Tag Archives: Hebron

Poland with Lily

It’s a site a little off the beaten path for a summer internship abroad and even the intern admits the choice was a little ‘random’ but Granville graduate Lily McDermott of Hebron said she learned a lot during a summer spent teaching English in Poland. Heading into her junior year at the California Polytechnic State […]

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I do, I do

Same-sex couples said “I do” all over New York beginning at midnight Sunday, but there was no call for ceremonies in the local area. In fact, there was a single ceremony done in all of Washington County. That was in Argyle, where Town Clerk Gianna Cross opened her office for three hours and issued one […]

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Rathbun and crew prepare for Maplesugar weather

Matt Rathbun checks on lines near the Granville town line.

As the mercury crested 50 degrees last week, most people in the area were thinking spring, but just a handful were doing something about it. Matt Rathbun and a crew of four men were checking lines, tapping trees and running new lines, getting ready to collect ample maple sap when it begins to flow.  “Trying […]

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FFA’s 24-foot-tall scarecrow comes to life

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By Alissa Dunavan Granville FFA Reporter The time has finally come for the Granville Future Farmers of America’s 24-foot-tall scarecrow to stand tall next to their chapter store on Route 22 in Hebron. On Sunday, Sept. 19, the Granville FFA members worked hard as a team to finish sewing the clothes and stuffing the scarecrow. […]

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Hit-hit-hit-hit-and-run accident

A driver who allegedly refused to stop despite a number of crashes in Hebron on Aug. 25 was later arrested for driving while intoxicated. (more…)

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Douglas William Holcomb, Sr., 24

Douglas William Holcomb, Sr., died on Friday, March 6 at his residence from complications sustained in an accident three years ago. Douglas was born on May 31, 1984, the son of Pete Holcomb and Sandra (Bickford) Dewey. Prior to his accident Douglas had been employed at numerous slate quarries as well as Manchester Wood. Douglas’s […]

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Canal maintenance finished, Lock 12 reopening

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By Jay Mullen After months of waiting, Lock 12 of the Champlain Canal will be reopening Friday, Aug. 6, at […]

North Country FreePress, August 7, 2020

Lakes Region FreePress, August 7, 2020

Whitehall Times 8.6.20

Granville Sentinel 8.6.20

New committee leadership for Horace Greeley Foundation

Local writers, teachers and business professionals were appointed to lead committees at a recent board meeting of the Horace Greeley […]

Lake St. Catherine Association receives grant to prevent introduction of and combat invasives

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After a long delay due to pandemic and funding concerns the Lake St. Catherine Association has finalized grant funding from […]

Castleton Free Library plans new elevator

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At its meeting on July 27, the Castleton select board approved a resolution in support of preparing an application to […]

Sales of Fair Haven pet mayor’s merchandise benefit playground fund

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Last Saturday, Fair Haven’s Pet Mayor Murfee spent some time in Fair Haven’s park overseeing the sale of face masks […]

East Poultney Day to honor 19th Amendment

Historian Carrie Brown

To help celebrate this year’s East Poultney Day, on Saturday, Aug. 8, the Poultney Historical Society will host a free […]

Three drunk drivers nabbed in one day

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By Matthew Saari Granville police had their hands full during the closing days of July, arresting three local men and […]

Municipal center vote site will require wearing masks

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By Jay Mullen The Village Municipal Center will be the sole location for the upcoming Granville village election on Tuesday, […]

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