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Living on the edge of a single blade, Trisha Roohan, from Delmar, at top, competes in the junior lady free skate competition at the Empire State Games last Saturday afternoon at the 1980 Rink in Lake Placid, while, above, a bobsledder finishes his second run at the Mt.

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Ice and snow couldn’t stop the athletes competing in the 35th annual Empire State Winter Games last weekend in Lake Placid.

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Sharp as a skate’s blade, performance on ice is honed to perfection by girls who start competing at a young age. Talent from Guilderland and the Helderbergs was on display last weekend in Lake Placid for the 35th annual Empire State Winter Games.

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The crazy salad that is America is made of many distinct histories; we need the tools to claim our past in order to interpret our own experiences.

Guilderland's super has calculated that the cost for 23 Capital Region districts to meet new state requirements would total over $5 million; 59 teachers would need to be hired and qualified ESL teachers are in short supply.

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ESPERANCE — When he was just 19, James A. Blyth Sr. built a home for the couple who raised him, launching a career in carpentry. He died on Wednesday, Jan. 14, with his family by his side, at Ellis Hospital in Schenectady after a long fight. He was 69.

He had lived on Junction Road in the town of Esperance, Schoharie County.

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