Mon May 13, 2013
2 school districts face different fortunes with budgets
By John Enger Gazette Reporter Fort Plain students will likely spend more time in art class over the coming year if voters approve the district's proposed budget, but the Canajoharie Central School District, Fort Plain's neighbor to the east, wasn't quite as fortunate during its recent budget process.
Wed May 08, 2013
Street Fair Days schedule of events announced
The Village of Fort Plain Community Activities Council has announced the line-up of activities for the annual Street Fair Days, held Thursday, May 16 through Saturday, May 18.?Back by popular demand will be the village-wide garage sales on all three days, and attendees are encouraged to purchase advance-sale ride tickets.?This year, the FPCAC is ... (more)
Fort Plain has best tasting water
Last week, the Montgomery County Water Quality Committee presented the village of Fort Plain with an award for having the best tasting water in the county.
Tue May 07, 2013
National Day of Prayer blessed with sizable crowd and welcoming weather
Joshua Thomas Ken Gies sings and plays guitar during Thursday's National Day of Prayer celebration in Fort Plain's Haslett Park.
Mon May 06, 2013
Street Fair Days set in Fort Plain
The Village of Fort Plain Community Activities Council has announced the activities for the annual Street Fair Days, scheduled for May 16 through 18.
Thu May 02, 2013
Students recognized at Chamber of Commerce breakfast
Six students from the region Wednesday were each awarded a $1,000 scholarship for their success in their academics and in the community.
Wed May 01, 2013
Looking Back - 05/02/2013
Canajoharie's Village Board adopted a $2,800,550.43 budget, which will carry the same tax rate as the previous year, and which allowed for the reinstatement of a full-time police officer.
Victorian Tea sells out 40 seatings in two days
Joshua Thomas The 20 women present at Saturday's second Victorian Tea seating, sponsored by the Fort Plain Free Library, listen to a history of the library by Director Whitney Hubbard.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Looking Back - 04/25/2013
Vocal Music Students to Take Part In All County Festival The annual all-county Music Festival will be held int he Canajoharie East Hill School Saturday, April 18, 1964, at 8 p.m. with John Baldwin, head of the music department at Hamilton College as director of the mixed chorus, an George McLaughlin, director of music at the junior high school in ... (more)
US jurors side with police in finger case
While a federal court ruled in January that flipping the bird at a police officer isn't enough reason for them to pull you over, a jury last week decided a St.
Alcohol sting nets 5 local arrests
Twelve people were arrested during a recent alcohol sting conducted by the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, in conjunction with the state Liquor Authority, including five locals.
Villages participate in Canal Clean Sweep
Joshua Thomas A group of 10 from Fort Plain and Canajoharie cleaned miles of bike path on Saturday morning.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
Healthy lifestyle choices promoted during Health and Wellness Fair
Joshua Thomas PTA members Stacy Merchant and Carissa Carlau-Beam occupied one of the first booths people encountered at Saturday's Health and Wellness Fair.