Cape families caught in VA Tech chaos; Pulling out of the Commission; Golf on an upswing; Mirant for sale?

Upper Cape News, April 19, 2007

The Upper Cape Codder covers news in the towns of Sandwich and Bourne and is owned by Gateway Media.  The locally owned Enterprise covers the news in Falmouth, Sandwich, Bourne and Mashpee.

uccUpper Cape Codder Headlines:
Report recommends fixes for Bourne estuaries
- estuarine systems in better condition compared to others on Cape
College visit turns into close call with shooting
- Cataumet mother and daughter in building adjacent to scene of bloody rampage at VA Tech
Threat was test of security plans
- bomb threat at SHS tested security plans
Sandwich Hollows expects more green this season
sandgc- Thing at the Sandwich course are on an upswing
Pay to play is here to stay
- The price of school sports
Bourne budget will top $52 million
- up to voters to vote on budget in May
Will Bourne follow Yarmouth's lead?
- is it time to pull out of the Cape Cod Commission?
Park improvements would attract all ages
- efforts to make the Sandwich Adventure Playground more appealing to all ages

Read the rest of the Upper Cape Codder here.
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Enterprise-NewspapersHeadlines for the Enterprise:
Falmouth: Falmouth family caught in chaos at Virginia Tech
- returned to campus for a second visit during rampage
Region: MMS delays wind farm project
- MMS aims for a late summer release
Mashpee: Selectmen give EIDC major challenge: develop hotel conference center
- looking to put town land to good economic use
Bourne: Water district considers building wind turbine
- commissioners trying to determine if turbine would help save money
Sandwich: Power plant owners consider sale
- Mirant considers putting itself up for sale

Read the rest of the Enterprise Newspapers here

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