Supervisors could move to ban pipelines:  8/19/2014
Some but not all Schoharie County supervisors favor a ban of gas pipelines across the county.
Aware of heightened interest in the county from pipeline companies, supervisors debated a ban at their monthly meeting Friday but failed to take action.
They may do so at their September meeting.
Constitution Pipeline and Tennessee Gas Pipeline seek to build pipelines through the county, and some supervisors believe other pipeline companies are interested, too.
Opponents are conc

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Good showing at Fair for 4-H kids
Schoharie County youth exhibited their best projects at this year's Schoharie County Sunshine Fair.
Art work, baked goods, photography, sewing, vegetables, cut flowers, science projects, and more
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Schoharie Promotional getting ready for fall
The Schoharie Promotional Association has announced that the Pumpkin Festival will return this year.
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Big changes, plans in store at Coby's
Coby’s, the Main Street, Cobleskill café, is under new management.
It’s still run by CAS––Cobleskill Auxiliary Services––but Coby’s has a new operations manager in Jay Wood and a new chef in Gi
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Wal-Mart Distribution could pay more under new PILOT
The Wal-Mart Distribution Center in Sharon Springs may be adding to the local tax base.
Schoharie County Treasurer Bill Cherry told county supervisors Friday that the distribution center’s PILOT
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Gentle swimmer

A hen wood duck enjoys a swim on a quiet pond.

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