The Chazy Rod and Gun Club will be sponsoring “The Heaviest Deer Contest” through Dec. 12.
Progressive heavyweight Ralph Nader ventured to Glens Falls on Sunday, Sept. 14 to endorse Green Party candidate Matt Funiciello
Event now recruiting groups to provide children's activities
Warrensburg's famed 'World's Largest Garage Sale' has first-ever features this year.
A wet field and confident Ticonderoga squad held the Peru Indians at bay for three quarters of their Sept. 13 football game.
Green Party gubernatorial candidate Howie Hawkins said most New Yorkers are inherently progressive and it's a crime that he's been locked out of the upcoming debates
As longtime supporters of the United Way of the Adirondack Region, we are honored to serve as co-chairs of the 2015 campaign.
The staff of Essex County Department of Social Services wish to thank you for covering our ALS ice bucket challenge after work on Wednesday, Aug. 20.
Progress was the theme in Saranac today as the Chiefs fell to the Moriah Vikings 40-22.
Saranac Lake over Plattsburgh 40-2
The Red Storm rolled to a 40-2 victory over Plattsburgh on the road Friday night. Saranac Lake moves to 2-0 and is 88-2 over its first two games.
Beekmantown 43, AuSable Valley 22
The Eagles' Justin Stevens eclipsed the 200 yard mark on the ground and Beekmantown rolled off 23 second quarter points on its way to a 43-22 win over AuSable Valley on Friday night.
As the new school year begins, our focus turns to education.
Runners return to NCCS By Andrew Johnstone firstname.lastname@example.org CHAMPLAIN — The Cougars cross country team is may be small, but ten runners bring past experience into this season. All seven boys, led by team captain Kevin Capito, are returning athletes for NCCS. On the girls side, three of the six are new this year. Jaden Gosselin is the girls’ captain. Coach Darcy Castine, who coached the modified team the last two years, said that the low numbers have made team-building a goal for 2014.
The Cougars will return over half of last year’s 9-7 team while the girls moving up from JV are solid players, said Coach Brent Banker.
Juniors will bring strength, speed this soccer season
The Cougars girls’ soccer team returns a strong core of returning players, especially in the junior class, to the field in 2014.
The Northeastern Clinton Cougars will field 13 seniors on their boys soccer team this season, only one of whom is a first year varsity player.
The Chazy girls’ soccer team may have lost 10 players from last year’s 16-3-1 team that went all the way to the NYSPHSAA Class D semi-finals last November, but return strong talent for 2014.
The Chazy boys’ soccer team has been a Class D dynasty over the years, winning all but two crowns since 1997.
Boys and Girls Soccer
Plattsburgh 3, Saranac 2; Beekmantown 3, AuSable Valley 0; Peru 3, Saranac Lake 0
Peru 20, Beekmanton 15