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Marshall sworn in as chief of police

Posted December 13, 2018 at 5:45 pm

MARSHALL—The city of Marshall’s public safety department marked the start of a new chapter of leadership on Tuesday as Jim Marshall was sworn in as the city’s new director of public safety.

“I’m both excited and a little nervous,” Marshall said of taking on a new position and responsibilities. But it was OK to be nervous, he said, because it meant those responsibilities were important to him.

Please see this week’s edition of the Westbrook Sentinel Tribune for the full story.

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    Santa visits Westbrook and Dovray

    cvanloh@ncppub.com

    Santa and Mrs. Claus visited Westbrook at the Community Center Saturday a.m. , thanks to an invitation from the library and Women’s Club. A number of elves were on hand to direct activities for children. Most children were eager to sit on Santa’s lap, but an occasional younger child didn’t want to leave the security of Mommy or Daddy. Pictures tell the rest of the

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    Happy New Year!

    cvanloh@ncppub.com

    Yes, the New Year was celebrated at the WWG High School gym on Monday, November 19. Walnut Grove observed the special day on Saturday, November 17, and Tracy will celebrate the holiday at a later date. The Hmong culture doesn’t have a permanent date set aside for the celebrattion because the New Year’s festivity marks the end of harvest.

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    Opioids — A growing crisis

    Posted December 5, 2018 at 7:59 pm

    cvanloh@ncppub.com

    According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), approximately 100 farmers and ag workers suffer a lost-work-time injury

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    Against the grain

    Posted November 21, 2018 at 5:47 pm

    sarahm@ncppub.com

    What if someone told you that by changing your diet, you could alter a disease process and heal your body?

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