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Dry River Hiker Injury

by Tony on July 15, 2019

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A New York hiker suffered a head injury while hiking in the Dry River Wilderness this past Saturday. New Hampshire Fish and Game say 58-year-old Denise Blank was hiking the Dry River Trail when she slipped down an embankment and injured her head around 10:30am. Lacking cell reception, a member of her group hiked three and a half miles to make a call for help. Conservation Officers, Bartlett Fire Department, SOLO Wilderness Medicine, Lakes Region Search and Rescue, the Appalachian Mountain Club, Androscoggin Valley Search and Rescue and the US Forest Service all responded to the call. Denise was placed in a litter and carried back to the trailhead shortly before 7:00 in the evening. She was taken to Memorial Hospital by the Bartlett Jackson Ambulance. Authorities say Denise and her group were well prepared for the conditions.

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Independence Day Celebrations

by Tony July 2, 2019 Front Page News

Conway, NH The parade starts at Hillside Avenue at 1:30pm on July 4th and goes to the Kennett Middle School. Fryeburg, Maine The fireworks are on July 2nd at 9pm at the Field of Dreams. Fryeburg’s parade will be held on July 4th starting at the American Legion Post off Bradley Street at 10am. Bridgton, […]

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Valley Resident Speaks on Suicide at Regional VA Event

by Tony July 1, 2019 Front Page News

Former Army Captain and valley resident Ray Gilmore spoke on veteran suicide at VA New England’s recent conference to share resources. He previously sat down and had a conversation with Mt. Washington Radio News Director Tony Zore. He told Magic 104, “My best friend and roommate committed suicide. You know- Sapper qualified, ranger qualified, combat […]

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Latest Involving Randolph Accident: ICE Officials Get Involved

by Tony June 26, 2019 Front Page News

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency is taking steps to ensure a Ukrainian-born truck driver whose collision with motorcyclists in New Hampshire left seven dead remains in custody even if his criminal case were dismissed. Volodymyr Zhukovskyy is being held without bail. He pleaded not guilty Tuesday to negligent homicide in Friday’s crash. The […]

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Senator Shaheen Touts Funds to Fight Opioids

by Tony June 26, 2019 Front Page News

US Senator from New Hampshire Jeanne Shaheen is touting an increase in Federal funds to New Hampshire her office says she helped secure. New Hampshire and other hard-hit states by the opioid epidemic have received an increase in Federal funding to help combat the trend. Last year New Hampshire received $22.9 million from the Substance […]

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Randolph Accident: Truck Driver Arrested

by Tony June 24, 2019 Front Page News

The driver of the pick-up truck involved in a deadly motor vehicle accident has now been identified, arrested, and charged. The driver, identified as 23-year-old Volodymyr Zhukovskyy was arrested at his home in Springfield, Massachusetts at 8:00 this morning. Massachusetts State Police arrested Zhukovskyy on a Fugitive from Justice charge after an arrest warrant was […]

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One Percent for the Valley

by Tony June 18, 2019 Front Page News

A new non-profit is looking to harness the power of the free market for the environment. One Percent for the Valley is a non-profit organization by valley-local Jasmine Schmidt. It’s modeled after an international organization. Schmidt says, “Right now we’ve drafted out a loose budget for what we’re going to do with our funds after […]

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