Now that January is over with and we finally have deep, beautiful snow in the Mount Washington Valley we can dust off our snowshoes, don our scarves, mittens and favorite warm winter hat and head into the woods. The paths are beckoning and there are snowshoe hikes out there for any ability.
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- House bill would legalize hallucinogenic mushrooms
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- 5 House members test positive for COVID after session
- Eagles are rolling; top Brady and Plymouth easily
- Subcommittee: 50 seniors can attend Kennett games
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