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BERLIN — Georgia-Pacific Consumer Products has agreed to cover the estimated $5.1 million cost of the cleanup and remediation work for the Chlor-Alkali Superfund site on the former Burgess mill property. The pulp and paper company will also reimburse the federal Environmental Protection Agen…

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BERLIN — A program is available to help homeowners who need help paying the mortgage or saving their home from foreclosure, a legal services attorney told Berlin City Council during its work session Tuesday.

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CONWAY — “For a little while, Mother Nature held the upper hand, but we’re jumping now, so maybe we outsmarted her.” So said Kennett High ski jumping coach Chip Henry last Thursday as natural snow fell on the area.

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BRETTON WOOD – A reader who wished to remain anonymous sent the Sun photos of light pillars over the Cog Railway.

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BERLIN — Preparations are underway for the two-day winter carnival at the Nansen Ski Jump next weekend. Both events will take place at the site of the Big Nansen Ski Jump at 83 Milan Road (Route 16) in Milan.

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• 1937: Nansen Ski Jump (NSJ) built by Nansen Ski Club, the city of Berlin, as part of a National Youth Administration program (NYA), part of FDR’s New Deal. The jump is the "World's Tallest."