Tuesday is here again and the Old Men of the Mountain met on Tuesday, Jan. 17, at the Home Front Café in Altamont.

The Bulldogs led from the start last Friday night against Western Athletic Conference foe Schoharie at home, beating the Indians, 66 to 22. This was BKW’s 13th victory in a row, having lost just their first game this season.

Hitting the mat, the team combined of Voorheesville Blackbirds and the Berne-Knox-Westerlo Bulldogs, which The Enterprise calls Bird Dogs sparred last Thursday against Duanesburg at Duanesburg High School. Duanesburg cruised to a 57 to 17 win.

WESTERLO — Pioneer Clubs members and leaders at First Baptist Church at 618 Route 143 in Westerlo will celebrate Pioneer Clubs Sunday on Jan. 29 at 9:30 a.m.

The ins and outs of BANs create a headache for Knox.

A town that wants to guard its rural character seems to be of two minds about whether to create additional business districts within its borders.

On Jan. 10, the Old Men of the Mountain met at the Chuck Wagon Diner in Princetown, and this scribe does not have a clue as to what went on because this scribe was not there.

Shirley M. Pendergast

KNOX — “Up up and away” is an expression that must have had special resonance for Shirley Pendergast.  She never tired, her family says, of attending hot air balloon festivals. One of her sons, Ronald Rue, says that but for his own nervousness on her behalf,  she would have gone up in one.

Alan P. Rudzinskas

EAST BERNE — Alan P. Rudzinskas, a construction worker who raced motorcycles, died peacefully on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017, at home after a brief illness. His loving wife was by his side. He was 61.

Eileen G. Mulson

Eileen G. Mulson was a “good-hearted woman who loved her kids, loved her grandkids,” said her daughter, Kathryn Giebitz. A “city girl” who was born and raised in Albany, Mrs.


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