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Jeffrey Clay is arrested after sparring with selectmen at board meeting By MICHAEL KITCH, LACONIA DAILY SUN ALTON — Once again, a resident and selectmen butted heads at a meeting, resulting in the arrest of Jeffrey Clay. When the Board of Selectmen met on Wednesday evening, Clay was removed by police and arrested after allegedly refusing to comply with the chairman's request to confine his remarks to items posted on the agenda and resisting the efforts of police... Read more


Our state has greatly benefited from partnerning with the EP…

To The Daily Sun, As promised in a recent letter, I am addressing how New Hampshire has benefited from EPA actions. Although it was passed into law before the EPA was proposed, the Clean Water Act of 1965 had a great effect in New Hampshire. When I arrived in New Hampshire in 1969 I was surprised by how compromised the rivers were. A year or so later, the EPA took steps to effect some changes. The Winnipesauke... Read more

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ACE Academies offer kids a chance to fly in summer camps

ACE Academies offer kids a chance to fly in summer camps

LACONIA — Dan Caron, the education director of the highly successful summertime day camps of WinnAero, the ACE Academies, is preparing for the upcoming summer. The ACE Academies are the STEM-oriented summer camps for youth interested in aviation and aerospace applications. The camps are run as part of the nonprofit WinnAero’s mission to support and teach science, technology, engineering and math to youth. “Our camps are taught by New Hampshire certified teachers as well as... Read more

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Bonnie E. Tilton, 65

Bonnie E. Tilton, 65

MOULTONBOROUGH — Bonnie Evelyn Tilton, 65, of Sheridan Road, died Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017, at Wolfeboro Bay Center in Wolfeboro. Born Aug. 4, 1951, in Portland, Maine, daughter of the late Harold and Irma (Mcallister) Tilton, she lived all of her life in Moultonborough. She was a graduate of Kingswood Regional High School and attended both Plymouth State College and Belknap College. Bonnie worked with her husband running Musky's Auto Body Shop for many years in Wolfeboro... Read more

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Calendar of Events

2-26-17 Calendar

Live Music - Daniel Perkins and PSU Chamber Singers, Taylor Community, Woodside Building, 435 Union Ave., Laconia, 3 p.m. Program of Korean folk songs, Brahms and Lennon and McCartney, among others. For details call 603-366-1400. Live Music - Victor Wooten Trio, Flying Monkey Movie House & Performance Center, 39 Main St., Plymouth, 6:30 to 9 p.m.       Public Skating, Merrill Fay Arena, 468 Province Road, Laconia, noon to 1:30 p.m. For details call 603-528-0789.   Read more

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Michael Barone - Partisan lines are holding

Amid the turmoil of the first month of the Trump administration, with courts blocking his temporary travel ban and his national security adviser resigning after 24 days, the solid partisan divisions in the electorate — modestly changed in 2016 from what they'd been over the previous two decades — remain in place. That's apparent in roll call votes in Congress. Republicans have almost unanimously supported administration policies and appointments (except for withdrawn Labor nominee Andy Puzder)... Read more

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