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Rifle Club wins despite low score

The Whitehall Rifle Club shot its lowest score since 2008 but fortunately for them, Fort Edward was off too, as Whitehall won its 4th of the season 964 – 908. Many of the Whitehall shooters simply were not on the mark and there wasn’t much back up to keep the team score where it should […]

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Some concerned about school’s health class

By Dan King Some parents and school officials are worried that some of Whitehall High School’s finest seniors may not be able to graduate on time in June. The concern is that some of the students may not have a chance to take a state-required health class, although school superintendent Liz Legault said she “thinks” […]

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Fundraiser event at WCS next week


Deb Aubin’s class of 12 special needs students has decided to spearhead a “Not Perfect Hat Club Day.” The event was originally scheduled for tomorrow, but the weather early in this week forced it to be rescheduled for next week. “It’s awesome to see my kids at the forefront of this campaign,” Aubin said. “I’m […]

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Whitehall Marina, RV Park sold to new owners


By Dan King The Whitehall Marina, restaurant and RV park have new owners. Bill Brina, owner of Dagon Enterprises, said last week he had sold the marina and the restaurant to Robert Lynn Wagemann and the RV park to Sal Paneta. The new owners are “in place” and getting ready for the season, Brina said. […]

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Culligan still wants to coach

Justin Culligan

By Dan King Despite being terminated as the varsity football coach, Justin Culligan still wants to coach in Whitehall. Culligan has applied to be the varsity track and field coach for the upcoming spring season. The embattled former football coach, who also teaches U.S. history and government, said he applied for the position in December, […]

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Whitehall Winterfest on ice

Winterfest III

By Dan King One of Whitehall’s favorite annual events will be on hiatus this year – the Whitehall Winterfest, which traditionally takes place in early February, won’t be happening. In previous years the event has featured activities such as the “Penguin Plunge,” a chili cook-off, snowmobile rides, sledding and more. “It really is unfortunate,” said […]

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Community Heroin discussion at SUNY ADK

Residents of Warren and Washington Counties are invited to learn how heroin affects everyone in the community and discuss ways to create change during a community forum this evening. The Hometown vs. Heroin and Addiction Community Forum will be held on Thursday, Jan. 29, at the SUNY Adirondack Theater, 640 Bay Rd. Queensbury from 6-7:30 […]

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Cop: School district ‘as safe as can be’

By Dan King Despite some parents’ concerns, a Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy says Whitehall Central School is “as safe as it can be.” Deputy Tim Carroll said the district is one of the safest he’s been in and he credits the “behavioral specialist” program that was adopted this school year to deal with disciplinary issues. […]

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DeLorme’s 199 paces rifle club

Young Joe DeLorme has a career night, shooting a near perfect 199, including a 50 in the difficult standing position. DeLorme led all shooters in Whitehall’s 976-968 win over visiting Hartford last Thursday. After cleaning prone and sitting, Joe shot a wide nine on his first kneeling shot for his only slip up of the […]

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Cheerleaders to perform in competition

The Whitehall varsity cheerleaders will be performing in a cheer competition this weekend. Competition will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, at Scotia-Glenville High School. Many different area schools will be competing. This will be the first of a few competitions that the cheerleaders will take part in this year.

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A year later, Pember on path to recovery

Bob and Mary (3)

By Derek Liebig A year after a state audit revealed the Granville institution was in a precarious financial state, the […]

A day in the life of a Whitehall Cop

Patrolman Joel Archambault issues a ticket during Monday's ridealong

By Dan King For a small town, there is always something to do as a cop in Whitehall. At 9:30 […]

Behavioral Specialist program to continue

Liz Legault

By Dan King The Whitehall Board of Education voted Monday to continue the district’s much-discussed behavioral specialist program. In an […]

Snail Mail gets slower

Whitehall Post Office

By Dan King People in New York’s rural municipalities, including Whitehall, may have to wait an extra day for delivery […]

Granville spirit night

By Derek Liebig Bolstering school spirit is the aim of an event that will be held tomorrow night at Granville […]

Hampton puts aside funds for equipment

By Derek Liebig The Hampton Town Board is putting some money aside for a rainy day. The board voted last […]