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Kevin Mattison


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Don Williams


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Girardi: ' I did what I thought was right'

NEW YORK (AP) -- Joe Girardi sounded a bit defensive. The Yankees manager went to his office Friday for the first time since New York was eliminated. After wasting a seven-game AL East lead and finishing six games behind Toronto -- the largest blown ...
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Rams pull away from AP

By ADAM SHINDER @RecorderShinder AVERILL PARK - After three years' worth of insane shootouts with the Averill Park Warriors, the Amsterdam High School football team's defense set a goal this week. This time around, the Warriors weren't going to score ...

Tragedy hits B-P soccer family; match postponed

Friday's scheduled boys soccer game between the Broadalbin-Perth Patriots and Scotia-Glenville Tartans was postponed out of respect for the family of B-P sophomore goalkeeper Ian Halloran, whose mother, Tracey Halloran, died Wednesday. Tracey Hallo ...

AHS boys win first soccer match

JOHNSTOWN - After 27 consecutive losses over two seasons, the Amsterdam High School boys soccer team finally got back into the win column Friday night, picking up their first-ever victory in the Foothills Council as the Rams edged Johnstown, 2-1. J ...


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Robert 'Bob' A. Sickler

October 7, 2015 Mr. Robert A. Sickler, 70, of Fort Plain passed away Wednesday, Oct. 7, at his home surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Little Falls Nov. 19, 1944, the son of Arthur Sickler and Mary Greene Sickler. He had been a li ...

David A. Rust

October 5, 2015 David A. Rust, 56, of Summit Drive, Canajoharie, passed away Oct. 5 at his home with his living family by his side. He was born March 17, 1959, in Amsterdam to Gilbert and Genevieve (Sierota) Rust. He graduated from Bishop Scully ...
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Darlene A. Oakes

October 6, 2015 Darlene A. Oakes, 71, of Clizbe Avenue, Amsterdam, passed away Tuesday evening, Oct. 6, at Wilkinson Residential Health Care Facility with her loving family by her side. Born in Amsterdam June 7, 1944, she was the daughter of t ...

Robin Lee (Crouse) Hernigle

October 6, 2015 Robin Lee (Crouse) Hernigle, 49, of Fort Plain, passed away suddenly Tuesday, Oct. 6, at her home on Canal Street. Born in Amsterdam April 20, 1966, she was the daughter of Gary and Patricia Crouse. She graduated from Fort Pla ...


Former Secretary of State Albright visits the set of 'Madam Secretary'

By FRAZIER MOORE The Associated Press NEW YORK -- On any episode of "Madam Secretary," U.S. Secretary of State Elizabeth McCord must negotiate with world leaders, Beltway power brokers and, sometimes, her own family on the home front. As played by Tea Leoni, Secretary McCord is measured, whip-smart, ethical and strong. And as a woman holding what for two centuries was a man's job, she never forgets who paved her way: Madeleine Albright, the real-l ...

Entertainment news in brief

Leading Cajun chef Paul Prudhomme dies NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- At K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen during the early 1980s, chef and owner Paul Prudhomme would drive to his hometown near Opelousas in his pickup truck and come back loaded down with supplies reflecting his native Cajun cuisine. Way before farm-to-table was hip in the foodie crowd, his restaurant was making its own andouille sausage. Prudhomme died Thursday after a brief illness, according to Tiffan ...

Nielsen ratings are skewed each week by our use of the DVR

By DAVID BAUDER The Associated Press NEW YORK -- Football and CBS -- sometimes both --dominated ratings during the second week of the television season. Increasingly, though, the Nielsen company's weekly list of most popular programs is most valuable as a first draft report on how the business is going. Each Tuesday, Nielsen releases data on how many people watched programs the previous week on the night they first aired. Later reports pick up o ...

Janet Jackson, Chicago, The Cars nominated for rock hall

NEW YORK (AP) — Janet Jackson, Steve Miller, Chicago and The Cars are among the first-time nominees being considered for induction next year in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Cheap Trick, Los Lobos, Chaka Khan and James Brown’s famed backup band The J.B.’s also are new to the ballot. Eight of the 15 potential honorees are first-timers, although none are in their first year of eligibility. More than 800 artists and members of the music in ...
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