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The Sap Run 5K will be held on Saturday, March 21, starting at Knox Town Hall at 10 a.m.

The Helderberg Hilltowns Association sponsors the race; it’s $25 to sign up. Registration may be made online at www.saprun5k.org.

For more information, contact John Elberfeld at 872-2082.

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Fifth annual race on March 28.

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Legislators will consider a law that could protect delicate local wells and reservoirs from blasting as Tennessee Gas Pipeline prepares to expand its supply pipes. 

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VOORHEESVILLE — During our annual Martin Luther King sew day, four teams of two quilters each from the Voorheesville Village Quilters gathered in the Community Room at the Voorheesville Public Library to participate in an Iron Quilt Challenge.  Organized by Education Coordinator Julie Stump, each team was allowed to bring sewing machin

The nine girls of Girl Scout Troop 1308 decided to raise money to help the elderly.

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Battered women are in our midst. And we are as good at not seeing them as they are at pretending they are not being hurt.

INCREASED ASSESSMENT
In The Village Of Altamont Was Ordered By

The State Board Of Tax Commissioners.

VILLAGE OFFICIALS COULD DO NOTHING BUT COMPLY WITH ORDER —

TOWN ASSESSORS ALSO RECEIVED SAME ORDER FROM STATE BOARD.

DECLINES NOMINATION

James E. Kirk Says He Will Not Run for the Office of Village President on the Democratic Ticket.

The following letter was received by C. Martin, village clerk of Altamont, this week:

Altamont, N.Y., March 2, 1915.

New York's educational system is ostensibly one of home rule; forcing all schools into the same mold is not the best way to help students. Programs should be tailored by each district to fit its needs.

In conjunction with National Lymphedema Awareness Day, Senator George Amedore read a resolution passed by the Senate the day before it was visited by Emma Detlefsen, a 6-year-old from Berne who has helped to raise funds to research the disease that she has.

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