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Staff written stories for the week of April 28, 2011

Editorial

Editorial
Cultivate community

Home and Garden 

Gardeners from around the world till the good earth in Guilderland

Yearning outweighs fear as Margaret Roach leaves
career success in New York City to embrace life as a country gardener

The art of quilting
Bemis tweaks the traditional

Commentary
Old house comes with subterranean woes

Knox couple research the history of their home and share the knowledge

Taking stock: Comparing kitchen equipment from nearly a century ago to now
shows some old ideas have taken new forms while modern inventions abound

The Tale of Two Cookbooks
A blog based on my grandmothers’ recipes reaches around the world

Guilderland

No suspect yet for defacing of Christ the King Church and statue

Expert to help GCSD improve scheduling

New Scotland

New Scotland Town Board split vote amends ethics law

Mackay negotiates size cap

 Hilltowns

Four months after eviction, Michael given a home

One rejected petition leaves two unopposed for school board

 Sports

Empire State Winter Games looking to expand without state funding

Dutchmen get only one hit off Kelly, Shenendehowa rolls

Lush Dutchmen Field finally finished

Voorheesville gets a boost with a win over Lansingburgh

Warner, once a Dutchmen, now trying to beat them

Obituaries

Obituary notices for the week of April 28, 2011


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