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Saratoga Race Track – by Sandy McBride

Article on page 3 of the August 3rd Express.

1816: A Year Without a Summer – by Linda Sanders

Is this going to be another year like 1816?I found this story in the file that Mrs. Earl Hayner wrote in 1969 and thought you might enjoy it. I just…

A Sports Legacy to Remember – by Sandy McBride

Time fades paint. It also fades memories. Mechanicville  has a proud history in sports, going way back before my time. Years ago, there were no state tournaments in sports, but there was…

Three Times One Hundred – by S. McBride

We’ve been blessed here in our hometown this summer to celebrate the 100th birthdays of two lovely ladies who were born here in Mechanicville in 1915, Mary LaVigna Canonica and…

The Three Bears and Traveling on Holidays – by S. McBride

When Tom and I gave up dairy farming with its 24/7 commitment 30 years ago and were at last able to travel, it didn’t take us long to make a…

Epiphany: The Rest of the Story – by H. Wessell

In the Irish half of this writer’s lineage, it’s often called “Little Christmas;” but it is much more than that. (Nor is it little.) The feast of the Epiphany, or…

Veterans Special Section – pages 16-19

October 6th edition of the Express did a special Tribute to our Veterans.

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