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At prom time, Albany County Deputy Marty Zaloga told Voorheesville's high school students on May 27 about the danger of driving while impaired.

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A festive groundbreaking for a $3.8 million visitor's center at John Boyd Thacher State Park highlighted the Open Space Institute's private capital campaign goal of $1 million.

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Voorheesville resident David P. Miranda is poised to oversee a committee to review the state constitution.

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CLARKSVILLE — Join us on Wednesday, on June 3 at the Clarksvill Historical Society meeting, when Dietrich Ghering will discuss the impact of hops today and his efforts to re-establish a commercially viable Helderberg hops farm in the shadow of the Helderbergs near Indian Ladder Farms.

William Reinhardt, Slingerlands

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Camp and family will memorialize the former director, who had "an evangelistic heart."

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A Memorial Day weekend camping party found one of its group dead in the campfire and badly burned on Monday morning.

Voters also passed a $22.8 million Voorheesville school budget and a $1.1 million library budget.

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Highway Superintendent Kenneth Guyer said residents should not be uncomfortable in their own parks, after a dog attack in April highlighted loose leash laws.

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VOORHEESVILLE — Edward G. Sellnow Jr., a husband, father, and grandfather, died Friday, May 15, 2015 at the Guilderland Nursing Home. He was 77.

Mr. Sellnow was the son of Edward G. Sellnow Sr. and Dorothea Ochse.

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