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NLRA watershed stewards volunteer with Circle Program

BRISTOL — Anyone who has read the Newfound Lake Region Association’s watershed steward journals may already be familiar with the work of th… Read more

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A generous cow and a mooching calf

Last week, two more calves were born -- late in the year for Miles Smith Farm. We like our calves born in April or May, so how did we end u… Read more

Adult fall hiking program Sept. 22

 GILFORD — The Gilford Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring fall hikes for adults on Tuesdays this fall. The next scheduled hike w… Read more

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From the Farm: Poison is Yummier than Antidote

Sparkle the Pig came trotting into the barnyard at about 1 p.m. Sparkle and her grandmother, Charlotte, share a pasture about 800 feet down… Read more

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It's mushroom season

Mushroom season has arrived. Mid-summer through fall is peak mushroom time in New Hampshire and they always add a nice touch of color and t… Read more

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8th Annual Squam Ridge Race goes virtual

HOLDERNESS — The Squam Lakes Association is hosting a virtual 8th annual Squam Ridge Race this year. Runners and hikers can choose to parti… Read more

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2nd annual Camp Resilience Ride this weekend

GILFORD — The Patriot Resilient Leader Institute invites the community to join them for a cruise around the Lakes Region for the 2nd annual… Read more

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The continuing adventures of Blain, the bull

Not Your Ordinary Cattle Drive Read more

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Sunapee Mountain and the Andrew Brook Trail

This is my last outdoor column for the Laconia Daily Sun. Nancy and I, along with my aging hiking companion Reuben, will be moving to Newpo… Read more

Bristol invites scarecrow contest entries

BRISTOL — This fall, the community is invited to create and display scarecrows 4-6 feet tall on solid frames in the town square. Read more

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