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Cooking up a storm

call imageCathy Allyn
NEW DURHAM — Years ago, when Patrice Mitchell was looking for a summer job, a friend asked if she’d be interested in cooking for a summer camp. "I thought, how hard could it be?" Mitchell ...More

Making back to school a little easier

Joshua Spaulding
ALTON — Who doesn’t remember the days when going back to school was an exciting event? Many young kids looked forward to the start of school, as it meant new backpacks and new school supplies ...More

Huppe, Rogers lead the charge in Barnstead

call imageJoshua Spaulding
BARNSTEAD — The Barnstead Firefighters Association hosted its third annual 5K road race on Saturday. This year, the race proceeds went toward the Jacob Weber Scholarship Fund, named in honor of ...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

State Representatives for Carroll County District Five

Thomas Beeler
COUNTY — There will be three open positions for state representative in Carroll County District Five (Brookfield, Wakefield, Effingham and Ossipee) in the general election on Nov. 4, and two of ...More

Wotton Farm in Ossipee “just grew” on its owners

call imageElissa Paquette
OSSIPEEE — Kathy and Joel Wotton have lived in Ossipee at 30 Circuit Road since 2001. The farming life has always appealed to them, so naturally, what began with the desire to eat wholesome, chemical ...More

County Commission learns about residential treatment program for addicts

Larissa Mulkern
OSSIPEE — A representative from a proposed Christ-centered residential drug and alcohol regeneration ministry for men met recently with the Carroll County Commission. Mitchell Yeaton of the White ...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

Veteran Eagles ready for fresh start

call imageJeff Lajoie
GILFORD — After winning 13 games in the regular season last fall, the Gilford High School boys' soccer team seemed primed to make a big postseason run. The pedigree has always been there for the ...More

Timberman Triathlon draws thousands to Gilford

call imageErin Plummer
Athletes from across the globe gathered in Gilford for a weekend of physical challenges during the Timberman Triathlon....More

Gilford teen achieves Eagle Scout rank

call imageErin Plummer
LACONIA ⎯ After years of service and a year of complicated work, a young Gilford man has achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. On Aug. 11, Austin Schinlever was presented his Eagle badge at a Court ...More

Tuftonboro residents receive revaluation assessments

Elissa Paquette
TUFTONBORO — With Tuftonboro’s median ratio at 120 percent for tax year 2013, the Department of Revenue Administration recommended a revaluation of property. The revaluation is now complete ...More

Selectmen vote to put Stonehenge Road acceptance on 2015 ballot

Thomas Beeler
WOLFEBORO — Following a public hearing, selectmen voted unanimously to conditionally lay out Stonehenge Road as a town road at their Aug. 20 meeting. The approval is contingent upon owners of lots ...More

Tuftonboro library building committee recommends architect and site for new library

call imageElissa Paquette
The Tuftonboro Library Building Advisory Committee made two critical decisions last Monday evening, Aug. 25. It chose SMP Architecture of Concord to design a new library and agreed unanimously that it ...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

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

Loon cell tower receives conditional approval

Darin Wipperman
LINCOLN — After an intense debate that began in April, the planning board last Wednesday provided conditional approval to the proposed cell tower on Loon Mountain. A compromise on the tower’s ...More

Veteran Lakers primed for another strong season

call imageJeff Lajoie
MEREDITH — A lot has changed in four years. For the seniors on the Inter-Lakes High School girls' soccer team, watching the program grow over the course of their four years has been impressive. ...More

Study: Taylor property best site for possible gym

Erin Plummer
MOULTONBOROUGH ⎯ A part of the Adele Taylor property has been deemed the best site option for a possible gym facility near the schools. The results of a site study have proposed using a part of ...More

Town, library to work further on concerns

Erin Plummer
MEREDITH ⎯ The town and the library will continue to work out details of a memorandum of understanding after a recent meeting illustrated areas of conflict....More

Plymouth harriers starting with strong numbers

call imageJoshua Spaulding
PLYMOUTH — Good numbers will hopefully lead to good things. That is the hope of Plymouth cross country coaches Dave and Lorraine Robinson, who will be looking at a large number of boys and girls ...More

And so it begins

call imageJoshua Spaulding
PLYMOUTH — The fall sports season hadn’t "officially" started yet, but don’t tell that to the Plymouth Regional High School football coaches. Under the direction of new head coach Chris ...More

Kuehl, Reisert help NH to Shrine Bowl win

call imageJoshua Spaulding
HANOVER — Plymouth graduates Kyle Reisert and Jared Kuehl both played significant roles as New Hampshire rolled to a 42-6 win over Vermont in the annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, held Saturday, Aug. ...More

Breaking the cycle

call imageJeff Lajoie
BELMONT — That quarterfinal round struck again last year. For the third consecutive season, the Belmont High School girls' soccer team fell just one win shy of a trip to the Division III Final Four ...More

Veterans Home staffer takes the Ice Bucket Challenge

call imageDonna Rhodes
TILTON — The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has gone viral on social media this summer, so when Sean Clark, a stock clerk at New Hampshire Veterans’ Home, received the challenge, he decided to ramp ...More

Fundraising campaign underway to replace roof on Island Park bandstand

call imageDonna Rhodes
TILTON — As the Uncle Steve Band rocked Island Park on the Tilton/Northfield town line last Sunday night, the hundreds who enjoyed their bluesy rock tunes also showed their support for the free ...More
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