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The 147th Running of the Travers

The 147th Runner of the Travers at Saratoga Race Course saw jockey Mike Smith and Arrogate win the stakes in record time Saturday, August 27, 2016.

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The Woodford Reserve Ballston Spa

Strike Charmer, ridden by Junior Alvarado, wins the 28th Running of The Woodford Reserve Ballston Spa, Grade II, at the Saratoga Race Course on Travers Day, Saturday Aug. 27, 2016.

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Travers Day in Saratoga

Patrons at the Saratoga Race Course on Travers Day, Saturday Aug. 27, 2016.

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Albany Stakes Race

Hit It Once More, ridden by Kendrick Carmouche, wins the Albany Stakes race at the Saratoga Race Course on Friday afternoon, Aug 26, 2016.

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Happy National Dog Day

In honor of National Dog Day 2016, take a peek at some of the best dogs in the Capital Region, through the lens of The Daily Gazette's photographers.

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The Wall That Heals Opening Ceremony

The Wall That Heals, a traveling replica of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington D.C., had its opening ceremony on Thursday morning. About 100 people, including veterans, community members, law enforcement and politicians, turned out to welcome the wall and pay their respects to the fallen soldiers. The wall will be on display next to Princetown Town Hall through Sunday afternoon and will be open 24 hours.

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The Wall That Heals visits Princetown Town hall

The Wall That Heals visits Princetown Town hall

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Assembling the Wall That Heals

Volunteers work Wednesday morning to assemble the Wall That Heals, a 250-foot replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. The memorial will be on display in Princetown through Sunday afternoon.

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The 147th Running of the Travers Draw

The field is set of 14 entries in the largest field in recent history at the Travers Draw at Druther's Restaurant in Saratoga Springs Tuesday, August 23, 2016.

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Celebrating 100 years of National Parks

Our National Parks are celebrating their centennial this week — and we're celebrating along with them, sharing great photos Capital Region folks have shared of their visits to the parks!

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Vietnam Memorial passes through Schenectady

Led by police vehicles from the State Police, Schenectady Police and Schenectady County Sheriffs Department a motorcade of Patriot RIders escort a tractor trailer truck carrying the Moving Wall of the Vietnam War Memorial on State Street on its way to the Town of Princetown Hall Tuesday, August 23, 2016. The memorial will be on display there beginning Thursday.

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Summer Colony Stakes at Saratoga Race Course

Rachel’s Temper, ridden by Joel Rosario, wins the Summer Colony Stakes at the Saratoga Race Course, in Saratoga Springs, on Monday Aug. 22, 2016.

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Tragically Hip says goodbye

In an unparalleled moment of national pride laced with sorrow, Canada stopped for a few hours Saturday night to venerate Tragically Hip, the band that for many has come closest to defining that country’s cultural identity.

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Hummingbird Hills Winery Anniversary Car Show

Hummingbird Hills Winery Anniversary Car Show

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Northville Block Party

Northville Block Party

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Saratoga Springs Gun Show

The Saratoga Gun Show at the Saratoga City Center, in Saratoga Springs, on Sunday, Aug. 21, 2016.

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Saratoga Arts Celebration

Patrons shop at the Saratoga Arts Celebration at the Dance Museum, in Saratoga Springs, on Sunday, Aug. 21, 2016.

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The 12th annual cardboard boat races

The 12th Annual Hudson Crossing Park Cardboard Boat Race with a pirate theme was held in Schuylerville Saturday, August 20, 2016. Boats made of nothing more than cardboad, tape and maybe a little glue were used to make crafts to go out in the middle of the Hudson River around a buoy and back to shore with out sinking. Many creative ideas were put the the test some failed, others like the Resurrected operated by Katherine Pennington and Timothy Lindstrom came out on top in two categories.

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Picking up the pieces at Pine Lake Camp ground

The Pine Lake Camp ground in Caroga Lake took a devastating blow when a violent wind storm sliced through the placid mobile home park up rooting trees, crushing cars, and decimating many mobile homes beyond repair in last weekend's storm Friday, August 19, 2016.

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Congress Park in Saratoga Springs

Congress Park in Saratoga Springs on Aug. 19, 2016.

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Smile: Gazette Kids Day

The Daily Gazette Kids Day at Proctors featured pizza, ice cream, crafts and activities for children, August 17, 2016.

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Budweiser Clydesdales Parade

The Budweiser Clydesdales to parade down the Avenue of the Pines in Saratoga Springs State Park on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016.

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The Daily Gazette Kids Day at GE Theatre

The Daily Gazette Mascot Newsie gave out miles of smiles, high fives and hugs as the Daily Gazette held the first Gazette Kids Day at GE Theatre at Proctors on Wednesday.

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Schenectady Smiles Pep Rally

The Schenectady Smiles Pep Rally was held in front of City Hall with music by the Mohonasen High School Marching Band and Color Guard and appearances by the SCCC Mascot Royal the Duck, Smile Monster, and the Daily Gazette's own Newsie, a.k.a City Beat Reporter Haley Viccaro on Wednesday.

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Schenectady Smiles Photo Contest Winners

The Schenectady Smiles Photo Contest was launched to capture and celebrate our community. Submissions were divided into in five categories--Diversity (people, art, culture, food); Community Vitality (walkable, vibrant places; transportation, neighborhood pride); Natural Environment (lakes, rivers, preserves, parks, sky, wildlife); Architecture/Urban Design (plazas, buildings, neighborhoods, boulevards); and Businesses & Organizations (businesses, non-profits, schools, clubs). A committee of volunteers looked at every photo and chose the first and second place winners for each category and you voted for the People’s Choice award. Here are the winners!

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