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Icemen Start Second Season; Crusaders Seeded No. 1 in Division 3

Groton-Dunstable, winners of the Division 3A State Hockey Championship last year,  playing their first season in Division 3, finished 6-0-2, 15-1-4 overall, claimed the number 1 seed in the MIAA 2013 Boys Ice Hockey - Central Division 3 brackets. The Crusaders have a first round bye and will play in the Central Semi-Finals on March 6 against the winner of the Marlborough/Auburn quarter-final game.

OBITUARY: Marge (Primus) Rider, 67

Marge Caryl (Primus) Rider of Groton, 67, died Tuesday Feb. 19, 2013 after a long illness at her son's home in Nashua, NH surrounded by her loving family.

Born in St. Louis Park, MN, she was the oldest child of Hubert and Eleanor (Hagstrom) Primus. She grew up in St. Louis Park until the age of 13.

LETTER: "Mr. Loving should rest assured that his eyesight is not failing him" by Peter Cunningham

Dear Editor:

Mr. Loving should rest assured that his eyesight is not failing him (see Letters to the Editor, Feb.22 issue) and that there is, indeed, no provision in Groton's Charter that calls for Selectmen to adopt a policy to fund large capital projects within the levy limit and thereby avoid an override or debt exclusion vote.

LETTER: "Let the Education Process Begin, Immediately" by Rule Loving

Dear Editor,

Fire House contracts are awarded so it must be time to move on to planning for the next project to be presented to Town Meeting. It was stated that the plan was always to fund the Fire House under the levy limit, although I did not see any public commitment to this, and thus prevent all the voters from being allowed to vote on the project.

Local Wines, Specialty Beers, Paired Cheeses, Featured at New Bakery in Boynton Meadows

Selectmen voted to approve a beer and wine license for Shari and Dave Dean, owners of Bliss Bakery for their new establishment at the Boynton Meadow's complex. Hoping to open in the April timeframe, they plan to add to their well-known bakery goods, to include prepared meals for takeout, and sandwiches. In addition they plan to have a selection of cheeses to pair with wines from local vineyards, and specialty beer. Their establishment will have four seats.

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