Stories about Hebron

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Face Time: 'Redneck Olympics' founder Harold Brooks bringing rodeo to Hebron

Harold Brooks makes a call during preparations for last year's Redneck Olympics. This year, he's changed the name of the event to the Redneck Blank to avoid a lawsuit.

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Hebron barn burns after lightning strikes

HEBRON — A large barn that doubled as a workshop on Patten Hill Road was hit by lightning Friday evening and destroyed by fire. Firefighters from Hebron, Buckfield, Auburn, Paris and Minot responded to the 4 p.m. call on the rural road just off Greenwood Mountain Road. PACE ambulance...

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Grant enables dance classes NORWAY — Variant Jazz Dance classes will be held with Debi Irons at Art Moves Dance Studio this summer as part of the PEP Grant Oxford Hills has received to improve health and fitness. Sign-ups for ages 11 to 19 will be held Saturda...

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Betty Ann Hazard

LEWISTON — Betty Ann Hazard, 77, of Hebron died Tuesday, June 5, at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center after a very long and courageous battle with breast cancer. Betty was born in Hebron, Nov. 13, 1934, the daughter of Guy and Alice Greenwood Collins. She attended school in He...

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Hebron grad makes a point with pink turban

HEBRON — Maxwell Asa Middleton walked with 63 fellow Hebron Academy classmates into the Athletic Center for commencement wearing a pink turban. Decorated with breast cancer ribbons, the turban had a twofold purpose. The unusual headgear hid the fact that the young Hebron man w... 1

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Hebron Academy graduates 64

Susan Bernier, left, of Yarmouth, and her mother Pauline Bernier of Greene, photograph Hebron Academy graduates as they head outside with their diplomas after Saturday's commencement ceremony inside the Athletic Center.

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Bean, ham supper NORWAY — A traditional Western Maine Bean and Ham Supper will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 1, at Second Congregational Church, UCC, 205 Main St. All are invited. Take out meals, as well as quarts and pints of beans will be available. ...

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Lolalee & The Country Bandits will play at jamboree

HEBRON — Lolalee & The Country Bandits will perform from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, June 1, at the Hebron Pines Campground & Maine Country Music Association annual jamboree.  The group, which has been together six years, plays traditional country, songs from the big band e...

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Hebron Historical Society to host antique clock authority

Hebron Historical Society's program on Tuesday, May 22, will feature antique clock expert Harry Hepburn III of Harrison. Hepburn has been a full-time antiques dealer since 1971 and has ...

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Hebron mathletes continue legacy of success

HEBRON – Hebron Academy Head of School John King has announced that the academy’s math team clinched its sixth straight Class D Maine State Championship. This is the sixth consecutive year that Hebron has taken the title of small school state champions. The team finished third overall...