4 years later, SALT surges toward the future:  9/2/2015
With four years of successful flood recovery under its belt, SALT is surging ahead.
Schoharie Area Long Term recovery leaders and supporters observed the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Irene on Friday by celebrating accomplishments and pledging more.
The press conference was held on the steps of the Parrott House in Schoharie because, like the rest of the Valley, the historic inn is being rejuvenated.
"Like the Parrott House, we are resilient, too," said SALT Executive Director Sara

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County EMS ready for next disaster
Four years after an angry Hurricane Irene stalled over the Schoharie Valley, washing away roads and homes and forcing hundreds to evacuate-and then rebuild-the Schoharie County's Office of Emergency S
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Searches turn up 500 pot plants
A two-day sweep of Schoharie County with help from a National Guard helicopter netted the Sheriff's Office 250 marijuana plants from the Towns of Sharon, Cobleskill, Schoharie, Broome, and Summit, las
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'Dummy' military missile goes MIA
An Apache helicopter buzzing Schoharie County Friday wasn't looking for marijuana but rather a missing missile.
According to Fort Drum officials, the dummy missile was lost between 9 and 10:30am F
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Boil notice for Central Bridge Water District
A boil water notice has been issued for the Central Bridge Water District by the Schoharie County Department of Health.
A boil water notice means that you should bring all water that will be used
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High-rise help

A volunteer stands by to help runners at one of their first obstacles at Saturday's Patriot Highlander Challenge, a veterans' fundraiser in Cobleskill that drew nearly 1,000 competitors and helpers.

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