Shelton Athletic Hall of Fame

Shelton Athletic Hall of Fame

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The Reporter, Sunbeam and Clipper newspaper staff takes many (sometimes hundreds) of photos each week of activities in and around our towns. We process and store them on our dotphoto archive site.

If you are interested in color prints, select “Photos” from the menu bar above. Search the archives by newspaper and date, and follow ordering instructions.

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