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King revived

I was looking at this site and discovered something forgotten: A draft of a blog post nearly 3 years old. I think I was holding off on completing it and posting it pending, I hoped, confirmation John COOK’s wife was indeed Barbara KING. 1,206 more words

Treetops

Dangerous offender designation sought for Windsor man with violent criminal record

In his comfy sweater and glasses, Maile Dujuan Williams looks like a mild-mannered man, perhaps a school teacher or a guy who volunteers at a neighbourhood church. 503 more words

Local News

World War 1 Forum Remembers Troops

Josh LaBellaNews Writer

Parked outside the John Lyman center was a World War I era American military ambulance. Inside, experts had come together to give talks on the war, Connecticut’s involvement and its fallout – 100 years since the U.S. 534 more words

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SUPER EXCITING NEWS: OUR CHARLES AND GEORGE KING RECEIVING THE GLOUCESTER HISTORICAL COMMISSION AWARD TOMORROW (SATURDAY) AT THE CAPE ANN MUSEUM!!!

George and Charles write,

Hi Everybody!

We are so, so happy to write about two special awards for the Albert Bacheler Gloucester Civil War coat. On April 13th, we received the YMCA MAYOR’S YOUTH EXEMPLARY AWARD from Mayor Romeo Theken at the 2nd Annual Community Awards. 506 more words

Gloucester

June 10, 1918

Mon 10   a very fine day the warmest yet   I mowed some lawn & hoed & raked some   I went down town after dinner & got my Bank book   it was Balanced   Mother & Sylvia pict a fine mess of strawberries   Geo King called at the front door before we were out of bed   he wanted to know about fence   I mowed grass for my cow Eve & morn   I set 4 big tomato plants in the barn garden   the girls got the mail after dinner   train late & now at 9,25 it has not come this eve   Isabel & Sylvia washd   I took our wash to Carrie   I filld rat holes with glass & cement & put much dirt filling around the barn & in rat holes   I have been poisoning rats & am in hopes I have our place free of the pests

1898-1923 Leaving The Farm Behind

CU Beats No. 10 Oregon 74-65, Ends Ducks' Streak At 17

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — An early barrage of 3-pointers caught No. 10 Oregon by surprise. What really rattled the Ducks was Colorado’s steady, stifling defense. 722 more words

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