Interest waning in pipeline wars?:  4/21/2015
It was a sea of orange and blue Tuesday when Kinder Morgan held the second of two local open houses on its pipeline plans at Radez elementary in Richmondville:
Orange union supporters making their point in long-sleeved tees and Kinder Morgan reps identifiable by their blue polos.
Add to that the gray-uniformed deputies from the Sheriff's Office and it was hard to find the handful of locals with questions on the proposed natural gas pipeline.
The low turnout was in sharp contrast to

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Maple Festival, more to kick off season
There's plenty to do in Cobleskill this Saturday.
Earth Day, the Schoharie County Maple Festival, the SUNY Cobleskill Fish and Wildlife Festival and SUNY's Ag Fair will be held through the day.
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Cobleskill Regional joins organ efforts
Cobleskill Regional Hospital will join the Center for Donation and Transplant in recognizing National Donate Life Month, a month-long celebration held every April that showcases the life-saving benefi
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Brush fire blackens 60-plus acres in Middleburgh
Police arrested a Middleburgh man Sunday in connection with a brush fire that blackened more than 60 acres of woods off of Huntersland Road in Middleburgh.
Gregory Marshall, 56, of Mill Valley Ro
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Sales tax numbers down, down, down
Schoharie County's first-quarter sales-tax revenue plummeted from the same period a year ago, but the decline isn't necessarily a sign of a worsening economy.
Instead, the revenue drop, one of the
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Spring has sprung

Daffodils unfurl along this local stream. And the good part about the cooler temps in the forecast? Spring blooms like these will last a little longer.

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