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9th Annual Cupcake Battle!

by Tony on February 18, 2019

The 9th Annual Cupcake Battle was a huge success! The Annual benefit for Mt. Washington Valley Promotions sold out yesterday as hungry attendees tried an assortment of miniature cupcakes and determined which they liked best. There were eighteen total bakers competing in four separate categories: Spencer Kelly was best child baker. Hannah Thelemarck won best Teen Baker. Bette Muise took the award for best home baker, and Julie Tavares of Batter Up became a three time champion when she was awarded the win for the Professional baker category. Mt. Washington Valley Promotions Executive Director Lisa Dufault noted that it was the largest number of professional competitors in the event’s history. She says the event took in roughly $3,000, which is a little over $2,400 for the non-profit after the prize money is deducted. Event organizers are already looking forward to next year with the hopes that it will be as big.


Ms. Mount Washington Valley, MacKenzie Herlihy, presents the Teen Baker award to Hannah Thelemarck.


Mr. Mount Washington Valley, Nate Sawyer, presents the Best Child Baker prize to Spencer Kelly.


Bette Muise (left) won the Best Home Baker prize while competing against her cousin Lorraine Holt (right).


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Madison Murder

by Tony on February 18, 2019

Authorities say a juvenile has been arrested and charged with second degree murder in shocking events out of Madison, New Hampshire this weekend. Officers responded to a call at around 6:40 Saturday evening (2/16) to reportedly find Melissa Hatch dead. The victim suffered multiple stab wounds including deep wounds to the neck according to the autopsy’s Chief Medical Examiner, Dr. Jennie V. Duval. Ms. Hatch was 42. Since the suspect is a juvenile, Police cannot give additional information about the individual that has been arrested at this time. Attorney General Gordon MacDonald’s office says the investigation is active and ongoing. Anyone with information on the homicide is asked to call New Hampshire State Police Sgt. Marc Beaudoin at 603-223-8678.

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Cancellations & Delays

by Lucia on February 15, 2019




Cancellations and Delays for Friday, February 15th



Kennett High School Boys & Girls Basketball (Home & Away) is postponed until a later date.

Businesses & Organizations

Jeanne Limmer Dance has cancelled all afternoon classes.



To Report a Cancellation or Delay contact our Office at 603-356-8870

Cancellations and Delays are brought to you by:



Granite State Glass



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Rep. Pappas Criticizes Wayfair Decision

by Tony on February 15, 2019

US Representative Chris Pappas took to the floor of the House of Representatives to criticize the Wayfair Decision yesterday. The Supreme Court decision allows States to tax sales to people within their States, even if the business selling the product is located elsewhere. Representative Pappas cites his visit to the Mt. Washington Valley and specifically White Mountain Puzzlers and Lupine Pet in his criticism. Pappas says the decision threatens to shut down the internet sales of many New Hampshire businesses because they are unprepared to take on the sales tax burden of other States across the country.


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Drive Time Interview: GMCG’s 21st Annual Meeting

by Tony Zore February 14, 2019 Drive Time Interviews

Tony Zore sits down with Haley Parent and Blair Folts to discuss the 21st Annual GMCG meeting. The event will start at 4pm at Camp Cody in Freedom, NH on Saturday, March 2nd. The Keynote Speaker will be Ben Kilham. Click Here if audio fails. Click Here for more information or call (603) 539-1859. This […]

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Governor Sununu Proposes Budget

by Tony February 14, 2019 Front Page News

Governor Chris Sununu submitted his budget proposal to the legislature this morning. The New Hampshire Governor highlighted the budget had no new taxes of any kind and did not raise fees, commenting that government budgets should operate under the same fiscal constraints balancing revenues with expenditures as household budgets. Some highlights of the budget include: […]

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