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For the better half of two years, Harrison Kanzler was regularly out the door before his wife and two young children were awake, and he would often...

You may have heard the adage “democracy is not a spectator sport,” but what about “democracy is a four-season sport”? Every other year we hear the...

Most gardeners do some composting. Some folks compost anything that once was part of a living plant, often mixing it with barnyard waste; they turn...

Four commercial real estate brokers have submitted proposals to try and find a buyer to redevelop the Laconia State School complex, but a...

When Codie Chevalier’s husband Tim tested positive for COVID-19 on Sept. 7, she knew she had to pull their three oldest kids out of school. What...

The life stories of Nicholas and Gavin Ouellette were just beginning to take shape.Nick, a 16-year-old junior at Bow High School, was the kind of...

Bow soccer players stepped off the pitch with smiles on their faces and the exchanges of high-fives were underway.With roughly 10 minutes left in...

Evan Haas with the ball in between his feet while standing in front of the goal.The senior midfielder was awarded a penalty shot and ahead of the...

Jonathan Flower has been playing the role of scientist to start the season.His experiments with moving players into new positions and having more...

GILFORD – It had been a tough week for the Gilford/Belmont football team and community. Gilford High student and Gilmanton resident Aydin Kutuk – a...


You may have heard the adage “democracy is not a spectator sport,” but what about “democracy is a four-season sport”? Every other year we hear the...

It’s the hottest and most divisive issue in American politics right now – whether the federal government should be mandating COVID vaccinations...

Laconia Mayor’s race: Hosmer to face Johnson

9/15/21

Mayor Andrew Hosmer and challenger Dawn Johnson will advance to the November election following Tuesday's city primary.Hosmer, who is seeking his...

As the Republican National Committee begins formulating its 2024 presidential nominating calendar, one of the key figures in that process said...

The signs were everywhere, some obvious, others not so much.The center of this universe, the granite bench paying tribute to Grace Orzechowski, was...

Matt Fish wrote home 25 years ago, telling his family in Pembroke that the water at his Marine base in North Carolina had a metallic taste to it...

In an odd scene scheduled for Friday night, a walking slice of pizza will help restore some normalcy at the public park in Pittsfield.Remember...

Jay Godfrey, 10 years old, was beaming that day 65 years ago.He recalls watching a video shown to veterans at a VFW in Freeport, Maine, documenting...




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Most gardeners do some composting. Some folks compost anything that once was part of a living plant, often mixing it with barnyard waste; they turn...


Obituaries


Albert Edmunds

Albert H. Edmunds Concord, NH — Albert "Al" Edmunds, 65, passed away at home after a period of declining health. He was born in Concord, NH the son of the late Albert Edmunds Sr. and Caroline...

Raymond A. Helgemoe Dallas, TX — Dallas Texas-Raymond A. Helgemoe, age 92 a former longtime Bow N.H.resident died July 25th in Dallas after a period of failing health. He was born in Duluth MN...

Paula Jewell

Paula W. Jewell Concord, NH — Paula Watkins Jewell, 79, passed away on September 14, 2021 at the Granite VNA Hospice House in Concord, NH. Paula was born in Rural Illinois, as the eldest chi...

Gavin Ouellette

Gavin T. Ouellette Bow, NH — Gavin Thomas Ouellette became an angel on September 10,2021. Gavin was born on April 22, 2015 in Manchester, NH, the loving son of Thomas and Jennifer (Smith) Ouel...




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