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CONWAY — More than three decades ago, in 1989, Nancy Clark was instrumental in introducing Marti Mayne to Peter Pinkham, then executive director of the Mt Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce, for the chamber’s marketing/public relations job.

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I saw an old photo of Henry Ford driving a Model T on railroad tracks and I admit, I got a little excited. I know, that’s pretty transportation nerdy but that’s how I roll, pun intended. It wasn’t just the combination of trains and cars that piqued my interest, it was how the Model T rode on…

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GREEN’S GRANT — Thursday is Earth Day, and the message from The Glen House is it’s time to Root for the Earth. To celebrate Earth Day, not only this week but throughout the year, The Glen House is offering the Root for the Earth package that includes a one-night stay, two eco-friendly souven…

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GLEN — Living Shores, New Hampshire's first aquarium, featuring interactive, educational experiences for all ages, will reopen to the public on Saturday, May 8, concluding a 15-month closure caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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CONWAY — Due to design, access, traffic and landscaping concerns, the public hearing on a proposed 19,028-square-foot Tractor Supply Co. store proposed to built along North-South Road in North Conway was continued to May 13 by the Conway Planning Board.

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It’s hard to fathom a time when vehicle manufacturers had to entice buyers to purchase pickup trucks, luring them with special edition models, but there was a time when pickups appealed mainly to tradesmen, farmers and fleets. Consumer pickups were configured as a single cab with a 6- or 8-f…

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CONWAY — While COVID put a quick end to last year’s planned White Mountains Outdoor Fest, the motivation for a festival celebrating healthy living and outdoor recreation gained momentum during the pandemic.

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OSSIPEE — A co-owner of the new Hobbs Brewing Co. Tap Room says that while the COVID-19 pandemic was extremely stressful on his staff and himself, federal aid, made possible by people like U.S. Rep. Chris Pappas, helped get the company through a tough time.

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It’s hard to imagine a new automaker competing on U.S. soil without offering a pickup truck. SUVs are a close second in terms of consumer popularity and most manufacturers offer one in name if not in execution. For example, a Mini Countryman AWD is more of a caricature of a small car having …

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CAMPTON — The White Mountain National Forest is pleased to announce that as part of the Great American Outdoors Act several local projects in New Hampshire and Maine have been selected for fiscal year 2021. The selected projects will be the first round of improvements to address deferred mai…

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CONWAY — Settlers Green is elevating its food and entertainment offerings by adding five new tenants including an arcade. It is also expanding Stonewall Kitchen and Kitchen Store Outlet and welcoming back local favorites Cheese Louise and Trails End Ice Cream to the food kiosks in the Courtyard.

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GLEN — Story Land, one of the largest employers in the Mount Washington Valley, is thrilled to be opening for the 2021 season with a more "normal" schedule starting Memorial Day Weekend.