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Memorial Day weekend got off to a somber start Saturday morning in the Adirondacks after the body of a 61-year-old Oneida County man was recovered from Big Moose Lake after a two-boat collision the night before. State Police in Herkimer said the victim, Timothy J. Dunn of Marcy, had been out the lake alone after dark Friday night on a 14-foot aluminum Gamefisher - without lights - when his boat was struck by another boater, Jay D. Burrows , 19, of Eagle Bay. Comment?
Herkimer County resident Jane Spellman recently received the Herbert H. Lehman Prize for Distinguished Scholarship by the New York Academy of History for her contributions to historical research and writing of non-fictions books that give substantial attention to New York State. She was honored at a dinner on May 5 at the Cosmopolitan Club in New York City where she received the award, which was presented by Gretchen Sorin, director and distinguished professor of the Cooperstown Graduate Program. Comment?
Events exploring the Mohawk Valley's important role in the struggle for America's independence will be presented from June 9 to 12. Pre-registration is required with a cutoff date of June 1. The nine presentations will be held June 11 and 12 as follows: Archeological Review of New York's British & American Revolutionary War Fortifications - featuring: Dr. Amy Roache-Fedchenko - Fort Stanwix ; Dr. Susan Maguire - Fort Niagara; Dr. Douglas Pippin - Fort Haldimand; and Wayne Lenig - Fort Plain/Fort Rensselaer On Thursday June 9, there will be a bus tour of the Western Mohawk Country historic sites. Comment?
Burnt Hills High graduate Morgan Sullivan, left, of the Schenectady County Community College women's basketball team. less Burnt Hills High graduate Morgan Sullivan, left, of the Schenectady County Community College women's basketball team. Comment?
Skip Dickstein / Times Union Albany, which spends $5 million a year on garbage collection, wants to reduce the tonnage taken to the dump and increase recycling. Skip Dickstein / Times Union Albany, which spends $5 million a year on garbage collection, wants to reduce the tonnage taken to the dump and increase recycling. Comment?
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