Tag Archives: Department Of Civilian Marksmanship

Outdoors in Whitehall with Gene Terry: Group dontates time to teach youth safety

Several weeks ago I wrote in my column about the Department of Civilian Marksmanship program that we had here in Whitehall. This was held at the Whitehall’s Senior Rifle Clubs building, which was at the north end of Main Street. It was there that the first hunter training courses were held. The members of the […]

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Outdoors in Whitehall with Gene Terry: Rifle Club teaches kids to treat guns with respect

Did you know, and it’s a sure thing that you didn’t, along with thousands of other residents in New York State, that the shooting in Sandy Hook was not done by an assault rifle. It was done by the nut with four pistols. The assault rifle was found in his trunk unfired. This whole process […]

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Eggleston, Redmond Whitehall’s top seniors

Amber Eggleston

By Dan King Last year Whitehall High School’s top two seniors were boys, this year they’re girls. Amber Eggleston and […]

Outdoor park closed until further notice

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By Joshua Bassett After a heavy amount of activity for the annual “spring fling” event and mud left on the […]

Poultney Street Bridge repairs on schedule

Bridge

By Dan King Traffic has been burdensome, but state Department of Transportation officials say they are slightly ahead of schedule […]

Mother of eight tells keys to motherhood

Mothers Day

By Dan King Carol Rocque, a mother of eight, says that faith, selflessness and respect are the keys to being […]

Baseball splits a pair

By Joshua Bassett The Granville varsity baseball team took a loss, but also notched its second Wasaren win of the […]

Tennis team splits pair of matches

The Whitehall varsity tennis team split its two matches last week, defeating Greenwich and losing to Warrensburg. Last Tuesday, the […]

Softball team still hot

By Joshua Bassett The Granville softball team may be below .500, but it picked up a couple of big victories […]

Mom’s 177 offspring bring her joy

Photo Scan

By Joshua Bassett Elsie McGraw has many pictures of her family members in her living room. There are pictures of […]

Village looking to abandon road

The Whitehall Village Board is looking to abandon a road that no longer gets used. The board of trustees made […]

Railroaders drop thriller, bounce back against Burghers

Poczobut slides head first into home

By Dan King Last Wednesday, the Whitehall baseball team defeated Corinth by a score of 12-4 to advance to 6-0 […]

Scribner wins four events

By Joshua Bassett Taylor Scribner won four events at a track meet between Granville, Stillwater and Lake George High Schools […]

Tennis team bounces back

By Joshua Bassett Granville’s tennis team has played fairly well recently, coming back from a tough loss with a nice […]

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