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July 26, 2017


Towns Dig Out Roads and Roofs

As Storm Nemo (or Charlotte or Snowpocalypse or Carlos or whatever you called the 30″ snowfall) covered the Northeast in a blanket of fluffy precipitation, thoughts turned from awe to wonder to dismay to despair.  Where was all that snow going to go?  The answer… Nowhere. And that is the problem that many if not

See Movies for Cheaper?

See Movies Cheaper Movie tickets can be pretty expensive for the average teen just trying to have fun. In the Beacon falls/ Prospect area the most popular movie theaters are the Waterbury mall, the Seymour cinemas and in Southington. The movie tickets at the Seymour Cinemas are usually ten dollars, which is really expensive if

An Inside look at a Most Dangerous Job

   When a senior at Woodland picks their senior project, they are encouraged to pick something that they are interested in and want to do.    When Dr. Frank announced that this year we would have the opportunity to do an internship, I jumped at it.    For my senior project this year I am

Girl’s Volleyball Senior Night

By Mary Sardinskas Seymour has always been Woodland volleyball’s biggest rival. This will probably never change, but this year Woodland gave them a run for their money. On Tuesday, October 5th, Woodland beat the previously undefeated Seymour, 3-0, an upset that got the Hawks pumped up about their season.    On senior night, Woodland was

Woodland Volleyball Has Success Against Seymour

The Woodland Volleyball team defeated the Seymour Wilcats on Tuesday, October 5th at Seymour. The game was highly touted as  the Wildcats are the defending Naugatuck Valley League Brass Divsion Champions, defeating Woodland to win the title last year. The Hawks beat the Wilcats in just three matches (3-0). The scores of the three matches were 25-21, 25-19, and

Woodland Volleyball Defeats Torrington

The Woodland Girls Volleyball team defeated Torrington on Friday, October 1st by a score of 3-0. Woodland won all three matches by scores of 25-18, 25-7, and 25-11, respectively. In the game against Torrington, Senior Captain Jess Patrizi recorded 3 kills, 24 assists, 5 aces, and 8 service points. Senior Heather Framski also had a

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