50 years ago today
STAMFORD -- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lesure won prizes with their four goats at the Wilmington Fair. Raven sthorpe Joyce II, a three-year-old purebred French Alpine; Ravensthorpe Valerie, a six-month-old purebred French Alpine; and Missy, three-year-old grade Nubian, all won first prize in their classes. Tina, a three-year-old grade Nubian, won second prize in her class. CLARKSBURG -- Steve Kawa with a net 68 is the leader so far in the qualifying round for the President's Cup at the North Adams Country Club. Match play starts tomorrow and ends Sunday. Following Kawa so far is Jack Washburn with 69 and Bill Mendel with 72. Joe Holloway was the 1961 winner.
25 years ago today
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Lynn Gurnett, industrial arts instructor at Mt. Greylock Regional High School, has successfully completed an in-depth four day course on Auto CAD, version 2.6, in Wakefield. Mr. Gurnett is starting his 18th year at
ADAMS -- Like most high school juniors, Oliver Gajda has not attended a school committee meeting very often; he attended his first meeting last week. But unlike most high school students, Mr. Gajda sat at the table with the Adams-Cheshire Regional School Committee members. He is the school committee's ex-officio student representative.
10 years ago today
NORTH ADAMS -- The Western Massachusetts Broker
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Daniel Miller, son of Randall and Rosebeth Miller of Williamstown, has been honored by Carleton College in Northfield, Minn. as a member of the dean's list for the 2002-03 academic year. The top 10 percent of students in each class were recognized at the college's opening convocation. Miller is a graduate of Mount Greylock High School.