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Staff written stories for the week of October 2, 2008

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Plant now for future generations


Nelligan looks back on teaching as “a good thing,” still seeks change

Redlich asked to sit out budget vote

Taxes up a penny
Runion proposes $31 M budget

New Scotland

Accused of a conflict of interest, Kormos says: “I will not resign”

Biscone says he wants to hear from residents who live near the proposed big-box mall

“Important free-trade decision”
Farmers beat tractor giant in court


Flying Dutchmen start on course, let game slip away in second half

Local cross-country teams are making opponents run for the hills

Struggles continue for Voorheesville football team


Obituary notices for October 2, 2008

Home, Garden and Care Care Special Section

With falling temperatures and rising oil costs, stoves that burn corn, gas, or wood are hot

On Altamont Road, one woman’s quest for energy independence
Renée Van Kuren captures and harnesses the power of the sun

After more than a century, Old Snarley still weeps in Albany…

Desolation Ridge comes to my backyard
The solution? Tending tiny trees from the Arbor Day Foundation

Knocking? Bucking? Lagging? Your engine may need a tune-up

“A Piece of Home”

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