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High schools that start later have teens with less tardiness, higher grades, less depression, and fewer car crashes. We should make the research a reality in our local schools.

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Momentum, communication, and energy all feed off each other in volleyball. Guilderland realizes that.

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GUILDERLAND — The school district is planning what it calls a summit conference for Nov. 19 in hopes of hatching a solution to its problems of declining enrollment and stagnant funding.

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The Appio brothers — a "risk-taker" and a "voice of reason" — work together on their films, both thrillers and comedies, to create their own reality.

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GUILDERLAND — Crossgates Mall and To Life! will hold a breast cancer fashion show on Saturday, Oct. 11, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. on the lower level in front of Macy’s.

The Survivor’s Shine Fashion Show will feature 19 breast-cancer survivors walking down the runway in Macy’s and The Walking Company attire.

During our trip to the Florida Days meeting in Sanibel, Fla., Jim and I had an opportunity to explore the area and see some of the attractions of Southwest Florida.

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GUILDERLAND — Friday afternoon, State Police released the names of the two adults who had been found dead, with their children, in their Westmere home by a relative on Wednesday afternoon. They identified the adult victims as Jin Feng Chen, 39, and Hai Yan Li, 38.

To the Editor:

I have come to love Altamont, in a very short time, as a place of beauty, peace, and strong community relations. People respect each other (with freedom to disagree), help one another, and watch out for each other.

Yet.. — no one stops for people crossing the crosswalks on Main Street. 

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To the Editor:

After 10 years, Judith Wines leaves as Altamont’s librarian. This Friday is her last day before assuming her new post at Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk Library.

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To the Editor:

Love is shown in many ways.

Ours is not a big church, according to any statistician, or denominational standards. But in heart we really try to be what our Lord has called his people to be, a help in time of need to the poor in spirit as well as in body.

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