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NH F&G: Put bird feeders away

by Gair March 28, 2014 News

New Hampshire Fish and Game officials say as the spring days become warmer, bears will become active, and it’s time to take a number of steps – including putting bird feeders away – to prevent visits by bears. Spokesperson Jane Vachon urges members of the public urges homeowners to take action now and not wait […]

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Tri County CAP needs drivers

by Gair March 27, 2014 News

The transportation director for the non-profit multi-service agency that provides transportation and other services to Carroll, Coos and Grafton Counties says volunteers are needed for the Long Distance Medical Transportation Program. Beverly Raymond of Tri County Community Action Program says drivers are needed who can use their personal vehicles to pick up passengers at their […]

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Longtime library director resigns

by Gair March 27, 2014 News

Friends and supporters of the Effingham Library are thinking of longtime library director Marilyn Swan, who has resigned for health reasons. Marilyn stepped down last week after nearly 10 years as director and library patron Henry Spencer praises her in the Conway Daily Sun’s Effingham Town Column, writing that since Marilyn has been director, the […]

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Maine woman dies in Harrison crash

by Gair March 27, 2014 News

The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office says a 28-year-old Maine woman died after crashing on Route 35 in Harrison Tuesday night. Lt. Thomas Williams says deputies and firefighters from Harrison and Bridgton responded to the scene at 510 Naples Rd. shortly after 6:30 a.m. Wednesday after a driver called authorities after seeing a 1999 Chevrolet S-10 […]

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Jackson filmmaker on Everest hike

by Gair March 26, 2014 News

A valley-based adventure filmmaker is in Nepal preparing to document the ascent of the world’s tallest mountain by a great-grandfather from California. Thom Pollard of Jackson runs Eyes Open Productions in North Conway. He left for Nepal this weekend to take part in a series of smaller acclimating climbs as he documents the attempt by […]

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King Pine Ski-a-thon a success

by Gair March 26, 2014 News

A spokesperson for King Pine Ski Area in East Madison (NH) says Friday afternoon’s “Cynthia’s Challenge” 24-hour Ski-a-thon fundraiser was a huge success – and checks are still coming in, bringing the total raised close to the goal of $35,000, money that will provide a service dog to allow an 11-year-old girl to live more […]

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