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When Pete Seeger came to Granville

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By Jaime Thomas It was the spring of 1967, and the United States’ involvement in Vietnam was in full swing. Across the nation, protests were breaking out between those who supported it and those who were against it. It was at this time that William Taggart, a local history teacher, thought he would try to […]

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Freedom Hawk to play Thursday

As summer vacation comes to a close, so does Granville’s summer concert series. But those savoring the Thursday night music have one more chance to do so before it’s all said and done. Freedom Hawk, a local group offering a combination of rock styles and country, will finish off the concerts. The band was one […]

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Skeeter Morse to perform Thursday

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The forecast is sunny and clear, and village officials are hoping it stays that way through Thursday, so the summer concert series can take place. Concert fans should get to Veterans Park this week as the season is wrapping up, with only two more shows to go. Presenting classics from the 50s and 60s this […]

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Skeeter Morse to play Thursday concert

The forecast is sunny and clear, and village officials are hoping it stays that way through Thursday, so the summer concert series can take place. Concert fans should get to Veterans Park this week as the season is wrapping up, with only two more shows to go. Presenting classics from the 50s and 60s this […]

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Resident, officials at odds over ‘FOIL’ requests

By Jaime Thomas A Granville resident has been using Freedom of Information Laws to request information from the Pember Library and Museum to find out exactly what the library board is doing financially. But George Henry doesn’t think he is getting what he’s asking for. “I strongly deny that I have any feeling that the […]

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Four candidates compete for three slots on school board

By Jaime Thomas Four candidates are vying and only three slots are open on the Granville Board of Education as elections swiftly approach. In addition to incumbent candidates Kevin Ely, Dale Olsen and Eric Scribner, Audrey Hicks is now on the bid for the position. She said she is running for several reasons; primarily, she […]

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Letter sent, response awaited

By Jaime Thomas The ball is in Tom Burke’s court. Local historians and concerned citizens, however, are hoping that isn’t a wrecking ball. At a meeting two weeks ago, they asked Town Supervisor Matt Hicks to write a letter to Burke, who owns the property that holds the old Quaker meeting house and two other […]

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Mystery tool solved

By Jaime Thomas After two fruitless years of searching for the purpose of a tool he had purchased at an estate sale, Willard Graham contacted the Sentinel for some help. Only days after a picture and description of the tool were published in the paper, Graham had his answer. While a number of locals contacted […]

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Main Street landmark disappears

Nov. 13, 2012 The Loss of Another Main Street Landmark- Fire removed yet another historic part of Granville’s business district streetscape. The more-than century-old Washington County National Bank stood out from its adjoining buildings by its tall white marble façade with the name of the bank in low-relief within its pediment. The fire of 48 […]

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Mettawee copes with vandals

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By Jaime Thomas The Mettawee Community School in West Pawlet is using an act of vandalism as a teachable moment. An unknown driver heavily damaged the lawn at the school on Columbus Day weekend. Though officials don’t know the exact date of the vandalism, they believe it happened on Monday, Oct. 8. Principal Brooke DeBonis […]

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Rain stops, the park rocks

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By Jamie Norton The skies opened up five minutes before Daryl Magill – one of the biggest draws of the […]

Dresden works to eradicate invasive weeds

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By Dan King The town of Dresden has started its annual effort to remove invasive water chestnuts from Lake Champlain, […]

Man walking to D.C. to ‘raise awareness’

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By Dan King Don Duncan may be 65 years old but he’s not letting that stop him from raising awareness […]

Town, village to pledge support for bike trail

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By Dan King A multi-use trail from Waterford to Whitehall is expected to receive letters of support from both the […]

Hebron woman charged with urinating outside store

By Christina Scanlon A Hebron woman faces several charges, including driving while intoxicated and possession of marijuana, after witnesses and […]

Area man to hold talk about Robin Williams

By Linda Ellingsworth It’s been almost a year since the untimely passing of comic great Robin Williams, and a local […]

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