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Durham voter turnout 'surprisingly good'

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With 4,953 voters on the rolls, 1,935 came out to vote today despite no "top of the ticket" names. Instead voters elected members of the Board of Finance, the Board of Assessment Appeals, the Planning and Zoning Commission (regular and alternate) and the Zoning Board of Appeals (regular and alternate). (These are unofficial results until certified by the town clerk.)

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With 4,953 voters on the rolls, 1,935 came out to vote today despite no "top of the ticket" names. Instead voters elected members of the Board of Finance, the Board of Assessment Appeals, the Planning and Zoning Commission (regular and alternate) and the Zoning Board of Appeals (regular and alternate). (These are unofficial results until certified by the town clerk.)

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Well-deserved accolades

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The Rev. David C. Strosahl, pastor of First Baptist Church of Southington, presents the annual Martin Luther King Jr. award to two middle school students who had been selected by their teachers and principal as best exemplifying the character of King and their commitment to helping others. Receiving the awards are Morgan Ouellette, of DePaolo Middle School, (in purple) and Katlin Klein, of Kennedy Middle School, (in white sweater.) Family members watch the presentation, which was made Jan. 18 at the 13th annual event presented by First Baptist to honor the civil rights leader.

Route 10 reopens after crash

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A woman driving on Route 10, known as East Street, in Plainville got a big surprise Wednesday afternoon when a section of an utility pole came crashing down on the hood of her car and then she drove over the pole.

"She was very lucky it didn't go through her windshield," said Sgt. Charles Smedick, head of the Plainville Police Traffic Division.

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A utility pole is suspended in mid-air after it was snapped from the ground when a waste material truck pulled down power lines at the intersection of East Street and Race Avenue Wednesday afternoon. This photo was taken by Matthew Broderick, a 10th-grader at Plainville High School, when he was walking home from school.

Ferndale Farm friends

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These horses, looking cozy in their full winter coats, live at Ferndale Farm on Robbins Road. Their body language seems to say they can't quite seem to decide if they're friends or not.
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Inauguration Day

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Ethan Bates, Dominic Pascarelli and Noah Chaffee at the inauguration ball held at Brewster School on Tuesday, Jan. 20.
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Relay For Life 2009 kicks off with laughter, tears, memories

It was a night set aside for motivation, laughter, tears, great food - and most importantly - fighting cancer. 

On Wednesday, Jan. 15, more than 80 members of Plainville and surrounding communities gathered at J. Timothy's Taverne to celebrate the kickoff for the 2009 Relay For Life of Plainville. 

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The tri-chairwomen of the 2008 Relay For Life of Plainville, left to right, Lynn Szach, Laurie Gonzalez and Becky Tyrrell, show off the All Star Relay banner earned in appreciation for the success of last year's event.
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