Local News

Sununu rides ATV trails at Jericho State Park

Sununu rides ATV trails at Jericho State Park

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu gives a big thumbs up while spending time riding the trails at Jericho State Park with his family Monday morning. (COURTESY PHOTO) Read more

Opinion

John Gralenski: Old age and electronic rejection

To the editor: As people age, they are subject to a whole slew of ailments. Arthritis, memory loss, baldness, and so on. There's another that doesn't get much publicity. I'm suffering from that right now. It's called Electronic Rejection—my computer doesn't like me. Oh, it does a lot of what I ask, but it's a scam to make me feel like I've gotten the upper hand. As soon as there's a chance to trip me up... Read more

Sports

Race to the top of the Rockpile — 45th annual Mt. Washington…

By Donna Marie Dolan GORHAM — This Saturday, Aug. 19, approximately 600 cyclists will compete in various categories of the 45th Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb. The Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb, according to The VeloNews is the “ride of a lifetime.” Known as the toughest hill climb in the world, this 7.6-mile uphill race to the summit of the highest peak in the northeastern United States is the biggest annual fundraiser for the Tin... Read more

 

Business

Jason Robie: Stack it, Stow it, Store it

While living in Ogunquit, Maine, for a summer, I occupied one of the smaller residences I’ve ever lived in. Were it not for the second floor where the bedroom was, it would have been smaller than my cabin in Lincoln of 300 square feet! One of the more impressive parts about this place, besides being walking distance to Marginal Way, was the creative and effective use of every nook and cranny for storage. I later... Read more

Obituaries

Elmer H. York

Elmer H. York, 95, of Milan, passed away on Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017, at his home. He was born in Milan on May 23, 1922, the son of Edwin and Dora (Wheeler) York, and was a lifelong resident of the area. He wintered in Florida for many years and enjoyed his summers at his home at Cedar Pond in Milan. He was a U.S. Army veteran and had been employed as a paper maker at the... Read more