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Staff written stories for the week of October 30, 2008

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Editorial

Disabled veterans deserve accessible and equitable support

Guilderland

Ethical dilemma?
Walgreens assessment still an issue

Year-and-a-half investigation yields a quiet plea

“The Guilderland Tea Party”
Student protesters dwindle, threaten to defeat budget unless demands are met

“Bloody cutting” or seizing new opportunities?
Budget building begins at GCSD as board members weigh in

Running for re-election?
Two yeas and one maybe from incumbents

Hilltowns

Walter’s petition for Democratic line twice-denied

New Scotland

Ethics hearing postponed
Move for Kormos ouster on hold

GOP elects DeFronzo chair

VCSD audit: “We’re in good financial shape”

Town strives for $5.6M pay-as-you-go budget

Sports

Lady Dutch soccer buries Albany and moves to quarters

Undefeated Flying Dutchmen roll into Class AA semi-finals

Voorheesville’s sectional bubble is popped
Blackbirds beat Schoharie but can’t figure out Lake George

BKW boys and girls’ cross-country take Western Athletic Conference title

Regional

On the ballot
Should more vets get Civil Service boost?

Veterans’ benefits by the numbers

GOING OUT FOR TWISTS AND TURNS
A balancing act: Humor and drama come to the stage as Miller adapts book

Obituaries

Obituary notices for October 30, 2008


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