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FALSL VILLAGE — The vintage race car parade rolled through Lime Rock, Lakeville and Salisbury on a bright summer afternoon, Thursday, Aug. 30, fetching up in downtown Falls Village.

There were more than 100 cars in the parade, with an emphasis on Bugattis. Mitch Conroy, the parade organizer from Lime Rock Park, said it might be the biggest gathering of Bugattis ever in the Northeast, if not the world. More than 30 of the cars were Bugattis; more are expected to take part in the weekend-long Historic Festival event.

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What microscopes add: Evoking astonishment: teaching science

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Not so many years ago, as part of our writing program, I was advising PhD students at Columbia about essays for National Science Foundation (NSF) fellowships. These are generous fellowships, and hard to get, so the applications have to be carefully prepared. The NSF people had specific questions for applicants and one of them was, “What event, when you were young, helped to ignite your interest in science?” Five students remembered the baking powder plus vinegar-driven volcano in fourth grade.

Football Takedown

This week, HVRHS football coach Doug Richardson and Lakeville Journal Senior Reporter Patrick L. Sullivan share their predictions for the upcoming game between Carolina and New Orleans. 
Doug’s Pick

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Fitness as a way to live a better life

Alex Stamatiou rides motorcycles, sails boats and races cars. But what she is most passionate about is fitness.
A first-generation American of Greek descent, Stamatiou is originally from the Boston area. She came to northwest Connecticut to live closer to the racetrack at Lime Rock Park in Salisbury, where she was involved in the auto racing industry. In addition to being a driver and managing professional race teams, she owned her own race data and media company.  

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A rare but sad sight: salmon spawning in Salisbury

I got an email on Halloween inviting me not to a costume party but to behold the strange and rare sight of sockeye salmon trying to spawn in a tiny little brook that runs through Ed and Betty Tyburski’s property on East Twin Lake in Salisbury.
The Tyburskis have owned the house for more than 50 years and they’ve never seen anything like it.
The brook is seasonal. When it rains, it runs.
And it rained buckets a couple days earlier.

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Football Takedown

This week, HVRHS football coach Doug Richardson and Lakeville Journal Senior Reporter Patrick L. Sullivan share their predictions for the game on Sunday, Nov. 26, Green Bay at Pittsburgh. 
Doug’s Pick
It’s all about the quarterbacks — or lack thereof.
Without Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay is the Cleveland Browns of the NFL: simply awful. Last week’s thrashing by the Ravens has dropped them to less than .500 in the NFC North, and the chances of them climbing out of that hole are slim to none.

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Mummies the word at Turkey Olympics

Zyaja Huggan and Jill Diamond, above, sophomores at Housatonic Valley Regional High School, painstakingly encased classmate Madison McNealy in toilet paper during the Mummy Wrap competition during the Turkey Olympics on Friday, Nov. 17. The Class of 2018 won the overall competition. Teams from the four grades and the faculty competed in silly games such as the Mummy Wrap and the Human Knot.

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Eleven saves for Shpur

FALLS VILLAGE — The boys soccer team, ranked no. 19, traveled on Nov. 6 to face no. 14 East Windsor in the first round of the Class S State Tournament. Antonio Santiago-Nicolas scored on a pass from Lucas Calhoun during the first half. East Windsor tied it with a goal during the second half. The game remained tied after two 10-minute overtimes but ultimately ended in a loss after penalty kicks. Caleb Shpur had 11 saves during this post-season game.

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A special swim for Special Olympics team

LAKEVILLE — The Northwest Connecticut Special Olympics swim team made its annual visit to The Hotchkiss School in Lakeville on Sunday, Nov. 5, for the 23rd swim-a-thon fundraiser there. 
Hotchkiss teacher and swim coach Keith Moon organized the event, as he has done for more than two decades. 
“We had a record-setting day with 235 swimmers, which handily broke last year’s previous record of 217,” Moon said.

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Mountaineer Week in Review

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic varsity boys soccer team ended their regular season with a win on the road and a loss at home. The team traveled to Terryville on Oct. 31. Matthew Lopes scored on a penalty kick and Antonio Santiago-Nicolas scored from Juan Pablo Sanchez in the 2-0 win. 
The team faced Northwestern in a rescheduled game on Nov. 1. The team lost 1-0. They will face East Windsor in the first round of the Class S State Tournament on Nov. 6. 

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Robotics team is prepping for 2018 season

FALLS VILLAGE — The actual robotics season has not yet begun, but student members of the Who’sCTEKS from Housatonic Valley Regional High School have already hosted their first fundraiser of the year, on Thursday, Nov. 2, at Freund’s Farm Market and Bakery in East Canaan.

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