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WilkGazette: This was my final day at the Hampshire Gazette. I want to thank you all for following as well as your readership.
CAROL LOLLIS Larry Cadorette fixes a barn window at his farm in Northampton off route 66. Purchase photo reprints »
KEVIN GUTTING Caleb Womack is escorted from the Hampshire County Courthouse Monday morning. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS Edwin Lynch at his home in Hatfield.
CAROL LOLLIS Sally Noble
CAROL LOLLIS I have lived in Westhampton for the last 18 years. It is my home, my community. Thursday a fire resulted in a total loss of the Parsons home, a red house I passed everyday on my way home. I watched as the Parsons tried to make sense of losing everything. As I was getting ready to leave I looked up and saw Ed watching as his house was torn down, the foam they used to put the fire out blowing as the house hit the ground. No one injured, thank goodness, but I could not let go of all the pictures lost, and then I realized when I passed that house I knew I was home. The big red barns, farm and other houses still stand but that beacon is gone and will so very missed.
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