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Gather your kiddos and come down to the Conway Public Library on Tuesday, April 23. It’s time for the annual touch-a-truck event. The friendly town crew members park their heavy equipment vehicles in the library lot, and children scramble on to them to explore and pretend to be part of the w…

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An informal group meeting at the library, with cooperation from the selectmen and the Transfer Station manager, has reintroduced recycling in some categories, set up a website featuring many articles and videos regarding the dangers of plastic waste, discouraging the use of plastic straws, p…

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IT'S EASTER WEEKEND, AND even though it's late this year, coming on April 21 compared to April 1 last year, there's still skiing along the bunny trails at at least two local areas — Wildcat Mountain for alpinists and Bear Notch Ski Touring for cross country enthusiasts.

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I remember the first year I lived here, Easter was early and the ski areas were still open. There was a sunrise service at Black Mountain. Since it was outside, the clergy asked my dad to play the guitar. The skiers rode the lift to the top of the mountain for a brief service, and when the s…

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At least from the late 1840s, the perpendicular crossroads by Crystal Lake in Eaton Center was known as Robertson’s Corner. For that matter, until New Hampshire started renaming its water bodies as a ploy to lure summering strangers, Crystal Lake was called Robertson’s Pond. The name was der…

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CONCORD — The state Department of Health and Human Services’ Division of Public Health Services has announced that there has been a significant increase in the number of people in New Hampshire diagnosed with hepatitis A.

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Why not brew a cup of tea and sit down with friends and family and talk to your friends and family about your future health-care wishes and consider completing an Advance Directive and living will? Make your wishes known and select someone who will speak for you in the event you are unable t…

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CONWAY — Memorial Hospital is accepting applications for water safety scholarships that can be used for swim lessons or other water safety education and personal flotation devices thanks to donors to two funds of Memorial Hospital Foundation.

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How clean are your reusable bags? We’re hearing in the news recently that cleanliness of reusable grocery bags can be an issue. While reusable bags are a good, eco-friendly way to pack groceries, household items and clothing from your favorite stores or farmer’s markets, the reality is our b…