Jo E. Prout

A Dutchess County class headed to Howe Caverns to learn about an important aspect of physical science: rock. The group detoured through New Scotland to visit the Indian Ladder Trail at Thacher Park and found several geocaching stashes along the way. 

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Three candidates — Doreen Saia, Adam Shelmerdine, and Michael Canfora — are running for two seats on Voorheesville's school board. The candidate with the most votes will serve four years, filling the seat left by retiring Gary Hubert. The candidate who comes in second will serve a three-year term.

Early morning birdsong makes a morning stroll worthwhile. 

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Questions of jurisdiction between the towns of Bethlehem and New Scotland for properties along Krumkill Road hinder development.

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Voorheesville Elementary students learn relaxation skills and partnership exercises in an eight-week yoga class.

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A Voorheesville school district official said a bomb threat and vandalism in the same week are unrelated incidents.

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Between two candidates for two school board seats, the person with the most votes will fill a four-year term, and the person with the second most will take a three-year position.

The Rotary Club’s annual youth recognition event is a “program that the Rotary Club of Albany has been doing for three decades,” said organizer Brian Barr. “Our whole mission is affirmation for them.” 

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New Voorheesville Superintendent Brian Hunt is set to take the helm in July. Hunt began his teaching career in Voorheesville, and left in 2001 to become an administrator. When the superintendent's position opened at Voorheesville, he said, "I couldn't pass it up."

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Police continue to investigate a crash on Route 32 that sent a teenager to the hospital in serious condition, after the vehicle's driver lost control on a difficult S-curve and hit a tree.

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