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Bridge meeting in Tamworth

by Gair April 22, 2014 News

The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting in Tamworth Tuesday night to discuss an upcoming project about the Route 113 bridge over the Bearcamp River in Tamworth. DOT spokesman Bill Boynton says the bridge is on the state’s “Red List,” meaning it requires inspection twice a year due to “known deficiencies, […]

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E. Conway street closed “indefinitely”

by Gair April 21, 2014 News

Conway’s emergency management director, Conway Fire Chief Steve Solomon, says River St. in East Conway is closed indefinitely after severe damage caused by last week’s flooding. Solomon says rain and snow melt caused the road to flood Wednesday morning and after the water receded Thursday morning, an initial assessment determined there was significant damage but […]

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Effingham Navy man wins culinary prize

by Gair April 11, 2014 News

A native of Effingham serving as a chef in the U.S. Navy is being recognized for his cooking talent. Culinary Specialist Seaman Jack Amico graduated from Kingswood Regional High School in Wolfeboro in 2012. Now he’s stationed aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower in Virginia. In March of 2014 he was officially […]

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Tuckerman Inferno Saturday

by Gair April 11, 2014 News

A valley area race Saturday will not only test the endurance of its competitors but also raise money for the non profit group that works to preserve and protect the unique alpine and sub-alpine eastern slopes of Mount Washington.t of a The Tuckerman Inferno race started in 2000 as the annual fundraiser for Friends of […]

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Conway voting reaction

by Gair April 10, 2014 News

SAU 9 Supt. Dr. Carl Nelson says he’s extremely pleased with the turnout and results of Tuesday’s voting in Conway, saying it shows residents get out to support education. All Conway School District articles passed, with the exception of the proposed tax cap. More than 1,400 voters turned out to vote on town and school […]

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Skier self-rescues near Mount Adams

by Gair April 9, 2014 News

A New Hampshire Fish and Game Officer says a 22-year-old Weare, New Hampshire man was able to rescue himself after he fell while trying to ski Monday afternoon in the back country near Mount Adams, northeast of Mount Washington. Sgt. Mark Ober says Patrick Luk was trying to ski the Great Gully Ravine around 4 […]

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