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Railroader girls wrap up basketball season

A tough season for the Whitehall girls basketball team came to an end last week with losses to Fort Ann and Bolton. On Tuesday the girls hosted a strong Fort Ann team that entered the contest with a 13-1 mark. And despite giving Fort Ann everything it could handle for one half, the girls fell […]

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Boys basketball splits pair

The Whitehall boys basketball team squeaked by a winless Bolton team Friday night largely on the basis of their play in the first half. The Railroaders outscored Bolton by seven points in the first half and withstood a fourth quarter to down the Eagles 50-46. Only four players scored for Whitehall. Justin Hoagland scored a […]

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Soccer girls fall to Fort Ann

Fort Ann rode a first half surge to defeat Whitehall in an Adirondack League game played on Oct. 16. The Cardinals scored three goals in the first half to open a 4-1 lead at the half and went on to defeat the Railroaders 4-2. Kara White led Fort Ann with three goals and goalie Kayla […]

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Soccer splits pair

Four different players scored for Whitehall as the girls rolled to a 4-1 win over Salem on Oct. 2. Rebecca Lavin, Rachel Lavin, Caitlyn Sanford and Cariana Jones each recorded goals for Whitehall and Kelsey Farley made 11 saves. Caroline McKeighan scored a late second-half goal for Salem. Whitehall scored early and often as it […]

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Golf slips to 3-2 with loss

Whitehall’s golf team dropped to 3-2 on the season with a 3.5 to 1.5 loss to Hadley Luzerne on Monday night. Cullen Flynn picked up the only win for Whitehall, taking his match 5-4. Al Aubin picked up half a point by splitting his match. Colby LaChapelle lost 2 up, Adam Bixby fell 3-2, and […]

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Softball keeps rolling; beats Fort Ann

The Whitehall softball team picked up its second big win in as many weeks on Monday afternoon, edging Fort Ann by a run on the Cardinals home field. Whitehall scored three runs in the first inning and held Fort Ann in check the rest of the way for a 4-3 victory. Victoria Christian went 3 […]

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Big rally knocks off softball squad

              The Fort Ann Cardinals softball team used a four-run rally and a pair of runs in each of the game’s final two innings to defeat Whitehall in an early season Adirondack League showdown. Trailing 7-5 after three innings, Fort Ann scored four runs in the fourth inning and […]

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Whitehall grapplers defeat Fort Ann

Whitehall rode a wave of forfeits to a 66-24 victory over Fort Ann in the school’s annual afternoon Assembly match. Each team recorded three pins but Whitehall scored eight victories on forfeits as Fort Ann just didn’t have the bodies to compete. Zach Diekel (195), Austin Rich (99) and Al Aubin (120) all recorded pins […]

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Soccer team falls to top opponents

After opening their season with a hard fought 1-0 victory over Granville,Whitehall’s varsity soccer team had an opportunity to see how they matched up against two of the league’s best teams last week. The Railroaders faced off againstFortAnnand defending league championLake Georgeand it appears they have some work to do if they want to be […]

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Golf splits home opener

The Whitehall Golf varsity golf team hosted its first home match of the season last Friday at Skene Valley Country Club defeating Fort Edward and falling to Fort Ann. Colby LaChapelle, Chris Talbert and Adam Koeble all recorded wins forWhitehallin their match with the Flying Forts which they won 3.5 to 2.5. Garrett Beebe tied […]

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Edward Harold LaMay, 85

Edward Harold LaMay, a native of Whitehall, died June 24 of natural causes in Durham, N.C. He was 85 years […]

CanalFest begins Friday

It’s time for a carnival. Whitehall’s annual Canal Festival returns to the Skenesborough Harbor Park on Friday, July 11 and […]

Pember to host book sale July 11 and 12

The books are piled high, the plants have been potted and the snacks have been baked as the Friends of […]

Village to work on stricter nuisance laws

By Dan King Nuisance issues have been one of the top priorities for Mayor Peter Telisky and he has done […]

Police to carry Tasers

Whitehall Police Department has released intentions to equip its officers with electronic control devices, more commonly known by their brand […]

Museum opens for 55th year

By Dan King Since 1959, the Skenesborough Museum has been a vital part of the Whitehall community and that continues […]

School to hold informational meeting

Whitehall School District Superintendent Elizabeth Legault will be holding an informational meeting for all parents at the elementary and secondary […]

Spiny water flea nearing Lake Champlain

By Dan King Spiny water fleas, an invasive species from Europe and Asia, are creeping closer to Lake Champlain. The […]

Fireworks to launch July 10

If you didn’t get your fill of fireworks last weekend, this evening could be your final chance. The Village of […]

GCS exploring possibility of offering SUNY classes

Officials from the Granville Central School District and SUNY Adirondack are exploring ways they can strengthen the connection between the […]

Scribner elected board president

Eric Scribner is the new president of the Granville Board of Education. Scribner received the unanimous support of his fellow […]

Credit Union to host Grand Opening

It’s not exactly a homecoming, but you’ll have to excuse the staff of Great Meadow Federal Credit Union for feeling […]