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Native daughter returns to rebuild piece of local history

Jessica Loden-Kirby and her husband, Ian, discuss their plans for rebuilding the historic former Highland House Bed & Breakfast, which was built in 1802.
Jessica Loden-Kirby and her husband, Ian, discuss their plans for rebuilding the historic former Highland House Bed & Breakfast, which was built in 1802.
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A Schoharie family is embarking on a post-flood rebuilding project to bring an historic home back — and they’ll be doing it the hard way. Jessica Loden-Kirby was born in Schoharie but was living in England when Tropical Storm Irene overtook her hometown. Though Jessica and her husband, Ian, can’t receive disaster benefits, they plan to restore the former Hyland House Bed & Breakfast on Main Street, a 212-year-old house, and turn it into their ...


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