Tonight’s the night and the countdown is on!!!!! We begin playing The Local Song of the Year Contest submissions live on air at 5:15!
We’re here in the studios getting ready and we’re super excited to hear all of you in your glory! We are so proud to be an outlet for your talent. Thanks again to our local artists and our sponsors Amoskeag Beverages LLC and Blue Moon Brewing Company!
Be sure to listen for our top 4 finalists!
Augusta, ME – This weekend is your chance to fish for free in Maine. On Saturday and Sunday anyone can fish for free without a license on any of Maine’s over 6,000 waterways. The only exception is for those who have had their license suspended or revoked. free fishing weekend is a great chance for people to try fishing for the first time or for more experienced anglers to teach a child the joys of the sport.
Due to varying weather conditions this winter, officials with the Maine Department of Inland fisheries and Wild life said that everyone should be cautious and check ice conditions before venturing out. Due to uneven temperatures and high winds, ice conditions are currently very unpredictable.
All rules and regulations, including bag and possession limits, apply this weekend. For a complete list of fishing regulations, including limits and sizes, visit mefishwildlife.com
The Mount Washington Valley’s
Favorite Big Mac
!The Original Big Mac!
After several weeks of voting the Mount Washington Valley has decided. Taking 73% of the votes the Original Big Mac won by a land slide. Coming in Second with 16% of the vote including the votes of Roy (The Skiing Dj) Prescott and New Director Christian Mower was the JR Mac. And in last place with 10% of the votes was the Grand Mac. If you haven’t already be sure to try one of the new variations of the Classic burger that has produced a million smiles, they are only available for a limited time.
Concord, NH (AP) – New Hampshire will not become the next so-called right to work state. House lawmakers have killed the union-targeting legislation after todays debate.
The outcome marks a defeat for newly elected Gov. Chris Sununu, who called right to work a top priority and had urged members of his party to get in line. Right to work legislation says non-union members can’t be forced to pay fees, even if they benefit from the union’s collective bargaining.
With a Republican in the corner office, national right to work advocates saw New Hampshire as a top target for passage. But a handful of legislators did not change their opposition Thursday, despite intense lobbying efforts from House leadership, the governor and the state Republican party.
The bill failed by a vote of 200 to 177.