Local News

Investigators continue to search Kibby property

By Barbara Tetreault GORHAM – For a third day, N.H. State Police and FBI investigators continued to comb through the home of Nathaniel Kibby, charged in the kidnapping of Conway teen Abby Hernandez last October.

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Teletalk

Tele-Talk Responses: Beyond paying higher salaries what else can the high school do to attract and retain quality teachers?

There were 24 responses to this week’s Tele-Talk question: “Beyond paying higher salaries what else can the high school do to attract and retain quality teachers?”Stop being so negative toward our teachers. Give them some praise. They are with the kids probably more waking hours than the parents and deal...

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Letters

Richard M. Chrenko: Does Slitt think God made a mistake?

To the editor:One of  The Conway Daily Sun’s most prolific writers of letters to the editor, Laura Slitt, has recently restated her distaste of eating animals for food. As I read her letter, I became intrigued with her philosophical question: Does she believe in God? Or perhaps does she think...

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Opinion

Tom McLaughlin: More fundamental change from our president

By Tom McLaughlin Four years ago I flew to Tucson, Arizona, rented a Jeep, and drove down to the Mexican border at Nogales. I wanted to see for myself what was going on down there. I turned right just before the Mexican crossing and drove west along International Street on the...

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Community

Tin Mountain Conservation Center Mount Washington Century Ride generated $33,600

Tin Mountain Conservation Center Mount Washington Century Ride generated $33,600

The 13th Tin Mountain Conservation Center Mount Washington Century Ride on Saturday, July 19, generated over $33,600. (DONNA MARIE DOLAN)The 13th Tin Mountain Conservation Center Mount Washington Century Ride held on Saturday, July 19, was a great success generating over $33,600. The weather was ideal for the 266 riders who cycled...

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Calendar

Barbara Ray: Gibson Gleanings: Dining room closed on Friday, May 16

  Barbara Ray: Gibson Gleanings: Dining room closed on Friday, May 16 Some people are born gardeners. In the summer, you see them out in their yards watering and fertilizing their plants. No weed dares land in their flower beds. The displays are both beautiful and breath-taking. I am truly envious of...

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Upcoming Events

Stone Mountain celebrates eighth anniversary with special concert Aug. 1

BROWNFIELD — Stone Mountain Arts Center in Brownfield, Maine is celebrating eight years of music in the mountains with a special Stone Mountain LIVE Anniversary Show on Friday, Aug. 1, at 8 p.m. This show features Carol Noonan and her house band the Stone Mountain Boys — including guitarists Duke Levine...

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Sports

Two soccer coaching clinics offered Aug. 8-10

The Mount Washington Valley Soccer Club will hold a pair of coaching clinics Aug. 8-10 at Kennett Middle School. Friday, Aug. 8 — 5 to 11 p.m. Level 2 — $55. The Level 2 diploma develops on the ideas in Level 1 diploma and is designed to help coaches implement developmentally appropriate training games to improve skill levels in a fun, safe and challenging environment. The diploma has three parts, classroom with theory of coaching U8-U10, field...

Real Estate

Home of the Week: Four-season lakeside retreat

MADISON — Sit back, bury your feet in the sand and take in the panoramic view and cooling summer breezes from this truly one-of-a-kind lakeside retreat. Contemporary in design, this lakefront home, tucked away on peaceful Big Pea Porridge Pond, offers the perfect mix of a relaxing getaway while still being close to the skiing, shopping and the amenities of North Conway.

Business

Michael Kline: One thing fixes everything. Not

By Michael KlineSo often, we think we have just the right idea to solve a problem. It seems so simple, if we could just get others to see our brilliance, we could solve all our problems!

Outdoors

A bike/hike to Bondcliff with close friends

A dramatic rock on the edge of Bondcliff, located just after the trail emerges from the trees. Franconia Ridge in the distance. (ED PARSONS PHOTO)By Ed ParsonsOn a beautiful Friday last week, six of us biked/hiked into Bondcliff (4,265 feet) in the Pemigewassett Wilderness. It is 9.1 miles one way,...

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Valley Voice

A valley sighs its relief

British funnyman Jimmy Keys (above) impersonated Sir Elton John and others in his comedy show at the Shannon Door Pub in Jackson this past Tuesday night. He will be at Hobbs (539-2000) in West Ossipee Aug. 17 and back at the Door Aug. 18. (TOM EASTMAN PHOTO)By Tom Eastman CONWAY —...

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