Wendell Post

Wendell post (vol. 8:5) , February 1986–March 1986

Includes articles on the Selectboard responding to development problems, state moving forward on low profile Route 2 plan, state grant helps boost teacher salaries, Fire Department report, gas pumps idled, plea to dog owners, Selectmen Ted Lewis opposes Swift River School expansion, Avian Influenza alert, letters to the editor concerning dogs shot by hunters and dogs let loose, Temple Israel has a new Rabbi, Bob Weiner comments on coffeehouse theme, development problems as seen by Michael Idoine, the smallpox cemetery, Wendell's oldest families, Town Meeting report, Girl Scout cookie sale, dog laws, utility rights of way and snowmobilers, Wendell's dump custodian, King Sing restaurant review, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day lesson for first graders, and Selectmen's minutes.

Publisher:
Wendell Post
Place:
Wendell (Mass.)
Extent:
12 p.
Language:
English
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Genre:
Location:
Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries
MS 762
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Identifier:
mums762-v08-i05
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