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A student who killed a giraffe was scorned when his family placed a trophy photo in his high school yearbook; we need to care about the many species in our midst that are suffering from our abuses.

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On the Memorial Day weekend, we were in Austin, Texas for a grandson’s graduation from the University of Texas. You may recall that weekend had devastating flooding in Texas.

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The Hilltown Senior Citizens marked the group's 46th anniversary with a dinner, and Bright Horizons attendees took a trip down Memory Lane, too, reprising a prom.

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Rosemary Centi has worked as Guilderland's town clerk and David Cardona has been a village trustee and a chief court clerk.

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The proposed State Wildlife Action Plan, known as SWAP, meant to protect rare and declining wildlife species, is now available for public comment. The deadline for comment is Friday, July 17.

More than 100 Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical students from the Schoharie campus received certificates of completion and awards in June.

Mariel Doyle, a math major from Delmar, was a member of the women's track and field team at the State University of New York College at Oneonta.

The Red Dragons finished fifth indoor and third outdoor at the SUNY Athletic Conference Championships this year.

These local students were among 31 from the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School inducted into the National Technical Honor Society with grade-point averages of 92 or greater at Career & Tech, an overall average of 85 or greater at their high schools, and fewer than six absences:

GUILDERLAND — On Saturday, May 16, Guilderland Boy Scout Troop 50 worked to improve the Fort Hunter town park.  The project was coordinated and directed by Matt Cortelyou as his Eagle Project.

Howard W. Borden, Altamont

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