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Local college athletes to watch this spring
03-01-2023 9:05 AM

Local athletes are beginning their spring collegiate sports seasons this week and finding some success on the field. The Keene State College baseball bullpen will feature a trio of local faces this spring, as the Owls have secured sophomore and...

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Be the Change: Liza Eager – How to help people who smoke or vape
06-30-2023 8:52 AM


Did you know that it takes only 10 seconds for the chemicals people inhale when smoking or vaping to change their brain chemistry?Nothing delivers a drug to your central nervous system as fast as inhaling does. Smoking tobacco freebases nicotine into...

Jarvis Coffin: Off the Highway – How’s your back?
06-15-2023 1:07 PM

Tip O’Neill, the legendary former Speaker of the House, regularly observed that all politics is local. So aptly enough, when shaking hands with constituents at home, he would always ask, “How’s your back?” calculating that half the world suffered from...

Music on Norway Pond Jr. Mints to honor Pete Seeger Sunday
06-06-2023 9:00 AM

Music on Norway Pond will hold “For Pete’s Sake,” an outdoor songfest led by the young singers of Jr. Mints honoring Pete Seeger on the Hancock Common Sunday, June 11, at 4:00 p.m.Seeger is known as a champion of American folk music, community and...

Bennington festival celebrates all things rhubarb
06-05-2023 3:15 PM


All weekend long, hundreds of community members gathered at Sawyer Park in Bennington for the annual Rhubarb Festival, a decade-long tradition celebrating all things rhubarb. This year’s event featured dozens of local food and craft vendors selling...

Jarvis Coffin: Off the Highway – Fiddleheads is back
06-01-2023 9:00 AM

Hancock’s Fiddleheads Café reopened Memorial Day weekend after a winter hiatus, during which time owner Sherry Williams continued her search for a buyer to fulfill her retirement goal, having worked might and main at the business for 18...

The Greenfield Beat: Jesseca Timmons – Mark your calendars
06-01-2023 9:00 AM

June 6 and 7 are NH Gives! The Friends of the Greenfield Meetinghouse and Greenfield Historical Society are both taking part in this statewide online fundraising event; please go to and search “Greenfield” to find their individual links....

ConVal teacher Eric Bowman is semifinalist for New Hampshire’s Teacher of the Year
05-31-2023 2:51 PM


After 25 years with the ConVal School District, social studies teacher Eric Bowman has been nominated for New Hampshire’s Teacher of the Year award.Bowman is a semifinalist in the annual New Hampshire Department of Education (NHDOE)...

Antrim Eclectic Book Club schedules meeting
05-30-2023 11:39 AM

Antrim Eclectic Book Club will meet Thursday, June 22, from 2:15 to 3:15 p.m., at the James A. Tuttle Library, 45 Main St. in Antrim.Participants will discuss Sherman Alexie’s “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.” Sixty illustrations...

James A. Tuttle Library in Antrim hosts first Missing Man Table
05-29-2023 1:58 PM


A new Memorial Day tradition has begun in Antrim to remember those who have fallen in the line of duty. On Friday, May 26 and Saturday, May 27, James A. Tuttle Library hosted its first Missing Man Table, a memorial meant to honor American military...

Hometown Heroes: Linda Quintanilha fights for accessibility, dignity
05-29-2023 7:56 AM


When Linda Quintanilha’s daughter Mary was diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum at age 2 after not hitting her milestones, she attended training from the University of New Hampshire’s New Hampshire Leadership Series, which provides information...

Driver injured in Antrim ATV crash
05-29-2023 7:39 AM

A Rhode Island man sustained a serious leg injury in an ATV rollover accident Saturday in Antrim.According to a statement from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, the crash occurred along a set of power lines adjacent to Mulhall Farm Road. It...

High school sports roundup: ConVal’s Elise Robbins wins state Division II pole vault championship
05-29-2023 7:07 AM

ConVal’s Elise Robbins won the Division II pole vault state championship at Oyster River High School in Durham on Friday.Robbins cleared 8-feet, 6-inches to claim first place and score all 10 points the girls’ team received. The girls finished 15th...

Antrim American Legion post schedules meeting
05-26-2023 4:54 PM

American Legion Post 50 of Antrim will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday June 6, at 7:30 p.m. at the post home on West Street.       All members, veterans and the public are welcome to attend. All veterans who served on active duty from Dec. 7, 1941,...

Housing problems make it hard to retain health workers
05-26-2023 8:52 AM


Barbara Hutchinson loves her job. As a child therapist, she makes a difference in young people’s lives — and has a lot of fun. Sometimes they bring her new toys to play with. One day, she got to have a Nerf battle with a kid.“My job is probably one of...

Car flips into Francestown brook, none hurt
05-25-2023 11:28 AM


Three young adults walked away unscathed after their car went into a Francestown brook.On Saturday, May 20, at approximately 12:45 p.m., Francestown Police and Fire responded to a single-car accident on Russell Station Road near Rand Brook. According...

Bob Jones University honors local students
05-24-2023 4:26 PM

Andrew Fletcher of Dublin received the Communication Studies Award during the annual awards ceremony at Bob Jones University. The Communication Studies Award is given to a communication major who has demonstrated superior understanding of...

Towns plan Memorial Day activities
05-24-2023 3:13 PM

Below are observances being held for Memorial Day, which is Monday, May 29.ANTRIMJames A. Tuttle Library, 45 Main St., is hosting a Missing Man Table display Friday, May 26 and Saturday, May 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days.Each item on the...

Francestown police officers get pay boost for detail work
05-24-2023 3:07 PM


Effective immediately, Francestown police officers working on detail in nearby towns, both full-time and part-time, will be paid an additional $20 per hour.On Monday, the Select Board voted 3-0 to approve increasing wages for Francestown p0lice...

PHOTOS: ConVal students gather before the prom
05-24-2023 11:40 AM

Despite the rain, the tradition of gathering in Putnam Park before ConVal’s junior-senior prom continued Saturday. The prom was at Keene Country Club.

ConVal softball falls to Bow in 14 innings
05-24-2023 7:38 AM

The ConVal softball team headed to Bow Monday, losing 6-5 in 14 innings.The Cougars scored three runs in the fourth inning. After a Kendall Sullivan single, Lily Mandel was hit by a pitch, Ashley Cronin reached on a fielder's choice and Opale Barrick...

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