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Industry woman hurt in single car crash(0)

November 30, 2015

FARMINGTON – A 22-year-old Industry woman was injured when her sedan went off the road and into a ditch Saturday morning. Farmington police Officer Ryan Rosie said Kasaundra Shurtleff was driving a 2000 Ford Contour sedan on her way to work when she apparently fell asleep at the wheel as she was heading down a […]

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Public hearing on Forster Mill is Tuesday night

WILTON – Having possession of the Forster Manufacturing Co. property on Depot Street and a Phase II environmental study in hand, the town hopes to apply for Environmental Protection Agency grants in December to bring the building down. A public hearing to discuss all of this has been scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 7 […]

Local wildlife biologist featured in podcast series

STRONG – The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife has expanded its horizons past the boundless woodlands of Maine and onto the world wide web. Robert Cordes is a wildlife biologist in the department. He spends his days collecting data, managing habitats and working on development projects, along with a million other things. “There’s no […]

Under November’s full moon

By Donovan Buck
Two nights before the full Beaver Moon.

November’s full moon is called the Beaver Moon, which may refer to Native Americans setting their beaver traps before the swamps froze and/or from an increase in beaver activity as they build their winter dams, according to the Farmers’ Almanac.

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