Hilltowns

The Berne Conservation Club and The Guan Ho Ha Fish and Game Club competed in a trap-shooting contest on April 12 at the Guan Ho Ha property on Rector Road in Scotia. With team totals of 222 to 200, the Berne Conservation Club won.

With 13 shooters, the top five scores by the Berne Conservation Club are:

A special town board meeting will be held to discuss a draft noise-control law on April 28, at 7 p.m.

With just four board members voting 2 to 2, the budget wasn't adopted on Monday.

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BERNE — The committee planning the town’s annual summer event has started lining up vendors and musicians to fill the town park on Aug. 22.

The day will again feature a car show, a climbing wall, live music all day from the pavilion, and expanded children’s activities. It will culminate with a fireworks display.

The Helderberg Kiwanis restored the Knox-New Scotland school district schoolhouse on the Emma Thacher Nature Center grounds.  Daniel Driscoll will talk about the restoration, interviews with former students, and the records of school board meetings from 1824 to 1905.

RENSSELAERVILLE — William J McChesney Jr., once a longtime treasurer for the Rensselaerville Presbyterian Church, spent his career with the same company and his summers in the same historic village.

The clean fleece at the Applewood Acre sheep farm in Wright is pristine this time of year as new lambs are born.

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On a very damp, raw day for April 7, the Old Men of the Mountain headed up the mountain to the Hilltown Café, in Rensselaerville to meet and eat.

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After two years of no tax hike, the Berne-Knox-Westerlo School Board is divided on how much to raise taxes next year.

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