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I’m going to get a little meteorologic here for a minute, but I’ll keep it simple as that’s about the extent of my expertise on the subject. The height of summer brings thunderstorms, which build when warm, moist air is subjected to convective activity or rising air currents.

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BROWNFIELD, Maine — A sellout crowd of over 150 gathered at Stone Mountain Arts Center in Brownfield, Maine, on Aug. 9 for dinner and a reading by Maine author and Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Strout to support youth development at Camp Susan Curtis, a program of the Susan L. Curtis Foundation. 

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CONWAY — Winnebago Industries has announced that Center Conway-based Hill's RV's has earned the Flying W Dealer Excellence Award based on its performance between March 2018 and February 2019.

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CONWAY — Conway Scenic Railroad celebrated its 45th birthday on Sunday by surprising Dwight A. Smith, one of the railroad’s founders, by renaming the recently restored No. 7470 steam engine after him.

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EATON — Owned and managed by Tim Ostendorf and Bobby Barker, the Inn at Crystal Lake and the Palmer House Pub are filled with the scent of fresh bread, cookies and other delicious homemade treats every morning.

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Forty-five years ago, a Chevy ad campaign sang, “Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet, they go together in the good ol’ USA.”

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GLEN — Living Shores Aquarium, which has been taking shape over the past year at the former Heritage NH building just north of Story Land amusement park on Route 16 in Glen, got a blue-and-turquoise paint job this week, signaling that opening day may be coming soon.

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CONWAY — The Ski and Snowboard Outlet and Liquidation Center has been in town for over 20 years, and this summer proprietors Larry and Stephanie Manson have opened a brand-new shop in a great new location dedicated to high-end ski and boot service. 

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Many of us were introduced to transportation early in life on a tricycle, so-named because of the three wheels, one in front, two in back, allowing for stability while learning the skill of balance.

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CONWAY — Granite Backcountry Alliance announced changes to its board of directors last week as Tyler Ray stepped down as president of alliance and his new company, Backyard Concept, took over day-to-day operations for the non-profit backcountry skiing organization.

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CONCORD — A bill signed into law last Friday by Gov. Chris Sununu will help protect New Hampshire businesses from demands of out-of-state taxing jurisdictions, says Jeb Bradley, the bill's prime sponsor.