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In sports, players and coaches often talk about senior leadership.  The seniors of BKW, Voorheesville, and Guilderland helped their sports teams thrive in 2016 and are moving on after graduation.

It was a good showing for the Guilderland Dutchmen, Voorheesville Blackbirds, and Berne-Knox-Westerlo Bulldogs during the spring sports season.

Getting to states, in Syracuse, is the ultimate goal for runners and field-event athletes. Local athletes first had to succeed at the State Qualifiers at Shenendehowa High School on June 2 and 3.

BERNE — After years of eking out wins, and sometimes facing budget defeats, Berne-Knox-Westerlo saw its $22.6 million budget for next year pass by a landslide on Tuesday.

On May 9, students learned and saw the transit of Mercury as it passes the sun.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo's Shayla Lyons signing her letter of intent for Stonehill College on April 19.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo plans to use its added state aid to fix one-time problems next year like resurfacing the track or abating asbestos in the elementary-school basement.

The outside temperatures might have been fluctuating, but inside the gymnasium was on fire for the Dutch, Blackbirds and Bulldogs during the winter sports season.​

With school funds cut for field trips, the Hilltown community is enriching students' understanding of history and their own heritage by bringing antique objects in a suitcase to their classroom.

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