Beating the storms NY Rising final plan is outlined
Expansion of services, creek wall restorations, and bridge replacements are among critical projects outlined in Montgomery County's New York Rising Resiliency Plan.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Cheers and jeers
To a remarkable woman. Barbara Spraker, who died Monday at age 89, had great love for her family and country.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Fox set to have a breakout season for Canajoharie
After a sophomore season of ups and downs, quarterback Jace Fox is ready to break out for the Canajoharie Cougars.
Trick is to make sure you don't ruffle any feathers
The roosters were crowing and the chickens were clucking Thursday as Poultry Judge James Matts made his way among the cages in the rabbit and poultry barn.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Huge crowd runs during Boiling Pot 5K despite weather
On Friday evening, neither the early morning storm, the whipping wind or the dark clouds looming overhead could keep away the crowd at the 3rd Annual Canajoharie Community Youth Center's Boiling Pot 5K and Kids Fun Run, which included a new feature this year -- free participation for area fire and police department and EMT members.
Storm cleanup continues in Canajoharie and Palatine Bridge
At 7:25 a.m. Friday, a Canajoharie DPW crew clears a fallen tree from Old Sharon Road while Canajoharie Police Chief Bryan MacFadden directs traffic.
Village works in creek to prevent future flooding
Joshua Thomas Canajoharie Mayor Francis Avery points out a spot where an exposed, non-functioning, cast iron pipe was removed from the Canajoharie Creek.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Looking Back - 08/28/2014
When the staff at Canajoharie High School implemented their new writing program they knew it would be beneficial to their students.
Renison celebrates 99th birthday
Mary H. Renison, of Arkell Hall, Canajoharie celebrated her 99th birthday on Aug. 2 during two special events.
Canajoharie golfers post WAC victory
Powered by Sam Shostek's medalist round of 38, the Canajoharie Cougars posted a 15-0 Western Athletic conference victory over host Fort Plain on Tuesday morning at the Canajoharie Country Club.
It's Fair Time
Young Garret Nare of Fort Plain held on to the steer in a chute, waiting for the signal to start.
Barbara V. Spraker
It was a warm sunny day on August 25, 2014, that the Lord extended his hand, called her name and brought her home.
Montgomery County loses one of its champions
Barbara V. Spraker -- a household name in Canajoharie thanks to her tireless, lifelong efforts to promote and preserve the village and town that she loved and called home -- passed away Monday.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Canajoharie golfers win
Sam Shostek and Austin Countryman each shot a 42 to lead Canajoharie to a 12-3 victory over Duanesburg in a Western Athletic Conference boys golf match at Canajoharie Country Club on Monday.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Condtions improving in Montgomery County
The state of emergency that had been in effect for Montgomery County when flooding hit last week has been lifted.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Districts receive assessment grants
A consortium of 14 school districts led by the Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery Board of Cooperative Educational Services is getting $393,966 in state grants to review and improve student assessments.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Village suing over hydrants
Rebuffed by insurance companies, the village is turning to the legal system to recoup money it spent to replace fire hydrants damaged in separate accidents last year.
County cleaning up after another storm
Trevor Junquera/Recorder staff Randall Hart Sr. of the town of Mohawk cuts the pavement on Reservoir Road as repairs to Thursday night's storm damage commenced this morning.
Village of Canajoharie issues boil water order
Joshua Thomas The Village of Canajoharie DPW headquarters was flooded with three inches of water, mud and debris.