April is National Child Abuse Awareness & Prevention Month, making it a good time to focus on what is being done to help abused and neglected children in New Hampshire.
Since 1989, CASA of NH has been training volunteers to speak up for abused and neglected children in NH’s court system. Diane Valladares is the Recruitment Director at CASA and she joined Roy on today’s Morning Show to talk about CASA‘s mission and about volunteering for CASA. Listen below!

For more information about CASA NH and how YOU can volunteer go to CASANH.ORG

Freedom – On Saturday, February 27th, at approximately 3:45 pm NH Fish and Game was notified of a single party snowmobile accident on Ossipee Lake in Freedom. On scene Conservation Officers along with the Freedom Fire Department found a single male who had been riding the shore line of Ossipee Lake.  On scene investigation revealed that the snowmobile had apparently struck a large snow covered rock resulting in the snowmobile and operator being ejected approximately 75 feet. The operator identified as Christopher Baddeley, 48 of Windham NH, suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries and was taken by ambulance to Huggins Hospital in Wolfeboro. Speed and riding conditions seem to be contributing factors. Riders are reminded to pay extra attention in unfamiliar areas and adjust speed accordingly.

SOURCE: NH Fish and Game Press Release



To Report a Cancellation or Delay contact our Office at 603-356-8870


Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021


Businesses & Organizations:


Gibson Center – CLOSED

Vaughan Food Pantry – CLOSED

MWV Adult Day Center – CLOSED

Tamworth Town Office – CLOSED

Conway Selectmen’s Meeting – CANCELLED

Maine State Offices – CLOSED

Conway Public Library – CLOSED

Jackson Public Library – CLOSED

North Conway Public Library – CLOSED

Jean Limmer Dance Center – CLOSED

Ossipee Concerned Citizens – CLOSED

Cook Memorial Library – CLOSED

North Fryeburg Community Chapel Food Pantry – Postponed until Tomorrow February 3rd from 4-5:30pm

Mountain Top Music Center – No In-Person Lessons

Conway Town Office – CLOSES @ 4PM

Eaton Town Clerk’s Office – CLOSED



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Pictures Courtesy of Special Olympics NH – At the 2020 Winter Games


Special Olympics New Hampshire is excited to bring you a brand new Penguin Plunge in 2021, aimed to offer everything you love about the Plunge, while encouraging you to participate safely wherever you are.  You’ll still be able to get cold and earn bragging rights, compete for prizes like best costume and top fundraiser, earn incentives for the funds that you raise…and support more than 3,000 Special Olympics New Hampshire athletes across the granite state! SONH’s Mark Ericson joined Roy Prescott on the WMWV Morning Show today and told us all about it. Listen and check out the details below!

Please register and fundraise, and Get Ready to Plunge!

Take the Plunge between February 3rd and February 7th!

You will receive a Plunge Pail that contains everything you need for your DIY Plunge: a party pack, snack pack, and any incentives that you’ve earned.  Once you receive your Plunge Pail, you are set to Plunge however you’d like…

Get creative, this is your year to do it your way!

Take video or photos of your Plunge, add them to your fundraising page and be sure to tag #SONHPlunge on social media.

Important Dates to Remember:

Friday, January 29th: All Plungers must meet the $350 fundraising minimum by this date.

Saturday, January 30th to Tuesday, February 2nd: Your plunge pail will be delivered to you.

Wednesday, February 3rd to Sunday, February 7th: PLUNGE!

For more details go to SONH.ORG

Pictures Courtesy of Special Olympics NH – At the 2020 Winter Games
Pictures Courtesy of Special Olympics NH – At the 2020 Winter Games

Santa Claus took some time out of his very busy schedule today and stopped by the WMWV Studio to visit with Roy on the Morning Show. Santa answered listener questions and even had some very special shout outs for some very good boys and girls from the Mount Washington Valley.

He also asked a favor of us here in the valley, to go out tonight at 6pm to our yards and ring a bell in order to help send “Christmas Cheer” to all. You can even send a clip of yourself “ringing in Christmas” on Santa’s Facebook Page. Listen to the interview for the details and click here for Santa’s Facebook.

Merry Christmas from WMWV!

Great Glen TrailsLisa McCoy called in to the studio yesterday to talk with Roy all about Nordic Meisters 2021 and how it’s a “GO!” for the season. She also mentioned snowshoeing and fat biking this upcoming year. Click below to listen to the interview and check out all the information below from GREATGLENTRAILS.COM



Tuesdays January 5th – March 9th, 2021
9:00 am – 5:30 pm
No Meisters on Feb 16th and Mar 2ndGreat Glen trails has a proven track record of offering community-based weekly series, which is perfectly suited for social distancing, COVID19 guidelines, all while racing.

Meisters consists of eight weeks of timed runs with participants’ (6) best age-graded times selected for series-end standings.  We have Nordic racing (classic and skate), snowshoe racing, and fatbike racing.
But if you aren’t into racing, and you just want to use the series as a motivator to get out on snow, you can join the untimed categories of each division.
You choose either the long course (~5k) or the short course (~3km), or race both in all divisions!
Timers are onsite starting at 9:00am until 5:30pm each Tuesday. Snowshoers start at 1:00pm and fatbikers can start at 3:00pm. All participants must leave the starting line by 5:30pm.Individuals may register for single day participation on-site only.


  • $50 Check or Cash deposit for Meister Bibs ~ you will be responsible for bringing your bib each week to race. Bring your deposit to bib pick-up on the first day you race. One-day racers will use paper bibs.
  • Masks required while inside Base Lodge
  • We will award prizes each week in lieu of a potluck party
  • Mandatory staggered start; at least 1 min apart
  • Do not congregate at the starting line
  • No online registration fees

  • (8) weeks of timed age-graded results, posted online weekly
  • FREE all day skiing every Tuesday
  • FREE use of rental gear every Tuesday for any new Nordic Meister! excluding snowshoes and fatbikes.
  • Eligibility for over $5,000 in weekly prizes (given for both performance and participation)
  • Friendly competition and camaraderie, while enjoying some of the most scenic Nordic ski terrain in New England
  • All Nordic Meisters welcome to Fatbike or Snowshoe race from 1:00-5:30pm!

Cost between $109 (adult non passholder) and $44 (junior passholder)

For more information go to GREATGLENTRAILS.COM