Schoharie County toasts the Beverage Trail:  6/30/2015
As dozens of (thirsty) friends, supporters, and family members looked on, Schoharie County launched its Beverage Trail Thursday at the back lawn of Sharon Spring's American Hotel.
The trail, which is recognized by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, links four producers of mead, wine, beer and spirits:
--KyMar Farm Winery and Distillery in Charlotteville.
--Green Wolf Brewing in Middleburgh.
--Royal Meadery in Richmondville.
--Barber's Farm Distillery in

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Andrew C. Scheiner, 28, was charged
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Schoharie County Treasurer Bill Cherry is shedding a few of his duties.
He plans to remain as treasurer and the county's flood recovery coordinator, but Mr. Cherry is relinquishing the posts of bu
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Rotary celebrates good works
Cobleskill Rotarians celebrated good work in the community Wednesday night.
Holding their annual meeting at the Best Western, Rotarians honored Jack Lohret as Rotarian of the Year and Sue Rightmye
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July 4th celebrations in Cobleskill, Schoharie
Schoharie County will have a grand July 4 celebration this Saturday.
Sponsored by Cobleskill Partnership Inc., the Town of Cobleskill and many area businesses, festivities will include fun at the
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Where did the year(s) go?

Students everywhere marked the end of the school year--and their high school careers--over the weekend. Here, a high-spirited Schoharie Central School senior says goodbye Saturday. See our special Graduation Section for more photos like it.

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