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CONCORD — Do you know an individual or an organization that has made a difference to New Hampshire’s wildlife, fisheries or open land? If so, honor them with a nomination for a New Hampshire Fish and Game Commission Award of Excellence. Nominations are due by Friday, Dec. 31.

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CONWAY — Thirty-three former Eagles suited up and took the on Saturday for the annual Kennett Alumni Hockey Tournament at the Ham Ice Arena. It was a trip down memory lane for players and spectators alike, who saw plenty of non-stop action.

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CONCORD — If you are an outdoor enthusiast, or have one on your shopping list, join us for Shop WILD Saturday, the state Fish and Game Department’s  holiday shopping experience.

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SURPRISE, Ariz. — Jackson residents Bridget Herlihy and John Tanzman along with Conway resident Duncan Yarworth competed in the USTA 9.0 Mixed Doubles Championships in Surprise, Arizona, Nov. 6-7. The Hampshire Hills team — based out of Milford — had won its local league last spring and then…

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CONWAY — The annual Conway Parks & Recreation Department’s Turkey Trot will look a lot last year’s but still promises to bring the same fun amid of the COVID-19 pandemic. The race will take place this Friday, Nov. 19 at the Conway Rec Field behind Conway Elementary School.

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JACKSON — The third annual Blackout 5K/10K, hosted by Run The Whites, at Black Mountain in Jackson on Saturday, attracted a record field that enjoyed the above-average weather temperatures for a fun night race. There were 143 runners (77 in the 10K and 66 in the 5K) this year.

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CONWAY — “I’m not going to lie, it was tough,” said Maggie LaRoche, who completed her first marathon — the 50th running of the New York City Marathon — last Sunday, running to honor the memory of her late sister Lauren Brooke Tresp and to bring awareness to substance abuse and mental illness.

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CONWAY — An Eagle will be on a mission on Sunday. Maggie LaRoche, a 2014 Kennett High graduate, will run her first marathon when she toes the starting line of the 50th New York City Marathon on Sunday morning. She plans to run the race in memory of her late sister — Lauren Brooke Tresp — and…

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CONWAY — The Conway Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce a full return of senior/adult programs this fall at the Conway Rec. For more information or to register, please go to conwayrec.com or contact director of senior activities Todd Gallagher at (603) 901-1139.

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CONCORD — Over 20,000 muzzleloader hunters are expected to take to New Hampshire’s woodlands during the upcoming muzzleloader deer season, which runs from this Saturday, Oct. 30 to Nov. 9.

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CONWAY — Despite a nasty fall, 84-year-old North Conway powerlifter Ted Sares recovered to win a first place trophy in the “September to Remember” meet in Boston on Sept. 25.

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CONCORD — New Hampshire’s hunting season for pheasants got underway on Friday, Oct. 1 and continues through Dec. 31. This fall 11,475 adult ring-necked pheasants will be stocked in all 10 counties with an average of 140 pheasants per site.