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Staff written stories for the week of July 30, 2009


Harness the power of common sense before it’s too late


TAs seek support as super asks, ‘Are more TAs giving us better results?’

Profiles of three polite union leaders: ‘We want people to know how valuable we are’

Evolution of TA role
From “mother/helper” to paraprofessional

Middle-school kids hatch ideas and careers at Butterfly Station

Continuing an 87-year-old practice, Dr. Jarvis owns and runs Albany County Animal Hospital

Riding it out
Overcoming cancer and spreading awareness

Following national lead
Guilderland takes a night out against crime

Vlahos, Greek restaurateur, embodied the American dream


‘Concerned Citizens’ rile Rensselaerville with claims of mismanagement, high taxes

GOP’s Stevens runs for board, Super Hammond unopposed

GOP coy about candidates, Dems march on

New Scotland

GOP fields candidate

Mayor not so sure
Fire chief proposes new $320K truck

Help for rain-battered farmers


The Knights prevail on big stage in Buffalo

Geist and Church end season with trip to New Jersey


Obituary notices for the week of July 30, 2009

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