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Sunday Magazine

Mount Washington: 50 years as the state’s most unusual (and chilly) state park

It may not hold the land wind-speed record anymore, and its claim to having the “worst weather in the world” raises eyebrows in Siberia, but … Full story    

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Tai chi is latest passion of well-known Winona man

WINONA, Minn. – Brice Wilkinson lives the life of an “impeccable warrior.” Most know the 80-year-old Wilkinson, with his snow-white beard and purple bandanna seemingly … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Mount Washington: 50 years as the state’s most unusual (and chilly) state park

It may not hold the land wind-speed record anymore, and its claim to having the “worst weather in the world” raises eyebrows in Siberia, but … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Nashua School District launches Air Force JROTC program

Nashua started its own Air Force Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program this fall, becoming the fifth campus in New Hampshire to host the program. … Full story    
Published:  October 12, 2014

EDITOR’S NOTE: Helping Hands is a weekly feature that provides information about the needs of local nonprofit agencies. Animal Rescue Network of New England P.O. … Full story    
Published:  October 5, 2014

All aboard! Downeaster offers daily trips between Boston and Brunswick, Maine

DURHAM – When I was about 8, my parents put me on a train in New Jersey bound for a small town in the Catskills … Full story    
Published:  October 5, 2014

Let’s stop using ‘overdose’ to refer to Spice

We should be very clear: There is no correct dosage for Spice. Thus, I am purposely not using the word “overdose.” So describing what happened … Full story    
Published:  September 28, 2014

Amherst woman second in age group at world triathlon

W hen she was 23 years old, Karin Biskovich spent a hefty portion of her available cash on a $900 Lemond road bike, drove alone … Full story    
Published:  September 21, 2014

Hollis chef shares fall cooking tips, tricks

You’re up to your eyeballs in late-summer tomatoes, zucchini and other vegetables. Now what? Fear not. There’s hope beyond what may be the usual slice-and-serve … Full story    
Published:  September 14, 2014

The state flower - purple lilac - is a dream for photographers

The purple lilac has been New Hampshire’s state flower for almost a century, since official designation in 1919, even though it’s not a native plant: … Full story    
Published:  September 7, 2014

Phoenix House Academy in Dublin helps teens beat addiction

Phoenix House Academy in Dublin is the only state-funded residential treatment center in New Hampshire for teens struggling with drug addiction. Other services in New … Full story    
Published:  August 31, 2014

Treatment services celebrate NH state health coverage milestone

Aug. 15 marked a historic day in the New Hampshire addiction services community. Thanks to the New Hampshire Health Protection Plan, insurance for the most … Full story    
Published:  August 31, 2014

6 New England governors urge painkiller reversal

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — The six New England governors are urging the U.S. Health and Human Services secretary to reverse the Food and Drug Administration’s … Full story    
Published:  August 31, 2014

Cross-country bicycle trip an education for young Nashua woman

Nashua resident Rachel Picard was pedaling with six other young women down a long, lonesome road somewhere in rural Nebraska last month when one of … Full story    
Published:  August 24, 2014

Pilot offers ash-scattering services across New England

When Bill Dino’s mother passed away last year, he knew he had to respect her last wish by having her ashes scattered by air. Dino, … Full story    
Published:  August 17, 2014