Yearly Archives: 2012

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Teachers and administrators recently threw an "Un-Party" in honor of the longtime director of Student Support Services, who will retire on June 30.

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From a collection of handwritten letters, Bet Eddy, of Chilmark, has penned her first book at the age of 92.

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All this foofaraw put me in mind of when I dealt in poles and wires and views. Five poles did not get taken down; they were never put up.

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Joe, Jennifer, and their six-year-old daughter Briana will purchase the eighth Island house built by the Habitat for Humanity of Martha's Vineyard.

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Six hours of classroom study a week for eight months, plus over 50 hours of community service and an independent project — not the kind of schedule most teens would sign up for while balancing school and possibly part-time work.

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Never have I seen so much grown, so carefully, in spaces of approximately 50 by 50 feet.

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Veterinarians and medical doctors sometimes use similar terminology, but the meaning can be entirely different.

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Writers are writers, and they will find a way to express themselves against all odds.

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Michael and Sandy Lindheimer, with a 62.

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The American Nurses Association Board of Directors awarded Mary Jane Mongillo-Williams the 2012 Barbara Thoman Curtis Award on June 16.