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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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"At the end of the day, we've done the right thing for students," said Guilderland's business administrator as the district has used its fund balance to preserve programs, causing the comptroller to deem it "susceptible" to stress.

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Not long ago, we had a playoff of horrible things, with automated telephone answering systems beating out graffiti by a hair.

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The Old Men of the Mountain went to bed on Monday night, Jan.

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The 2014 New York hunting season closed with the second lowest number of hunting related-shooting incidents on record, according to the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation. 

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