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Welcome back, Cali

Posted January 10, 2018 at 9:51 pm

cvanloh@ncppub.com

A few days after Thanksgiving, residents of the Good Sam Home had a good reason to be thankful. Their companion Cali returned after being lost for five months. She had wandered off and ultimately turned up across town at Sharon Drew’s backyard.

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

    City proceeds with annexation

    tmerchant@ncppub.com

    WESTBROOK — The city council moved forward on a proposal to annex a strip of land on the east side of Westbrook. The land is located on Fir Avenue. Matt Jackels and David Schneider will be using the land for residential development projects. A motion was made to proceed with the process of annexation of the land, and passed unanimously by the council.

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    Local sheep lose their warm coats

    cvanloh@nccpub.com

    A cold, winter morning doesn’t seem to be the right kind of day to remove the wool from a flock of sheep, but that’s just what Roger Knudson, sheep farmer 3 miles east of Westbrook was doing in mid-December. It may seem like a cruel way to treat his flock, but he was helping the flock of pregnant ewes with their wellbeing, as well as

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    Calling all dancers

    Posted December 27, 2017 at 8:19 pm

    sarahm@ncppub.com

    Youngsters in Inwood and surrounding towns will have an exciting new extracurricular activity

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    School board holds the line on levy

    Posted December 27, 2017 at 8:14 pm

    tmerchant@ncppub.com

    WWG — Previously Superintendent Loy Woelber indicated, despite passing an increased levy referendum, they might not need to levy the full amount the

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