Tag Archives: John Tanner

Stolen Signs a Safety Concern for Town

John Tanner is missing some signs and it’s got him concerned. The town superintendent of highways told the Granville Town Board on Sept. 9 the recent rash of street sign thefts has him bothered and just a little hot under the collar.   While the problem is not a new one, Tanner said, it is an […]

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Town tax increase spurs board debate

  Board splits on 2.1 percent increase The Granville Town Board has agreed on a tentative budget that contains a 2.1 percent tax increase, something one member said the people can’t afford. (more…)

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Water Rates to Climb

North Granville water rates to double Costs associated with operation of the North Granville water district have led officials to enact steep rate hikes for users outside of the district. (more…)

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Lakes Classifieds – 06/26/15

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Classifieds 06/24/14

Future uncertain, McHugh to speak at graduation

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By Dan King Despite a whirlwind of rumors Thursday and Friday, high school Principal Kelly McHugh will be allowed to […]

Sixty to graduate Friday night

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By Dan King A group of 60 Whitehall High School seniors will have years of hard work come to a […]

Granville to graduate 87

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By Joshua Bassett For the 87 students graduating from Granville Junior-Senior High School, a journey that began 12 years ago […]

Undersheriff urges grads to ‘make better choices’

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By Dan King With graduation season upon us, Washington County Undersheriff John Winchell is taking the opportunity to educate the […]

Bike path could lead to Whitehall

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By Dan King A topic that is often discussed in Whitehall is how to bring in more tourism, and one […]

School board, students praised

Saying that he has worked with the American Legion for more than 16 years and interviewed many students from Granville […]

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