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Staff written stories for the week of October 8, 2009

Editorial

Editorial
The key to a sound budget is an open process

Home & Garden

Foliage and animals evolved together
Modern farmers follow nature’s way

Biochar
A world movement in your own backyard

Reading local history through hallowed houses in the Stockade

In autumn, neutralize your soils and plant perennials

Guilderland

Firefighters’ fund-raiser a thorny issue: Local florists are hurt

Nelligan has raised $20K
Dems have 10 times the GOP funds

$30M preliminary budget won’t raise taxes

Artist wields chainsaw to release soul from wood

Vojnar plans to be buried on his farm

In split vote
Village buys new $300K fire truck

Suspect hits two police officers with car, chase ensues

Hilltowns

Misdemeanor arrest: Bushnell collared for shooting neighbors’ dogs

Deputy recovers from crash

New Scotland

Sphere still here, waiting

Distinct factions emerge from divided GOP

Fields out
Stanton, Robinson on New Scotland FIRST line

Helping in the fight against breast cancer one pink hair at a time

VCSD holds Oct. 20 vote for reserve funds

Sports

Voorheesville soccer shocks Schalmont in battle for first place

Lady Dutch tennis looking to repeat as sectional champions

Munroe is a champ of Altamont Horseshoe League

Obituaries

Obituary notices for the week of October 8, 2009


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