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Presentation aims to combat cyber bullying

Cyber Bullying

By Dan King In a world that is always plugged in through social media, it becomes more important to be aware of how to be safe online. Tonight from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Whitehall High School auditorium, there will be a presentation on the current trends of social media use, particularly the issue of cyber […]

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Canal opens four days early; town hopes for economic boon

Canal Open

By Dan King One of Whitehall’s most prominent summer industries opened earlier than expected. The Champlain Canal opened for the season last Wednesday, four days earlier than previously expected. Canal Corporation officials said the early opening was thanks to a mild winter this year. Whitehall town officials turned on the electricity and water at the […]

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Meet The Candidate Night Video

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Trump, Sanders take Washington County

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By Dan King An outspoken businessman and a democratic socialist walk into Washington County – and they leave victorious. During Tuesday’s presidential primary race, businessman Donald Trump and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders swept Washington County. Trump was the top Republican vote-getter in all six towns in our coverage area and Sanders was the top Democratic […]

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Canal Clean Sweep Thursday

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By Jamie Norton Volunteer groups and individuals are invited to participate in the 11th annual Canal Clean Sweep, the spring cleaning of the state canal system and Canalway Trail, on April 22-24. More than 100 events have been scheduled across the 524-mile-long canal system, providing nearly unlimited opportunities for residents to give back to their local community and to show […]

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Bartholomew proud of first year as mayor

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By Jamie Norton Ken Bartholomew has had a productive year in his first as mayor of the village of Whitehall. Reflecting on his accomplishments since he was sworn in a year ago this month, Bartholomew feels he, the board of trustees and the staff at the village office have done some good, positive things. And […]

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Skene Manor opening soon

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By Jamie Norton Ah, the signs of spring – the green grass, the chirping birds, the warmer temperatures. The opening of Skene Manor’s big, beautiful doors. The legendary manor will open for the season on April 22 and give visitors a chance to see one of Whitehall’s architectural gems up close for the first time […]

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300 show up for ‘Beast of Whitehall’

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By Jamie Norton If there was any question about whether the mystery of Bigfoot in Whitehall was still a topic of interest, the 300 people who packed the gym at the Whitehall Athletic Club on Saturday answered it with an emphatic “Yes.” A subject that has seen its share of national exposure – and even […]

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On Target: Whitehall Rifle Club dynasty growing

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By Jamie Norton It’s the dynasty no one is talking about. But it might be one of the greatest of all time. They’ve got a talented mix of youth and experience. They have a strong feeder program that keeps talent coming year in and year out. They’ve won more championships than the Yankees or the […]

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‘Beast of Whitehall’ to air Saturday at WAC

Beast of Whitehall

By Jamie Norton It’s been almost 40 years since Sasquatch was first spotted in the tight-knit town of Whitehall. And on Saturday, his story will be told. An area known nation-wide for its association with the big, hairy monster will bring Bigfoot back to the center of attention when the Small Town Monsters series premieres […]

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North Granville Water Survey vital

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By Krystle S. Morey The aging North Granville Water District’s infrastructure is crumbling, and town officials stressed last week that […]

Presentation aims to combat cyber bullying

Cyber Bullying

By Dan King In a world that is always plugged in through social media, it becomes more important to be […]

Canal opens four days early; town hopes for economic boon

Canal Open

By Dan King One of Whitehall’s most prominent summer industries opened earlier than expected. The Champlain Canal opened for the […]

No chickens in the village

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By Krystle S. Morey No chickens allowed. After more than 20 residents turned out at the Granville Village Board meeting […]

Girl Scouts visit newsroom

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By Krystle S. Morey Nearly half a dozen Girl Scouts visited the Granville Sentinel Thursday. As part of the journey […]

Meet The Candidate Night Video

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