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CONCORD, NH – The Northern Pass has been denied for a second time. Yesterday the New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee denied an appeal by Eversource for the $1.6 billion transmission line project.

The committee originally rejected the proposal in February. During the meeting members agreed there was no reason to revisit the Northern Pass application.

WMUR-TV reported that after facing criticism saying that the deliberations were incomplete committee member  Chris Way said, Referring to the application,  “There really wasn’t much information..There seemed to be a lot of gaps.”

Northern Pass officials said they may take their case to the supreme court. Both Environmental groups and Northern Pass officials say they like their chances at the Supreme Court.

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The Mount Washington Valley Arts association stopped by the WMWV Studios this evening to chat with News Director Christian Mower about their upcoming dine to donate at the Shannon Door Pub as well as their other events coming up this summer.


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CONWAY, NH – Police in the Mount Washington Valley will be carrying the Special Olympics Torch today.

120 law enforcement departments from around the state will be collectively carrying the Torch over 600 miles in the state over the next few weeks.

The Valley torch run will begin at 8:30 this morning (Thursday) at the intersection of Route 16 and Ridge Road in Jackson, it will then proceed south ending up at the Conway Village Fire Department.

Local law enforcement will be with several of their family members as they run with the torch in the southbound lane of Route 16 escorted by police cruisers.

The last quarter-mile from Echo Group to the Conway Fire station will be run by Special Olympians.

Conway Police Lt. Chris Mattei, who is leading the Jackson-Bartlett-Conway portion of the run, told the Conway Daily Sun that they don’t expect traffic will be impacted too much. Adding that he expects runners will be passing through North Conway at about 10:20 a.m.

Those wishing to watch can at various spots along the route outside Zeb’s General Store in North Conway, L.L. Bean North Conway; and Conway Market Place.

Law enforcement members in the Ossipee-Wolfeboro area ran their leg of the tour last Friday. The runs will conclude May 31.

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The state Supreme Court has reversed a ruling by regulators that denied New Hampshire’s largest utility its proposal to use money from electricity rates to help pay for a natural gas pipeline.

The Concord Monitor reports the court on Tuesday struck down a 2016 Public Utilities Commission decision that rejected Eversource’s request to use electric rates to pay for increasing capacity on the Algonquin pipeline. The case was sent back to the PUC.

Eversource spokesman Martin Murray said in light of the ruling, it will revisit the PUC’s decision to deny a power purchase agreement with Hydro Quebec for the Northern Pass project. He said that denial “was based on the same flawed legal analysis that the Supreme Court today overturned.”

Separately, the state Site Evaluation Committee, which rejected Northern Pass, is scheduled to discuss Eversource’s appeal Thursday.

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NH Fish And Game Officials Ask People To Leave Young Animals Alone

by Christian Mower May 23, 2018 Front Page News

  CONCORD, NH – Each spring, many New Hampshire residents see young wildlife by themselves and fear the worst, But wildlife experts warn you may be doing more harm than good. Fish and Game Officials said that unfortunately, well-intentioned, but misguided, individuals see young alone, assume they are abandoned, and take them in to “help” […]

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MWV Chamber Of Commerce Expo 18

by Christian Mower May 22, 2018 Front Page News

Mount Washington Radio Group Owner Greg Frizzell sits and chats with other business professionals in the Mount Washington Radio Lounge at Expo 17 ~ Photo Courtesy of Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce.   NORTH CONWAY, NH – The Mt Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce is poised to offer EXPO 18, with even more opportunities […]

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