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Richard Ostromecki of Coquina Lane at Paugus Woods Villa off from White Oaks Road in Laconia stands next to a rock he and his wife, Denise Barry, discovered while doing some landscaping work at their home. Ostromecki used his artistic skills from a career of custom work on motorcycles to paint an eye on the head portion of the rock to highlight the unique formation and added several rocks behind it on the ground to make it appear as though the the dinosaur-like creature has a  segmented tail. (Roger Amsden/for the Laconia Daily Sun)

Man charged after firing gun through floor

NORTH HAVERHILL — A Plymouth man who fired a handgun inside an occupied apartment building has been charged with reckless conduct.

Lee R. Fletcher, 29, of 166 Texas Hill Road, was indicted by a Grafton County grand jury when they met on Oct 21.

He is accused of firing a 9 mm into the floor of his bedroom, allowing a bullet to pass through the ceiling into the room below, occupied by a 13-year-old. The charge is a Class B felony, potentially punishable by a maximum sentence of 3.5 to 7 years in prison, upon conviction.

— Bea Lewis

Pink rainbow

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A brilliant, and long-lasting, full 180 degrees, double rainbow, as seen here over the Winnipesaukee river in downtown Laconia, treated early risers Saturday morning, while a fire-orange sunrise erupted on the opposing horizon. The phenomenon was seen far and wide in New Hampshire. (Courtesy John Moriarty)

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This shot of the rainbow was taken at 7 a.m. Saturday by Joshua Ruggles at Windermere Heights in Laconia. (Courtesy photo)