Adirondack Journal


Jen Dickinson

GLENS FALLS | When the referee’s hand slapped the wrestling mat, Warrensburg junior Hunter McKenna leapt to his feet and let out a victory yell, raising his fists toward the rafters of Glens Falls’ Cool Insuring Arena — with tears in his eyes. Read more


POTSDAM | Clarkson University officials have announced the fall 2019 dean’s list students. Dean’s list students must achieve a minimum 3.25 grade-point average and also carry at least 14 credit hours. The following students are from Adirondack Journa Read more

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INDIAN LAKE | Ten days of indoor and outdoor winter activities are planned for the town of Indian Lake starting Friday, Feb. 14, until Sunday, Feb. 23. Choose from a wide variety of events like the Winter Wonderland Craft Fair, snowmobile trials, kit Read more

News Briefs - New York

LONG LAKE | Long Lake’s Moonlighter’s Snowmobile Club is sponsoring a poker run, taking place on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 7 and 8. Seventy miles of snowmobile trails will connect the communities of Long Lake, Raquette Lake and Newcomb. The run start Read more

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TUPPER LAKE | Tupper Lake has recently experienced a resurgence of business growth due to both an influx of newcomers to the area as well as established businesses revamping their businesses. Read more

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Russell Martin Fish, age two years and eight months, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fish, of Chestertown, died on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 1960, after a short illness. Read more

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NEWCOMB | The Adirondack Interpretive Center’s (AIC) next installment in their winter film series will be “Sex, Lies and Butterflies,” an exploration of the diversity of moths and butterflies from caterpillars to larvae to chrysalis to winged flight. Read more

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RAQUETTE LAKE | The Raquette Lake Winter Carnival returns this year for Presidents’ Day weekend on Saturday, Feb. 15, and Sunday, Feb. 16. Youth activities start the fun at 10 a.m. on Saturday. Events include a day-long bonfire, Ice Golf, a Ladies Fr Read more

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INDIAN LAKE | Join Jodie Seymour as she leads a special workshop on the art of mindfulness at the Indian Lake Library on Wednesday, Feb. 12 at 6 p.m. This workshop will explore how mindfulness can help cope with loss. The library is located on Pelon Read more

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NORTH WARREN | The North Warren Central School will conduct Kindergarten Census Week starting Monday, Feb. 10, through Friday, Feb. 14. If your child will be five years old on or before Dec. 1, 2020, contact the Elementary School Office at 518-494-30 Read more

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LONG LAKE | Area anglers are invited to participate in the annual Long Lake/Lake Eaton Fishing Derby, to be held Saturday Feb. 8. Read more

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LONG LAKE | Long Lake Winter Carnival winners Read more

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WARREN COuNTY | Not getting every Warren County resident to participate in the federal 2020 Census this year could mean the loss of many millions of federal dollars, crimping local government services, county leaders said recently. Read more

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LAKE GEORGE | A myriad of activities are to be held at this weekend’s Lake George Winter Carnival — whether it’s prompting your dog to howl in a canine talent show, imitating Adele in a karaoke session, riding an ATV around the lake, gazing at firewo Read more

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GLENS FALLS | Under the glare of television lights Jan. 29 in the Cumberland Farms store on Bay Street, Jody Stimpson, 52, of Glens Falls was presented with a large mock check representing his New York State Lottery winnings from purchasing a $2.5 mi Read more

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LAKE LUZERNE | The Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George WarEagles split two dual meets last week as they finished off their regular 2019-2020 season. Read more



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WARREN COUNTY | The twin sisters on Warrensburg’s girls basketball team represented double-trouble to opponents this week, as senior forwards Aubrey and Abigail Ranous led the Burghers to two Adirondack League victories. Read more



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WARRENSBURG | Heading into the Section II Class D wrestling tournament on Saturday, Feb. 8, Warrensburg wrestlers are seeking to take home their fifth straight team championship trophy. Read more



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WARREN COUNTY | Regaining their early season momentum, the North Warren Boys Basketball team defeated three Adirondack League rivals in five days last week, improving their 2019-20 record to 14-2. Read more



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WARRENSBURG | For the fifth year in a row, Warrensburg won the Adirondack League championship this week — by keeping their league record perfect, a feat secured by the Burghers’ 49-23 defeat of Salem-Cambridge on Jan. 23. Read more