FOCUS ON SCHOHARIE: The Schoharie News
A newspaper returns to Schoharie at 283 Main Street. Publisher and editor, Timothy Knight, was born and raised in Schoharie County and attended SUNY Cobleskill as a Communications major. Always interested in the news, in 2013 he started the online news outlet called The Schoharie News. After working as a freelance reporter for the Mountain Eagle for a year, he found a measure of respect and creditability for print news. Timothy decided to return to The Schoharie News, and in February 2015 he expanded to a weekly print newspaper. Each edition is a combination of news coverage featuring the Schoharie Valley, with tidbits of news from Schoharie County, columns by local leaders and writers, as well as community news, and the basic coverage of rural newspapers.
The Schoharie News is available every Tuesday for 75 cents. Pick up a copy in Schoharie at the Country Cafe, Stewart's, Mobil, Apple Barrel; in Esperance at Hannaford and Stewart's; in Central Bridge at Apple Food; and other locations throughout the county. Subscriptions are available for $35 a year or a digital subscription for $32 a year. Advertising rates are very reasonable. Contact Timothy for information on subscriptions and advertising.
Currently single and living in Middleburgh, Timothy has been “humbled by and warmly appreciates the support he has received in Schoharie.” We hope everyone will support Timothy and The Schoharie News!
July's Friday night concert series,7 to 9 PM:
10th: Linda Lee and the Fox Creek Band
playing country favorites on Main Street
17th: Moonshine Junkies playing high energy
modern country at Fox Creek Park
24th: Force of Habit playing rock and roll on Main Street
31st: Still Hollow playing blue grass in Fox Creek Park
All are local bands.
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