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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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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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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…

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Thank you to Lloyd Jones and The Conway Daily Sun for their wonderful article last week on the plight of the barred owls. I would like to add to their story with a follow-up about what Elaine Conners Center for Wildlife in Madison is doing to help these majestic owls of our north country.

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Conway’s voting day has passed, and on behalf of all of us at the Conway Community Center, thank you for your 2:1 support of Article 24 at the polls last Tuesday. As a locally governed non-profit organization devoted to serving the people of our valley, we are always trying to do our best to…

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Whether you are a native of the Mount Washington Valley or have moved here in recent years, you probably remember or have at least heard about the publication The Mountain Ear. Its entertaining articles about local history, town characters, athletes, leaders, events and more filled the weekl…

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CONWAY —  For the 10 years, the Mount Washington Valley Teen Scholarship Program has held a Gently Used Prom Dress Sale to raise funds for its scholarship account. This year's sale will be held on Saturday, April 13, from 1 to 4 p.m., in the Ledges Room at Eastern Slope Inn.

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The other day, as we were finishing up an exercise class, and one person said she was going on vacation. That started us talking about the importance of having ones wishes known. We discussed having an advance directive. One person mentioned that a person should speak with the person who is …

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The title does not refer to the battle one engages in after stepping off the scale and realizing that desserts have got to go. No, this sad battle, one which I was determined to win, was against a small, insect called scale. It had attacked my orchids.