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Articles

Getting to Know Kim Tolson, New Millis Public Library Director

“It’s great. I feel so welcomed,” says new Millis Public Library Director Kim Tolson. Most recently branch librarian at the Concord Free Public...

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Food, Fun and Fundraising, Round Two

Encompass Fitness will host the Second Annual Taste of Millis, that will take place on
Saturday, April 28, from 6:30-9 p.m. at 27 Milliston...

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Tri-County Turns 40!

Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School turns 40 this year. What better way to celebrate than with a fundraising gala for its new...

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Medway High to Hold Civics Day March 16th

This month, on March 16th, Medway High School students will have a chance to learn about civics, thanks to Aubree Rojee, social studies teacher...

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Sports

Not “Mohawks” or “Blackhawks,” Just “Hawks”

As the spring high school season gets underway, Millis will be venturing into new territory as the Mohawks will take to the lacrosse field for the first time. Millis will be joining forces with Tri-Valley League foe Bellingham as one team this upcoming spring.
“We’ve...

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Rebuilding, Millis Spikers Will Still Be Competitive

Jay Guinan has guided the Millis boys volleyball team into tournament action 10 times during his 12 years as the Mohawks’ coach. And, although he’s using the “rebuilding’’ word to describe his 2018 squad, the veteran coach still believes his forces can qualify for the Central...

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Grid Success at Millis Makes Nichols Coach Happy

Nichols College football coach Dale Olmsted, who played a key role in elevating Millis High’s grid program, was ecstatic when the Mohawks won their second straight Super Bowl crown last December.
After all, his two sons (Alex and Hayden) played against Hoosac Valley and...

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