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ConVal Junior Beecher Clifton-Waite started Live Free and Ski, a nonprofit that sponsors students who can't afford the sport otherwise.

ConVal: Starting nonprofit a ride

Monday, May 25, 2015

Beecher Clifton-Waite didn’t think it was right some of his friends couldn’t afford to ski or snowboard. Why are there charity organizations that provide food and shelter, he asked, but not something fun? “My passion is skiing. So I came up with the idea — let’s create this organization,” said Clifton-Waite of Temple. The ConVal junior founded Live Free and … 0

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 … 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 … 0

New Ipswich: Off to market, once again

Monday, May 25, 2015

With Beth Dunn-Somero at the helm, the New Ipswich Farmers Market will be back in action this summer. Dunn-Somero’s passion for local food has been without an outlet since the town’s market closed. But with the plethora of … 0

New Ipswich: Singing out in spring

Monday, May 25, 2015

The 2015 Spring Concert was held in the Mascenic Regional High School auditorium Thursday night. It included performances by the MRHS choir, newly formed a capella group “The Sneaky Breathers” and the MRHS band. … 0

Peterborough: Sentence in arson case is delayed

Monday, May 25, 2015

PETERBOROUGH — Ex-firefighter Gregory Potter, who was found guilty of setting fire to five apartment buildings in a two-hour drunken spree, will have to wait to be sentenced. His hearing was postponed. Potter, 23, faces prison sentences of … 0

New Wapack Trail Guide available

Monday, May 25, 2015

Want to hike a ridgeline that is so alluring Henry David Thoreau wrote about its beauty two centuries ago, yet so close and accessible that it’s an easy day trip? That would be the Wapack Trail, a 21-mile footpath that goes over 2,000-foot peaks, past bogs and streams, … 0

Letter: We stand and fall together

Thursday, May 21, 2015

To the editor: I moved to New Ipswich, New Hampshire, one year ago with the vision of retiring here, growing an organic farm, and in five years time opening a B&B in the home I live in. And then Kinder Morgan decided that my community was an ideal … 0

Wilton: Search is on for family’s lost dog

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

WILTON — One moment, the Ormistons’ dog, Teddy Bear, was on their porch while the family enjoyed a Sunday breakfast. The next, the Boxer/Border collie was gone. For 18 days since, the Ormistons have employed every resource they … 0

New Ipswich: Etching history

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Joe Farchaus likes to do things the old-fashioned way. In his small home studio, he turns out functional but beautiful pieces of pewter work. And while he has the advantage of mechanical tools, many of his products are … 0

Peterborough: Fire hits recovery home

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Gary Carpenter of Peterborough dreamed of turning his apartment building in Keene into a sanctuary for veterans who are recovering addicts — complete with a dojo, and a classroom to offer nutrition, business development and anger management classes. … 0

ML: FinCom: Restore aid cuts

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

In March, the N.H. House eliminated $300 million from the governor’s proposed budget, burdening municipalities with the associated costs. Since then, the public has held their breath, hoping the Senate would restore at least some of these cuts. The Senate Finance Committee announced Tuesday it recommends returning more … 0