Mar 01

AC Fonda – Charleston Stop Anthony Cornelius Fonda (1818-1893) was the 6th of 10 children born to Cornelius Isaac and Alida VanVranken Fonda of Albany, New York.  He was baptized at the Boght Becker Reformed Dutch Church in Colonie, NY.  AC came from a family of farmers, but he took an interest in education.  In […]

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Feb 04

Library bears brunt of wreck The Clay County Progress, Wednesday, February 4, 2009 Throwing the book at someone has a new meaning after a single car accident sent shelves and books flying at the Moss Memorial Library. About 4:30 p.m. law enforcement officers responded to reports that a car had crashed through the library wall […]

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Nov 23

Three from Harvard receive American Rhodes Scholarships The Harvard University Gazette, November 23, 2008 Two Harvard College students and a Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) doctoral student have received Rhodes Scholarships. Thirty-two Americans were chosen from among 800 applicants for the scholarships to the University of Oxford in England. Kyle Q. Haddad-Fonda, Issaquah, Wash., […]

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Oct 15

Mind Games The Harvard Crimson – October 15, 2008 When the Harvard Quiz Bowl team was winning national championships in the mid-1990s, its leader, an English graduate student named Jeffrey G. Johnson, was the stuff of legends. It was rumored that he had read 10,000 books, and that watching him take in a volume was […]

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Sep 02

Atlantic Energy Solutions Exceeds Expectations for Fonda-Fultonville Schools Ascribe News – September 02, 2008 Minneapolis, MN – Atlantic Energy Solutions announced that its guaranteed savings projections for the Fonda-Fultonville School District have been exceeded by over 25 percent. The Co-Generation project was the first off-grid Co-Generation plant approved by the New York State Education Department […]

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