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CONWAY — Glad to see Elsa and the flash flood watch in the rearview mirror, clearing the way for a great weekend, with sunny skies forecast for today and tomorrow — perfect for a round of golf, a bike ride, trip to the river or a hike.

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ason. And after a year’s hiatus due to the pandemic, we’re happy to report that one of the local traditions coming back is the fantastically delicious and fun eighth annual North Conway Strawberry Festival. You can feast on strawberry shortcake and strawberry smoothies under the tent at the …

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HAPPY FATHER’S DAY Weekend to you and your beloved Pops, Dad, Old Man … you know, the good guy who was always there to teach you sports, set an example and remind you of the straight and true path — and who let you know it in no uncertain terms when you strayed off course!

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HAPPY GRADUATION weekend to all Kennett grads and their families as they get set to soar, not only in terms of the young students’ lives taking off as they graduate but also in how for a second consecutive year will be riding the Skimobile Express quad chairlift at Cranmore Mountain Resort t…

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ONE WEEK AND COUNTING ’till Memorial Day Weekend, the traditional start of the busy summer season here in the White Mountains, which are in full purple lilac and shadbush bloom, giving us all such beautiful fragrant and visual delights before the crowds arrive.

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HAPPY VALLEY PRIDE DAY, Mother’s Day Weekend to all of you out there in Happy Valley, at what has to be one of the most beautiful times of the year, given the sights of all the new budding trees, daffodils and blossoms set against the white-capped backdrop of still snowy Mount Washington.

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APRIL FOOL’S CAME a little late this year with Friday’s nor’easter, which created havoc with the daffodil crowd and caused a temporary chill in everyone’s spring gardening, replacing our rakes and hoes with shovels we thought were safe to put away.

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CONWAY — We all knew this day would come eventually, as it does for all of us, but somehow, losing World War II B-17 ball turret gunner Earl Luther “Smitty’ Smith of Conway at age 98 this week still seems a shock for this community, who revered and loved the self-effacing, leather bomber-jac…