Tag Archives: Seventh Grade

Diekel wins 200th match, rest of team fares well

  Whitehallpicked up four wins at the Columbia Duals last weekend inEast Greenbush, but it was the number 200 everybody was talking about afterwards, as in the number of wins senior Zach Diekel has recorded as a high school wrestler. Diekel reached the milestone with by pinning his opponent fromColumbiain the final round of the […]

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Whitehall “Shadowing” program set

  By Bill Toscano  It’s an easy downhill walk from Whitehall Elementary School to Whitehall Central School, but for sixth-graders leaving sixth grade for seventh in the other building, it can seem like scaling a cliff.  That’s why, after the winter break, each of the 58 sixth-graders will get a chance to spend a full […]

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Palmer surpasses milestone

Karl Palmer said he can remember setting his sights on Mark Sabo as far back as seventh grade. In his final match of the day at the Colonie Duals on Dec. 11, Palmer surpassed Granville’s all-time wins leader just 11 matches into his senior year. Palmer was 9-1 at the notoriously difficult two-day tournament and […]

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Test scores up for Whitehall

For the first time, the Whitehall Central School District is exceeding expectations in all levels of state testing. (more…)

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Lakes Region Freepress – 10/02/15

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Classifieds 09/30/15

Putortis discuss LGBTQ issues in the Church


By Dan King Being gay in the Catholic Church is not an easy thing. With Pope Francis making his first-ever […]

Karas leaves


By Dan King Whitehall Central School business manager Joe Karas has left the district, leaving Gregg Chappell, director of special […]

Dry summer takes toll on area water supplies


By Dan King and Christina Scanlon A record-dry summer has taken its toll throughout the country, and Northern Washington County is […]

New Schoony’s owners look to return to general store roots


By Christina Scanlon A 1911 photo of what is today Schoonys Country Store shows a long two-story building with expanded […]

First Friday to be frighteningly good

By Christina Scanlon The rescheduling of First Friday events at the Pember Library and Museum and the Slate Valley Museum […]

A ‘really great student’ sets her sights on goal

By Christina Scanlon Lidia Medrano-Garcia had almost forgotten about a form she’d filled out at the end of her junior […]

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