Dublin

Andrew Hunt and Daria Wozmak have used a devistating injury to bring them closer together on and off the track.

Cross-country: ‘I’d push her any distance’

Monday, September 22, 2014

The ConVal cross-country team traveled to Pelham High School on Oct. 13, 2012, to compete at Pelham’s annual invitational. Andrew Hunt and Daria Wozmak were sophomores, who had been dating for four months, enjoying both young love and high school athletics. Neither of them could have foreseen that Saturday would be the last time Wozmak would ever run in a … 0

Dublin: Towns eye farm rules

Monday, September 22, 2014

DUBLIN — The Dublin Planning Board has turned its eye to a possible agritourism ordinance, after a similar ordinance was approved by Peterborough voters in March. Meanwhile, other towns are keeping an eye on how the ordinance works in Peterborough, and wondering if their towns or others will also be taking up the … 0

Dublin: Petition calls for remediation

Monday, September 22, 2014

Forester Swift Corwin will clean up the area around the Highway Department building on Cobb Meadow Road that was clear cut by the town in mid-August with the purpose of tree harvesting. This comes following a heated Select Board meeting on Aug. 26, during which more than 20 residents voiced their concerns with the town’s lack of communication prior to performing the harvesting. … 0

ConVal: Spreading out $750K purchase

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

PETERBOROUGH — To soften the blow of a $750,000 invoice for science equipment for K-12, the ConVal School Board’s Education Committee is exploring the possibility of spending this amount incrementally over a number of years. Crista Salamy, speaking for the Education Committee, told the rest of the board … 0

Temple: Unveiling General Miller

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

If you live in the Monadnock region, you’ve probably driven on General Miller Highway, or visited Miller State Park. Perhaps you have seen General Miller Road in Peterborough, or the General Miller House in Temple. But you probably … 0

Achievement: Achievement

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

The following students have entered Colby-Sawyer College, New London, this fall as freshmen: Theresa Edick of Dublin, majoring in environmental studies, and Hannah Putnam of Wilton, majoring in environmental science — aquatics. … 0

RElay race: Dublin Schoolers ‘Reach the Beach’

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Twenty-four Dublin School students, faculty, and trustees participated on two twelve-person teams in the New Balance Reach the Beach relay race this past weekend. This is the third year that the school has participated putting together two teams … 0

Dublin/Peterborough: Phoenix House ‘Climb for Recovery’ Sept. 27

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

On Sept. 27, Phoenix House New Hampshire will present the fifth annual Climb for Recovery!, a day of exhilarating outdoor adventure celebrating life, health, and wellness. The main feature of the day will be a hike on selected … 0

Viewpoint: What’s happened to ‘land of the free, home of the brave’?

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Amidst the carnage with guns that is being played out daily and nightly across our nation’s media, one aspect of the carnage is not yet being pursued by investigative reporters. That question is, who is profiting from America’s carnage? “Follow the money” is one of American filmdom’s most … 0

Letter: Conservatives won’t take us far

Friday, September 12, 2014

To the editor: In his letter of Aug. 28, Mr. Brian Somero urges readers to “Do homework, vote conservative.” If he expects this to solve our immigration problems, he is sadly mistaken. Had he done his homework, he would have found that the recent peak in net illegal … 0

Find a home: Some new faces with MATS

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Two new Board of Trustee members of the Monadnock Area Transitional Shelter have lived in our region of New Hampshire for many years. Mary Loftis lives in Dublin and, although now retired, she taught art in the Keene … 0

View from the river: Coping with family transitions

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

I have been involved in a few major family transitions this past month. We greeted a granddaughter, born Aug. 26 to our middle daughter and her husband. A week later we took our oldest daughter, son-in-law and 7-month-old granddaughter to the airport, headed to Rwanda to live for … 0

Letter: Let’s limit carbon pollution

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

To the editor: It only makes sense to control the amount of carbon pollution that power plants produce. Many Americans believe these limits are already in place; they aren’t. We have safeguards in place to protect against arsenic, mercury and lead, it is past time to limit the … 0