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CONWAY — Everyone the world over with any sense of moral dignity and humanity is unified in ways that Russian President Vladimir Putin could not have imagined before the start of his brutal invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24.

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CONWAY — Local farmers have told the Sun they are concerned about the price of fertilizer that’s rising rapidly in the wake of the war in Ukraine, further affecting a supply chain already frayed from the pandemic.

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CONWAY — While much of the local support for the people of Ukraine has been in the form of money, some are sending medical supplies and expertise.

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CONWAY — From the start of the pandemic, health-care workers jumped to respond to what started quietly with talk of a virus on the other side of the world to something that profoundly affected everyone in the valley — and the world.

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BARTLETT — After a year’s hiatus due to COVID-19, students at Josiah Bartlett Elementary School will return to the slopes at Attitash and the cross-country ski trails at Bear Notch Ski Touring Center this winter to take part in the Eastern Slope Ski Club’s Junior Ski Program, set to begin Jan. 6

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CONWAY — Stumble across a cellar hole in the woods and chances are you’ll find an ancient apple tree, or a descendant of one, nearby — planted by the family who settled that homestead 150 or so years ago.

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HART’S LOCATION — Selectman Mark Dindorf, now 63, is grateful that he, his then-young son and his son's friends were able to return home safely from an birthday baseball trip to Yankee Stadium that found them in the middle of New York City just as the planes hit the twin towers of New York C…