Jeffrey Alan Lewis Jeffrey Alan Lewis, beloved father, son, brother, husband and friend, passed away in Warren, CT on October 28, 2020, at the age… Read the rest of the article on legacy.com READ MORE.
Attention 10, 11 & 12 grade Ag students: SAE is due Jan. 15 – this means that all parts of AET should be updated & a signed signature sheet must be turned in to your SAE supervisor. Get a signature sheet from any Ag teacher, the Ag office, or from the email sent to all READ MORE.
My fellow Americans, please stop wishing me a Happy New Year. I’m begging you. Do you want to jinx it already? Besides, let’s be realistic, shall we? How happy are any of us going to be this side of Warren Buffet? Read the rest of the article on ctmirror.org READ MORE.
The town of Warren will offer Christmas Island, a socially distant drive-thru holiday event Dec. 12 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. A snow date of Dec. 13 is planned. The event will consist of five stops, beginning at the church parking lot on Sackett Hill Road. A conductor from “The Polar Express” will greet motorists READ MORE.
It’s time for part two of our statewide contest, baking addition! All CT FFA members are welcome to join, all entries due November 28th! If you have any questions you can contact us through direct message or by email (email@example.com)! Good luck! Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
Happy December Connecticut FFA!! It’s time for part three of our state wide contest for winter decorations, DIY December! All CT FFA members are welcome to join in this crafty event, entries are due by Dec. 29th. If you have any questions you can email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
Excellent effort by Wamogo field hockey, taking undefeated Thomaston to overtime, losing 2-1 on a goal scored with 55 seconds left. This completed a successful 3 wins 1 loss week. Up next, the BL tournament. The team will be home on Wednesday with a 2:45 start against Shepaug. Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
WARREN, Mass. – The first big wintry storm of the season began dropping what forecasters say could be more than a foot of wet, heavy snow Saturday on parts of the Northeast, making travel treacherous and cutting off power to… Read the rest of the article on journalinquirer.com READ MORE.