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October 22, 1990 | LEE MAY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You can hear it miles before you see it--a giant hum that tumbles through the still mountain air. Then the hum becomes a roar, and, VROOOMMMM! there goes another 18-wheeler. For residents here, it is a constant reminder that utopia is no more. Danger and just plain frustration with the noise are driving townsfolk and their supporters to lobby to get the trucks off Highway 52, which cuts through town.
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October 22, 1990 | LEE MAY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You can hear it miles before you see it--a giant hum that tumbles through the still mountain air. Then the hum becomes a roar, and, VROOOMMMM! there goes another 18-wheeler. For residents here, it is a constant reminder that utopia is no more. Danger and just plain frustration with the noise are driving townsfolk and their supporters to lobby to get the trucks off Highway 52, which cuts through town.
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July 9, 1995 | SHARON KIRSCH, Kirsch is a Toronto-based free-lance writer. and
Like so many visitors to the historic utopian colony of Rugby, my husband and I began our experience with the turning of the brass doorbell at Newbury House. One hundred and fifteen years ago, in 1880, travelers and prospective colonists from Britain and the New World gathered in this demure wood guest house with its sloping French roof and resolutely American porch.
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