New Scotland

At the monthly meeting of the Voorheesville School Board, teachers and residents aired grievances over issues of transparency, communication, and planning. The district’s students were again recognized for their work in the classroom. 

Annual Heritage Day in Clarksville on August 3. The annual event is sponsored by the Clarksville Historical Society and the Clarksville Community Church.

On the 1st of March, 2018, I sat atop the collapsing roof of Saddam Hussein’s former Guesthouse Palace, gazing across the ravaged cityscape of war-torn Mosul in northern Iraq.

David Albright told The Enterprise that he was 8 and riding on his yellow banana-seat bike in April 1972 when he and his friend saw a plane flying very low — just 300 to 500 feet off the ground — and stopped to stare at it. The pilot saw them too, Albright said, and waved. 

Last weekend, New Salem Fire Department put on the 77th annual Punkintown Fair as their big fundraiser for the year that always brings in big crowds for the three night event.

In 1833, the village of Clarksville was created by decree of the Postmaster General of the United States of America. On Saturday, Aug. 3, residents are invited to celebrate the rural hamlet’s rich history. 

Ami Lahoff

Ami Lahoff gave up a stable, full-time job so that she could strike out on her own. In just a couple of months, she went from selling her skincare and soap products online to having her own retail shop on South Main Street in Voorheesville. 

NEW SCOTLAND — The Village Animal Clinic has hired a new veterinarian to handle its growing practice.

NEW SCOTLAND — Clarksville Heritage Day will be held on Saturday, Aug. 3, from 9 a.m. to  3 p.m. at the Clarksville Community Church, on the Delaware Turnpike in Clarksville.

This is a Clarksville Historical Society fundraiser. Admission is free.

In previous years, Indian Ladder Farms has shipped around 300 bushels, or 1,200 pounds, of apples to local schools. This year, the amount will increase seven or eight times over.

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