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Recent spring-like weather with gentle breezes and warm sunshine has inspired gardners, cyclists and hikers. Ice has totally disappeared from our lakes, ponds and driveways and even the slopes of Mount Chocorua. Earth Day is coming up on April 22 and there are preparation in Tamworth and nea…

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Did you know that most of what needs to be done through the Bartlett town clerk’s office can be done online? More information can be obtained by going to the town’s website at townofbartlettnh.org and clicking on the “Town Clerk/Tax Collector” link at the bottom of the home page. You will fi…

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I’ve been looking through some history of the town lately, which is easy to do, thanks to the online content of both the Madison Library and the Madison Historical Society. One small piece of literature written in the 1920s shines a little bit of light on life prior to the piece, and how thi…

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Did you know that you can follow the Town of Bartlett on Twitter? All updates to the townofbartlett.org website are tweeted. Follow Bartlett @BartlettTownNH. The town’s website is a useful tool, especially during the pandemic when access to town hall is limited.

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The first session of the annual Tamworth town meeting at the K.A. Brett School at 881 Tamworth Road will take place on Tuesday, May 11. This session is to choose town officers and to vote on other matters required to be on the official ballot . Polls will open at 8 a.m. and will close no ear…

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I’ve been looking forward to Maple Sugar weekend and can almost smell the maple syrup steaming. Unfortunately, due to COVID, Weston’s Farm will be keeping their sugar house closed to visitors this spring. They are, however, planning to open their Fryeburg Market on May 13. Many local maple h…

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Thank you to all the people at the town hall who made the recent town election easy for us taxpayers, whether we voted absentee or at the town hall itself. Congratulations to Heather McKendry for becoming our new town clerk/tax collector. She is very excited to have this new position. To Suz…

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The first session of the annual town meeting at the K.A. Brett School to choose town officers and to vote on other matters required to be on the official ballot will take place on Tuesday, May 11. Polls will open at 8 a.m. and will close no earlier than 7 p.m. The second session of the annua…