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Staff written stories for the week of August 4, 2011

Editorial

Editorial
New jobs needed to keep economy afloat — IDAs must be accountable

 Guilderland

Karner blues raised in captivity let hope take wing

“Exciting prototype”
High-tech group home to be built in Westmere

“He’s reachable”
Pucci slated for permanent appointment as commissioner

Guilderland woman charged with sexual abuse of 11-year-old girl

Left kids after crash, police say
Harder arrested under Leandra’s Law

Quinn claims APD “out of control”
Video shows appropriate arrest

New Scotland

A family affair
Lysenkos volunteer at Appalachian clinic

 Hilltowns

Diaz Meyer takes pictures that tell stories, illuminate truth

Huyck Preserve’s new education director
Dawn O’Neal wants to teach conservation

BKW’s uses under-budget bids as a cushion for new work

Westerlo highway detour

 Sports

After completing first Ironman, McKenna is now confident, not cocky

As a contact sport
Chess is popular in Mongolia


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