Tag Archives: Memory

New book salutes local WWII veterans

Former Granville resident Michelle Yauger will return in mid-October, and she will be bringing an important piece of Granville history with her. The town has always been proud of its veterans, especially the 32 Granville men who died in World War II. The Main Street clock stands in memory of the town’s veterans, and the […]

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In memory of Jim Goodrich

When he had his “swap shop” on Main Street, I’d go in looking for something, say 1950s vintage, for background in my writing area.  He’d quickly direct me to the right sector.  I’d wander around a bit and call him over for a question and we’d get into relating a certain piece back to things […]

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In memory of Snuffy Wetherby

An act of love for a friend can come in many forms.  In books and in movies there have been many great scenes, but none could be more touching than the one displayed at Snuffy Wetherby’s funeral in Middletown Springs recently.  Snuffy was always talking and bragging about his horse Tommy.  He was a lover […]

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In memory of Rose Minogue

Rose grew up on the south side of Fair Haven, a member of the fine Italian family, the Crucittis. After the war (WWII), she and her husband, Creighton, were very involved in Post 49 American Legion and Auxiliary. She was quiet and reserved with that beautiful moon-faced smile of a cute little Italian girl.  Such […]

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In memory of Rose Minogue

Rose grew up on the south side of Fair Haven, a member of the fine Italian family, the Crucittis. After the war (WWII), she and her husband, Creighton, were very involved in Post 49 American Legion and Auxiliary. She was quiet and reserved with that beautiful moon-faced smile of a cute little Italian girl.  Such […]

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In memory of Marilyn Coloutti

The soft and gentle and peaceful approach to life makes for really nice people. Brought up in the old school, she was always polite and very serious as she went about her business.  She always knew what she wanted and never seemed to need much help in the store.  As you get older, you need […]

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In memory of Elaine Curran

When I first met Elaine I was dating her daughter and in that first conversation with her something very special was happening.  It was like a bell ringing.  I had no idea but I knew it was good. Several years later I was at Castleton State’s library working on something I was writing.  When I […]

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In memory of Jim Coombs

As a young man you could have thrown him into a room with a bunch of wild animals, wait 10 minutes, and he would have come out brushing his hands, like he had just done a good day’s work. Next, he went to work as a bouncer at the Hampton Manor and got a look […]

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In Memory of Eleanor Golden 1923 – 2005

Five years ago you left us, You didn’t say “Goodbye.” You knew we’d not forget you, We would never even try! You filled our home with love and cheer, How can it be that you’re not here? We will miss you now and evermore, Your memory we hold “Dear.” Husband Joseph H. Golden and Family

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In Memoriam Carol A. Nadeau & Beatrice A. Mead

Carol A. Nadeau Feb 13, 1944 – Oct 24, 2008 Beatrice A. Mead Feb 22, 1932 – Oct 14, 2007 A rose so rare One of a kind, Love and beauty a mother Yes mine. A rose without thorns Not a petal was torn, A perfect rose stood straight and tall My mother was the […]

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Torres will coach – again

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By Krystle S. Morey After a months-long process of back-and-forth appointments, rescinded hires and resignations, Mario Torres has been named […]

500 alumni attend Whitehall All-Class Reunion

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By Dan King Alumni from 19 states and two foreign countries made their way to Whitehall for the Whitehall High […]

Local couple to reopen Scotties’

Mark and Edie Pickard of Granville purchased Scotties’, a long-time diner and gift shop on Main Street, last week. The couple plans to preserve the atmosphere of the former Scotties’.

By Krystle S. Morey After about six months of negotiations, Scotties’ has been sold – and to a local couple. […]

Hicks tasked with reuniting school board

School Board President Audrey Hicks was reelected Monday, July 11. She is pictured here being sworn in at the board’s reorganizational meeting.

By Krystle S. Morey Focusing on academics, improving the graduation rate and boosting student participation are just a few things […]

Feature: ‘I’ve had a lot of fun in my life’

Margaret Lloyd Hoey

By Dan King Margaret Lloyd Hoey has seen a little bit of everything in her lifetime. The 95-year-old Whitehall High […]

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Granville to pursue $30K Rail Trail planning grant

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By Krystle S. Morey The Granville Town Board voted unanimously at its meeting last Thursday to be the lead agency […]

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