50 years ago today
ADAMS -- William Kulish of Adams, conservation officer for his area, is among 12 men listed by the state Civil Service as eligible for promotion to supervising conservation officer. A vacancy exists as the supervising conservation officers for Western Massachu setts. Carl Nichols of Williams town retired Feb. 1. WILLIAMSTOWN -- Two senior business students at Mt. Greylock Regional High School, Patricia Geary and Linda Darling, attended the NOMA Education Day in Springfield this week with their teacher, Mrs. Donald Wilson. This program gives students an opportunity to visit various offices and departments.
25 years ago today
NORTH ADAMS -- Karen Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Long Jr. of 6 Rich St., is spending the spring 1987 semester in London, England as part of Russell Sage College’s Study Abroad Program. A junior majoring in public administration, Ms. Long is doing an internship with the British Railway Corp., assisting with the recruitment and hiring of non-professional employees.
READSBORO, Vt. -- Select men recently appointed a new dog warden and a new tree warden. The appointments are made each year. Diane Bolog nani of North Hill has been appointed dog warden for the year. Tim Bolog nani, who owns the Apple Blossom Nursery on South Hill, has been appointed tree warden.
10 years ago today
STAMFORD, Vt. -- The Stamford School GeoBee team took first place in the Windham Southwest Union GeoBee, which consisted of teams from Stamford, Readsboro, Halifax and Wil mington. Team members are eighth-graders Cath leen Downes and Greg Bur ton; seventh-grader Taylor Erdeski; and sixth-graders, Ben jamin Carlson and Cody John son.
NORTH ADAMS -- The girls of Northern Berkshire high schools put on another fine display of basketball during the 2001-2002 season, and this year’s All-Transcript team reflects the hard work and determination of those athletes. This year’s All-Transcript Girls Hoop selections are Lauren Hobbie-Welch and Bethany Lorge from Drury; Heather LaCasse and Rachel Desautels from McCann; Karla Chaffee from Hoosac Valley; and Sarah Sweet from Mount Greylock.