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The person most associated with Diederich's store in Westerlo is my dad — Bob Diederich.

Josh Perkins will speak during the 9:30 a.m. Altamont Reformed Church worship service, which will be followed by an opportunity for casual conversation at a “Lemonade on the Lawn” 

The overall complexity of Lyme disease as well as the absurdities of the political compliance has led to an ongoing nightmare.

Timothy Albright, a life member of the New Scotland Historical Association, came across documents describing the efforts by his native town and county to spend tax money to help people in poverty in the 19th century.

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An estimated 800 people gathered in the hills of the Helderbergs at Camp Pinnacle for three days in June. The event honored veterans and those currently serving our nation and celebrated America's heritage and founding principles.

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I have been asked to write a letter in regards to the standing of the Republican Party and lack of a candidate for this year’s town election.

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I wish I had a huge sign for my front yard on which I could display your editorials.

On December 20th, you stood with John Walkuski against assault weapons and on July 4th you stand with our children to castigate the growing disparity in resources available to rich and poor districts.

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Thanks to all who have already donated to the 2013 mowing expense at the Hannacroix Rural Cemetery. Your donations are greatly appreciated.

Although we received some donations, we still have a need for the 2013 season.

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I am writing today to express my heartfelt support of Mark Grimm for Guilderland town supervisor.

I am a small business owner residing in Guilderland.  I met Mark when he knocked on my home door during his recent campaigning efforts.