H. Rose Schneider

The award was granted for hosting nighttime events discussing astronomy and related fields.

After being lost for nearly a week, Khaos, a German shepherd, ascended the cliffs of Thacher Park (with the help of a rescue team) to be reunited with his owner.

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A proposed Dollar General store, should it be approved by the town and built, would employ up to 10 people, and would be located across from the Mobil station in East Berne.

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With the closure of the Hilltown Café, the Kuhar Family Family Farm and Market is making use of a new space and a taproom is moving in next door.

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The Helderberg Earth and Sky Observatory is looking at land in Rensselaerville to build an observatory, says the organization’s president.

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After a number of abstentions stalled appointment of a board member’s wife as a substitute teacher, the Berne-Knox-Westerlo School Board appointed Carli Elble with four votes in favor and only one abstention from her husband.

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The Albany County Legislature passed a bill that would ban “conversion therapy” for minors.

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The shared decision-making teams that will discuss the district code of conduct are scheduled to meet on July 20 and July 30.

Graduates of Berne-Knox-Westerlo Class left their commencement ceremony with memories of service to others, and of the communities that brought them this far.

Marcy Forti is Berne-Knox-Westerlo’s Class of 2018 valedictorian. With two siblings who had gone before her as valedictorian, she stood out by helping to found two clubs at BKW and by pursuing a career in biochemistry in order to help people and animals.

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