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Effingham Navy Man Wins Award

by Cooper April 11, 2014 News

    A native of Effingham serving as a chef in the U.S. Navy is being recognized for his cooking talent. Culinary Specialist Seaman Jack Amico graduated from Kingswood Regional High School in Wolfeboro in 2012. *_ _* Now he’s stationed aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower in Virginia. In March of […]

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Skiing Accident On Mt. Adams

by Cooper April 9, 2014 News

  A New Hampshire Fish and Game Officer says a 22-year-old Weare, New Hampshire man was able to rescue himself after he fell while trying to ski Monday afternoon in the back country near Mount Adams, northeast of Mount Washington. Sgt. Mark Ober says Patrick Luk was trying to ski the Great Gully Ravine around […]

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Conway Voting Results

by Cooper April 9, 2014 News

    Conway voters have rejected proposed tax caps for town and school district budget planners, rejected giving money to the Blue Loon Bus Service – and for the first time in years, have approved giving town money to the municipal airport in Fryeburg, Maine. Unofficial results provided by the Conway Town Clerk indicate more […]

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Voting In Conway

by Cooper April 8, 2014 News

    Town leaders hope for a large turnout of voters Tuesday as Conway residents complete the town meeting process. Polls are open from 8 a.m.until p.m. at the Conway Community Building, East Main St. in Center Conway. Conway’s Annual Report for 2013 – copies of which are available at the town offices, libraries and […]

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Concord Man Injured in Snowmobile Accident

by Cooper April 7, 2014 News

    A New Hampshire Fish and Game officer reminds snowmobile riders it’s illegal to ride off designated trails after a Concord man sustained serious injuries from a weekend crash in the North Country. Conservation Officer Adam Cheney says 34-year-old Joshua Carlson was riding his snow machine off trail late Saturday afternoon when he fell […]

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