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Staff written stories for the week of August 18, 2011

Editorial

Editorial
If the state won’t regulate, towns must protect us

 Altamont Fair

A young man’s walkabout
The Altamont Fair brings people back to a more relaxed time

Fair icon Francis Ripley spins tales as she spins yarn from dog and sheep

A man with a mission
Keating loves birds of prey and teaches others about their habits and habitat

“Totally perfect and pivotal”
Altamont Fair’s country Idol is now singing in Nashville

The Halls teach their performing bears to ride bikes and shoot basketballs

Riders of all ages will compete on horseback at the Altamont Fair

Altamont Fair Results

Albany County

Can towns use zoning to prevent hydrofracking?

Guilderland

Exam scores in error
GCSD admits Regents mistakes, fifteen who failed will get passing grades

To save money
Guilderland and Watervliet mull water consolidation

PSC investigates
Who is at fault for ruptured gas line?

New Scotland

After crash kills three walkers, police investigate and parishioners hold Mass

 Hilltowns

Inaugural golf tournament to raise funds for Spencer Memorial Scholarship at BKW

Bike collides with truck, teen hurt

 Sports

Hynes pounds the puck as he looks to get noticed

Lifeguarding is a fun job with serious responsibilities

The Emperor as Patzer
The chess career of Napoleon Bonaparte

Obituaries

Obituary notices for the week of August 18, 2011


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