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Staff written stories for the week of October 15, 2009


New World explorers can uncork our past


In Guilderland
Contentious election pits Democratic incumbent Kenneth Runion against Peter Golden on GOP line

Dems’ Randall seeks 2nd term

GOP’s Aldrich makes first run

Rosemary Centi for town clerk

Jean Cataldo for receiver of taxes

In wake of complaints
Runion schedules two budget workshops

GHS grieves for Andrea Guido

Henry Hudson comes to life for students at Farnsworth Middle School

New hires for GCSD with $1.75M in federal funds

Trick or Treat Street promises “tons of fun”

The Scallys restore Hiram Griggs’s home so that he would recognize it


In Knox
Supervisor Hammond unchallenged,
Dem incumbents Viscio and Decker run again, challenged by Republican Stevens

In Knox
Dems’ Judge Jean Gagnon challenged by GOP’s Donati

In Knox
Salisbury vs. Barber for highway superintendent

Clerk and tax collector are unopposed in Knox

In Westerlo
Dems’ Brick and Stroh run against GOP’s Mackey for town judge

Dissatisfied with Berne supervisor candidates,
Abele launches write-in campaign for supervisor

For 3 days
Workers without water

Berne highway workers’ union files grievance over employment practices

New Scotland

Budget slashed
Dolin proposes 5% tax cut


Guilderland teen swims, bikes, and runs to the top

Lady Birds volleyball digging for another sectional title

Dutchmen soccer looking for an offensive boost, after ending three-game skid

Voorheesville football team racks up fifth straight win


Obituary notices for the week of October 15, 2009

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