N.H. News Roundup: Ski season still open, escaped convict captured in Manchester
Spring Mania Attitash Pond Skim 2013 (Video credit: YouTube – attitashman)
Contestants of the 14th Annual Mount Sunapee Slush Cup were judged on best splash, best skim, best costume, and best team.
(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)
It’s closer to June than it is January, and there’s still some skiing to be had here in the Granite State.
It is quite the turnaround from last year, where 80-degree weather was practically the norm.
As you can tell from the video above, the resorts are having fun with the changing weather. The costumes and wipeouts will be sure to cure some of those Monday blues. Mount Sunapee also had its annual Slush Cup event over the weekend.
The winter weather is still in full swing in the White Mountains. There’s still plenty of snow if you’re looking to extend winter.
Here’s a list of the ski areas across the state. Does your favorite spot still have any trails open? And if you’re wondering what the conditions are like today, here’s what Wildcat Mountain is forecasting.
In other news:
∎ Leeland Eisenberg, 52, who was convicted of holding hostages at a local Hillary Clinton campaign office in 2007, was arrested without incident Monday morning in Manchester and charged with escape.
∎ Executive Councilor Ray Burton was out and about again at the annual Presby Maple Sugar Party in Bethlehem after his last round of chemotherapy.
∎ Kennett of Conway High’s Jeff Locke gave up four earned runs in six innings in his 2013 Pittsburgh Pirates debut. The Pirates lost 6-2 to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
∎ The environment is not being impacted by radioactivity from the USS Thresher’s nuclear propulsion system, which sank 50 years ago, according to six studies by the Navy.
∎ Ryan Pitts, of UNH Manchester, has been named the recipient of the 2013 University of New Hampshire Award of Excellence.
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