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The noisy display of hardened, antique machines will go on this weekend, at the 106 Murphy Road in Schoharie.

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GUILDERLAND — Guilderland’s 1802 Mynderse-Frederick House’s front door will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 20, for an open house, sponsored by the Guilderland Historical Society and the Guilderland Garden Club.

Printing the News

We often hear some thoughtless fellow say, “If I was running a paper, I would print the NEWS. I don’t care who it might hit. If they don’t want to get into the paper, let them keep out of trouble.”

Daniel A. Driscoll, Knox Historical Society

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Janet Haseley, research chairwoman, Rensselaerville Historical Society

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Jane McLean, vice president, Knox Historical Society

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Timothy J. Albright, Meadowdale

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GUILDERLAND — In the beginning days of the town of Guilderland, there was no Medicare or Medicaid for the ill, poor, or elderly.  Individuals had to rely on their neighbors or persons cited by the

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CLARKSVILLE — Join us on Wednesday, on June 3 at the Clarksvill Historical Society meeting, when Dietrich Ghering will discuss the impact of hops today and his efforts to re-establish a commercially viable Helderberg hops farm in the shadow of the Helderbergs near Indian Ladder Farms.

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