Tag Archives: Cash Donations

Hoyt concert raises $1,300

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A number of local music fans came out for Phil Hoyt’s benefit concert for Operation Adopt A Soldier on Saturday. The event kicked off with a two-loop flyover by three planes, piloted by Don Latterall, Merle Latterall and Bernie Baker. Brittney Donman started the patriotic show by singing the national anthem before Hoyt took the […]

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Hoyt to perform 2nd annual concert

By Jaime Thomas The village’s concert series is finishing, but Phil Hoyt will keep the music going for one more week. On Saturday, Sept. 14, Hoyt will hold the second annual Operation Adopt a Soldier Benefit Concert in Veterans Park from 1 to 3 p.m. Hoyt said the decision to help out the organization came […]

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Donations sought for family who lost everything in fire

By Jaime Thomas When fire tore through a Hebron family’s home on Big Burch Hill Sunday evening, they escaped with their lives. Unfortunately, they lost everything else. The fire quickly spread through the entire mobile home, destroyed most of everything inside and even melted the refrigerator. “When trailers get on fire, they burn through so […]

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TFCU offering self defense class

The Ticonderoga Federal Credit Union (TFCU) will host a Self Defense Class, led by Murray’s Family Martial Arts Center Instructors, at 6:30 p.m. on August 13 at the Best Western Plus in Ticonderoga. Attendees will learn a modern approach to today’s personal protection needs using awareness and prevention techniques. Attendees will learn joint locks and […]

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Holiday Train rolls into town Friday

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The familiar rumble of a train passing through the village will be joined by the sounds of joyous children, the ho-ho-ho of Santa Claus, and the melodic strumming of acoustic guitars as the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train returns to the community to support the Whitehall Food Pantry. The train has hit the rails to raise […]

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Holiday food train pulls in Monday

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On Monday, the familiar click-clack of a train rolling through Whitehall will fill the air around Main Street, but if you stop and listen closely you’ll also be able to hear the laughter of children, the harmonies of country musicians and a warm welcome from Santa Claus. The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train of Lights is […]

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Girl Scouts help out

Girl Scouts help food pantries   Community service is a large part of scouting and the combined Granville Whitehall Girl Scout troop showed that off May 21 as they tried once again to ‘stuff-a-bus.’ In its fourth year, after starting in 2008, the Girl Scouts doggedly pursue their goal of filling up a full-sized 60-passenger […]

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Local groups ready Haiti help efforts

Local organizations ready Haiti help efforts   With the news a 7.0 magnitude earthquake has devastated the island nation of Haiti, relief and rescue groups are springing into action to lend a hand.      (more…)

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Rivals speak on sports’ success

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By Derek Liebig When the Granville Board of Education decided last week to abandon the school district’s 30-year affiliation with […]

Landlord says he is remedying properties

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By Dan King A Queensbury man, who owns multiple properties in Whitehall, says he has been working on getting all […]

District to reevaluate schedule

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By Dan King Whitehall School District Superintendent Liz Legault said the district will begin working toward a new block schedule […]

Probation officers to carry firearms

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By Derek Liebig In a split vote, the Washington County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution last week authorizing probation […]

Two close losses for boys’ hoops

The Whitehall boys’ basketball team lost two games by a combined nine points last week. On Friday evening, the Railroaders […]

No new leads in case of missing man

By Derek Liebig It’s been a year since Jonathan Schaff was last seen walking from a Main Street bar toward […]