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Staff written stories for the week of November 26, 2009


Some traditions are old hat, others require sacrifice

Holiday special section

Holiday giving for our elders

“The smallest Christmas ever”
Former concert pianist sounds sad note

Octogenarian has a purple passion for prose and her Hilltown home

The Polar Express rolls into Altamont on Dec. 6, bringing Santa
and Christmas magic to top off a Victorian Holiday Celebration

A catalog of ways to limit holiday mail, plus 10 fun things to do with unwanted paper


Is your hamburger safer made of meat from home?


Going Out to learn about laughter
Mankoff says, “Cartoons are teaching the general public to play”

Sex encounter leads to two arrests

Grant, collared for burglary, attempts jail break

Re-Nue Spa, under Flansburg and Gasparo, keeps its charm and gives to the community

New Scotland

Water project on the rise, town budget comes in low

Service in Clarksville?


Swimming is Bickel’s life, coach says she could have a shot at Olympics

Lady Dutch basketball team is ready to resume pressing play

Lady Bulldogs needs offense to back up its strong defense


Obituary notices for the week of November 26, 2009

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