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Clyde C. Furman

CLARKSVILLE — Clyde C. Furman, a man who loved to help others, died on Tuesday, July 25, 2017. He was 85.

“He was a very caring person,” said his daughter, Brenda Welter. “He really liked to help people out.”

Jaynie Parmenter spent many years in the world of local youth theater but never imagined she would perform on Broadway right after graduating from high school.

State funds have been awarded for roads in New Scotland and Berne, part of a $27.8 million package to repair 134.2 lane miles of state roads across the Capital Region this summer and fall.

Paving and repair work will take place on:

VOORHEESVILLE — An injury that occurred on the Indian Ladder Trail last Sunday at John Boyd Thacher State Park has left the trail closed over a week later.

Bing Graffunder, Lone Star Ranch, Mt. Vernon, Texas


“How do you express your feelings for a place that’s done so much for you?” asks Voorheesville’s valedictorian, Abigail Keating Goldfarb. She has loved school since the start and will carry her passion for learning to Brown University.

Madison Rose Canfora credits her family for her success. Voorheesville’s salutatorian plans to study medicine at Duke University, which she chose for its balance between social and academic life.

The valedictorian spoke on the importance of hard work; the salutatorian on the need to stay true to self; and the keynote speaker, science teacher Kenneth Young, gave the 95 graduates a self-care list to follow — all at Voorheesville’s June 23 graduation ceremony.

5 Rivers, located in Bethlehem and New Scotland, unveiled a brand new visitor center.

Once New Scotland’s land-use plan is updated, the town board needs to codify it into zoning law.


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