Stories about Hebron

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Annual foliage race winners are announced

WATERFORD — The 14th annual Foliage 5k and Fun Run was held Oct. 13 in Waterford Flats, with 37 kids doing the mile fun run and more than 150 participating in the 5K. As a special surprise this year, Arnie and Linda Elton of Whitehouse, Ohio, were taking part, fulfilling a bucket lis...

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Military notes

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — The following area residents graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. The airmen completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and b...

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The Hebron Historical Society can pay off its mortgage

HEBRON — The Hebron Historical Society, once close to dissolving not too long ago, found new interest and membership in 2006. The society struggled to find a suitable building until 2010, when they were presented the opportunity to purchase the home of a late society member, located ...

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Hebron recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Hebron Academy community members recently stood in the shape of a pink ribbon on campus to celebrate and show solidarity for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Additionally, students participated in Portland radio station Q97.9’s Cans for a Cure can and bottle drive, rallying the community to d...

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Hebron Academy welcomes new faculty

HEBRON — Hebron Academy Head of School John King welcomed the newest members of the school's faculty this year. With skills ranging from English language instruction to football to music, the newest contingent of Hebron faculty will invigorate and enhance the school’s core programs.

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Riverviews: No shortage of ghost tales in L-A area

It takes more than a spooky noise, a flicker of light, a hushed voice or a curtain moving in a chilly draft or air to make an authentic ghost story. It has to stand the test of time and scrutiny of numerous non-believers. Of course, the closer we get to Halloween, the more commonplace thes...

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Vote passes to review Gateway Park bid

LEWISTON — The Finance Committee suspended a rule in order to allow a lone bidder to pursue a contract for improvements to Simard-Payne Memorial Park, provided that they lower the cost. The bid, submitted by J. Pratt Construction of Hebron, was initially rejected by the Finance Commi...

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Program detailed history of female physicians

Next Historical Society meeting is Oct. 22 HEBRON — Researcher and author Annette Vance Dorey recently briefed the Hebron Historical Society on the history of early female physicians in Maine. Initially there was inherent resistance toward allowing women into ...

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LHS vying for safe-driving grant LEWISTON —As part of National Teen Driver Safety Week, Oct. 18-26, Lewiston High School has registered for “CelebrateMyDrive.” Community members are asked to make safe driving commitments. The 100 schools receiving the mos...

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Harvest ham supper Oct. 18 AUBURN — A harvest ham supper, including all homemade desserts, will be served from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, at American Legion Post 31, 426 Washington St. Cost is $7 for adults; $4 for children under 12. The public is welcome.