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Staff written stories for the week of November 10, 2011


Budget should not be a mystery to citizens

Albany County

Gordon and Aylward ousted
GOP’s cut-taxes message carries Busch and Stevens to victory

Creating a stir
School board president write political letter “as a private citizen”


Highway Super Oliver the only elected Republican
Dems take back Guilderland Town Board

Teen killed when car hits tree

On display at the Altamont library
Train Station Quilters complete complex samplers, each in her own way

New Scotland

Democratic size-cappers and anti-frackers sweep New Scotland

Will $20K fix keep Krumkill open?


First in 20 years
Conklin breaks barrier

Elections in Knox
Two Dems win board seats, GOP’s highway super unopposed

Milner is out
Democrats rule in Westerlo

Dems ousted in Rensselaerville

Tax levy under the 2% cap
R’ville proposes $2.2M budget for next year

Two arrested for thefts in Rensselaerville


Bickel breaks her record, now going for state record in backstroke at Buffalo

Running to States
BKW boys’ and girls’ cross-country take class D title at Saratoga

Guilderland soccer plays Shenendehowa tight in semifinals, lose 2-0

Lady Birds repeat as Class C champions

Will a football team be coming to the Hilltowns?


Obituary notices for the week of November 10, 2011

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