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BRIDGTON, Maine — Bridgton Highlands Golf and Tennis hosted its final tennis tournament of the 2019 season last weekend, Sept. 14-15. The annual Harvest Hills Mixed Doubles Tennis Tournament fundraiser event had a full field of 18 teams, which included a total of 36 players.

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CONCORD — The hunting season for ruffed grouse — New Hampshire’s most sought-after upland game bird — starts Oct. 1 and runs through Dec. 31. Woodcock season also opens Oct. 1 and concludes Nov.14. Karen Bordeau, the state Fish and Game Department’s Small Game Project Leader, notes that bett…

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BARTLETT — Five members of the Agiochook Swim Team competed in the 54th annual Milford Rotary Invitational Swim Meet in Milford on Sunday July 14. This meet is the longest running continuously operated Rotary club swim meet in the world.

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CONCORD — Sunday, Sept. 1, was the beginning of fall hunting seasons in the Granite State, with the opening of black bear season. Here are some tips from state Fish and Game to help hunters, hikers and all outdoor enthusiasts have a safe and enjoyable fall:

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CONWAY — The Conway Parks and Recreation Department will host a special community celebration this Tuesday to highlight the opening of the rec department’s new home within the walls of Kennett High School.

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CONWAY — Registration is now open for the Conway Parks and Recreation Department's fall programs. These include bowling, soccer, field hockey, flag football, pond hockey, and, new this year, biddy soccer.

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FRYEBURG — Even if you don’t know how to golf, you might want to enter the 28th annual Fryeburg Rec Golf Tournament just to be eligible for this year’s raffle prizes, which total more than $6,000 and include everything from gift certificates to local restaurants to an actual 12 gauge shotgun.

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CONWAY — It’s Labor Day Weekend, which means that it’s one week and counting until this year Mud Bowl, the Championships of Mud Football, which splashes off at North Conway’s Hog Coliseum behind the North Conway Community Center Friday through Sunday, Sept. 6-8.

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FRANCONIA — The 10th annual Anthem Sunrise Ascent on Mount Washington held on Aug. 4 saw 13 athletes with various disabilities reach the summit of Mount Washington and raised more than $100,000 to support year-round opportunities for sports, recreation, and wellness for people with disabilit…