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Staff written stories for the week of August 14, 2008

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Presumed consent: A matter of life and death


Paolino investigation continues
Students criticize board in public session

Town investigation finds no proof of wrongdoing

Raising funds to restore the train station
Antiques Railroad Show comes to Altamont

Knifepoint sunglass theft


After knife arrest, Petrilli put on leave

The American Legion Auxiliary looks after New York’s kids and veterans

New Scotland

Bids fond farewell to Langevin
Board plans process to hire new super

A farmer who fought in World War II remembers his brother who never came home


Local baseball players experience the “big time” in Albuquerque

Altamont Fair Special Section

Fair walkabout
Competition abounds, from peeling to big-money bake-off and the midway’s games

The Shermans know how to wield an ax

Old friends, new activities keep the animal barns “alive and kicking”

Little black dreams for little pink pigs

Our backyard Taj Mahal houses hens as well as happy memories


Obituary notices for August 14, 2008

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