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Oregon Argus, September 27, 1856
Our Mills.
The Island Mill and the new grist mill across the river are both covered and enclosed, and make quite an addition to the appearance of the City. 2,227 more words

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Boundaries

The Local Government Boundary Review have just published their final recommendations for Hampshire County Council.  I took part in the consultation process at the end of last year. 1,060 more words

Politics

'Mile a Minute' Weed Threatens Parts of Poconos

HAWLEY — Crews were out in Wayne County Tuesday trying to kill a fast-growing weed that, if left alone, can kill other vegetation.

The weed is called “Mile a Minute” weed because it can grow up to six inches a day. 319 more words

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All The Fun Of The Fayre

On Saturday 9th July hundreds flocked to the Blackwater & Hawley Fayre once again, under a cloudy but otherwise near perfect summer sky.

Both members of the Trust and Rangers from the Partnership manned the stall throughout the day so we could answer as many questions as possible about the valley.  91 more words

Conservation

Richard Hawley at The Royal Festival Hall

The Sheffield crooner Richard Hawley is at London’s Royal Festival Hall for Guy Garvey’s Meltdown Festival programme and he’s as witty and engaging as ever – bantering with the audience, dispensing deadpan bon mots about Grimsby and Kylie and dedicating songs to the murdered Labour MP, Jo Cox, and Fairport Convention’s Dave Swarbrick. 306 more words

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PA - State police seek missing Hawley teen | The Times-Tribune

HAWLEY — State police are looking for a borough teen who hasn’t been seen since 5 p.m. Wednesday, troopers at the Honesdale barracks said Saturday. 32 more words

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