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Journal Opinion Mar 13
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Journal Opinion Mar 6
Vermont town meetings are over and we have the results for you in this week's edition. Also, the Haverhill Selectboard has halted the beacon; an Orford town meeting preview; and news on BMU and TES annual meetings. Get yours today.
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Journal Opinion Feb 13
The JO is running late this morning due to the storm. It should be on the stands by late morning.
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Journal Opinion Feb 6
This week's JO is on newsstands now. The 15th anniversary of the disappearance of Maura Murray is coming up and we have an update on what's going on now. Also read about the deer crashing through a...
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Journal Opinion Jan 30
The JO will be making it to the newsstands on this snowy Wednesday. Read about the longtime selectman ready to step down; the frozen Connecticut River; the end of a longtime shopper's print edition and...
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Journal Opinion Jan 16
The JO is out with an update on the accused kidnapper, the Piermont lawsuit, the Haverhill town manager search and much, much more. Make sure you pick one up today and read all the Good Local News!
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Journal Opinion Dec 19
The Wednesday before Christmas and the JO is hitting the streets and the post office. Lots of "Good Local News" this week.
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Journal Opinion Dec 12
The special Haverhill School District meeting will be held on Saturday (12/15) at 10 a.m. after judge approved petition this morning, per superintendent's office.
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Journal Opinion Dec 5
The JO is hitting the newsstands this morning with stories on the fire in Warren that claimed a life; the hearing on the WHS bond vote; Act 46 challenge; and the Giving Fair. Also have your kids get those letters to Santa in.
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Journal Opinion Dec 4
We are hard at work putting this week's JO to bed. However, due to the National Day of Mourning tomorrow, the post offices will be closed. So delivery of this week's paper will most likely be a day later...
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Journal Opinion Nov 30
The National Guard armory in Bradford is open as a warming center. Close to 300 customers in Chelsea, Corinth, Topsham, and Washington remain without power after this week's storm.
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Journal Opinion Nov 30
The JO is accepting letters to Santa. See this week's issue for details.
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Journal Opinion Nov 28
The JO is out and about for this week. Read about exciting news on the Newbury Common; Bradford's new police chief; what's happening in Haverhill; Oxbow's revenue shortfall and lots more! Pick yours up today.
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Journal Opinion Nov 14
It's JO Day! Lots of stories on area happenings and election results as well. Get yours today!
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Journal Opinion Nov 7
Do you know why state police were searching the CT River in Wells River last week? Pick up this week's JO. Also read about the beacon light at the Dean Memorial Airport, the deadly crash in Groton, the...
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Journal Opinion Oct 31
Vergennes wins it 2-1 scoring the golden goal in the second half of OT. Oxbow knocked out.
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Journal Opinion Oct 31
We're going to overtime in Bradford. Oxbow 1 Vergennes 1
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Journal Opinion Oct 31
Vergennes ties it up with 11 mins left at Oxbow. 1-1
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Journal Opinion Oct 31
Oxbow girls soccer up 1-0 at half over Vergennes in D3 semifinals
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Journal Opinion Oct 30
Rivendell loses to Arlington 4-0 in D4 boys semis
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