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Granville Vet gets national honor

Roger Ellis receives a Presidential Volunteer Service Award from Gregory Gottlieb, deputy assistant administrator for the Bureau of Food Security.

The first presidential inauguration speech Granville’s Roger Ellis said he can remember is John F. Kennedy’s “Ask Not what your country can do for you …” in 1961. The speech clearly made a difference for the now 58-year-old veterinarian, as years later he’s still helping other people and asking for nothing in return. “I’d like […]

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Quilters enjoy weekend

    The celebration of the 250th anniversary of the founding of what is now Whitehall had its feature event over the weekend.       (more…)

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Town, village to talk consolidation

  A first step towards consolidation talks? The town and village of Whitehall have scheduled a meeting for Wednesday, Dec. 3 at 7:15 p.m. to discuss the topic. The meeting will be held at the town recreation center. (more…)

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Putorti, Gordon elected to Whitehall School Board

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By Dan King Some things will change and some things will stay the same on the Whitehall Board of Education. […]

Vladyka top vote-getter

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By Krystle S. Morey School district voters rejected two of three incumbents seeking new terms on the Granville Board of […]

Wrestling merger in jeopardy?

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By Dan King The Whitehall/Fort Ann school wrestling merger could be in jeopardy. Whitehall’s Board of Education voted last week […]

Color run in Granville Saturday

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By Krystle S. Morey This year’s “My School Color Run” is going to be twice as colorful as last year’s […]

Bernardo’s reopens Friday

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By Krystle S. Morey Bernardo’s will reopen Friday under new management. The restaurant’s new manager, Joe Chapman, said his main […]

Northshire Freepress – 05/13/16

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