Stories about Hebron

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Stanley Steamers on tour

Hebron Academy will host more than 25 original Stanley Steamer cars on Tuesday, Aug. 9, as they begin their annual weeklong tour of the White Mountains area. The parade will arrive at the Rte. 119 campus at 9:30 a.m. The event is free and open to the public. The cars will begin their tour at the ...

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PHOTO: Ready for 'redneck' fun

"We wanted to get here early because we thought it would get busy later," said Jen King, right, of Auburn as she set up a tent with Ray Dumais of Lewiston at the first annual Redneck Olympics on Friday morning in Hebron. The event kicks off at 9:30 a.m. today with opening ceremonies and a host of...

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Redneck Olympics promises action-packed weekend

HEBRON — The Redneck Olympics will start Saturday, Aug. 6, with the national anthem, of course. The weekend festival will raise money for veterans. And organizer Harold Brooks, a veteran himself, wants to show respect. But things get weird after that. At about 9:30 a.m., a man...

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Road Trip: Hebron — A special place to visit before or after the pigs-feet bobbing contest

If you haven't already given thought to the many attractions in Hebron, Maine, you know you soon will — what with the first Redneck Olympics, Pig Roast and Music Festival about ready to launch in this small town Aug. 5-7. The festival will pretty much keep you entertained, no doubt, ...

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Historical Society to hear about State Police

HEBRON — At its June 28 meeting the Hebron Historical Society hosted speaker Frank Perham of West Paris, who shared his mining experiences throughout Western Maine over the past 40 plus years. He described the interest he has had in mining all his life, having been raised, as he put it, in ...

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Hebron Academy holds 20th annual science fair

HEBRON — The Hebron Academy Middle School recently presented its 20th annual science fair. The 31 students in grades 6-8 researched a scientific topic of interest, wrote a report and presented their findings complemented by a tri-fold poster. Many students created a 3-D model to simulate ...

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Saunders gives ham radio history

At its May 24 meeting the Hebron Historical Society hosted guest speaker Bradley Saunders, who presented a program on radio amateurs, more commonly known as ham radio operators. Saunders provided a brief history of the ham radio, had many pieces of articles on display and gave attendees an intere...

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Hebron graduates 76

Grace Drown, left, of Leeds, photographs her daughter Polly Holman Drown, at right among relatives and holding up the Hebron Academy Cup that Polly was awarded on Saturday morning during a commencement ceremony in Hebron. Drown, who started as a sixth grader, was one of 76 seniors graduating from...

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Hebron alumnus to speak at academy's Cum Laude ceremony

HEBRON — Hebron Academy alumnus and Google executive Irakly George Arison will address the school community at the annual Cum Laude Society induction ceremony on Friday, May 6. Modeled after Phi Beta Kappa, the Cum Laude Society was founded in 1906 to recognize academic achievement i...

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Youth hockey: LAYHL headed to championship game

The Lewiston Area Youth Hockey midgets are one win away from a national title. Lewiston advanced to Sunday's Tier II final at the U18 nationals with two victories on Saturday, 9-1 over Nashville in the quarterfinals and 5-1 over Oklahoma in the semifinals. The team consists of playe...