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No Injuries Following Weekend Avalanch

by Cooper April 1, 2014 News

    A U.S. Forest Service Snow Ranger says no one was hurt after an avalanche Saturday afternoon on Mount Washington. Frank Carus says a party of eight skiers on the southeast snowfields of the summit cone felt a big collapse around 1 p.m. and turned around to see a slope fail and then avalanche. […]

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Bird Feeders Attracted Bears

by Cooper March 28, 2014 News

  New Hampshire Fish and Game officials say as the spring days become warmer, bears will become active, and it’s time to take a number of steps – including putting bird feeders away – to prevent visits by bears. Spokesperson Jane Vachon urges members of the public urges homeowners to take action now and not […]

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Conway Area Humane Society Fundraiser A Hit

by Cooper March 28, 2014 News

  The executive director of the Conway Area Humane Society says last weekend’s major fundraiser raised more than $39,000 for the animals. Virginia Moore says the 11th annual Paddy O’Paws Benefit Brunch and Auction held Sunday at the Red Jacket Mountain View Resort in North Conway set a new fundraising record for the event, with […]

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Bobhouses Need To Be Removed From Lakes And Ponds

by Cooper March 25, 2014 News

    A New Hampshire Fish and Game Officer says the ice might still be quite nice in many places, but all bobhouses – or ice shanties – must be removed from it by the end of the day April 1, 2014. Lt. Heidi Murphy of the Law Enforcement Division says the law is designed […]

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Conway Meeting For Senior Housing

by Cooper March 25, 2014 News

    The town of Conway will hold a public meeting April 1, 2014 to discuss the process for developing 30 units of affordable housing for senior citizens. Conway Selectmen will hear public comment Tuesday starting just after 4 p.m. at the Conway Town Offices in Center Conway on a proposed application to New Hampshire’s […]

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