Summit Shock under consideration for junk yard:  8/5/2015
A year after Summit Shock was sold to the highest bidder, it's being considered for an auto salvage junkyard and crusher facility.
The Town of Fulton Planning Board has been reviewing a request by Judith Mills of Waterford and her son, Dean Hansey, for the site, which they bought in August 2014 for $204,000.
Ms. Mills has also been pursuing the old Kivort Steel site in Warnerville for a scrap yard and recyling center-as well as a crusher.
Joanne Crum, Ms. Mills' representative, told

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Police make arrest in Wal-Mart fire
With help from the Schenectady Police Department, the Cobleskill Police Department Monday arrested a 51-year-old homeless man, charging him with arson in the July 19 Wal-Mart fire.
Michael D. Deyo
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GRSI happy with walk-through at Guilford
After years of inactivity, the former Guilford Mills factory may soon be getting tenants.
Officials from Green Recycling Solutions International, which owns the Cobleskill plant, were in town last
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139th Sunshine Fair starts Saturday
With a focus on "Celebrating Our American Heritage" the 2015 Schoharie County Sunshine Fair looks to be a winner.
That's according to Doug Cater, an almost 40-year volunteer with the Fair and long
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Cobleskill pool expects to open by August
Cobleskill is likely to get a little relief from the summer heat next week.
Mayor Linda Holmes said the village pool, closed so far this season, will open the first week of August.
The pool ha
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A bee's work is never done

This yellow and black flyer mines a milkweed bloom.

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