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CONWAY — Despite fewer in-person hikers this year, organizers said the 24th annual Jen’s Friends Climb Against Cancer held on Saturday at Cranmore Mountain Resort surpassed its $100,000 fundraising goal.

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CONWAY — While an attempt to adopt a public comment policy recommended by the New Hampshire School Board’s Association was defeated by the SAU 9 Board last week, that is not the end of the policy. Local school boards may see it resurface through their own policy committees in the future.

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CONCORD — The state Supreme Court on Thursday, upheld an order denying Volodymyr Zhukovskyy’s third motion for an evidentiary bail hearing in connection with manslaughter and negligent homicide charges in the Randolph crash in which seven members of the Marine veterans’ Jarheads Motorcycle C…

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CONWAY — Always one of the most spiritually uplifting (and much-needed) fundraising events of the year, the 24th annual Jen’s Friends “Climb Against Cancer” hillclimb returns to Cranmore Mountain Resort in North Conway on Sept. 18.

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NASHUA — During a last-minute press conference on Wednesday, Gov. Chris Sununu announced he will fight President Joe Biden’s vaccination mandates as state epidemiologist Dr. Ben Chan updated COVID-19 numbers, saying there were 549 new cases and four deaths to report as New Hampshire averages…

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CONWAY — The Conway School Board voted Monday not to participate in a state Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Education initiative which would have provided free COVID-19 testing for students and staff within the Conway School District.

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OSSIPEE — Carroll County commissioners say they are doing everything they can to keep Mountain View Community, the county nursing home, going amid President Joe Biden’s mandate to have all nursing home workers vaccinated against COVID-19.

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CONWAY — While many people have yet to receive their first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine, some who have gotten the vaccine are anticipating getting a third shot this fall following President Joe Biden's announcement last month that booster shots were coming.