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Staff written stories for the week of January 6, 2011


2010: Byrd’s Eye Review


“Everything is on the cutting block”
With $4.2 million budget gap, GCSD asks the community what it values

Retiring after 38 years
Highway super Gifford credits his crew for his success

New pastor at Lynnwood Reformed
A man of letters and a man of the cloth, Schutter plans to start new ministries for the community

Altamont Extreme Auto repairs small engines and large as pros take care of cars from Hyundais to Ferraris

New year, same faces for town government

 New Scotland

New ethics law spurs surveyor Elliott to resign from planning post

At re-organizational meeting, everything’s unanimous in New Scotland


One single mother is forced out of trailer park as another struggles to join co-op

New librarian in Westerlo
Hoadley’s life unfolds like an adventure novel

After 14 years on the bench
Judge Quay leaves Knox with a year left in her term

In Rensselaerville
Councilman Bolte sworn in

Westerlo Town Board will interview candidates to fill vacant posts for judge and zoning board


Dutch showed true grit
Shen’s fine-tuned team couldn’t be stopped

Guilderville swim team, faster than last year, loses to Shen, has 3-2 record


Obituary notices for the week of January 6, 2011

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