50 years ago today
WILLIAMSTOWN -- William Agnew Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Agnew of Berkshire Drive, has made "Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." He was recognized for outstanding scholarship, leadership, citizenship and future promise. Agnew is a history major and will be a candidate for the bachelor of arts degree next June.
ADAMS -- Five new members have been welcomed into the Northern Berkshire Emer gency Communications Club, making the membership now 21. The new members, all Adams residents, are Patrolman Joseph Cardonnel, Ralph Bosse, Frank Barron, William Koch and Francis Dion.
25 years ago today
ADAMS -- The Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Sancta Regina 904 held their monthly meeting at St. Thomas Parish Center on Nov. 18. Installation of new members took place. The new members are Marcia Dagnoli, Norma Morin, Evelyn Prystas, Doris Morey and Nancy Spaniol.
CLARKSBURG -- Clarksburg Elementary School announced the winners of the essay contest, "My Best Experience at the Clarksburg Elementary School." PTG officers Kathy Denault and Sheree Wildermuth presented checks to Melissa Charron, first place; Jason Moreau, second place; and Diane Myers, third place.
10 years ago today
NORTH ADAMS -- Eight members of the Hoosac Valley football team are among the 14-man All-Transcript Football team. They are Tom Oxton, Matt Durant, Mitch Belanger, Jon Kellogg, Adam Poplaski, Chad Misiuk, Russ Belanger and Dan Goodman. Others members of the All-Transcript team are Mike Wood and Curt Gazaille from Drury; Dillon Trites and Kyle Jolin from Mount Greylock; and Steve Cahoon and Josh Choquette from McCann.
NORTH ADAMS -- A Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts faculty member in the Department of Education has written a textbook aimed at the social constructions of reality and ethical possibilities in today’s global society. Dana Rapp of MCLA and Patrick Slattery of Texas A&M University have co-authored "Ethics and the Foundations of Education: Teaching Convic tions in a Post-modern World."