Monthly Archives: November 2021

Updates to the Weston Owl

The Owl is under construction. No, not this horned owl pictured above which is spectacularly cute–he’s under repairs after becoming entangled in a volleyball net. By the way, entanglement stuff happens all the time, if you have followed some of our Animal Control Officer’s projects which have included removing owls from soccer nets and fences. Before I get too sidelined

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Wes-TEN #27 Released—All About Gratitude

Weston’s beloved almost-the-news cable show has recently marked its two year anniversary by releasing a gratitude show just in time for Thanksgiving. Included in the show is a tribute to Weston resident Barbara Elmes, an overview of upcoming Women’s Community League events as well as Westonians telling their gratitudes. You can watch the show on your local cable channel or

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Wildcat Girls Finish Close Second in D3 MIAA XC State Championships

The Weston High School Girls Cross Country (XC) team finished their season a close runner-up in the Division III MIAA Cross Country State Championship in Wrentham. In fact, there could hardly be a closer finish in team scoring–Mt. Greylock ended up winning by one second. The Owl caught up with long-time cross country coach, John Monz, this morning: “It was

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Commissions and Committees This Week

It’s a short week for most of us with Thanksgiving now within reach. The Owl will be shutting down for the long weekend, not only to eat too much, but because the Owl’s upgrade to agenda/calendar will hopefully be installed during that time. No, I am not attempting it myself, but hired someone much more talented in tech than I.

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