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January 19th Mountain Meisters Recap With Ray Gilmore

by Christian Mower on January 19, 2017

The 2017 Season of Mountain Meisters is up and running at Cranmore and Ray Gilmore visited with Roy on the Morning Show today to give you a FULL Recap of all things Meisters for Week #3!

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Cancellations & Delays For January 18

by Christian Mower on January 18, 2017

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SAU 49 (Wolfeboro, Ossipee) – 2 Hour Delay

SAU 69 – 2 Hour Delay


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Alpine Group Members Get Stuck On Jefferson Notch Road

by Christian Mower on January 16, 2017

Photo Courtesy of NH Fish & Game – Vehicle stuck on Jefferson Notch Road.

 

Jefferson, NH – A group of Alpine club members had to be rescued after driving onto Jefferson Notch Road this weekend. According to New Hampshire Fish and Game around 9:30 Sunday Morning members of the HANMI Alpline Club were attempting to find a trailhead closer to the presidential range in order to contact members of their group that were on the ridge. They attempted to drive their vehicle up Jefferson Notch Road, which is closed in the winter, and got stuck in a ditch.

A member of the group, 58-year-old Maie Choi of Monroe New York, called for help. Authorities say the original call stated that children as well as an adult driver occupied the vehicle. Because of that information two Conservation Officers responded to the scene by snowmobile. Choi stated that due to the poor reception she had to walk up and down the road to make the initial call for help but was very pleased when the assistance came.

Once the Officers arrived on the scene it was discovered that there were no children in the car but it was occupied by 4 adults. One of the adults needed to receive medication within the hour that was not in the car. Subsequently two of the subjects were transported back out to an awaiting New Hampshire State Trooper who gave them a courtesy ride back to their tent site in Gorham. The other two occupants stayed with the officers and the car.

After failed attempts to get the vehicle free the Officers called for a groomer from Twin Mountain Snowmobile Club. The groomer was able to pull the vehicle out of the ditch and back onto the frozen trail where the vehicle was driven back to the maintained road. The driver of the vehicle gave a donation to the club for the assistance of the groomer.

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Courtesy Photo of missing 16-year-old Felicia Gesimondo-Granger

!UPDATE! Felicia Gesimondo-Granger has been found. Bridgton Police posted on their facebook page early this morning that she was located. However no more information was provided.
Bridgton, M.E. – The Bridgton Police Department are looking for the publis help in locating a missing girl they say may be in danger. Authorities say 16-year-old Felicia Gesimondo-Granger was reported missing from her residence at 11 a.m. Wednesday. Police say they believe the teen is in danger and are concerned for her safety. They’re exhausting every single resource in locating her. Felicia is described by police as being 5-foot 1-inch tall and 150 pounds with brown eyes and brown-blonde hair. They say she was last wearing blue jeans and a gray hooded-coat with red stripes. Anyone with information concerning her whereabouts is encouraged to call Bridgton Police at 207-647-8814.

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Cancellations & Delays For January 11th

by Christian Mower January 11, 2017 Cancellations & Delays

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High Speed Snowmobile Chase And Accident Kept NH Fish And Game Busy Over The Weekend

by Christian Mower January 10, 2017 Front Page News

Lancaster, NH – Conservation Officers were busy in the North Country this weekend with the large amount of snowmobiles present on the trail system. With patrols out in Pittsburg and surrounding towns, many incidents were investigated including a high-speed pursuit and accident.   Late Saturday afternoon, Conservation Officer Sgt. Mark Ober and Conservation Officer Eric […]

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