Tag Archives: Deer Season

Outdoors in Whitehall with Gene Terry: End of another deer season

As you read this, northern zone is over with for another year and Black Powder season in the southern zone closed on Dec. 18. It’s been a long non-productive season for many. There was no feed in the woods for the deer. Where they went to have lunch and supper is beyond me. My success […]

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Warm winter good for deer

Jessica and her deer

The warmest winter in more than 40 years coupled with a mild spring is expected to lead to a strong deer hunting season this fall, according to biologists in both New York and Vermont. “It should be better than last year,” said Ed Reed, a wildlife biologist with the N.Y. State Department of Environmental Conservation. […]

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Outdoors in Whitehall with Gene Terry: Slow start to deer season

I don’t know about all you hunters out there, but deer hunting this year has been slow, very slow, non-existent slow. I’ve been out quite a bit and in most areas not even a squirrel, bird, chipmunk, nothing. There’s definitely not the feed in the woods that the animals rely on. The hunters aren’t seeing […]

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Outdoors in Whitehall with Gene Terry: Deer season changes proposed

Now here it is the middle of April and most people are hoping for the weather we had in March to return. The weather we’re having in April is typical April weather. What we had in March was fantastic. I know it’s early, but here are the proposed deer and bear seasons for 2012 in […]

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Outdoors in Whitehall with Gene Terry: Snow throws hunters a curveball

Snow does a crazy thing when you get it during hunting season. It drives all the hunters crazy with wanting to be out in the woods stalking that buck. The only trouble with this year’s first snow fall, it was too much. Ten inches of heavy slippery snow fell where we hunt causing all kinds […]

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Deer season finally hits full stride

By Derek Liebig   The anticipation has been building for months and will reach its peak early Saturday morning as the first rays of sunshine appear on the southern horizon, illuminating fields and wood lots throughout the area. Waiting patiently along hillsides, hedgerows and behind blinds, will be hunters hoping to catch a glimpse of […]

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Outdoors in Whitehall with Gene Terry

Opening of the Northeast Duck Season on Oct. 1 turned out to be as busy as possible. We got out of the woods just before all the rain came down and down and down for the whole weekend. It wasn’t very good for the duck hunters. The ducks loved it though. Bow season so far […]

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Rainy opening for duck season

By Gene Terry It stands to reason if it’s going to rain what other day is more appropriate than the first day of duck hunting on Oct. 1. It not only poured, the north wind added to the discomfort of every duck hunter out there. Needless to say we were all good and wet in […]

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Local deer processor aids food pantries

Over the last 15 years, John Rozell has processed thousands of deer in the small facility in his garage, and in the last seven years, more than a ton of the meat has gone to the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York. “That does sound like a lot, but it accumulates over the years,” […]

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‘Finding Bigfoot’ draws large crowd

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By Dan King The green trucker hat atop the mop top head of James ‘Bobo’ Fay read “Keep it Squatchy” […]

Washington County residents smoke more, weigh more

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By Derek Liebig County residents smoke more, weigh more and have limited access to exercise and medical care in Washington […]

Wiskoski wins Distinguished Young Women crown

Haley Wiskoski waves to the crowd after winning the 2016 DYW title

By Dan King Haley Wiskoski has become the first junior to win the Distinguished Young Women Program at Whitehall High […]

Family racing to beat cancer

Racing Against Cancer

By Derek Liebig When Frank Hoard Jr. climbs into his race car later this month at Lebanon Valley Speedway, he […]

Whitehall man faces sexual abuse charges

A Whitehall man with an extensive criminal record has been indicted on charges that accuse him of multiple occasions of […]

Village of Whitehall officials honored

By Dan King Bob Dylan once said “the times, they are a changing,” and such is the case in the […]

Eagle Scout to build prayer garden

Eagle Scout Project

By Dan King Garrett Stevens hopes by the time his Eagle Scout project is over that people won’t even recognize […]

Man arrested for growing pot

MUGSHOT-Pot grower

A New Hampshire man was charged last week with operating a marijuana growing operation out of a house he owns […]

Whitehall still seeking superintendent

By Dan King Finding a new superintendent of schools, even an interim appointee, is proving to be not a quick […]

State aid unclear for school budget

By Derek Liebig Uncertainty over the distribution of state aid is muddling Granville Central School District’s budget process. The district […]

Village of Whitehall eyes 1.4 percent tax increase

By Dan King The proposed budget for the Village of Whitehall would raise taxes slightly. The Village Board work-shopped its […]

Granville man arrested for fraud

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A Granville man was charged last week with a felony after he tried to use a stolen public benefits card. […]