Members of the Republican Party in Granville confirmed Tuesday night their candidate for supervisor will change for the election in November. The Sentinel learned at press time that Beverly Tatko, interim supervisor and candidate in the fall election for supervisor, has withdrawn her name as a candidate and will not run. Deputy Supervisor Matt Rathbun […]
Cathy A. Wade, 52, passed away on Friday, April 2, 2010, at the Indian River Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Granville following a short illness. Cathy was born on April 22, 1957, in Granville, the daughter of Clarence L. (Pete) Brace and Marian (Schmidt) Brace. Cathy was employed as a cook at the Hen […]
Who knew? Latest word is that Matt Rathbun changed his mind about taking the interim supervisor’s position. After giving every indication he planned to accept the job, Rathbun said today he will not be named tonight at the special 7 p.m. board meeting. Haven’t heard yet if this changes anything at the county […]
The winter weather might have been a bummer for those who snowshoe, snowmobile or generally just like to play in the snow, but it turns out it was a good thing for area maple producers.
Rodger Hurley claimed by heart attack Granville Supervisor Rodger Hurley got to serve just 61 of the 730 days he was elected to serve in November as the first two-term Democrat to hold the office in the history of the office in Granville.
Granville Supervisor Rodger Hurley died Tuesday morning from a heart attack en route to Glens Fall Hospital. He was 70 years old. Just months into his second term after winning a nail-biter election that came down to counting absentee ballots, Hurley called 911 about 8:30 a.m. complaining of chest pains. Hurley was taken by ambulance […]
Clarence L. “Pete” Brace Jr., age 88, died Sunday, Jan. 10, 2010, at Rutland (Vt.) Regional Medical Center surrounded by family. Clarence was born on Sept. 28, 1921, in Comstock, the son of Clarence and Flora (Warner) Brace. He grew up in Wells, Vt., where his parents owned and operated Brace’s Garage, and […]
Family (and club) fired up for snow season It’s not every person in the Northeast who gets excited when winter finally really hits and the snow begins to fly, but every person doesn’t own a snowmobile.
While other communities surrounding Whitehall have seen high increases in illness, the news here is so far, so good.