Granite State News

Men's Breakfast Group learns about drones

WOLFEBORO — The Men's Breakfast group learned about drone photography from Russell Schundler during its gatherin of Thursday, July 14, at the Wolfeboro Inn. A Christmas gift offering from his four children got him started on a search for the right model for his needs as a novice, and by now, he's become quite adept ...more>

Concerns raised about Pleasant Valley Road bridge replacement

WOLFEBORO — Public Works Director Dave Ford met with selectmen on July 6 to review road projects and sewer issues. Though most of the discussion was positive, Selectman Linda Murray raised concerns about the proposed plan to replace the Pleasant Valley Road bridge over Heath Brook....more>

Brewster Head of School Craig Gemmell looks back at his first year

WOLFEBORO — With his first year as Brewster Academy's 12th Head of School behind him, Craig Gemmell took a break from his busy schedule last Friday, July 15, to reflect on how his experience thus far has met his expectations, what he did not expect and where he wants to go from here....more>

Granite Kids shine in 25th annual triathlon

Tessa Demain, Peyton Ralph lead the way

WOLFEBORO — Youngsters got their chance to shine on Saturday as the 25th annual Granite Kid Triathlon took to the water at Brewster Beach. The race consisted of swimming, biking and running portions, which varied depending on the age group. In the longer distances, the top overall times went to Tessa Demain of Wolfeboro, who finished in 13:28 to win the 10-11 age group for girls and Peyton Ralph of Boxford, Mass. in 13:53 to win the 12-13 age group for boys. The five and under age group did all of their work in the confines of the beach parking lot while the six and over age groups took their bikes and running shoes out on to the roads surrounding Brewster Beach. The swim portion varied in distance depending on the age group....more>
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