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Easton woman survives harrowing hike on Mt. Washington

SARGENT'S PURCHASE A woman survived almost 20 hours out on a very frigid Mt. Washington last Wednesday, Jan. 10. She started her trek in the early morning. After reaching the peak, the trail down was obscured with spiraling clouds of snow keeping forcing her off the trail in knee to chin deep snow drifts. After several hours surviving, Rescuers reached her the next morning and helped her down the mountain to safety. ...more>

High school to host film, discussion on digital wellness

LITTLETON—Thanks to digital devices and social media, today's youth are tuned in like never before: to politics, to popular culture, and to each other. They're uniquely well-informed—and extremely vulnerable to a slate of mental health and social problems that simply didn't exist a generation ago. Teachers, parents, and the kids themselves are all trying to find the balance between tuning in and switching off. ...more>

Lisbon comes alive in OT to pull out win over Lin-Wood

LISBON — There was nothing separating the Lisbon Lady Panthers and the Lin-Wood Lumberjacks through four quarters of play on Wednesday, Jan. 10, as the two teams battled to a 27-27 at the end of regulation but the Panthers would come alive in overtime, going on an 8-0 run to pull out a 35-27 victory. "The girls came alive in overtime and played aggressively to pull ahead," explained Lisbon coach Nikki Woods." Kaylie Locke had a nice game and continues to improve while Aiden Jesseman took charge on several occasions for us tonight. Kiara Burke also had a nice game tonight, especially defensively."...more>
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