Upper Cape News, April 19, 2007
Upper 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
- 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
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Headlines 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
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