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SUPERINTENDENT KEVIN RICHARDS HINTS AT KENNETT GRADUATION PLANS

by Shannon May 7, 2020 Front Page News

This time of celebration for high school seniors has been anything but ordinary; but behind the scenes there’s a special committee working hard to make graduation more memorable for all Kennett High seniors.   Kevin Richards, Superintendent of Schools tells Mount Washington Radio Group’s Ron Frizzell: “The committee has formed up of parents, teachers, administration and […]

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SETTLERS GREEN IN NORTH CONWAY DEVELOPING A PLAN TO REOPEN MAY 11TH

by Shannon May 6, 2020 Front Page News

Retail operations have been given the green light to open on May 11th with guidelines in place such as wearing face masks, limiting the capacity inside of store, practicing social distancing and strict sanitation schedules.   Rob Barsamian, President of Settlers Green is working with partners to start opening on May 11th and be fully open […]

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AMC AND ITS REOPENING JULY 1ST

by Shannon May 5, 2020 Front Page News

  While the Appalachian Mountain Club has made the difficult decision to close their high huts hidden in the White Mountains, they hope to have their roadside lodges open by July first.  Chris Thayer, director of AMC’s Guided Outdoors says: “We’ll be navigating, you know, as we reopen our roadside lodges, Joe Dodge Lodge in […]

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The MWV Chamber of Commerce is Ready for the Reopening

by Gino Devaney May 5, 2020 Front Page News

Janice Crawford of the Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce called in to Roy this morning to discuss Governor Sununu’s Extension of the “Stay At Home Order” and the schedule for the reopening of New Hampshire’s economy. Janice said that the Chamber is ready and prepared to help out all members and non-members alike and […]

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GOVERNOR SUNUNU UPDATES THE STATE ABOUT AT HOME 2.0

by Shannon May 4, 2020 Front Page News

Today’s update from Governor Sununu and team included information regarding the distribution of 40 million dollars from the Federal Cares Act money.  It’s to be used for first responders, cleaning, social services, telework and childcare and how this takes some of the pressure off the state and towns. Questions about what it would take for […]

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STAY AT HOME 2.0 NEW HAMPSHIRE FLEXES FOR THE ECONOMY

by Shannon May 1, 2020 Front Page News

Despite the still active stay at home order, Governor Sununu announced today that there will be certain sectors of the state that will be allowed to service the communities in a larger capacity.  Sununu said that these businesses are not required to open but should they want to, there have been guidelines put together by […]

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