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This entry was written 30 years ago in this author's journal of Sept. 6, 1984.

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To the Editor:

Rensselaerville is a tiny village with a big heart. Three weeks ago, an 1814 historic home was fully involved in one of the worst fires the village has experienced.

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"We’re reaching into the metaphorical couch cushions, looking for change,” said the school superintendent of proposed cuts, after years of cutting, in next year's $93 million budget.

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Beth Aviza's lawyer told The Enterprise she had acted as “a mother showing concern for the kids on the bus.”

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GUILDERLAND — Jeffrey W. Webb, a man dedicated to his family and his job, died on Friday, Jan. 30, 2015. He was 71.

Mr. Webb was born in Ossining, New York, the son of the late Wilbur W. and Ethel-Mae (née Pratt) Webb.

Donald DePass and Michael Fitzgerald returned recently to the room where they graduated from high school, this time to be admitted to the New York State Bar.

The Dutchmen had Senior Night on Jan. 29, winning seven of the 11 matches.

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Two Guilderland wrestlers discuss some brutal moves.

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Altamont Elementary School's fifth-graders read candidates for this year’s Caldecott and Newbery medals. Students spent the snow day on an email thread with their teacher offering their thoughts. 

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"Life is painting a picture, not doing a sum," said Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., a judge who might well have approved of the way kids at Altamont Elementary School assessed picture books.

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