Altamont

Yvette Terplak, president, Altamont Free Library Board

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ALTAMONT — Born on a Hilltown farm, Ruth E. Quay was a loving homemaker and devoted mother. Late in life, she ranched in New Mexico before returning to the Helderbergs, which she loved.

She died on Thursday, June 25, 2015, during a brief stay at the Albany County Nursing Home. She was 77 years old.

Back in the dark ages of the 1980s, I attended an actual physical college.

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To the Editor:

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The charm and beauty of our village does not go without notice to the most casual passerby. 

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Marc Smith, president, Altamont Community Tradition

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An Altamont woman was part of a group who the Albany County District Attorney's Office said went to homes of the elderly to do housework and took money.

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Pat Glennon, director, Altamont Community Food Pantry

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Steve and Mary Beals, Altamont

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In the last week, veterans were acknowledged and fallen soldiers were remembered in separate ceremonies in Altamont, for Loyalty Day and the Memorial Day parade.

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