The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 30, 2008


Reflections on Memorial Day 2008

[Lt. Col. Jeffrey Stutz was the featured speaker at Carlisle’s Memorial Day observances at the Corey Auditorium on May 26. His speech appears below:] ...more

Heard around town: Has the increase in gas prices changed your lifestyle?

With gas prices pushing – and in some places reaching – the $4 mark, some people are rethinking their transportation choices. The Mosquito asked Carlisleans at Town Hall after the Town Election on May 13 whether they were experiencing any changes in their way of life. ...more

Memorial Day in Carlisle

On a brilliant May morning, Carlisle residents came out to share in the Memorial Day observance. ...more

The CCHS Chorus meet Mickey

I believe I speak for everyone when I say that the morning of May 1, 2008, was like no other morning. That was when 44 students from the CCHS Chorus and six chaperones departed for Disney World in Orlando, Florida, to do what we all enjoy – sing! ...more

Biodiversity Corner: Star flower

There are lots of wild flowers in bloom right now. I saw my first pink lady slipper of the season on May 16 in the Estabrook Woods and also a large clump of brightly colored red and yellow columbine. There are many patches of wood anemones in full bloom along the Otter Slide trail at the Cranberry Bog and the rue anemones are out in the Towle Woods. The violets ...more

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