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Staff written stories for the week of October 29, 2009


Listen to reason over rumors


Loses hotel case
Save the Pine Bush wins standing


Budget battles persist
Pension hike covered?

Cops drop gripe

Town orders junkyard cleanup, says water may be affected

GCSD plans $2M more in projects

“A love letter to live theater”
GHS over the moon about Ludwig’s comedy


Motocross is an election issue in Westerlo as Shavers back off project


In Berne
Democrats’ Gebe and Republicans’ Baranishyn make first run for super,
Incumbents Golden and Emory take on GOP challengers Stempel and Crawford for town board

Berne highway race
GOP’s Rapp and Dems’ Weaver vie for super

Unopposed in Berne
Motschmann for assessor

Unopposed in Berne
O’Malley for receiver of Taxes

Pat Favreau unopposed for town clerk

Two incumbent town judges set for another four-year term


In Rensselaerville
Dems’ Chase seeks 4th term

Rensselaerville highway super race
GOP’s Zeh launches challenge

In Rensselaerville
Weber and Pitts challenge Kropp and Hotaling for assessor

Hallenbeck unopposed for clerk

New Scotland

Parties poor
Money follows issues

Stanton runs on New Scotland FIRST line

Globe-trotting artist, Grace Gilbert, exhibits worldly, luminous paintings


Dutchmen stun top ranked LaSalle in Class AA quarterfinals

Guilderland deadlocks with Bethlehem, gets ready for sectionals

Guilderville swim team is humbled, Bickel to swim in state meet

Lady Dutch tennis falls short in defense of title


Obituary notices for the week of October 29, 2009

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