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Voters make their choices at the ballot boxes

Joshua Spaulding
REGION — As is traditionally the case in mid-term election years, turnout was low when voters went to the polls on Sept. 9 to choose the candidates who will represent the Democrats and the Republicans ...More

Hussey chosen for Siemens STEM Institute

ALTON — This year, Caitlin Hussey, a high school science teacher from Prospect Mountain High School in Alton, will enter her classroom with a deeper understanding of how to integrate real world ...More

T’Wolves battle, toppled by ‘Toppers

call imageJoshua Spaulding
ALTON — The first team the Prospect Mountain volleyball squad faced in its first season in Division II was traditional powerhouse Coe-Brown. New coach Shannon Cornelissen has approached every game ...More

2014 marks 70th Anniversary of the Bretton Woods Monetary Conference

call imageEdith Tucker
BRETTON WOODS — This summer marks the 70th Anniversary of the three-week-long Bretton Woods Monetary Conference that started on July 1, 1944, at the Mount Washington Hotel. The name of the small ...More

Congresswoman Annie Kuster discusses North Country tourism

call imageEdith Tucker
BRETTON WOODS — District 2 Congresswoman Annie Kuster, a Democrat of Hopkinton, hosted a roundtable discussion with a dozen experts on the state’s second largest industry that, she explained, ...More

Double your SNAP dollars program a hit at Berlin’s Farmers Market

Edith Tucker
BERLIN — "At least a few hundred markets across the country are taking advantage of programs like Wholesome Wave that double the value of food stamps at farmers’ markets, and that number will ...More

Nursing home asks for delay in Medicaid long-term care program

Larissa Mulkern
OSSIPEE — Nursing home officials have asked the Governor and state Legislators to delay implementation of Phase II of the long-term care portion Medicaid Managed Care program. In an update to the ...More

Wakefield speed limits to change in 2015

Thomas Beeler
WAKEFIELD — William Lambert, head of the Traffic Division of the N.H. Department of Transportation, met with the Wakefield Board of Selectmen on Sept. 10 to discuss speed limits and crosswalks on ...More

World Music Festival brings international talent and music workshops to Wakefield

call imageLarissa Mulkern
WAKEFIELD — The Wakefield Opera House hosted performances and workshops by musicians who have performed internationally last Saturday, Sept. 13, during the first-ever World Music Festival. The festival ...More

Congresswoman Annie Kuster discusses North Country tourism

call imageEdith Tucker
BRETTON WOODS — District 2 Congresswoman Annie Kuster, a Democrat of Hopkinton, hosted a roundtable discussion with a dozen experts on the state’s second largest industry that, she explained, ...More

WWII veteran honored at family reunion in Stratford

call imageSTRATFORD — On Saturday, Aug. 9, a Rogers Family Reunion was held at the Stratford Hollow Memorial Common, in Stratford. Joy Potter of Stark organized the event in honor of her uncle Bernard Rogers, ...More

2014 marks 70th Anniversary of the Bretton Woods Monetary Conference

call imageEdith Tucker
BRETTON WOODS — This summer marks the 70th Anniversary of the three-week-long Bretton Woods Monetary Conference that started on July 1, 1944, at the Mount Washington Hotel. The name of the small ...More

Mercer hits Gaudet for pair of TDs as Eagles open with win

call imageJeff Lajoie
FRANKLIN — Behind a scintillating debut from quarterback Carter Mercer and a stout defensive effort, the Gilford High School football team opened its 2014 campaign on the right foot Saturday afternoon. ...More

Old, new faces primed to lead gridiron Eagles

call imageJeff Lajoie
GILFORD — There's unfinished business at hand for the Gilford High School football team this fall. One year removed from a disappointing loss in the Division III North Conference championship game ...More

XC Eagles open season at Early Bird

call imageJeff Lajoie
GILFORD — Thanks to a plethora of freshmen competing in their first career high school races, the Gilford High School cross country team performed quite well in the annual Early Bird Invitational ...More

Wolfeboro Police leader Rondeau promoted to rank of Captain

call imageElissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — The Wolfeboro Police Department’s second in command, Lt. Dean Rondeau, was sworn to serve with the rank of Captain on Tuesday, Sept. 16, by Town Clerk Pat Waterman....More

Primary Election Final Results

Thomas Beeler
COUNTY — Secretary of State Bill Gardner has reported that statewide the turnout for the Sept. 9 primary was 19 percent of eligible voters, with 121,881 voting Republican and 43,556 voting Democratic. ...More

Seven area veterans to go on Honor Flight to Washington Sept. 20

call imageThomas Beeler
WOLFEBORO — Last Friday, Sept. 12, seven World War II veterans came to a special lunch at the Wright Museum to meet each other and learn more about the Honor Flight they will share on Saturday, ...More

Salmon Press to expand circulation of MountainEar Magazine

Salmon Press Media announces that it is expanding the coverage area of the monthly MountainEar Magazine to include towns in the North Country of New Hampshire....More

Lady Crusaders taking 2014 one game at a time

call imageJames Barrett
LITTLETON — After an eight-win season in 2013, the Littleton Crusaders girls’ soccer team had a roller coaster season to say the least. After graduating seven seniors, the 2014 season has ...More

Unproven Panthers look to make name

call imageJames Barrett
LISBON — With a very competitive 2013 soccer season, the Lisbon Panthers boys’ soccer team appeared to be on an upswing. The team finished with an 8-6-2 record that saw the team into a very ...More

Small town, big heart

call imageDarin Wipperman
LANDAFF — About 50 people attended the town’s Friday afternoon opening ceremony, which started Landaff’s weekend of celebration for 250 years as a town. The events marked another recent ...More

Wild comeback leads Panthers past Winnisquam

call imageJeff Lajoie
TILTON — It's hard to put too much stock in a win or a loss this early in the season. Having said that, the fight the Moultonborough Academy volleyball team showed last week will certainly pay dividends ...More

Defending North champion Lakers ready for more

call imageJeff Lajoie
Things came together nicely for the Inter-Lakes/Moultonborough football team last fall. Buoyed by a late season run, the Lakers, which finished 5-5 overall, found their way to the inaugural Division III ...More

Hungry Panthers eye title run

call imageJeff Lajoie
MOULTONBOROUGH — A heartbreaking loss in overtime last year was the only thing keeping the Moultonborough Academy boys' soccer team from a third consecutive trip to the Final Four. With nine returning ...More

Bobcats net girls battle past Kennett

call imageJoshua Spaulding
NORTH CONWAY — With the Bobcats coming off a win in their opening game and the Eagles coming off a loss, the Plymouth and Kennett volleyball teams met in North Conway on Monday, Sept. 8. Despite ...More

Meier, Carey lead Bobcats to opening win

call imageJoshua Spaulding
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth girls’ soccer coach Chris Inman was grateful for the few extra days of practice his team had after the originally scheduled first game of the season was moved. Kennett ...More

Babin earns medalist honors, Bobcats take third

call imageJoshua Spaulding
NORTH CONWAY — The most experienced golfer on the Plymouth golf team came through in a big way, but the Bobcats were edged in a tiebreaker in the opening match of the season Aug. 27 at North Conway ...More

Complete effort powers Raiders past Brady, 6-1

call imageJeff Lajoie
BELMONT — The schedule this season will certainly challenge the Belmont High School girls' soccer team. Entering this week's game with Bow, the Red Raiders had passed their tests with flying colors. ...More

Loaded Bears aim for return to postseason

call imageJeff Lajoie
TILTON — The signs are there for a successful season on Route 132. Despite losing some key pieces on the offensive line — including Shrine Game selection Dakota VanTassel, who became the second ...More

The new class

call imageJeff Lajoie
TILTON — It was a remarkable era for the Winnisquam Regional High School volleyball team. The senior class that graduated this past spring compiled an incredible 69-10 record in four years, winning ...More
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