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Mother Nature cooperates in time for ice harvest on Squam

HOLDERNESS — Mother Nature finally cooperated last week when ice on Squaw Cove froze to the required 12-inch thickness so the staff of Rockywold-Deephaven Camps in Holderness and their team of volunteers could harvest the blocks of ice needed for the ice boxes in their rustic summer cabins and cottages....more>

Conservation Commission hosts winter hike through Campton Bog

CAMPTON — The sun was bright and temperatures were unusually warm for the last day in January, but nothing was higher than the spirits and enthusiasm of the 35 people who joined the Campton Conservation Commission for a winter walk across Campton Bog to look for signs of wildlife in the area....more>

Bobcats fly to win in first home meet

PLYMOUTH — It took some work and a rescheduling, but the Plymouth ski jump hosted its first meet last week. The meet was originally scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 3, but with rainy weather in the forecast, the decision was made to move the meet up a day to Tuesday, Feb. 2....more>

Plymouth Elementary goes green!

Students partake in full day of awareness activities

PLYMOUTH — Going green has been a theme embraced by the Plymouth Elementary School community the past two years. In celebration of Earth Day and their commitment to environmental and ecological awareness, students engaged in a full-day of GO GREEN activities last Friday....more>
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