Tag Archives: Clock

Clock ticks merrily along its way

The clock is OK. John Freed, who restored the World War II Veteran’s Memorial clock said recently residents should not be concerned if they noticed the clock does not always light up at night during the summer months. Freed said he installed a thermostat which will turn the light out if temperatures get too warm […]

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Veterans Memorial Clock photos available

Photographer Alan Nyiri with clock restorer John Freed dispalying the three sizes of print available for purchase.

Fans of the Veterans Memorial Clock can now get their own copy of an iconic photograph of the clock lit up at night from the cover of the Granville Community Guide. The image of the clock by Poultney, Vt., photographer Alan Nyiri, lit up and a wintry night with the houses on North Street shimmering […]

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WWII Clock Rededication now on DVD

Created by technology coodinator Dan Nelson and crew at Granville High School.

It was a milestone 67 years in the making and now the memory of the rededication of the World War II Veterans Memorial Clock can be purchased for viewing at home. More than 1,000 people gathered to acknowledge the men who served from the Greatest Generation as well as the man who restored the Memorial […]

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more clock articles

This series of articles are copied from the Granville Sentinel files from late 1942 and 1943 when the Veterans Memorial Clock first came into being.       Clock articles Transcribed by Matthew Rice  – errors were left in the copy as printed unless otherwise noted        – from Dec. 3, 1942 Granville […]

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Tracing the clocks timeline

Clock origin uncovered, repair to begin soon It hangs above Main Street and has been the subject of much discussion over the years. But new questions have entered the dialog about the Veterans Memorial Clock since fixing it once and for all became the favorite topic of clock fans in Granville. (more…)

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blog around the clock

Bloggity spot       It’s good to see the sun out and I’m looking forward to when the ground is completely thawed out – shouldn’t be long until the teams can actually get out on the grass and play. Coming soon previews for the seasons of all four teams.     In other sporting […]

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Good-bye bridge, hello rail trail

The clock is ticking on the remaining few days of the Trestle Bridge. Mayor Jay Niles said he spoke with representatives of Dan’s Hauling, the company hired by the state to remove the bridge, and they say immediately following the holiday weekend the crane will be onsite… (more…)

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Norton, Rocque, Scrimo elected

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By Dan King The results are in and the three new faces on the Whitehall Board of Education will be […]

Celani, Bartholomew, McDermott, Torres win seats

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By Joshua Bassett The Granville CSD Board of Education faced a lot of possible changes Tuesday night, as four seats […]

Whitehall pledges support for medical marijuana facility

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By Dan King The number of Washington County municipalities pledging support for a medical marijuana growing facility in the county […]

Communities prepare for Memorial Day

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Patriotism will be the epicenter of life in the greater Washington County and Lakes Region Area next week. Many towns […]

Roads in Hartford to change hands, names

By Dan King “Old-timers” in Hartford will soon have to adjust to some street name changes in the town. The […]

Smith leads Horde youth movement

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By Laura McCusker The Granville High School tennis team played to a 6-2 record this spring. To help it achieve […]

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