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Dec 2017
Christopher Tremblay Staff Sports Writer
December.04.2017

On a late October Wednesday, the King Philip disc golf course, located in the back of the Middle School, held its grand opening ceremony. KPMS physical education teacher and Afterschool Programs Coordinator Steve Myette had the honor of...

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Dec 2017
Ken Hamwey, Staff Sports Writer
December.04.2017

The autumn season has been historic for King Philip Regional’s sports teams. It’s also been one for the record books.
Four squads — football, field hockey, girls soccer and volleyball — won Kelly-Rex Division championships, three were...

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Dec 2017
Ken Hamwey Staff Sports Writer
December.04.2017

Based on three reliable assets in her background, Amy Siggens should be a dynamic coach for the King Philip girls basketball program.
Hired in September to replace Marty Crowley as the Warriors’ varsity coach, the 41-year-old Siggens played...

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Dec 2017
Grace Allen
December.04.2017

A new outreach initiative in Norfolk is providing a free meal for those in need. Wednesday’s Supper, which started last month, welcomes residents to stop by, enjoy a hot meal, and connect with others in town.
The meals take place the first...

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Dec 2017
Grace Allen
December.04.2017

The gravel parking lot in downtown Wrentham will soon look a little nicer, thanks to Boy Scout Luke Davies. A member of Troop 111, Davies planted eight maple trees around the lot for his Eagle Scout project.
On Saturday, October 14, Davies...

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Dec 2017
Grace Allen
Strategic Planning Survey Seeks Input from Community
December.04.2017

The King Philip Regional School Committee has hired an outside firm as it prepares to search for a new superintendent of schools. The district hopes to have a new leader in place by next summer.
The Massachusetts Associa-tion of School...

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Dec 2017
Grace Allen
Community Sing-A-Long Set for December 16th
December.04.2017

In Basking Ridge, New Jersey, a magical event takes place every Christmas Eve. At 7:30 p.m., church bells ring and residents flock into town and gather on the green. And then, as they have for almost a century, the community sings Christmas...

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Nov 2017
Grace Allen
October.30.2017

On Friday, October 13, KP High School turned pink. Organized by KP Cares, a community service group at the school, the event—dubbed Paint the School Pink--was held to help raise awareness about breast cancer.
According to Cheryl Rowe, the...

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Nov 2017
Girl Scout Troop 789 Earns Bronze Award
October.30.2017

Building community and sharing their love of reading inspired the girls of Troop 789 to create Wrentham’s first Little Free Library, a local book exchange where everyone is invited to take a book and leave a book. The girls and their leader,...

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Nov 2017
Ken Hamwey Staff Sports Writer
October.30.2017

The King Philip field hockey team is preparing for its third straight tourney appearance and Christina Hathaway is upbeat about the Warriors prospects.
The senior center back, who has been a captain the last two seasons, a Hockomock League...

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