Schoharie County loser in census:  3/31/2015
The lack of jobs combined with hurricanes and floods drove Schoharie County's population to new depths over the past five years.
New estimates from the US Census Bureau show Schoharie County lost 1,100 people between 2010 and 2014, from 32,666 to 31,566. The 3.4-percent loss was one of the largest in the state.
The impacts could be serious. Fewer students may mean less state aid for schools, and fewer customers translates into less money being spent in local businesses.
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From under the snow

This sure sign of spring showed up between snowfalls. Too bad temperatures continue to stay stuck below normal.

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