Voters can make their choices Tuesday

REGION — There are only a few contested races on the ballots in the local towns on Tuesday. In Alton, there are three contested races on the town ballot. In the race for a three-year seat on the Alton Board of Selectman, incumbent Marc DeCoff is facing a challenge from Phil Wittmann. In a three-way battle for a one-year seat as library trustee, Betty Jane Meulenbroek, Linda Caley and Janice Graham have all signed up. And for a three-year seat as water commissioner, Steve Miller, John Conboy and Tim MacDonald will all be on the ballot....more>

New Durham voters getting first town SB2 ballots

NEW DURHAM — For the first time, New Durham voters will have the chance to vote on the town warrant articles at the polls on Tuesday. With the adoption of the SB2 form of town government, changes were made at the deliberative session in February and now all voters casting ballots on Tuesday will get the chance to have their say....more>

Rally comes up short for Timber Wolf girls

SUTTON — In a battle of 16th and 17th seeds in the Division III tournament, one would expect a fairly even battle. And that's exactly what the Kearsarge and Prospect Mountain girls provided on Tuesday, Feb. 24, in Sutton for the first round of the Division III tournament. The Timber Wolves never led, but they were able to cut the Cougar lead to four late in the fourth quarter, but they were unable to complete the comeback, dropping a 62-50 decision....more>
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