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Board to begin interviewing superintendent candidates

The Whitehall Board of Education expects to begin interviewing candidates for district superintendent next week. Board president Virginia Rivette said last week members selected six candidates from those that applied and interviews will begin Monday and Tuesday. “We met with Mr. (James) Dexter (WSHWE BOCES Superintendent) Monday evening, reviewed the applications and selected who we […]

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Abraham leaves with no explanation

By Jaime Thomas Hartford Superintendent Thomas Abraham, who was slated to retire at the end of June, has left early, seemingly with no explanation. “The Hartford Central School District Board of Education hereby acknowledges that Superintendent of Schools Thomas Abraham will take a leave of absence from his position effective Feb. 28 until the time […]

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Top 10 students

Zach Diekel and Emily Sweeney are by all accounts great students, hard workers, and outstanding role models, and while they finished atop their class, many of the same things that have been said about them can be said about the other eight seniors who finished among the top 10 in their class. They are (listed […]

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Making art from scrap

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Jenny Horstman looks at discarded pieces of metal a little differently than most people. Where others see a pile of rusted metal fragments, Horstman sees inspiration. An old chain isn’t a series of interlocked iron, it’s a Holstein’s tail. A discarded pick ax is the crown of its head, and a coil spring from an […]

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Auditor pleased with Whitehall’s school finances

The Whitehall School District is financially sound. That was the message school officials delivered during Monday’s monthly Board of Education meeting. Prior to the meeting, members of the Finance and Audit Committee met and reviewed the findings from a recently completed audit that found the district to be compliant with all government regulations. “The auditor […]

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Daniel R. Pauquette, 62

Daniel R. Pauquette, age 62, passed away on Saturday, October 29, 2011 at Glens Falls Hospital following a long illness. Danny was born on Sept.29, 1949 in Granville, New York the son of Leo and Theresa (Zovistaski) Pauquette. Danny was a 1970 graduate of Granville High School. He was also a graduate of the food […]

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Board talks consolidation

The announcement of a retirement has Granville School officials talking about shared services. Monday night the Granville Board of Education accepted the retirement of long-time Transportation Manager Bob Jones, effective at the end of October. Superintendent Mark Bessen asked the board if he should post the job listing or begin to look into sharing the […]

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Bojanich heads South

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  Granville High School Principal Scott Bojanich resigned Monday night.   Bojanich has been with the district for almost a year to the day when the school board accepted his resignation.   “I’ve been treated very well here by the board and by the community and I would not leave for another (principal) job. This […]

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Head of Class

By Derek Liebig The term polymath comes from the Greek word polymathes and defines a person whose expertise spans a significant number of different subject areas, a Renaissance man (or woman) if you will. In ancient times the term often referred to scientists. Leonardo Da Vinci is widely recognized as the most well known polymath. […]

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Whitehall students in Odyssey contest

  By Bill Toscano The props include kilts, a “lei,” a pie, a cane and a mysterious cardboard woman. The play is called “Le Tour Guide.” And that’s all you’re getting until Saturday. “We don’t want any pictures yet. We don’t want anyone to see it before the performance,” said Karen Gordon, the librarian at […]

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No tax hike: Village to tap into reserves for budget

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By Matthew Saari In an effort to keep the tax rate flat, the Whitehall Village Board has decided to dip […]

Demolition done, new store to rise

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By Krystle S. Morey Demolition of three homes on Quaker Street to make room for a new Stewart’s Shops store […]

RV Dealer eyes Hampton site

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By Matthew Saari   A Vermont-based recreational vehicle dealership is planning on setting up shop in Hampton. Brandon RV of […]

Running with Sasquatch: Inaugural half-marathon set for June 9

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  By Matthew Saari In an effort to shed the added pounds he tacked on during the winter months, Sasquatch […]

He conquered all 46 high peaks in single winter

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  By Krystle S. Morey It’s not unusual to see John Entholt out running on the roadsides in New York […]

Northshire Freepress – 04/06/18

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