How Marion Charmed Military Into Helping Clean Up The Nashua Thu, 11/07/2019 - 4:25pm Heraldgroton Back then the Nashua River ran a different color every day from upstream paper mills. The sulphur smell reached a mile away. You could drop a stone from the bridge and it wouldn’t sink through the cellulose sludge. Full text available to online subscribers only. If you are a current online subscriber, please click here to login. If you are not a current online subscriber, please click here to view our subscription options. If you are and online subscriber whose subscription has recently lapsed and you are having an problems accessing premium content, please resubscribe for free here: http://grotonherald.com/online-subscriptions. Thank you.