Berne-Knox-Westerlo

Eighth-seeded Berne-Knox-Westerlo took on top-seeded Stillwater on Monday evening at Stillwater High School for the Class C sectional quarterfinal. 

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To the Editor:

Often in life we are faced with difficult situations. Sadly many take matters into their own hands and end their lives.

We must remember the joys of life far outweigh the sorrows. The sadness may seem relentless; however, suicide is a hurtful and rash act and it deeply wounds those who know and love us.

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The BKW girls' soccer team turned an 0-5 start into a 6-7-2 season as it hopes to win a sectional game on Friday. 

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Again, the Berne-Knox soccer team pitched a shutout, but it took two overtimes to score a goal to advance in the Class C playoffs.

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To the Editor: 

I have had the privilege of serving on the Berne Town Board since January.  We have worked well as a team, each bringing our own distinctive set of skills and points of view to the table. 

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To the Editor:

Judging by the number of political signs, it seems that the position of the highway superintendent in Berne is one of the most hotly contested. But what does this position really entail?

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To the Editor:

I want to thank [Enterprise Hilltown reporter] Marcello Iaia for writing the nice article about the thrift shop that has opened at the Helderberg Evangelical Lutheran Church in Berne.  We were pleasantly surprised how many new people we had visit the shop this past Saturday because of the article. 

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To the Editor:

This is for everybody in New York State, but mostly for people in the Hilltowns above Albany.

I vote but am lax on town board meetings and school board meeting that impact my life and ours. We can sit back and let others dictate to us or we can get involved.

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To the Editor:

It’s time for a reality check for the Berne Town Board.

I would like to comment on the Altamont Enterprise article that appeared in the Sept. 18, 2014 edition, “Buddhist retreat center and hilltop views sold to Berne.”

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To the Editor:

Have you driven by the Saddlemire Homestead on Route 156 in Knox lately? The overgrown shrubbery and dead tree have been removed. The house’s peeling patches are gone, and its new coat of white paint dazzles in the autumn sunlight.

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