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Sportsline -- 02/19/2014
By Patricia Ryan-Curry

Sports Correspondent
Regular season basketball came to a close last week, and only the Indian Lake / Long Lake Orange will advance to post-season play in the Section VII tournament. The IL/LL boys’ team is the number six seed in a field of 10 teams that will compete for the Section VII Class D Championship.
The Orange will travel to third seed Schroon Lake Saturday, Feb. 22, for a 6 p.m. game against the Wildcats. A win would advance IL/LL to the semifinals scheduled ...

Sportsline -- 02/12/2014
By Patricia Ryan-Curry

Sports Correspondent
The Wells girls picked up their first win of the season last week as they closed out their season. The Wells boys played two games and had one rescheduled due to poor weather. The Indian Lake / Long Lake boys played one game, while the IL/LL girls played two including a Coaches vs. Cancer game.

Monday, Feb. 3, Wells hosted Class C Ticonderoga for boys' and girls' Northern Basketball League games. In the girls' game Ticonderoga ...

Sportsline - 02/05/2013
By Patricia Ryan-Curry

As the first semester came to a close for local high schools the Northern Basketball League had a limited schedule to allow students to focus on mid-term exams.

Shannon Farrell, a senior on the IL/LL girls' basketball team, scored 13 points to lead her team to a 43-24 win over Schroon Lake Thursday, Jan. 30. Lily Dechene and Jazmin Piraino chipped in with nine points each for The Orange. The win improved IL/LL's record to 9-3.
IL/LL: King 1-0-2, Dumond 0-0-0, Moore 3-0- ...

Sportsline -- 01/29/2014
By Patricia Ryan-Curry

Sports Correspondent
Area high school basketball teams were busy last week, playing eight games. The Indian Lake / Long Lake boys picked up two more wins to improve their record to 7-4, while the IL/LL girls split a pair of games to finish the week at 8-3. The Wells boys and girls suffered a couple of losses each to end the week with records of 3-7 and 0-8 respectively.

M/N 58, IL/LL 31
IL/LL girls hosted division-leading Minerva / Newcomb in Long Lake Tuesday, Jan. 21. T ...


The Way Things Were -- 04/23/2014
By Anne Weaver

ABOUT THE WEEK OF APRIL 30, 1965, Prof. James F. Dubuar, who was director of the New York State Rangers School at Wanakena for 38 years, gave an interesting address at the 23rd Woodmen's Club Annual Dinner in Old Forge. Mr. Dubuar began his address with a vivid picture of a possible timber shortage expressed by well-informed foresters 50 years ago, but stated the shortage had not taken place except in the supply of high quality trees.
The anticipated timber shortage was avoided by several course ...

Hamilton County Outdoors -- 04/23/14
Youth turkey hunt is just a gobble away
By Dick Nelson

Love is in the air; or at least it was one day last week as I listened to a couple of tom turkeys gobble their fool heads off. If nothing else it was a welcome reminder that New York’s spring turkey hunting season opens May 1, and sooner if you are 12-15 years of age and participate in the DEC’s 13th annual Youth Wild Turkey Hunting Weekend April 26-27. If it’s anything like last spring about 800 gobblers won’t live to see the start of the regular month-long season.
Accor ...

Cats Limited of Hamilton County
Handling an alpha cat or dog
By Pat Leadley

Cats and dogs can be constant challenges, especially concerning who is boss. Why do cats settle down on the lap of the one visitor who is afraid of or dislikes cats? Why do dogs insist on jumping up on people for whom that is a traumatic event?
According to experts I've read or watched, it's all related to first, the animal's sense of who he is in the household, and second, eye contact or lack of same.
Years ago, I read an article by a veterinarian, in which he said cat lovers make eye contact w ...

The Information Age
Heartbleed bug could compromise personal data
By Peter Newell

By now you have probably heard of the Heartbleed bug and may be concerned about whether or not it affects you.
The primary thing to understand is Heartbleed is not a virus. Your computer cannot be infected by it, which is a good thing. However, this also means your antivirus program can't detect it; therefore you have no easy way of knowing whether or not the security of any of your information has been compromised.
Even though Heartbleed is not a virus, you could have a problem with the device ...

Police Reports

Police Report -- 04/16/2014

Tuesday, April 8, 11:55 a.m.: Guy P. LaBrecque, 41, New Hampshire, was southbound on Rt. 30 in the Town of Wells, two miles north of Pumpkin Hollow Rd., when a turkey flew into the driver's side of the windshield, the windshield b ...

Police Report -- 04/09/2014

Saturday, March 29: Dennis J. Bulger, 73, Hope, was found deceased in his home by Hamilton County Sheriff's Office personnel following a 10:30 a.m. report of an unresponsive male.
Hamilton County Coroner Donald MacHattie pronounce ...

Police Report -- 04/02/2014

Saturday, March 29, 10:30 a.m.: The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office received a call for an unresponsive male in the Town of Hope. The Sheriff’s Office responded along with Northampton EMS, Fulton County Ambulance Serv ...

Police Report -- 03/26/2014

Saturday, March 15, 1:12 p.m.: The unattended death of a 47-year-old man in the Town of Hope was reported to State Police at Mayfield by the man's live-in caretaker, who found him unresponsive.
Ambulance Service of Fulton County w ...

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