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The affection one has to a vehicle is often a love/hate relationship. Cruising around the back roads of town, it’s fun to crank the music and perform that one-person karaoke to the reflection in the mirror, then quickly pull it together when there’s an approaching motorist.

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Following a glorious summer our community is looking forward to a brilliant foliage season with plenty of activities. Coming up this weekend, on Saturday, Sept. 21, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. is the popular Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm’s harvest, an event for families with children of…

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A member of the League of Women Voters will be at the Fryeburg Public Library on Tuesday, Sept. 24, to help celebrate National Voter Registration Day. Stop by and register to vote from 2 to 6 p.m. You can register to vote now and vote in the Primary Elections this June if you are a U.S. citi…

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There will be a dine to donate this Wednesday, Sept. 18, on locals’ night at the Snowvillage Inn for the Eaton Community Circle. A nice percentage of the proceeds from dinner that night go directly to the Eaton Community Circle, a wonderful organization in Eaton. The money raised goes to the…

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The Aug. 28 selectmen’s meeting began with Advanced Lock Co.’s representative reporting to the selectmen on the alarm and lock systems at town hall, their costs and conditions. He plans to speak with Chief Solomon regarding the communication system.

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There will be a free introduction to Modern Western Square Dance on Wednesday, Sept. 11, for new students. All classes are held at the Tin Mountain Conservation Center at 1245 Bald Hill Road in Albany from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Dress is casual. Mainstream graduates are invited to support the new st…

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The dog days of summer have arrived. The songs of parents and kids anticipating the first day of school were drowned out by the monotone buzz of the relentless cicada that refuses to allow one to sleep much past sunrise. The changing of the calendar reminds me to glance at the list of projec…

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EATON — I just attended an open house at Little Field Farm down Route 153 in Eaton. We could have hamburgers or spicy sausage with peppers and onions, a pasta salad and some cheese hors d’oeuvres. Marylou and Peter Dow were cooking, aided by Sarah Davis and Jake Davis and Colton Dow. Everyth…