Tag Archives: Good Job

Steves resigns as school board president

Opportunity prompts school board president to step down       Moments after announcing the decision to hire a permanent high school principal, Granville Board of Education President John Steves announced he was stepping down Monday night. Steves said he offered his letter of resignation, which was accepted by the board so he could “pursue […]

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Village tightens trash rules

The Village Board took an important step in its ongoing mission to clean up the community Tuesday evening when it passed a law regarding the proper storage and disposal of solid waste within the village. The law, which has been discussed and revised several times over the last two to three months, received the unanimous […]

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School board changes took planning

Transparency policy long planned move, says board       Although it coincided with the first meeting led by new Granville Board of Education President John Steves, school officials said the move towards increased transparency had been in the planning stages for some time.   “We worked on that for more than a year” Steves said […]

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Bojanich heads South

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  Granville High School Principal Scott Bojanich resigned Monday night.   Bojanich has been with the district for almost a year to the day when the school board accepted his resignation.   “I’ve been treated very well here by the board and by the community and I would not leave for another (principal) job. This […]

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Voters approve small school-tax increase

By Derek Liebig Voters in the Whitehall Central School District overwhelmingly passed the 2011-12 budget earlier this week. Tuesday’s final tally saw 175 residents of the school district vote in favor of the budget, while 58 residents voted against the spending plan. Voters also returned incumbents Virginia Rivette and George Armstrong to the Board of […]

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Niles won’t seek new term

Mayor Jay Niles announced he decided not to run for another term.

  Granville will have a new mayor in the spring following a surprise announcement at the village board meeting Monday night. Mayor Jay Niles closed the Jan. 3 meeting by announcing he will not seek re-election when the village holds elections in March. The mayor, two board members and the village judge all come up […]

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wrestling thoughts

 Check out the video that goes along with this post. Happy holidays and Merry Christmas to all and especially to Granville 145-pounder Kurt Ehntholt for being such a good boy. I’m not being sarcastic, either. After the Lions’ tourney Saturday Santa should be bringing Kurt everything he wants because he’s been very, very good. In […]

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Studying Up for super-elect

Supervisor-elect Matt Hicks listens to a post-meeting discussion Nov. 5 at the village hall.

43 days and counting for Hicks

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Whitehall tax rate up 13-percent

The news did not get any better for the Whitehall town budget in the past week. At the public hearing on the preliminary 2011 spending plan on Nov. 4, town budget officer Kathy Jones said there was an increase to the tax rate due to new figures. “We got new information about retirement figures,” said […]

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Tom Scott to run for town supervisor

Democrats also nominate Ellingsworth for town board Former Granville Mayor Tom Scott has thrown his hat into a larger ring and is poised for a run at the town supervisor’s seat, Democrats announced Monday. The Granville Democratic Party announced the results of the Saturday caucus as town Democrat Party Chairman Nicholas Silitch confirmed the party […]

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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

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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

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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. […]