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    February 13, 2020

    Woodstock plans marijuana vote June 9

    WOODSTOCK — Woodstock selectmen voted last week to place a marijuana opt-in article on the ballot for a June 9 referendum. Last month Sam Cote and Angela Bailey, who have been raising medical marijuana in recent years, asked for an article on the March town meeting warrant regarding opting in on adult use marijuana.  With […]

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    January 30, 2020

    Woodstock board talks marijuana, bridge, fire agreement

    WOODSTOCK — In a busy meeting last week, Woodstock selectmen agreed to consider a possible “opt in” proposal for the town for adult use marijuana businesses, earmarked money for engineering design of a new bridge or culvert to replace the old Bacon Bridge one, approved funds to purchase tracks for the Fire Department’s 6-wheeler, and […]

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    January 23, 2020

    Commercial solar project eyed for Woodstock

    The $10M proposal is planned for leased land off Cushman Road.

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    January 16, 2020

    Woodstock selectmen ponder bridge, crosswalk

    WOODSTOCK — Woodstock selectmen are mulling their options for replacing a posted culvert on the town’s Old County Road, a project that could cost between $150,000 and $200,000. Known as the Bacon Bridge, the 14-foot culvert has been in place since 1956, according to Town Manager Vern Maxfield.  It is rusting out on the bottom, […]

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    December 26, 2019

    Christmas on the Bethel Common

     

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    December 12, 2019

    Woodstock selectmen discuss roads, cemeteries

    WOODSTOCK — Road, cemetery and tree issues were among the topics addressed at the Dec. 3 Woodstock selectmen’s meeting, according to the unofficial minutes. Resident Bob McQueeney offered comments on a previously-discussed road issue – the lack of good shoulders on the Cushman and Perkins Valley roads, which had become evident during the rerouting of […]

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    December 12, 2019

    Bethel kicks off Christmas season

     

  • Published
    December 5, 2019

    More than a hiker, Bethel man walks with a purpose

    Bethel resident Kim Shannon plans to walk the Appalachian Trail while raising funds for childhood cancer awareness. All the money Shannon receives will go directly to Team Hailey Hugs, a nonprofit charitable organization that gives money to Maine families affected by childhood cancer.

  • Published
    December 5, 2019

    Turkey Tuesday still going strong

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    December 5, 2019

    A little throwback

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