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Conant baseball beat Mascenic in a whirlwind walkoff.

Baseball:

Monday, May 25, 2015

Mascenic was sitting pretty after two innings at Humiston on Wednesday, up 6-0 on Conant after a big first and a bigger second. But Conant scrapped away, battled back and ultimately got it done in the end for a whirlwind walkoff win. The Vikings got it started right off the bat, as Daimon Gibson hit a leadoff double off Conant … 0

Baseball: Vikes sweep WLC series

Monday, May 25, 2015

It took until late-May for Mascenic and WLC to play what had originally been scheduled as their first game of the season. Unfortunately for the Warriors, they played as if the early-season jitters had yet to be shaken off. In a game eerily similar to Monday’s meeting, WLC was plagued by errors and … 0

Softball: Orioles take down Vikings

Monday, May 25, 2015

Mascenic may have upset rival WLC this week, but Conant was having none of the same on Wednesday when the Orioles hosted the Vikings. Conant never trailed in the game after Brianna Dionne walked and scored in the first off starter Samantha Bilodeau. In fact, the Orioles would rack up 10 runs — … 0

Hassan talks about plan to address drug issue

Monday, May 4, 2015

It’s an epidemic. That’s how Governor Maggie Hassan views the growing use of opioids. “Everywhere I go in the Granite State, people talk to me about the epidemic of substance abuse,” said Hassan in an interview with the … 0

Peterborough: Getting out and getting green

Monday, May 4, 2015

Grange No. 35 could not have chosen a better first day to hold Greenerborough entirely outdoors. The sun shone on Grove Street all day as the temperature hovered just above 70 degrees. Although Ron Lucas, one of the … 0

Mascenic: Automotive team qualifies for States, but won’t attend

Monday, May 4, 2015

Although two students from Mascenic’s automotive program qualified to attend the state’s Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills competition, the school will not send a team this year. Ian McDonald of Greenville and Regan Benoit of New Ipswich earned a spot in the state finals by achieving one of the … 0

Charting new waters

Monday, May 4, 2015

With shrinking enrollments and revenue sources, New Hampshire Institute of Art faced the plight of many independent colleges in the recession, and Kate Lenahan was along for the ride. Lenahan earned her undergraduate degree from the Manchester-based college … 0

Parent Wise: Self-care for mom is currency for children

Friday, May 1, 2015

Mother’s Day is right around the corner. Cards and flowers are always nice, especially when your children have something to do with it. Or maybe that’s the day when your child doesn’t yell “You’re not my mother, and … 0

Dog Tales: The Matching Law: Use it to your advantage

Friday, May 1, 2015

Animal training is a science. No one argues that 2 + 2 = 4, yet dog trainers have so many ways to train dogs it’s an industry joke. Ask five dog trainers how to teach a dog to … 0

Softball: Warriors win tight one against upstart Vikings

Monday, May 4, 2015

There was nothing to be afraid of. The Mascenic Vikings softball team trekked with trepidation to Wilton oThursday to take on the Warriors, and perhaps with good reason. They’d be facing the defending DIV champions, never an easy … 0

Track and Field: Kashulines, Haase, Main have big days

Monday, May 4, 2015

ConVal, Conant and Mascenic competed at Coe-Brown’s 13th Annual Black Bear Invitational on Saturday. ConVal The boys’ and girls’ teams had a strong day with many athletes posting their best times and marks of the season. The boys team was led by junior Dan Kashulines who ran a … 0

Graduates eligible for Citizenship Award

Friday, April 24, 2015

The Souhegan Lion’s Club will present at least one $500 Citizenship Award to a 2015 graduating high school senior from Temple, New Ipswich, Greenville, or Mason. The application deadline is May 18. For more information, contact Brenda Salmonson at 924-2288 or bls@wjplaw.com. … 0

Hancock: Leader sought for Association for Blind

Friday, April 24, 2015

The New Hampshire Association for the Blind, established in 1912 in Hancock, will be opening a search for a new president and CEO, after George Theriault announced his plans to retire at the end of 2015. Theriault has worked for the association, now based in Concord, for nearly … 0