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Photo archive for January 8, 2008

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Kendall Delgado, right, of Schenectady high, jumps up for a rebound along with Nick Sarchioto of Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons, left, during Tuesday's high school basketball game at ND-BG. View photo

--Plainsmen and Spartans battle under thebasket for a second period rebound Tuesday night. From the left are Meg Goodwin (Shen 22) Erin Little (BH-BL 2) , Kayla Wheeler (Shen 32) and Georgina Farrow View photo

Tami Adams, owner of Bark Avenue Salon and Boutique For Pets in Burnt Hills grooms Cujo Tuesday at the shop. Cujo is owned by Tammy Dame of Scotia. View photo

Sister Constance Casey, Campus President at the Academy of the Holy Names View photo

-Working Tuesday in the upstairs of the Black Elks Club on Beekman St. in Saratoga Springs, Mike Bellinger, contractor for the Saratoga Springs Prservation Foundation,, removes floorboards near a former staircase. The area is being prepared for the installation of new dry View photo

One of the passengers of a Jeep Wrangler looks at the vehicle after it flipped over and landed in a creek on McKay Road in Amsterdam Tuesday. View photo

Village Tavern owner Mary Bargstedt continues to clear melting snow from the parking lot of her Ft. Hunter establishment on Tuesday. View photo

Sean McMullan of Waterford, watches as his daughter Sarah McMullan, 7, clings to his arm trying to keep her balance while skiing for only the 2nd time in her life at Maple Ski Ridge in Rotterdam Tuesday. View photo

Bill Neilson, left, and Dan Gray enjoy the mild weather along State Street in Schenectady on Tuesday. View photo

Left to right, Leigh Remeke and Daniella Schmidt both BOCES Theater Arts Technical students, put the finishing touches on one of two castles at the entrance to the GE Theater at Proctors on Tuesday afternoon.Students have spent the last two weeks building and designing theatrical flats and painting them. The flats were also made from salvaged materials at Proctors. Monty Python's Spamalot will begin for a six nights at Proctors starting Tuesday evening. View photo

Buffalo Bites with carrots, celery and dip. View photo

On Thursday, January 3, 2008, the New York State Police BCI in Mayfield arrested Jay A. Oldham Jr., age 33, from 14 Bloomingdale Ave Gloversville, NY for Criminal Impersonation 2nd. Criminal Impersonation 2nd is a misdemeanor. Oldham was also arrested on an active arrest warrant for a violation of the family court act - Failure to Pay Child Support. Oldham had made claims to the staff at Park Terrace Elementary School in Gloversville that he was a helicopter pilot with the New York State Police when he is not employed by the agency. He was arraigned in the City of Gloversville court and remanded to the Fulton County Jail in lieu of $2500 cash bail to reappear in City Court at a later date. View photo

The Red Spotted Purple, one of the nominees for State Butterfly of NY and competitor of the Karner Blue butterfly. View photo

The owner of this parked minivan involved in an accident and shooting at the corner of Emmett and Backus streets, removes belongings early Tuesday. View photo

Geese are seen at Collins Park in Scotia in March 2007. View photo

File mug shot of Armon Benny. View photo

Male Karner Blue butterfly View photo

 

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