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Zeb’s Donates To Help Mount Washington Valley Babies

by Christian Mower on June 26, 2017

Shown here, Zeb’s manager Ray Boutin, Memorial Family Birthing Center Director Kris Dascoulias and Memorial’s Vice President of Community Relations & Development Kathy Bennett. Photo credit: Melody Nester

 

Conway, NH – A local business is helping to look out for the valleys tiniest residents. The Zeb’s Foundation donated $2,000 towards upgrading electronic baby monitors for the Family Birthing Center at Memorial Hospital.

For babies requiring extensive resuscitative measures at birth, the new baby monitors will allow clinicians to monitor their vital signs.

The new monitors will also allow the staff to send data for consultation electronically to specialists at other facilities, potentially avoiding the need to transfer these infants to other hospitals for more advanced treatment.

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Great Dane Rescued From Puppy Mill Has Surprise Litter

by Christian Mower on June 26, 2017

5-year-old Ellie gave birth to 3 puppies on June 23rd to the surprise of volunteers at the Conway Area Humane Society ~ Photo Courtesy of Facebook



Conway, NH – Nine of the seized Great Danes became twelve over the weekend. The Conway Area Humane Society posted on their Facebook page that one of the 84 Great Danes rescued from an alleged puppy mill in Wolfeboro unexpectedly gave birth to three puppies Friday.

5-year-old Ellie is one of the 9 dogs seized during the investigation leading up to the seizure of the 84 dogs.

Workers at the humane society noted that she was lactating when they brought her in but suspected it was due to a false pregnancy since she didn’t appear to be carrying puppies. Then Friday morning Ellie began showing signs of labor, and a little while later the rescued dogs went from 84 to 87.

The Humane society said that the happy family is currently in a foster home and expressed thanks for all the supplies and support from the community.

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93.5 FM Celebrates 50 Years On The Air!

by Christian Mower on June 23, 2017

Mount Washington Radios WMWV is celebrating 50 years being on the dial at 93.5fm. On June 22rd in 1967 at 2:08pm an official Telegram was received confirming that North Country Radio Inc. was granted the authority to broadcast at 93.5 megahertz under the call letter WBNC. In order to celebrate this momentous occasion Mount Washington Radio hosted an open house till 5pm today. The station invited the public to come celebrate, enjoy light refreshments, and share stories about WMWV live on air. Below you can listen to some of those stories.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Left Picture: Former 93.5 WMWV owner Skip Sherman sitting next to Morning Weather Show local weather oberserver Briggs Bunker

Right Picture: Former 93.5 WMWV owners Skip Sherman and Ron Frizzell along side current 93.5 WMWV owner Greg Frizzell.

Roy speaking with George Cleveland and Chris Lewey.

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Roy speaking with Tom Eastman from the Conway Daily Sun.

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Roy speaking with former 93.5fm Sports Talk Show Host John Carey

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Roy speaking with Kimball Packard

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Roy speaks with A.O. and Chet Lucy

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Woman Accidentally Drives Into Lake Winnipesaukee

by Christian Mower on June 23, 2017

 

Wolfeboro, NH – A woman accidentally launched her car into Lake Winnipesaukee. According to Wolfeboro Police the woman became lost Wednesday around 6:30 p.m. in Wolfeboro when she attempted to either back up or turn her car around.

As she went to press the brake, she accidentally stepped on the accelerator causing her car to go through bushes, someone’s fence and down a yard into the lake.

She rolled down the window before her car became fully submerged in water and climbed out.

Wolfeboro Fire and Rescue treated her on scene and removed the vehicle from the lake around 8:30 p.m.

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Health Officials Warn Of Syphilis Outbreak In NH

by Christian Mower June 23, 2017 Front Page News

  Concord, NH – New Hampshire state officials announced that the state is experiencing an outbreak of syphilis. According to state health officials the 42 cases reported in New Hampshire for 2017 is about double that of a typical year. That is an increase compared with the past 5 years, when an average of 20 […]

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by Christian Mower June 22, 2017 Front Page News

22-year-old Jacob Eldridge allegedly crashed his truck after driving while intoxicated ~ Photo Courtesy of Wolfeboro Police Wolfeboro, NH – An Ossipee man was arrested on drug charges after a car accident in Wolfeboro. According to Wolfeboro Police they were called to a single motor vehicle accident on Beach Pond Road at 11:43 am June […]

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