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Masked Men in Minot

by Christian Mower August 5, 2014 Front Page News

Maine State Police and Maine DEA were called to a home invasion and assault in Minot late last Saturday Night. According to Maine State Police a resident of Garfield Road in Minot reported someone being held hostage by three armed individuals. The owner of the home wasn’t presence but authorities located three victims, who had […]

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Saco Valley Fire Department 32nd Annual Chicken BBQ

by Christian Mower August 4, 2014 Front Page News

The Saco Valley Fire association is having its 32nd annual Chicken BBQ this Saturday the 9th. The event sponsors the Saco Valley Fire Association and runs from 1 to 6pm.  For the price of just $10 you get a 1/2 chicken cooked by Saco Valley’s own Fire and Rescue Crew and your choice of the […]

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First Unassisted Wheelchair Ascent of Mt. Washington

by Christian Mower August 4, 2014 Front Page News

The Mount Washington Auto Road added yet another note to its lengthy list of firsts. According to the Union Leader two Paralympian Skiers ascended the North East’s highest peak this past Sunday during this years Sunrise Ascent. This was the first ever unassisted wheelchair ascent of Mount Washington. Tyler Walker, a Franconia native and UNH […]

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Drowning in the Ammonoosuc River

by Christian Mower August 4, 2014 Front Page News

There was an unfortunate Drowning in the Ammonoosuc River Friday. 37-year-old William Glad of Rhode Island drowned while swimming in the Upper Falls portion of the Ammonoosuc River in Crawford’s Purchase off of Base Station Road.The NH State Police encourages the public to read and follow any posted information regarding water safety and to be […]

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Abigail Hernandez Kidnapping Case Update

by Christian Mower July 30, 2014 Front Page News

Very little was revealed at the news conference about the Abigail Hernandez Kidnapping case yesterday. What was clear though was that if it were not for the non-stop efforts of the community and authorities, the case could have had much different outcome. Authorities said at the conference how the 3 key elements that helped this […]

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Senators Put Forward VA Reform Bill

by Christian Mower July 30, 2014 Front Page News

Concord – NH Senators Jeanne Shaheen and Kelly Ayotte announced a new legislation yesterday that is intended to reform the Department of Veterans Affairs. The bill would allow veterans to receive care from a non-VA provider if a veteran lives more than 40 miles from a VA medical facility or if the VA cannot provide […]

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