Day: June 19, 2013

The Independent Clause… June 19, 2013

It’s almost that time! Summer Vacation time is around the corner and I know I’m excited! For this year’s Summer Break for the Independent, we will NOT be publishing on JULY 10. So, NO PAPER JULY 10. We will be publishing July 3 and will be back in print July 17. And before you head out for your […]

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Public Safety Log… June 19, 2013

Excerpts from the Public Safety Logs. Please note, arrests are made based on probable cause but do not determine  guilt or innocence until proven in court. Monday June 10, 2013 6:59pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY A caller from Wheeler Road requested an ambulance for a young child who hit her head.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. An […]

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Calendar… June 19, 2013

I’m Not Finished Yet!  A Retrospective of 40 Years of Artwork. In celebrating her 80th birthday,  Stow Artist Judith Jaffe Halprin decided to organize the artwork she has created over the years. She will present  “I’m Not Finished Yet” an overview of 40 years of her artwork that can be seen at: Artspace Gallery, 63 […]

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NRHS Baseball Represents at States

By Ellen Oliver There are nine players on a baseball team, but during the Division 1 State Championship game on Saturday, Nashoba had trouble with just one member of the Bridgewater-Raynham squad, southpaw pitcher Mike Bruemmel. Bruemmel threw a no-hitter into the eighth inning, until Nashoba’s Jack Sarnoski hit into the gap in centerfield to […]

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Building Bridges Across Generations

By Nancy Arsenault The buzz in the room is louder than anything usually allowed in a classroom. Up and down activity from the seats is welcomed instead of discouraged. What else is different? While the setting is the Center Elementary School, many of these students are 60, 70 and 80 years of age. That’s just […]

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Committee Closes Its School Year

By Ann Needle During its final meeting of the school year Tuesday night, the Nashoba School Committee finished some year-end housekeeping, completing policy decisions and holding discussions that will impact future policy. After two postponements, the Committee worked through its promised discussion of community responses to the District Improvement Survey. The Survey was conducted this […]

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In This Week’s Print Edition… June 19, 2013

Where to Buy a Copy Subscribe for Home Delivery Group Found Trespassing at Reservoir Six Russian citizens and one Russian-born United States citizen were detained by Stow police last Tuesday after the group was reported by passersby to have been trespassing in the woods around White Pond Reservoir, which once served as the public water […]

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