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Conway voters to polls Tuesday

by Gair April 8, 2014 News

Town leaders hope for a large turnout of voters Tuesday as Conway residents complete the town meeting process. Polls are open from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. at the Conway Community Building, East Main St. in Center Conway. Conway’s Annual Report for 2013 – copies of which are available at the town offices, libraries and […]

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NH F&G warns about designated trails

by Gair April 7, 2014 News

A New Hampshire Fish and Game officer reminds snowmobile riders it’s illegal to ride off designated trails after a Concord man sustained serious injuries from a weekend crash in the North Country. Conservation Officer Adam Cheney says 34-year-old Joshua Carlson was riding his snow machine off trail late Saturday afternoon when he fell off and […]

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Jackson XC cited as best site

by Gair April 4, 2014 News

The exec. director of the Jackson Ski Touring Center says his center has been named to a short list of favorite skiing sites by Ski Trax Magazine. Thom Perkins says writer Marty Hall named his favorite domestic and international locations in the magazine’s February/March 2014 issue – and he writes “This is a small town […]

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NHSP Troop CDR catches robbery suspect

by Gair April 4, 2014 News

Police in Ossipee say the commanding officer of New Hampshire State Police Troop E in Tamworth was able to quickly find and arrest an armed robbery suspect late Thursday morning. Detective Sgt. Bob King says Lt. Kevin Duffy arrested 42-year-old Richard Schoonmaker of Effingham not far from O’Keefe’s discount store in West Ossipee. The arrest […]

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NH committee considers breastfeeding

by Gair April 3, 2014 News

Supporters of a bill that would strengthen protections for women to breastfeed in New Hampshire hope a New Hampshire Senate Committee will recommend more study of the proposed bill this summer. The Senate’s Health, Education and Human Services Committee heard about an hour of testimony Tuesday on House Bill 1571 – also referred to as […]

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CDS: Judge picked as principal

by Gair April 2, 2014 News

The Conway Daily Sun says a longtime Conway educator has been picked to be the next principal of Kennett Middle School. The Sun says SAU 9 Supt. Dr. Carl Nelson will recommend that Jocelyn Judge – who has worked in the Conway School District since 1995 – become the next principal when the Conway School […]

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