The Greenville Pioneer

The Greenville
June 24, 2016 edition
Greenville sees three heroin overdoses in less than 12 hours
Meet the GCS Class of 2016
Cairo boy credited with life-saving act
Town officials working to repair broken fire hydrants
Law would require mental health education in schools
Bob Beyfuss: Evergreens
Gym project to include new bleachers
Local counties to benefit from state casino fees
Students get a lesson in work at Career Day

Greenville Pioneer
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Guest Columnists...
The Farmer's Wife
By Rachel deLong
What's happening on a local farm, plus a delicious recipe with local ingredients.

Recipes from the Ranch
By Crystal Haring
A local ranch owner shares her family's favorite, time-tested dishes.

Whittling Away
By Dick Brooks
Dick puts a waggish spin on life’s everyday happenings.

The Busy Bear
By Gloria Bear
Looking for some positive inspiration? Gloria reminds everyone to take time and smell the roses.

Catskills Outdoors
By Russ Burton
Whether about hunting or fishing, Russ gives updates on legislation, local events and news from DEC.

Sparkey News
By Terry Borwegen
Safety tips on everything fire to cold weather that everyone can use.

Gardening Tips
By Bob Beyfuss
A famous name among area gardeners, Bob shares his knowledge on everything from trees and bushes to invasive species and vegetables.

Preston Hollow Highlights
By Dottie Como
From the happenings of the hilltowns to useful tips and tricks, Dottie offers something for everyone… especially if you enjoy wildlife.

Medusa Happenings
By Bill Moore
There really is a lot happening in this historic hamlet, and Bill knows about it all.

Grandma Mackey’s Diary
By Adriane Mackey Sauer
Take a trip back in time with a day in the life of a 1940s Rensselaerville farm wife.

Cinema with a Twist
Dwight Grimm
Preston Hollow resident Dwight Grimm is a film producer, WIOX radio host and, along with his wife Leigh, the new operator of the Greenville Drive-in. Dwight serves up facts behind your favorite movies and always includes a classic cocktail recipe. Dwight returns in May when the drive-in opens for the season.

Tracing Your Roots...
By Sylvia Hasenkopf
   This isn’t your high school history class! Sylvia, a Hudson Valley historian and author, digs into Greene County history to find stories that make you say, “Wow, that happened here?”

   This week... take a trip back in time with a pioneering family on Greene County's mountaintop.
The Greenville Board of Education, administrators and staff recognized eight retirees who are bidding farewell to the district this year. They include second grade teacher Martha Travis, intervention specialist Kate Lynch-Williams, aide/monitor Colleen Murphy, health educator Jim Tyrrell, school psychologist Pam Agan-Smith, special education teacher Kristine Raskopf, high school math teacher Dorothy Reyngoudt and supervisor of transportation Karen Schrader. Pictured from left, Board of Education President Ann Holstein, Director of Pupil Personnel Services Brook Van Fleet, retirees Jim Tyrrell, Kristine Raskopf, Middle School Principal Brian Reeve, retiree Pam Agan-Smith and High School Principal Todd Hilgendorff.