Tag Archives: Rescuers

Crash victims identified

Although authorities are not yet sure why the victims were traveling to Rutland, Vt. from Brooklyn, NY officials now say they know the names of the occupants from the fiery crash that claimed three lives Nov. 14. All of the victims were from Brooklyn, police said. The lone survivor has been identified as 18-year-old Jasmina […]

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GMC spend night on mountain

A small group of students from Green Mountain College in Poultney, Vt. spent an unplanned night in the woods just outside of Granville in Pawlet, Vt. Nov. 10 after becoming separated from a class outing. The three students were reported missing about 3 p.m. An afternoon search Nov. 10 failed to locate the students. The […]

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Two boys rescued on river

One of two boys who fell into the Mettowee River near Manchester Wood is evaluated in an ambulance Monday evening.

Two North Street youths got a dunk in ice cold water and a serious scare but were otherwise unharmed after falling into the Mettowee River late Monday afternoon. Officials said the boys, one 9 and one 12, were playing in the area behind Manchester Wood along the banks of the Mettowee River when the pair […]

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wednesday

Water Rescue A big scare for a couple of Glen Street kids this afternoon as they took a little unintentional float down the Mettowee River. Rescuers on hand saved the day, but scary stuff nonetheless. Seems some of the kid’s friends called 911 and got first responders on the scene right away. A good thing […]

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Common Core, not so common

Opt Out signs

By Dan King and Derek Liebig A growing number of area parents are choosing to have their children opt out […]

Whitehall/Fort Ann merger in jeopardy?

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By Dan King Members of the Whitehall Board of Education aren’t sure if they want to continue the district’s merger […]

Granville in the Civil War

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By Col. Edward “Ned” Fish, Sr. (U.S. Army, Retired) In the coming months of 2015, the four-year-long series of events […]

Cameras considered for park vandalism

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By Dan King Whitehall officials are concerned about a perceived rise in vandalism at both the town and village parks. […]

Baseball team has uneven week

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By Joshua Bassett Granville’s baseball team had two close games in Wasaren League action this week, winning their first game […]

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