Unified sports a hit at Prospect Mountain

Volleyball team beats Merrimack in home finale

ALTON — To say the foray into unified sports has been a success at Prospect Mountain High School might be an understatement. The team's first unified team took to the volleyball court this spring and plans are already in place to have a unified soccer team in the fall and a unified basketball team in the winter. "It's been amazing," said Prospect unified volleyball coach Kim Beidleman. "We've been so surprised by how well everyone has done and what everyone has gotten from this....more>

Taking care of your auto needs

Alton Auto and Alignment open in Village Centre

ALTON — Some familiar names in auto repair in Alton are together under the same roof in the new Village Centre, located in the former Fiddlehead Farms building on Main Street. Alton Auto and Alignment brought together Dave Turner of Dave's of Alton and Keith Daly of Daly Automotive and the new business has been accepting customers at the new location since Feb. 1....more>

Students present their research on WWII soldiers

WOLFEBORO — Memorial Day 2016 will have special significance for the 22 members of Prospect Mountain High School history teacher Mike Folan's World War II class as well as for the audience members at the Wright Museum on the evening of May 17, when the students presented the program "Dead But Not Forgotten: Memorializing New Hampshire Servicemen Buried in the American Cemetery in Margraten, Netherlands." As reported in the May 12 edition of The Baysider, as part of their coursework Folan's students had done extensive, and in some cases innovative, research on 28 of the 32 New Hampshire servicemen who are buried in the cemetery in this southeastern Netherlands town. Using the Individual Deceased Personnel Files (IDPFs) provided by the Department of the Army as a basis, the students then went on to investigate more information about the soldiers. In doing so, they became intimately aware of the lives of many of the fallen and came to really know them as people, not just as names on a casualty list....more>
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