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The newest manager of the Altamont Fair, Amy Anderson, had a direct part in its tradition at an early age, crowned Miss Altamont Fair in 1985, when she was 17.

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Let's see the snowy owl as a harbinger of hope and change our ways before it is too late.

Pregnancy and childbirth are both ordinary and extraordinary. They are both common and unique. As a doula, I treat them as such.

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One Thursday a month at 1 p.m., registered nurse Sue Griffiths, Community Caregivers’ intake coordinator, hosts a group of men and women, mostly women, who have come together for support.

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Albany Medical Center’s Department of Pulmonology and Critical Care has three new fellowship-trained pulmonologists who have been appointed assistant professors of medicine. They will treat the full range of lung diseases and disorders, and offer specialized treatment to patients with complex conditions. They are:

Guilderville swimmers competed with those from Shenendehowa this week.

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The filmmaking brothers from Altamont, Frank and Zach Appio, will compete against their RPI professor in the competition.

Dogs that few want to adopt — most of them are pit bulls — get training from county jail inmates, which helps the inmates as well as the dogs.

Following a longstanding tradition, Farnsworth Middle school students participated last weekend in the Future City Competition. This year, the team came in third with a city named Akara Aka.

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ALTAMONT — Jonathan P. Francis, originally from Knox, who is well known to law enforcement, was arrested in October on a felony charge of witness tampering.

Francis was arrested on Oct. 27, 2014, according to the Altamont Police Department report, for an incident that had occurred a month prior, on Sept. 27, 2014.

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