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Alligator Still At Large In New Lebanon

August 30, 2013 Leave a Comment 

Reward Rises To $850 by Thaddeus Flint The reward for a missing alligator in New Lebanon has now reached $850 according to Town Animal Control Officer Wes Powell Wednesday. The alligator, who goes by the name Kobe, disappeared August 21 from the home of Rhonda Leavitt, located near Mill Road and Route 20.

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Fatal Accident In Hoosick

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by Bea Peterson A 911 call at 1:46 am Friday, August 23, alerted the County to a one car accident on Mitchell Road in Hoosick.

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Highway Superintendent Nomination Contested At Petersburgh Caucus

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by Alex Brooks The Petersburgh Republican Party held its caucus on Friday evening, August 23. Siegfried Krahforst was renominated as Supervisor as was Callie Crisp as Town Clerk, Ray Harrison as Highway Superintendent and Emily Harrison as Tax Collector. The only contested position was Highway Superintendent.

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County Honors Hoosick Falls Deceased Veteran Jay E. Arnold

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submitted by Chris Meyer, Deputy County Executive The late Jay E. Arnold, whose cumulative service in the United States Air Force, Guard and Reserve spanned more than three decades including during both the Korean and Vietnam Wars, was recognized by Rensselaer County’s Honor-A-Deceased Veteran Committee and County officials on Monday, August 12, during services at […]

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Owls Are A Hit At The Armory

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by Bea Peterson A crowd of at least 150 adults and youngsters were able to get up close and personal with three owls Wednesday evening at the HAYC3 Armory. Trained wildlife rehabilitator Trish Marki of the Wildlife Institute of Eastern New York and her assistant Dave brought three owls for everyone to see and to […]

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Berlin Carnival And Community Days

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by Bea Peterson No doubt, Friday afternoon and evening was the busiest time at the Carnival and Community Days sponsored by the Berlin Volunteer Fire Company last Friday and Saturday.

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Traveling Veterinarian Makes House Calls

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by Bea Peterson Have a dog or cat that hates riding in the car and, especially, going to the vet? You bet! Many people do. Elderly folks, for example, often have a difficult time getting their pets regular veterinary care. In other instances, a busy schedule can keep a person from taking a pet to […]

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Town Of Hoosick Republicans Hold Caucus

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submitted by Cindy Mattison The Town of Hoosick Republican Committee held its caucus recently to select candidates for the November 5 election. The committee will run incumbent Keith Cipperly for Town Supervisor for a third term. Incumbent Jeff Wysocki and a newcomer, Joyce Brewer, were voted in to run for the two Town Council seats.

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A Blast From The Past

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The Hoosick Federal Credit Union’s 60th Anniversary celebration was held at the Armory last Saturday, August 24.

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Second Time Around For Prolific Birds

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