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SO, STANDING ON THE DECK at Black Mountain last Saturday afternoon, as Rek-lis rocked on and racers blasted past as part of the up-and-down race at the Granite Backcountry Alliance’s third annual Wild Corn Shindig, I felt a connection to spring events of the past here in the shadow of Mount …

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CONWAY — Team spirit and community-mindedness is what you get when you bring the Mountain Mamas of Cranmore Mountain Meisters fame together, not just during the ski-racing season at Cranmore but throughout the year, as the team members do fundraising for various causes and serve as volunteer…

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I WAS AT THE top of the New England Ski Museum’s Hannes Schneider Meister Cup race course at Cranmore last Saturday morning, running late (as usual) as I stepped up to take my run, when course worker and old friend Bobby Haynes related some sad news.

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IT’S THE OLD “BEND ZE KNEES” weekend here in Mount Washington Valley, an area once known as the Eastern Slope Region of New Hampshire and which in 1939 became home to Austrian skimeister Hannes Schneider when he arrived with his family to teach skiing at Cranmore.

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TAMWORTH — This picturesque, white-steepled village overlooking the Sandwich Range was once again the place to be last Saturday, as it was a beehive of activity for the Remick Country Doctor and Farm Museum’s 16th annual Ice Fest and Winter Carnival.

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CONWAY — On the eve of Sunday’s Super Bowl victory No. 6 for the New England Patriots, which was cause for yet another celebration throughout Patriots Nation, the North Conway Country Club was the setting last Saturday night for a sold-out Cranmore Snowsports Hall of Fame ceremony for the th…

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WELCOME TO WHAT PROMISES to be a very snowy, football action-packed weekend here in Mount Washington Valley, where we await perhaps as much as 2 feet of snow in Saturday night into Sunday while looking forward to the AFC Championship game Sunday evening between the Pats and the Kansas City C…

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BRRRR! WELCOME TO WINTER here in the shadow of Big Mount George Washington, as ski-loving cooperative weather observer Ed Bergeron says we’re in for a good stretch of sunny (but cold) weather now through at least the end of next week.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR! The New Year got to a great start with 6.5 inches of heavy wet snow, falling Monday into New Year’s Day and then another 4-6 inches of nice fresh light powda overnight into Thursday morning.

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LEST AULD ACQUAINTANCE be forgot, we take a look back at 2018, a year that began with a blistering cold New Year’s and ended with the stock market taking more breath-taking plunges than anyone ever took skiing down the lip of the headwall in Tuckerman Ravine!