PMHS board approves history club trip

ALTON — The Prospect Mountain School Board met on Tuesday, April 8, and approved several items that came before the board. The board approved a graduation date of June 13 for the Class of 2014. The board approved a trip with the history club proposed by Mark Bingham to travel down to Virginia and visit the different historical battlefields in Fredericksburg and Richmond. Bingham said a total of 34 students would be going on the trip, and they would be camping for the trip....more>

Selectmen grilled about fire chief situation

NEW DURHAM — During the public input portion of the April 7 New Durham Board of Selectmen's meeting, the board was questioned regarding the recent filing of a petition against the town for failure to reappoint Peter Varney as fire chief. Resident Craig Polk from South Shore Road questioned the board extensively regarding the petition and the public's right to know about the petition....more>

Off and running

Prospect track gets off to a strong start

ALTON — The Prospect Mountain track team had a busy first week, with a pair of meets just a couple of days apart, but the Timber Wolves pushed through with some solid results. Both meets featured mostly running events, as the wet ground kept throwing and most jumping events grounded, though the high jump did go on at the Timber Wolves' home meet on Saturday, April 12....more>
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