Granite State News

Wright Museum recognized in U.S. Senate proclamation

WOLFEBORO — Last Wednesday, Oct. 15, representatives of Sens. Kelly Ayotte and Jeanne Shaheen presented a signed proclamation honoring the Wright Museum to Executive Director Michael Culver, President Anne Blodget and members of the Board of Directors....more>

Wolfeboro receives $7.5 million settlement check

WOLFEBORO — Selectmen Chair Linda Murray began the board's Oct. 15 meeting with the announcement that the town had received a check for $7.5 million, the full amount of the settlement made with Wright Pierce Engineers announced on Sept. 4....more>

Tuftonboro reviews and debates pay and compensation study

TUFTONBORO — The idea for a Pay and Classification study in Tuftonboro followed intense 2013 budget committee discussions rife with questions of comparison, equity and merit. The Board of Selectmen, at the urging of the committee, subsequently hired Thornton & Associates of Scarborough, Maine...more>

Knight boys run to win at home

Miller leads the charge for Kingswood cross country

WOLFEBORO — With all five scorers finishing in the top 10, the Kingswood cross country boys took home the win in their lone home meet of the year on Friday, Oct. 17. The Knight girls finished third overall behind Kennett and Plymouth. Coach Paul Harvey was quick to praise the grouping that led to the success of the team, behind junior Hunter Miller, who won the race. "The next four were right there together," Harvey said. "They do work hard for each other."...more>
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