Tag Archives: Tuesday Morning

North end flooding still a concern

By Derek Liebig The state of flooding in the village’s north end has improved since last week, but remains a concern for residents who live along the canal and Lake Champlain. Several residents reported that water levels had dropped about a foot by the end of last week, but had subsequently gone back up with […]

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Rough Weekend; waters rise

By Derek Liebig Temperatures may have reached into the 70’s over the weekend but the affects of a long and snowy winter were still being felt as local residents deal with some of the worse flooding many have seen in years. Water levels throughout Whitehall reached flood levels after several days of persistent rainfall and […]

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Voting Machine Down

District One election worker Kathy Terrio shows voter Steven Lynch how to cast his ballot in the new voting machines Nov. 2. No issues were reported with voting machines in Districts One, Four or Five.

District two and three offline five hours Voters in the two largest voting districts in Granville ran into a problem Tuesday morning when they arrived to find the voting machine did not work. Election observer Diane Martin said when the village hall on Quaker Street opened for voters in District 2 and District 3 the […]

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Heart Attack Claims Hurley

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 […]

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Sad News

Sad news hit the Granville community just hours after the Sentinel went to press Tuesday morning with word Supervisor Rodger Hurley died. At 70, Hurley was vital and energetic so that makes his death from a heart attack that much more shocking.   “Just months into his second term after winning a nail-biter election that […]

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Hurley wins by 22

Final gap 22 in supervisor race Democratic incumbent Rodger Hurley’s lead held up Tuesday morning and what was a 15-vote edge on Nov. 3 became a 22-vote margin of victory following the counting of 71 absentee ballots Nov. 10.   (more…)

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Super search down to 3

The Granville Board of Education has narrowed its search for a new school district superintendent to three finalists. (more…)

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Granville reacts to Whitehall decision

No sewer jet for you. Granville Village Mayor Jay Niles said the Seinfeld-esque phrase will be the village’s response to requests for assistance until the impending lawsuit by the village of Whitehall is resolved. (more…)

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Poultney Earth Fair Wednesday, April 22

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7th graders choose Earth Fair theme By Joshua Bassett The eighth annual Poultney Earth Fair is going to be different […]

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Golden Horde teams to grace hall of fame

1930 Football Team

By Derek Liebig A pair of fabled gridiron teams from Granville’s past will be enshrined in the Capital Region Football […]

Eleven petitions out for Whitehall Board of Education

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By Dan King A tumultuous school year has prompted a record number of candidates to seek seats on the Whitehall […]

Fans fawn over Mick Foley

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By Dan King While his act in the ring may have been barbaric, the mood of Mick Foley’s meet-and-greet in […]

Hope Ludwig to have photo in Hyde Collection

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By Derek Liebig An aspiring young photographer from Granville is among a select group of high school students who will […]

Granville tennis opens with win

Granville’s tennis team opened its season Monday afternoon with a win over Whitehall. The Horde swept both doubles matches and […]

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