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From ruin to recovery: One year after tropical storms Irene and Lee (with videos)

Dianna Waldron, left, gets a hug from neighbors Jodi Barnes and Nicole Barnes, 5, in front of what was left of Waldron Farms in Middleburgh on Sept. 3, 2011. The Waldrons lost their home, two barns and a car.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Dianna Waldron, left, gets a hug from neighbors Jodi Barnes and Nicole Barnes, 5, in front of what was left of Waldron Farms in Middleburgh on Sept. 3, 2011. The Waldrons lost their home, two barns and a car.
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Shirley Malik was admiring one of her new flowers on a hot August afternoon, taking stock of what she had. A new American flag floated in the breeze, as the Schoharie Creek which claimed her home on Priddle Road a year ago flowed gently in the background. Malik, 76, is one of few who remain in the neighborhood where she once lived year-round, tucked away in a creekside valley beneath hills of the town of ...


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