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Columns are regular feature articles written by guest authors. These pieces are creative works that express the unique style and thoughts of the writer. Columns are not edited in the same manner as a news article and do not necessarily represent the opinion of The Greenville Pioneer.
By Kathie Williams
Kathie has been writing about the happenings of Greenville for more than 40 years.
By Dick Brooks
Dick puts a waggish spin on life’s everyday happenings.
The Beauty Buzz
By Payge Sharkey
Wonder if that new shampoo or lipstick is worth the money? Payge, a licensed cosmetologist and mom from Westerlo, reviews products and gives practical beauty tips.
Tracing Your Roots
By Sylvia Hasenkopf
This isn’t your high school history class! Sylvia, a Hudson Valley historian and author, digs into local history to find stories that make you say, “Wow, that happened here?”
The Busy Bear
By Gloria Bear
Looking for some positive inspiration? Gloria reminds everyone to take time and smell the roses.
By Russ Burton
Whether about hunting or fishing, Russ gives updates on legislation, local events and news from DEC.
By Bob Beyfuss
A famous name among area gardeners, Bob shares his knowledge on everything from trees and bushes to invasive species and vegetables.
Preston Hollow Highlights
By Dottie Como
From the happenings of the hilltowns to useful tips and tricks, Dottie offers something for everyone… especially if you enjoy wildlife.
By Bill Moore
There really is a lot happening in this historic hamlet, and Bill knows about it all.
Grandma Mackey’s Diary
By Adriane Mackey Sauer
Take a trip back in time with a day in the life of a 1940s Rensselaerville farm wife.
Founded in 2010, the Greenville Pioneer is an independent, bi-weekly publication covering the Town of Greenville and surrounding communities in Greene, Albany and Schoharie Counties.