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Staff written stories for the week of June 10, 2010


Comptroller should have regs that town can bank on


In 21st Congressional District
Newcomer Danz gets GOP backing to challenge veteran pol, Dems’ Tonko

State plans to end dog-licensing database, leaving the work and funds to towns


Has Salerno taken Civil Service exam required to be commissioner?

Christ the King closes
A half-century of Catholic schooling comes to an end

GEA gets contract, no raises

Rizzo feels welcomed as Lynnwood’s new principal and is raring to go

Nervosity to benefit African AIDs orphans

SUV hits school bus

New Scotland

Fewer planners
New Scotland cuts board to five


Tubbs puts dogs’ deaths behind her,
Bushnell pleads guilty to stealing and injuring two dogs

'From ashes to beauty by the grace of God': Rock Road Chapel celebrates rebuilding

Slick trick?
Senior prank covers BKW halls in motor oil


Dutchmen win Class AA
On edge, waiting to steal state title

Lady Dutch defeated in sudden-death heartbreaker

Lewy-Boulet encourages youth to be runners

Local track athletes to move on to State Meet


Obituary notices for the week of June 10, 2010

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