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Relay teams fare well

Strong performances from its boys and girls relay teams and a pair of individual first place finishes highlighted a banner day for Whitehall’s indoor track team. The boys’ and girls’ 4X200 meter relay teams each recorded top six finishes at Williams College on Sunday and Tyler Sweenor and Morgan Winters each won their respective events. […]

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Museum director: It’s been an encouraging year

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The Skenesborough Museum has become an international travel destination this summer. Carol Greenough, director, said the museum has enjoyed an encouraging year, fueled in part by an influx of foreign tourists. “We’ve had a terrific number of people from out state and out of the country,” Greenough said last week. “I was really surprised to […]

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Gang to challenge Banks for Supervisor

Dresden Supervisor Robert Banks will be challenged for another term by a longtime resident of the community. George Gang, who has lived in Dresden for three-and-a-half decades, will oppose Banks for supervisor in this fall’s election. Gang received the Democratic nomination during that party’s caucus on Aug. 6. A part-time tax preparer for H&R Block, […]

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Museums, non-profits face challenges in promoting themselves

By Derek Liebig As Heritage Area director and head of the Skenesborough Museum, Carol Greenough has a firm grasp of Whitehall’s place in New York’s history, but what she can’t understand is why the community is not represented in some of the state’s tourism promotions. Whitehall, the birthplace—albeit disputed—of the U.S. Navy and a strategic […]

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USS Ticonderoga weedy no more

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Supervisor George Armstrong couldn’t justify paying a private company to remove the weeds growing around the U.S.S. Ticonderoga, so he decided to do it himself. Armstrong, with some help from his nephew, Michael Wade, and two local high school students  interning at his farm, removed weeds and other vegetation that had become entangled in the […]

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Town hopes to address weed-choked ship

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Two hundred years ago, the U.S.S. Ticonderoga sailed through the emerald green waters of Lake Champlain. Today it’s trapped in a sea of tangled green vegetation and the town is hoping to do something about it. Carol Greenough, heritage area director and head of the Skenesborough Museum, is trying to initiate an effort to remove […]

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Longtime teachers recognized

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The Board of Education bid a fond farewell Monday night to a half dozen longtime teachers. Daniel Mulholland, Karen Devendorf, Dorothy Hart, Penny Whiting, Margaret Sparano and Cheryl St. Clair, all of whom will retire at the end of the school year, were recognized by the board for their contributions to the district. Virginia Rivette, […]

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Lavin wins Triple Jump

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This story has been revised to include the results from the Section II meet in Fort Plain on May 25. An earlier version of this story had the incorrect results. Rebecca Lavin made sure she ended her high school track career on a high note. The senior wrapped up an outstanding season by winning the […]

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Track team wraps up season at Section II meet

Chilly temperatures and rain did nothing to dampen the spirit of Whitehall’s track team at last Wednesday’s Section II meet in Fort Plain. A number of athletes recorded top ten finishes despite the less than ideal conditions. As has been the case all year, the girls were led by Rebecca Lavin and Caitlyn Sandford, each […]

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Winters paces track team with top three finishes

Morgan Winters finished in a tie for first place in the girls 100 meter dash at a recent track meet held in Whitehall.

Before the season began, Justin Culligan, Whitehall’s track coach, talked about the competitive drive of Morgan Winters. Last Tuesday, members of the Wasaren League witnessed that drive first hand.  The eighth grader finished in a tie for first place in the girls’ 100 meter dash and was part of a 4×100 relay team that finished […]

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Granville-Whitehall face off Friday night

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By Keith Harrington An event that was once billed as “one of New York’s longest-running high school football rivalries” will […]

Act 46: Pawlet-Rupert merger committee votes for choice

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By Krystle S. Morey The seven-member committee tasked with merging Pawlet and Rupert school districts under Vermont’s Act 46 voted […]

Braymer monument to get facelift

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By Krystle S. Morey It was during a quiet family hike when Dan Williams realized the poor shape the Braymer […]

Towns crunching budgets

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By Krystle S. Morey and Matthew Saari Granville Town Supervisor Matt Hicks said it best about budget season: “Every year […]

‘Haunted house’ creepy

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By Matthew Saari The drive up to Skene Manor is normally a pleasant one. The manor and its drive offers […]

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