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In This Week’s Print Edition… February 19, 2014

Where to Buy a Copy Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Long on Winter, Short on Businesses Driving bans, snow days, and temperatures in the single digits have all combined to make this a very tough winter for small […]

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Weather Dissected

By Nancy Arsenault

Polar Vortex. Snow & Ice Account. Mesoscale Banding. Yes, those are all terms that should be familiar to readers by now – well, maybe not mesoscale banding.

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The Thai Chilli Chill-Out

By Ann Needle

These days, the couch may be keeping you down, whether you’re there after wiping out in your icy driveway, or glued to those stylin’ helmets modeled in the Olympic skeleton event (think “Mars Attacks!”). Even the thought of yanking a package of chicken from the grocery fridge can wear you out.

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Nashoba Primed for Tourney Time

By Rob Kean

This time last year, the Nashoba Regional High boys basketball team was a come-from-behind, feel-good story. Under the energized leadership of a young, first-year coach, the similarly young Chieftains had doubled their win total from the year before, and finished the regular season just two games out of first in the Midland League B. And though they’d also qualified for the MIAA State Tournament, no one would’ve faulted them for mere happiness to be there.

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The Independent Clause… February 19, 2014

Gee, there’s a snowstorm in progress as I type this on Tuesday. How new and completely different….than the last 352 snowstorms this winter. That may be a slight exaggeration; maybe there have only been 350. Whoever keeps singing “Let it Snow” – please stop. We don’t mean to add to the snow totals, but readers […]

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Public Safety Report… February 19, 2014

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 February 10, 2014 3:00am ASSIST CITIZEN A caller from Boxboro Road reported that a car was stuck in the snow in front of her home.  The Police responded […]

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Calendar… February 19, 2014

Randall Library Programs Teen Writing Club: Wednesday, February 19th at 5:00pm- Randall Library’s Teen Advisory Board runs the Teen Writing Club, and they meet once a month. Attendees will share writing, write with writing prompts, and discuss each other’s work and writing tips. Ed Mascari Duo featuring Rebecca Wellons, Tuesday, February 25th at 7:00pm- The […]

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