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Staff written stories for the week of March 17, 2011


Protecting athletes’ brains
One small test has big Impact


“A two-way street”
Volunteers tutor students in English, enriching themselves

Aylward, Marshall and Hout return to office after uncontested election

Backstage politics lead Dem board to appoint two from other parties

Firefighter injured
Blaze in Westmere bungalow quelled

Faced with budget cuts
Kids speak out for music, German, indoor track

Budget proposal for 2011-12
Spending down at Guilderland library, but taxes would still increase slightly

Board won’t appoint
Voters will choose next highway super

New Scotland

Nothing definite in $21M budget

State audit finds no abuse but potential for misuse

No contest in Voorheesville
Trustees Hotaling and Cardona re-elected


BKW and teachers’ union at impasse

Playing on home bass
BluesTones raise funds for BKW students

Berne to have second public hearing on comp plan


Chi wins Schenectady
Fun and games in Monte Carlo

On to the final four
Lady Birds beat Yellowjackets, extend season with another win

ImPACT at Guilderland
Setting a baseline before concussions helps keep athletes safe

New coach, new players, same results –– they win


Obituary notices for the week of March 17, 2011

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