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CONWAY — Anyone interested in trying out to play baseball during the 2021 season must register at the MWV Cal Ripken website (sportssignup.com/) by this Monday, April 12.

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CONWAY — Baseball is returning to Tasker Field. Thanks to a team effort between members of American Legion Post 46, located on Tasker Road in Conway, and the Home Run Bulldogs, a new field of dreams is beginning to take shape.

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JACKSON — The Mount Washington Valley was well represented at the 2021 Biathlon National Championships in West Yellowstone, Montana from March 25-28. Grace and Theo Castonguay along with Eli Walker competed in the championships, while Lynne and Ted Castonguay, coaches of Thorne Mtn. Nordic a…

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CONCORD — The 2020 New Hampshire Wildlife Harvest Summary is now available. The publication presents final data on the 2020 New Hampshire hunting seasons as summarized by the state Fish and Game Department’s wildlife biologists. This annual publication provides a complete analysis of hunting…

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CONWAY — The local youth hockey season came to a close as the Mt. Washington Valley Youth Hockey Association hosted its inaugural Lumpa Brett St. Patrick's Day Tournament at Ham Arena. The tournament is named in memory of William "Lumpa" Brett, who grew up in Conway, was a gifted hockey play…

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JACKSON — Two former Kennett High cross-country skiing standouts are coming home and they’re bringing their teams with them as the 2021 NCAA Skiing Championships will be held Jackson Ski Touring Center and Mittersill at Cannon Mountain Thursday through Sunday.

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Following a grueling four games against tough competition over three days while on the road, the Mt. Washington Valley Youth Hockey Association 14U hockey team captured the Granite State League Division 3 State Championship at West Side Arena in Manchester this past Sunday.

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PINKHAM NOTCH — With mild temperatures and partly sunny skies, this year's Ski, Shoe and Fatbike to the Clouds on Sunday, Feb. 28 was a highlight for many racers who have been shuttered by COVID-19 pandemic cancellations.

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PINKHAM NOTCH — After canceling in 2020, the historic 60th Northeast Delta Dental Mount Washington Road Race is planning for a weekend of racing. As COVID-19 continues to persist, the Mt. Washington Auto Road is preparing for the worst while hoping for the best.

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CONCORD — New Hampshire’s 2021 moose hunt lottery opened. Enter today for your chance at the adventure of a lifetime — hunting moose in the rugged woods of the Granite State. The lottery entrance fee is $15 for Granite State residents and $25 for nonresidents.