Tag Archives: Adirondack

Big day for Whitehall basketball teams

Monday turned out to be an excellent evening for Whitehall basketball, as both the boys and girls posted victories against North Warren. The girls continued to get balanced scoring in their 50-41 home victory. Kattie Paddock, the team’s leading scorer, had 13 points and sophomore Brittney Putorti scored 12 as the Railroaders improved to 4-9 […]

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Phantoms Hockey

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Tickets will be available at Granville Elementary for “Granville Night” at the Glens Falls Civic Center on Jan. 28. The discounted tickets for the 7:30 p.m. game provide admission for anyone from Granville to the Adirondack Phantoms game. That night the Granville Elementary chorus under the direction of Brent Tuttle will perform ‘the Star Spangled […]

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That’s what you get for singing ‘Let it snow’ so much before Christmas

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  Schools are closed, sports are cancelled, just a lot of shoveling left to do as the biggest storm of the season, so far, drops a bunch of snow on out doorstep – and everywhere else for that matter. Wrestling matches have taken the brunt of the rescheduling with the Tamarac match from Jan. 6 […]

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Whitehall girls notch first win

Whitehall’s girls basketball team finally snagged its first victory of the season Wednesday, Jan,, 5, topped Hadley-Luzerne, 35-21, in a game played at SUNY-Adirondack. Katie Paddock, who has been pacing the Railroaders all season, scored 14 points. Loren Martell and Paige Mason had seven apiece, and Brianna McDonald scored five, including a 3-pointer. The key […]

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Fair Starts Monday!

  By Derek Liebig The Washington County Fair, an agricultural tradition for 120 years, will be held at the venerable fairgrounds in Greenwich Monday, Aug. 23, through Sunday, Aug. 29. The fair, which draws around 100,000 people every year, features a full slate of attractions and entertainers that has made the fair a success for […]

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Evelyn I. Evans, 84

Evelyn I. Evans, 84, known as Nana to her beloved grandchildren, went into the arms of the Lord on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2009, at the Fort Hudson Health Care Center. Her death was on the anniversary of her marriage to her beloved husband, Chuck. Born on Oct. 16, 1925, in Granville, she was the daughter […]

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Like tackling mailboxes

Granville teacher Greg Bennett takes ‘cow tipping’ to another level Granville physical education teacher Greg Bennett said rodeo announcers like to compare what he does for fun to jumping out of a moving car. (more…)

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I love a parade

Veterans Day Parade   Good turnout at the parade today. A few new wrinkles, with a Civil War-era rider with a flag and the Adirondack Cowgirls, not sure if they made the last Vets Day march.  Cold weather had the spectators budled up, but the numbers were pretty good considering it is a work day […]

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July 30, 2008 Economy Ideas were bouncing off the walls at the meeting of the Partnership for Economic Development Tuesday night at the Slate Valley Museum. The meeting hosted by partnership head Brian LaRose brought is area business and civic leaders with a single purpose in mind: How do we help Granville help itself through […]

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Gov. Scott announces limited indoor dining restart, opens some interstate travel

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As state data and expanded testing and tracing capacity continue to support reopening, Governor Phil Scott today announced the resumption […]

Write-in candidate vies for school board

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By Duncan Campbell Nicole Austin-Arbuckle is vice president of the Granville Central School District Parent-Teacher Organization, director of the Backpacks […]

Poultney Baptist Church sashes still missing

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Thirty-one historic window sashes from the United Baptist Church of Poultney are still missing after they were accidently picked up […]

Granville Center neglects residents, former employee, others alleges. Charges ‘blatantly untrue:’ spokesman

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By PJ Ferguson and Matthew Saari A recently terminated employee of the Granville Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing alleges staff […]

Seniors parade in Elks event

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By PJ Ferguson Lined up for the Whitehall Elks Lodge “Celebration for the Graduates” parade, senior Makayla Gosselin drove her […]

Graduation plans could go either way

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By PJ Ferguson The Whitehall Central School District has plans for both an “in-person and virtual” graduation ceremony but is […]

ReMIND, ReWIND – Sizzling rom-cons

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Do you ice her? Do you marry her? What should a con with a devil-may-care, devoted dame do? By Robert […]

Teacher’s union president weighs in on school budget

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To the editor: Last week, the final reduction in force notifications for Granville Central School went out, and three teachers […]

Obituary: Daniel B. Roberts

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On Saturday May 23 2020, Daniel B. Roberts, 69 of Granville, NY lost his battle with Alzheimer’s Disease, a disease […]

Obituary: Warren A. McFarren

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Granville, NY – Warren Anthony McFarren passed away on May 24, 2020. Warren was born on December 10, 1936 in […]

Obituary: Francis George Norton

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Whitehall-Francis George Norton, 80, of Lafayette Street passed away on May 31, 2020, at the Rutland Regional Medical Center, with […]

Supervisors change county budget officer

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By PJ Ferguson This morning’s special Washington County Board of Supervisors meeting was wrapped in under 10 minutes, however, with […]

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