Hilltowns

Scenes of cattle in different seasons show off the natural light of the countryside.

After a townwide letter was mailed to residents and an informational meeting held, the Knox fire commissioners are opening the polls for a second time, seeking permission to sell a tanker truck.

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A split vote on the town board left hanging a bid offer for fixing a set of buildings long in need of repair. Now, the board will seek the services of an engineering firm in order to assess the cost of replacement.

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A back-door entrance to the Helderberg Evangelical Lutheran Church accesses three rooms where second-hand items for the home are sold for low prices on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

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Shawn Duncan was arrested on a search warrant that was issued in the investigation of a Westerlo horse's killing by an arrow. This month, his case was adjourned in contemplation of dismissal.

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Honors were bestowed at Berne-Knox-Westerlo on Oct. 6 during the school board’s annual ceremony celebrating of students, teachers, staff, and volunteers.

WESTERLO — An expressive opera singer who could blend with her church choir, Jean K. Opdycke was focused on her family and on God.

Mrs. Opdycke died on Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014. She was 86.

Knox fire commissioners are hoping a second vote will garner enough support to sell a 14-year old tanker, with funds to be put towards a new truck.

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With bright fall leaves as a backdrop to the Rensselaerville hamlet, local residents came out Sunday in colorful ways themselves, cheering on the cyclists who passed through on the town’s first Gran Fondo and cycling festival.

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Edward Hampton, a highway worker, is now filling in after the highway superintendent stepped down. Local party committees say Hampton and Randy Bashwinger will be on the ballot in the November election.

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