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Outdoors in Whitehall with Gene Terry: Trout in Mettowee

If it ever stops raining we might have a decent summer. Haven’t found time to go fishing, have too much lawn to mow. The Lake Champlain Invitational fishing derby last weekend had thousands of fishermen entered from all over the country. I didn’t notice any big winners from Whitehall. There are numerous categories to fish […]

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Putnam Honor Roll announced

PutnamCentralSchool has announced its list of honor students for the fourth quarter of the 2012-13 school year. The students (listed by grade level) are: Sixth Grade High Honors: Cheyenne Bowman, Brett Moore, Emily Purkey and Savannah Smith.   Fifth Grade Honors: Steven Barnaby and David Bechard, Jr. High Honors: Conall Tierney   Fourth Grade Honors: […]

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Reading program offered at library

Dig Into Reading is the theme for the summer reading program that will be held at the Whitehall Library. Children are asked to stop in the library this week to register. They will be able to sign up for the program that is geared towards their specific age group. Pre-school through grade 2 will meet with Kathi […]

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Man arrested for felony assault

A Whitehall man was charged with felony assault following an incident of horseplay gone wrong. Police say Jason A. Brown, 30, of Saunders Street, stuffed another man’s face into a fish tank and punched him repeatedly in the incident. The victim suffered minor facial injuries but was not seriously hurt. Brown and the victim were […]

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Man charged with strangulation

A local man was indicted on multiple felonies for allegedly choking a woman unconscious earlier this month. A Washington County Grand Jury handed up the indictment against Travis M. Carr, 26, of Whitehall on Thursday. Carr is accused of attacking a woman with whom he was acquainted at a home in Dresden on June 8. […]

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Hampton shows support for Head Start

The Town of Hampton formally threw its support behind Washington County Head Start. The town board unanimously endorsed a request by the beleaguered organization to include the community on a letter urging Congress to reconsider spending cuts that have left the program in dire straits. The Washington County Head Start program has seen a $201,371 […]

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Grads told to define themselves

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When U.S. Air Force Technical Sergeant Michael Greenwood graduated from Whitehall High School in 1998 he never thought he’d return years later to address the Class of 2013. At the time, he didn’t even know what he’d be doing that fall. “I didn’t know what to do. I didn’t prepare and I didn’t care,” Greenwood […]

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Village: Mow your lawns or we will

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The village is begrudgingly entering the landscaping business.  Frustrated by the number of unkempt lawns and property owners’ indifference toward addressing the problem, the village is moving forward with a plan to mow the lawns itself and recoup costs from owners. “I’m fed up, and at this point, I’ve had enough,” said Mayor Peter Telisky, […]

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Rec. Center offering summer programs for children

Rec Center Summer programs

Tomorrow marks the official start of summer vacation for Whitehall-area youth, and kids looking for a way to fill their suddenly clear schedules will find plenty of recreational opportunities at the Rec. Center. The center has released its slate of summer programs and the list includes everything from crafts to sports. Most programs will begin […]

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Students conduct own verison of Mythbusters

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If you eat a piece of food that’s been on the floor less than five seconds, can you avoid ingesting any germs? And which bounces higher, a frozen tennis ball or a heated tennis ball? These questions and many more were considered, hypothesized, and tested as part of Whitehall Elementary School’s annual Science Fair, held […]

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Classifieds 05/27/14

Hampton Firehouse sale looms

Hampton firehouse

By Joshua Bassett Barring someone petitioning for a public referendum within 30 days of May 20, the Hampton Town Board […]

Whitehall Elementary honors fallen heroes

Winners of the citizenship awards

By Dan King Although the weather started chilly on Thursday, it turned nice just in time for the annual Whitehall […]

Huge turnout for Whitehall parade

Charles Austin and Henry Gurney escort Cathy Aiken to place the wreath

By Dan King “I didn’t even know there were this many people in Whitehall,” a spectator said as he watched […]

Granville High School honors fallen soldiers

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By Joshua Bassett Granville High School’s gym was quiet Friday afternoon as many gathered there to give thanks to the […]

Hot dog contest next weekend

By Joshua Bassett After a one-year hiatus, the “What’s Up Dawgs Hot Dawg Eating Contest” is back. The event will […]

Hundreds join in Granville parade

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By Joshua Bassett Hundreds gathered Monday on Granville’s Main Street and in Veterans Park to honor and celebrate those lost […]

Car rally to boast more than just cars

According to organizers of the Penrhyn Engine Co. Car Rally in Middle Granville, they’ve seen it all over the years. […]

Beauty will be rewarded

The Slate Valley Garden Club is taking submissions for the organization’s annual beautification awards from now until August. Anyone with […]

Pratts question Hampton coverage

By Joshua Bassett During the public participation portion of a Hampton Town Board meeting last week, Arnie Pratt and his […]

Slate Valley Museum to host ‘spring tasting’

By Laura McCusker The Slate Valley Museum in Granville will host its first-ever Spring Tasting on the Alley on Saturday, […]

Granville FFA goes to convention

Granville FFA Convention pic

By Tara Cook New York State FFA 2014-2015 vice-president Seth Browe, was elected to be the 2015-2016 District 3 FFA […]

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