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Friday, February 13, 2009


Vet visits CCHS, reflects on era of Miss Saigon

This week, in preparation for Miss Saigon, the upcoming winter musical at CCHS, a veteran of the Vietnam War visited the high school to help the students understand the mindset of the American soldiers. ...more

Green Corner: Down in the dumps

As foreign and domestic demand for recyclable materials rose over the past few years, so did municipal revenues tied to recycling programs, resulting in a win-win for towns and the environment. With trash being converted to newfound “treasure,” recycling became easier for the environmentally conscious as towns expanded recycling capacity and improved their ...more

Biodiversity Corner: Common Raven Corvus corax

When we birded the Quabbin Reservation more regularly years ago, my wife D’Ann and I often saw and heard ravens. We had never seen a raven in Carlisle until December 29, 2002, the day of the annual Christmas Bird Count. On that day, D’Ann and Betty Valentine thought they saw a raven flying over Cross Street, and later I heard the hoarse “crr-ruk, crr-ruk, ...more

In the Carlisle seventh-grade play Into The Woods, Junior: Seventh grade brings classic fairy tale characters to life

Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday and Thursday evenings, Corey Auditorium was transformed into the deep woods of classic fairy tales by the talents of 82 seventh graders, performing as fairy tale characters, villagers and even trees, lighting and sound technicians and stage crew. Into the Woods, Jr. tells the tales of Cinderella, the Baker and his Wife, Rapunzel, ...more

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