24,598.50; Ho ...

Letters to the Editor - 08/11/2016

Jane’s organ is played again

During the Thirty Three years Mr. George Linck was the civilian Athletic Director at West Point, his wife Jane often welcomed cadets into her home to gather around her 1800’s Reed organ to sing Christmas Carols and Patriotic songs. When Jane died in 2011, her six sons, through the auspices of Ms. Peggy LaFontaine, donated the organ to the Historical Society of Lake Pleasant and Speculator.  Thanks to Ms LaFontaine, Jane’s organ came to life th ...

Police Reports

Police Report - 07/14/2016

Police Reports

• LAKE PLEASANT — On July 1, Ethan F. Eobbi, 35, of Speculator, was arrested by the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office for Criminal Contempt 2nd in the Town of Lake Pleasant.
Eobbi was arraigned in L ...

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 ...
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