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Dec 23, 2014
4:11 PM
The final hurrah

This is what NHTI’s visual arts students have been up to

It’s not everyday that we get to be part of a celebration, which is why we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to see what the students in NHTI’s visual arts program had decided to display for their capstone exhibits. And what we found hanging on the walls of the school library was a wide range of stuff from three NHTI artists. Bonnie Farren used ceramics to express her artistic side. Jessica Roberts is a photographer…

Dec 23, 2014
4:13 PM
Another one bytes the dust

All computer monitors go to heaven, at least in our office

We rely on computers for a lot in our line of work – typing articles, creating a newspaper layout, getting back rubs while we slave away at our desks. Sadly, though, the machines have a life span, and sometimes you have to say goodbye to a trusty member of the team. Sometimes those trusty team members remain in your line of sight on a daily basis, though, as was the case for Kim Galbraith…

Dec 23, 2014
3:51 PM
Happy 41st anniversary

Holiday basket program to benefit 2,500 families in Concord area

For seven hours, volunteers unfolded, taped and stacked boxes. Five thousand boxes, to be exact. And if you’ve never seen 5,000 boxes stacked almost to the ceiling of a warehouse, it was crystal clear to us that these people would be hard to beat in one of Jim Kinhan’s large cup stacking challenges. Just a few feet away, other volunteers combed through bins and pallets of donated…

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