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Alleged Drunk Driver Damages Conway Sidewalk Snowblower

by Mower February 13, 2018 Front Page News

48-year-old Nathaniel Sullivan, of Conway, allegedly crashed his vehicle into the Conway Town sidewalk snowblower ~ Photo from the Conway Daily Sun   CONWAY, NH – The Conway Town sidewalk Snowblower was severely damaged in an alleged drunk driving accident last week. According to an email from Town Manager Tom Holmes on Thursday the town […]

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Tamworth Man Awarded By EPA

by Mower February 12, 2018 Front Page News

BOSTON – Peter LaBonte of Tamworth, N.H., was honored recently by the US Environmental Protection Agency for his work maintaining the North Conway, NH, Wastewater Treatment Facility. LaBonte chief operator of the facility, received a “2017 Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator of the Year Excellence Award” in recognition of the outstanding job he has done […]

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Hope On The Slopes Great Success Despite Less Than Great Weather

by Mower February 12, 2018 Front Page News

Top Fundraisers Ken Romano (right) and Richard Ayer (Left) with Kathy Metz of the American Cancer Society.   NORTH CONWAY – This weekend’s 41st annual American Cancer Society’s Hope on the Slopes Race to Beat Cancer raised almost $13,000 for cancer research and patient services. Volunteers participated in a fun-filled day on the slopes including […]

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Snowmobilers Barely Escape Injury In Weekend Accident

by Mower February 12, 2018 Front Page News

Two men escaped serious harm when their snowmobiles collided on Trail 20 in Pittsburg this weekend ~ Photo courtesy of C.O. Christopher J. Egan   PITTSBURG, NH – Two men were lucky to escape injuries after their snowmobiles collided on Trail 20 in the area of Murphy Dam in Pittsburg on Sunday morning. Just after […]

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Box Office Recap – 02/12/2018

by Gino February 12, 2018 Front Page News

’50 SHADES FREED’ WHIPS UP $38M OPENING – (02/12/2018) Universal is reporting a $38.6 million opener for BDSM romance Fifty Shades Freed, lower than the expected $40 million opener. Overseas, Fifty Shades raked in $100 million over the weekend. Altogether, that makes the trilogy worth $1.09 billion. Industry observers are expecting the E.J. James adaptation […]

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Former Olympic Snowboarder Visits The Valley

by Mower February 9, 2018 Front Page News

2002 U.S. Olympic Snowboarder Peter Thorndike visited King Pine earlier this week with his family. ~ Photo Courtesy of Thomas Prindle MADISON, NH — As the 2018 Winter Olympics get set to begin and attention focuses on top elite U.S. athletes competing among the best of the world, Peter Thorndike a member of the 2002 […]

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Future Of NH’s Medicaid Expansion Uncertain

by Mower February 9, 2018 Front Page News

  CONCORD, NH (AP) – The New Hampshire House has voted to send a bill that would reauthorize the state’s version of Medicaid expansion for further study, giving it an uncertain future. This bill would have reauthorized the New Hampshire Health Protection Program, the state’s program that provides health insurance coverage for over 50,000 low-income […]

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