Updated 12:00 a.m., Sun September 20, 2020
PHOTO BY: Rebecca Williams

Sarah Wells, a local artist from Cabot, recently painted her first large outside mural titled “Holy Cow,” at 119 N. Adams St. The mural is part of the Cabot Foundation for Arts and Culture.

Cabot artist completes mural for foundation

Sarah Wells, an artist from Cabot, said that as a result of the pandemic and other obstacles this year, 2020 has felt “like a dumpster fire” for many people, or a year to forget. She said she hopes that by creating and painting a large-scale mural for the city, she “can bring a little cheer and joy back to this year.” Wells is putting the finishing touches on her first large outside mural on the building at 119 N. Adams St. The mural, ... READ MORE


New nonprofit provides lifetime hunting, fishing licenses

One of Brent Hutchins’ favorite sayings was “one more.” Whether he was out fishing, hunting or just spending time with his family or friends, he would say, “Just one more buck,” or “just one more fish,” or “just one more minute.”


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