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Plans in the Works For Removal of Mill Pond Dam in Washburn

Plans in the Works For Removal of Mill Pond Dam in Washburn

| November 25, 2013

They’re calling it a “significant habitat restoration project” — plans are in the works between the town of Washburn and the Maine Department of Environmental Protection to remove the lower dam and the upper berm of the mill pond in town — which would open up almost 30 miles of drainage to Atlantic salmon and […]

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County Teams Compete in Soccer Championships

County Teams Compete in Soccer Championships

| November 11, 2013

High School soccer championships took place on Saturday in Bath and Hampden. Two county teams made the trip downstate representing Eastern Maine. Rene Cloukey has coverage from the Girls Class D State Championship game, while Jenna Callari has coverage from the Boys Class C State Championship game.

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Carsyn Koch Achieves Rare Feat

Carsyn Koch Achieves Rare Feat

| November 5, 2013

November 2nd will always be an unforgettable day for Washburn cross country runner Carsyn Koch. It’s when she became a four-time state champion in the sport, something only a handful of others have ever done. “I smile about it even thinking about it now,” said Koch. “I didn’t think I could do it and then […]

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Washburn Cross Country Team Has High Expectations

Washburn Cross Country Team Has High Expectations

| August 19, 2013

The Washburn girls cross country team has high expectations for the 2013 season. They’re looking to become back-to-back Class C State Champions. Coach Mike Waugh said, “We always cover fundamentals.. Making sure we get the right amount of mileage at the right time, stretching, injury prevention, all those things are key to winning another state […]

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Zippel Students Visit Wilder Home and Historical Museum in Washburn

Zippel Students Visit Wilder Home and Historical Museum in Washburn

| June 5, 2013

Some youngsters didn’t need a machine to go back in time today. They did so by way of a tour of a historical museum in Washburn. Shawn Cunningham reports on how they’re appreciating their modern lives today…by learning about farm life in the 1800’s.

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