D-Day vet honored on 98th birthday:  11/24/2015
George Perry is one-of-a-kind.
The World War II and D-Day veteran turned 98 Sunday.
And Saturday, the Sharon Springs community-along with Mr. Perry's family and the American Legion-turned out in full force to help him celebrate.
Originally from Nyack, Mr. Perry was a staff sergeant and sharpshooter who was stationed in Japan after the war.
"He's a true hero who risked everything," said Sharon Supervisor Sandra Manko, one of those making remarks, "all to preserve our way of life."

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That time of year

With Thanksgiving just a week away, it won't be long before it's time to start thinking about scenes like this one.

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