This new community partnership among Bard College, Germantown Central School District, and Red Hook Central School district is housed in St. John’s Lutheran Church in Elizaville.
Monthly Archives: January 2013
Dems, GOP cross-endorse slate without opposition
In a show of bipartisan unity, Rhinebeck Democrats and Republicans met on Jan. 26 and endorsed identical slate of candidates at their village party caucuses.
by Kristofer Munn •
Red Hook and Tivoli have set March 19 as Election Day for village-wide public offices. Each municipality has two trustee positions on the ballot. The Village of Tivoli will also be electing a mayor.
Arrested on Jan. 10 at 2:05pm and charged with petty larceny, a misdemeanor.
Union urging rejection of offer; outcome still won’t impact students, district says
by Meridith Ferber •
The union involved in the potential school bus driver strike in Rhinebeck is scheduled to vote on a new contract offer today. But those hoping for a quick resolution between the union, Teamsters Local 445, and the company contracted with the school district, Durham/A&E Transport, should prepare to be disappointed.
In the front page article on the Black Swan pub raid, you certainly did a good job reporting one side of the story, stroking the Sheriff’s department and the mayor of Tivoli, as well as listing every violation the Swan has ever been accused of…
I would welcome an effort the equivalent of a “WAR ON CLIMATE CHANGE,” similar to the widespread push to mobilize all resources during WW II.
I believe the threat to all of us is as great as any we have ever experienced on earth.
Raptors lose home and away games in tough fights
The Bard women’s basketball team matched their male counterparts in losing all five of their Liberty League games in the past two weeks.
Lose five straight Liberty League games despite valiant attempts
It was five down and counting, as the Bard College men’s basketball team lost all their games in Liberty League play over the past two weeks.
Rhinebeck lady hoopsters erase big deficit to roll Pine Plains, 39-28