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Mark Stewart Runs for President

by Tony January 1, 2020 Front Page News

Mark Stewart is running for President in New Hampshire and three other states. He realizes that his odds aren’t realistic in that race, but he sees the forum as a chance to promote his message and to perhaps launch a campaign for a state office. He says the biggest issue he’s running to raise awareness […]

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Together With Veterans Update

by Tony December 18, 2019 Front Page News

Last October Magic 104 spoke with former Army Captain Ray Gilmore, who was involved with a project called, “Together With Veterans.” The plan was to address Veteran Suicide by building social support networks within New Hampshire communities. If successful, methods developed in this program will be used in preventing suicide with other demographics. Gilmore says […]

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First Annual Fryeburg PD ‘Stuff-a-Cruiser’

by Tony December 12, 2019 Front Page News

Yesterday was the Fryeburg Police Department’s first annual ‘Stuff-a-Cruiser’ event. Officers teamed up with Molly Ockett Middle School’s PTA as well as local businesses and community volunteers to collect donated toys and clothes. Donated items will be given to less fortunate families this holiday season. Fryeburg’s Police Chief Joshua Potvin says it was an honor […]

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KHS Bomb Prank

by Tony December 10, 2019 Front Page News

In what authorities now believe to be a prank, Kennett High School took precautionary measures yesterday to handle an alleged bomb threat on the school. The Conway Daily Sun reports the threat was found on an unassigned computer and stated a plan to attack the school this Friday afternoon. Kennett High School officials told the […]

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9% Ski Lift Tax

by Tony December 6, 2019 Front Page News

The NH Legislature will be taking up debate of a bill that would impose a 9% tax on ski lift tickets next month. The proposed tax would go towards creating a scholarship program for New Hampshire students to attend in-state colleges and universities. Supporters of the bill say students are leaving the state to go […]

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Swift River Bridge Gets Festive Makeover from CED Conway

by Tony December 5, 2019 Front Page News

The town of Conway may have skipped an official tree lighting this year, but that doesn’t mean there’s any less Christmas spirit. If you happened to drive by the Swift River Bridge and enjoyed the Christmas lights that illuminate it, thank CED Conway. The business got permission from the town to decorate the bridge, which […]

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Mountain Meisters Information Night

by Tony December 4, 2019 Front Page News

It’s Mountain Meister Information Night at Cranmore. Kevin Hamlin says the night will highlight the details of the annual skiing series. “We’ll go over all the changes that we’re doing this year. More for the captains and then any newbies coming in. You know, learn about Mountain Meisters. And then we’re going to show a […]

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