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Vineyard scouts had what it takes in snowy Klondike Derby

Just before the turn of the last century, gold prospectors used dog sleds to travel the sub-zero reaches of Alaska.

Poets Corner

sail away on any ocean or disappear into the larger picture.

Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank Fund makes grant awards

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The Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank Charitable Fund, a donor-advised fund with the Permanent Endowment for Martha's Vineyard, announced that seven community groups and local nonprofit organizations had received $11,500 in 2011 winter grants.

Births

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Olivia C.

Academic Honors

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Emily Carter of Oak Bluffs received a Bachelor of Arts degree with Distinctive Scholastic Achievement in Chinese and Communicative Disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Madison on December 24, 2011.

Weddings/Engagements

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Brittany Devaney of Edgartown and Matthew Lawson of New Kent County, Virginia, have announced their engagement.

Looking forward: Martha’s Vineyard brokers talk change and politics

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Vineyard agents answer the question: Have any changes occurred locally or nationally that might affect the 2012 real estate market on the Island?

Tisbury

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Sorry.

Chilmark

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Oh my goodness, talk about a roller coaster ride.

Aquinnah

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Our first snowstorm of the winter brought such joy to the little ones of our town and such tragedy to the Hutchinson family.

Edgartown

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It snowed! Just when I had finally given up hope, I woke up last weekend to a winter wonderland.

Oak Bluffs

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The entire Island paid a loving tribute to the late Oak Bluffs Fire Chief Nelson W.

West Tisbury

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The Mill Pond has looked like the scene of a wildlife party lately.

Helen Mary Linton

Helen Mary Linton, 96, a long-time resident of Martha's Vineyard died peacefully on Wednesday, January 25, 2012, in Martha's Vineyard Hospital.

Vineyard icemen clinch spot in state tourney

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After a two-year absence, the Vineyard boys varsity hockey team punched their ticket back into the state tournament with a pair of wins this week.

Amanda L. Hutchinson

Amanda Louise Hutchinson, 50, of Aquinnah

Joyce Bernard

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Joyce Bernard, 79, formerly of Woodside Village, died at Falmouth Care Center on Monday, Jan.

What is chili exactly? Big Chili Contest competitors elaborate

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From beans to venison, contestants explain what goes in to their vats of chili for the annual contest, this coming Saturday, Jan. 28.

Noteworthy events

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Art at the Chilmark Bank, knitting at Bunch of Grapes, grants for artists, and stress reduction.