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Eagle skinny skiers glide to win at Great Glen

PINKHAM NOTCH — The Kennett Nordic ski teams cruised to victory in the opening race of the season on Dec. 16 at Great Glen Trails. Coach Steve Vosburgh's boys took the top three spots in the opening race, while the girls finished with three skiers in the top five to lead the teams to wins. Despite the cloudy conditions throughout the region, the sun was shining for most of the afternoon as the racers toed the starting line for the sprint race (just under 3K) and a mixed relay (under 1K per lap)....more>
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Ringing in the Christmas season in Wakefield Corner

WAKEFIELD — The First Congregational Church of Wakefield, United Church of Christ, and the Wakefield Heritage Commission co-hosted the second annual Christmas at Wakefield Corner Historic Walking Tour and holiday celebration last Saturday afternoon, Dec. 13....more>

Water and Sewer commissioners agree to lower town building rates

OSSIPEE — Selectmen announced at their Dec. 8 meeting that the water and sewer rates paid by the Town of Ossipee will soon be lowered. The town's Water and Sewer Department has been changing the town a commercial rate of $3,425 per quarter for water, and $4,098 for sewer services....more>

Commissioner objects to being held responsible for legal fees

OSSIPEE — In response to a question from Conway Daily Sun reporter Daymond Steer, Commissioners David Babson and David Sorensen on Dec. 10 clarified how much the county has been billed for legal services in a lawsuit filed over lack of access to commission minutes....more>
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Nordic Eagles infused with large numbers

NORTH CONWAY — In a nice change of pace, the Kennett Nordic ski team spent the first week-plus of practice out on the snow, only to see a return to dryland training after Mother Nature brought some rain to town in the middle of the week. "We practiced (outside) all last week and Monday," coach Steve Vosburgh said. "But now we have to go to dryland. "It's early, it's not a problem," the Eagle coach said. "But we seem to be in good shape for the first race."...more>
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