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Deck the tree with Lincoln history

December 1, 2013

LINCOLN – It’s time to decorate for the holidays, and Dave Sale and Dick DiMassie, members of the Lincoln Citizens Celebration Committee, are hoping local residents will support historic preservation with the purchase of the latest town ornament put out by the committee.

This year the ornament is a depiction of the wooden covered bridge near the Manchester Farm Road entrance of Lincoln Woods State Park.
“We think it will bring back a lot of memories for people who have visited Lincoln Woods over the years,” Sale said.

For Cumberland football team, there are no 'Tuesday Night Lights' concerns this time around

December 1, 2013

Even on the phone, Chris Skurka came across as a happy camper. Call such “merriness” not in keeping with the spirit of the holiday season, but rather it is based solely on the fact that his Cumberland football outfit does not have to concern itself with a semifinal-round game on Tuesday night.

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