Stories about Greenwood

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L. Hoy: An unbridgeable chasm

I skimmed through the letters to the editor (July 16) and marveled at the seamless and unbroken display of leftist sentiment and thought as letter followed letter. Without reference to any one particular letter or issue, what struck me about the collection was how absolutely foreign it all... 6

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Oxford County arrest log

The following arrests were logged at the Oxford County Jail: * Shana T. Dutterer, 19, of Greenwood, July 11, violation of bail condition, operating without a license and operating under the influence, Maine State Police. * Zachary R. Hatstat, 19, of Greenwood, July 11, failure ...

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Inman's photos, paintings on display at West Paris Library

The West Paris Library will hold an exhibition of selected photographs and paintings of Milton (Milt) Inman beginning July 13. This photograph is titled "Trailside Beauty."

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Olympic Trials: Pierce's bid falls just short

Anna Pierce’s bid to make the U.S. Olympic Team in the 1,500-meter run fell just short Sunday as the Greenwood native and Telstar High School graduate placed fifth in the finals of that discipline at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Eugene, Ore. Morgan Uceny won the race in 4 minutes,...

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Greenwood forced to come up with new plan for getting Internet to Highway Department

Greenwood selectmen have had to reboot their plan for extending Internet service to the town’s Highway Department garage. Town Manager Kim Sparks said such service is badly needed. In a grant application last year, she wrote: “Our Highway Department along with our Greenw...

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Swingin' Bears name officers, honor graduates

PARIS — The Swingin' Bears Square Dance Club graduated nine class members on May 9. Caller Ray Hilton will continue calling workshops of mainstream and plus each Wednesday through June 13 at the Oxford Hills Middle School on Pine Street. At the annual meeting of the club on May 10, o...

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Volunteers needed BRIDGTON — Loon Echo Land Trust needs volunteers to help with a National Trails Day effort to improve Bald Peak Trail on its Pleasant Mountain Preserve on Saturday, June 2. “National Trails day is a great time to get outside and celebra...

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Homecoming Sunday HARRISON — The United Parish - Congregational Church of Harrison and North Bridgton will celebrate Homecoming Sunday on June 3 with worship at 9:30 a.m. and a picnic afterward at Crystal Lake Park. Homecoming welcomes those who have been away...

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SAD 44 residents vote Tuesday

BETHEL — Residents of the five towns of SAD 44 will decide whether to adopt a $9.98 million budget when they attend a districtwide budget vote in the Helen C. Berry Auditorium of Telstar Middle-High School Tuesday, May 29.

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Local students inducted to nursing honor society at Saint Joseph's

STANDISH — The following students were inducted to the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing at Saint Joseph's College of Maine. The society honors undergraduate and graduate nursing students who demonstrate excellence in scholarship and nurse leaders exhibiting exceptional...